Everyone has an opinion when it comes to vampire movies. No, really. Everyone.
You answered: Classic 1922 German horror film "Nosferatu" and 1987's "Lost Boys," which added the expression "vamp out" to the vampire lexicon. "Interview With The Vampire," "Underworld" and the soon-to-be-remade Swedish film "Let The Right One In" also merited repeat mentions...
Lisa Schwartz: "Lost Boys." It looks a little hokey now, but I still love it! Posted Wednesday from South Elgin on Facebook.
Billie Jo Moffett (billiejo): Defiantly "Nosferatu" from 1922, the quintessential vampire flick. Posted Thursday from Belvidere on Twitter.
Chris Roberts (crober72): Gotta be "Lost Boys." Dated, yes, but still a classic. Posted Thursday from Bartlett on Twitter.
Gary Percy (Wishbone59): Gotta be "Nosferatu," hands down. Posted Thursday from Elgin on Twitter.
Sue Everson (goeverson): "Nosferatu," "Let The Right One In," "Interview With The Vampire," "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" TV series, "True Blood" -- all favs. Posted Saturday from Elgin on Twitter.
More of the favorite fanged films you submitted, after the jump...