In 1998, Vampires (aka John Carpenter’s Vampires) stalked its way onto cinema screens. The neo-Western horror movie – based on a novel by John Steakley – told the story of a master slayer and his efforts to rid the world of a powerful vampire.
Released to mixed reviews, Vampires was not quite a critical hit when it made its debut, but the film made enough money in ticket sales, and subsequent home video rentals, to ensure it made a profit. As such, the film was soon followed by a collection of sequels.
But how many Vampires movies are there and what is the correct viewing order? For all the details and more keep reading!
The Vampires movies in order
To date there are three entries in the Vampires movie series. The movies appear in the following order:
- Vampires (1998)
- Vampires: Los Muertos (2002)
- Vampires: The Turning (2005)
Are all of the Vampires movies part of the same series?
The Vampire movies are all part of the same series, but the films are only loosely connected.
Are the Vampires movies the work of the same director?
The Vampire movies are the work of multiple directors. John Carpenter directed Vampire, while Tommy Lee Wallace directed Vampires: Los Muertos, and Marty Weiss directed Vampire: The Turning.
Who are the cast of the Vampires movies?
Notable cast members in the Vampires movie series include James Woods, Daniel Baldwin, Sheryl Lee, Thomas Ian Griffith, Jon Bon Jovi, Cristián de la Fuente, Colin Egglesfield, and Meredith Monroe.
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