the thing i remember most about the Oldman/Coppola version is the scene where Dracula licks the razor that the protagonist cut himself with. yikes! the prologue was pretty cool, too.
still haven't seem the Murnau/Schreck. Herzog/Kinski obviously modelled Kinski's 'look' on Schreck, and Herzog was aiming at a 'remake' of Murnau's. well, one day...
Blade was cool. one of a new generation of vampire movies, in which the vampires seem pretty happy to be vampires, and have their little underground scene going. of course, Blade didn't want any part of that. i think the vampire mythos loses some of its depth and resonance without the self-hatred element. Blade has this though, he hates the latent vampire within him.
have never made it all the way through Interview with the Vampire. somehow i always get bored and switch off after about 30 mins. maybe it gets better after that, i dunno. i have a copy around here somewhere.
haven't made it all the way through The Hunger either, for different reasons. Something about Bowie's vampire just creeps me out totally. If i see acopy around though, i'll pick it up and try again.