6 Movies You Can Binge-Watch If You Like Night Teeth
‘Night Teeth,’ directed by Adam Randall, is a vampire horror film. Benny (Jorge Lendeborg Jr.) is a young university student who never believed he would pick up two vampire girls while covering for his brother as a driver in his wildest dreams.
But that’s what happens on a crazy night in Los Angeles, and he now has no choice but to drive them around the city killing all the powerful vampires in order to build a new hierarchy. If you like ‘Night Teeth,’ here is a list of additional titles to consider. The majority of these films related to ‘Night Teeth’ are available on Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime.
‘Blade,’ based on the namesake Marvel Comics character, is credited with kicking off the current superhero picture trend in Hollywood. Wesley Snipes, the titular character, is a human-vampire hybrid who possesses all of the vampire’s abilities but none of their flaws. He’s been dubbed “Daywalker” since he’s impenetrable to sunlight. Vampires have accumulated great power, riches, and influence in both ‘Night Teeth’ and ‘Blade,’ and control facilities where they drain their victims’ blood.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992)
There was a comedy horror picture with Kristy Swanson playing the eponymous role before there was the groundbreaking TV series about the blonde vampire slayer Buffy starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. The film’s script was written by Joss Whedon, who would later direct the first two ‘Avengers’ films. The TV series was created by Joss Whedon. Buffy Summers is a high school senior who is persuaded by a guy named Merrick that killing vampires is her destiny as a slayer. ‘Night Teeth’ and ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ are both set in Los Angeles and feature vampire hunters.
Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994)
The film ‘Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles’ is based on Anne Rice’s 1976 novel of the same name. Daniel Molloy (Christian Slater), a San Francisco-based reporter, has an interview with a mystery man named Louis de Pointe du Lac in the film (Brad Pitt). Louis claims to be a vampire with a lifespan of approximately 200 years.
A vampire named Lestat de Lioncourt (Tom Cruise) bit him and transformed him after his family died. Since then, Louis has grown to despise vampires’ bloodlust and innate nature. ‘Night Teeth’ and ‘Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles’ both go into great detail about the complicated relationship that exists between a vampire and their creator.
‘Twilight,’ based on Stephenie Meyer’s 2005 novel of the same name, follows a love triangle involving Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), vampire Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), and therianthrope or shapeshifter Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner). Bella meets Edward and the rest of the Cullen family after moving to Forks, Washington, to live with her father, and discovers that they are vampires who don’t take human blood. In ‘Twilight,’ as in ‘Night Teeth,’ romance plays a crucial role in the plot.
The Lost Boys (1987)
‘The Lost Boys’ is a classic horror film from the 1980s. In Santa Carla, California, Michael Emerson (Jason Patric) is a newcomer. He meets and befriends members of a teenage biker gang, notably David Powers, the mysterious boss (Kiefer Sutherland). It isn’t long until Michael discovers that David and the others are vampires, and that they are to blame for several people’s recent disappearances. Following David’s transformation of Michael into a vampire, Michael must work with his younger brother Sam and their friends to prevent his full change. ‘The Lost Boys,’ like ‘Night Teeth,’ handles the vampire subgenre with wit and style.
The story of an ancient conflict between vampires and Lycans is told in ‘Underworld,’ one of the most stylistically superior horror films of all time. Selene (Kate Beckinsale), a fearsome vampiric assassin, discovers that the Lycans are strangely interested in Michael Corvin, a typical medical student (Scott Speedman).
As she digs deeper into the case, she discovers that Lucian (Michael Sheen), the Lycans’ leader, is still alive, despite the vampires’ belief that he was dead. As a result, she uncovers a conspiracy and betrayal within her species’ ranks. Both ‘Night Teeth’ and ‘Underworld’ have plots that revolve around interspecies conflict, however in the former, it is between humans and vampires.