There have been endless variations of vampire movies since the beginning of cinema. One of my favorite interpretations is in a trio of Japanese classic films directed by Michio Yamamoto and co-written by Ei Qgawa. Known as Bloodthirsty or The Bloodthirsty Trio, they were filmed at Toho studios in the early 70s and offered an interesting East meets West take on the eternal bloodsucker.
The Vampire Doll or The Bloodthirsty Doll from 1970
Lake of Dracula or Bloodthirsty Eyes made in 1971
Evil of Dracula or The Bloodthirsty Rose from 1974