20. Bauhaus, 'Bela Lugosi's Dead' in 'The Hunger' (1983)
There are so many vampire movies out there, but none of them has a beginning anywhere near as cool as this one. It starts in a New York goth club, where the children of the night groove to Bauhaus' "Bela Lugosi's Dead." Vampire power couple David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve move through the dance floor, looking for tasty-looking trollops to seduce into a night of four-way bat-sex. They pick up a couple of foxy black-leather goth punks and lure them back to the vampire pad. But that's where the fangs come out. Before you know it, these two club kids are a plasma cocktail. Undead, undead, undead.