Different vampire teeth for different movies

Different vampire teeth for different movies/shows.
I’ve gathered the most popular vampire movies and all the different fangs styles. Why? Why not?
You will not find neither the Twilight saga nor the Vampire Diaries, teenage hormones-free zone.

Anyway if you want fangs like those of your favorite vampire, Dnash can help you: http://teethbydnash.com

Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles

(1994)  directed by Neil Jordan

The “Normal” style is featured predominantly in the film as shows just a “glimpse” of fang when having a conversation, while the “Attack” style is featured during feeding scenes.

Normal

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Attack

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Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

(1922) directed by F. W. Murnau, starring Max Schreck as the vampire Count Orlok.

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Near Dark

(1987) Directed by Katheryn Bigelow

Normal Teeth

Fright Night

(1985) directed by Tom Holland

From Dusk Til Dawn

(1996) directed by Robert Rodriguez

30 Days of Night

(2007) directed by David Slade

Bram Stoker’s Dracula

(1992) directed by Francis Ford Coppola

Horror of Dracula

(1958) directed by Terence Fisher

Dracula (1931)

Directed by Tod Browning and starring Bela Lugosi

No fangs but piercing eyes

BLADE

(1998) directed by Stephen Norrington

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Underworld

(2003) directed by Len Wiseman

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Daybreakers

(2009) directed by  Michael and Peter Spierig

Thirst

(2009) directed by Park Chan-wook

Cronos

(1993) directed by Guillermo del Toro

No fangs

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True Blood

(2008 – present) created and produced by Alan Ball

Supernatural

(2005 – present) created by Eric Kripke

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

(1997 –  2003)  created by Joss Whedon

Lost Boys

(1987) directed by Joel Schumacher

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Salem’s Lot

(1979) directed by Tobe Hooper

Let the Right One In

(2008) directed by Tomas Alfredson

Normal Teeth (or at least not visible  😉 )

And remember to Smile!

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2 Responses to Different vampire teeth for different movies

  1. Nice PosT.. Awsome blog.

  2. Chiara says:

    Thank you! I’m flattered that you like it.

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