That's right, our next vampire movie takes us all the way back to the silent era, when famed German director F.W. Murnau took on the Dracula legend and made it his own. The 1931 version of Dracula starred Bela Lugosi in an iconic performance of course, but this one was unauthorized, and because of that, certain names and words had to be changed (Count Dracula in this is "Count Orlok" instead, and nosferatu takes the place of the word vampire). But the story and events are the same, and Max Schreck portrays the title character as a monstrous creature, with fangs and long, curled fingers- it's one of many haunting images in this early example of what became known as expressionist cinema. It truly is the original horror film, and for that alone you can't miss it.
A scene from the film: