8. Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)
When someone with the caliber of Francis Ford Coppola decided to inform his version of the classic tale of Dracula then it’s natural to mention that expectations were sky high. And thankfully he didn’t disappoint and within the process made the #e-xiest film of his career. It’s hard to travel wrong with the topic matter of Dracula – there are ample opportunities to point out unbridled passion and therefore the premise itself is so dark and bloody that there’s enough natural drama to stay the audience engaged then in fact there’s #e-xual of Dracula and his bride (Monica Bellucci) and a touch of le#b!an romance between Winona Ryder and Sadie Frost. Well, what more does a movie got to qualify together of the #e-xiest horror films of all time?