Top 11 Most Vicious Vampires
Jan Valek - John Carpenter's Vampires
Not only is Valek a master vampire according to John Carpenter's Vampires, he's the first vampire and most likely the first stop at the bloodline of all current vamps. On top of that, he's 600 years old with a real hankering to walk in the daylight again. Another handy feature Valek has is a telepathic link he possesses with all the underling vampires he creates. That really comes in handy when it comes to peeking in on the actions of pesky mercenary vampire hunters hired by the Vatican to take him out. Valek's most impressive scene is the absolute decimation of a hotel room filled with partying vampire slayers. He proves he's not fucking around right off the bat by slicing one unfortunate partygoer in half with a bare, clawed hand. Jack Crow, you're going to have your hands full with this one.
Count Dracula/Vlad III The Impaler - Bram Stoker's Dracula
Upon learning that his wife, Elisabeta, had committed suicide upon getting untrue news about his own death, Vlad the Impaler throws a bit of a shit fit, destroys his church, renounces God, vows to return from the grave to avenge her with all the powers of darkness. After this he stabs a giant cross with his sword and drinks the blood that (surprisingly) flows from it. And this is just the intro. Gary Oldman's Count Dracula in Bram Stoker's Dracula is memorable for so many reasons. The many variations of the character come immediately to mind, the young Vlad (with the crazy muscle suit of armor), the aged Dracula, the bat, the wolf. But what might stand out the most is the rage and ferocity of Dracula in trying to keep his vow and to rejoin his beloved. And the words of Anthony Hopkins as Professor Abraham Van Helsing, as you'll see in the trailer below, ring perfectly true…"Make no mistake about it. He must be stopped."