Enjoyed Salem's Lot and Fright Night for tension; Daughters of Darkness, The Addiction, Blood-Spattered Bride and Martin for weirdness. Saw the Louis Jourdan Dracula once and thought was pretty good for a TV production. Has anyone seen the Jack Palance version? Can't imagine him as the Count...
All of Jack Palance's Dracula I've seen is the clip of him saying: "So, you play your wits against mine. Me, who commanded armies hundreds of years before you were born. Fools!" in a low dramatic voice - which was played in Buffy
season 2 episode "Lie to Me".
But a search just showed that the entire film is on Youtube
, so I might watch it one of these days.