With the vamp-tastic ''30 Days of Night'' opening in theaters today, we look back at our favorite bloodsuckers of the big and small screens, from Nosferatu to Angel to Selene By Marc Bernardin| Oct 19, 2007 SELENE (Kate Beckinsale) Underworld (2003) and Underworld: Evolution (2006) For centuries, Selene has been pouring herself into skin-tight outfits to do battle with the Lycans fancy slang for werewolves. Of course, she was bound to fall in love with one. FAVORITE PREY: Werewolves, duh. SANTANICO PANDEMONIUM (Salma Hayek) From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) Jaws went slack when Hayek made her grand entrance, in a teensy bikini with a massive snake around her neck. What began as the sexiest burlesque in horror history turned bloody, as Hayek and her brood of south-of-the-border bloodsuckers chowed on a bar full of road-weary travelers. FAVORITE PREY: Horny truckers BLACULA (William Marshall) Blacula (1972) In this blaxploitation hybrid, an African prince who was bitten by Dracula (naturally) way, way back in the day, is resurrected in L.A. Aside from some awkward facial hair, Marshall's pretty imposing as ''the black avenger.'' FAVORITE PREY: The Man. And groovy chicks. DAVID (Kiefer Sutherland) The Lost Boys (1987) As the leader of a roving pack of motorcycle vampires, the totally rad David would've had his way with the teenagers of Santa Clara if it wasn't for those meddling kids (Jason Patric and the Coreys). FAVORITE PREY: The young and the restless COUNT VON COUNT (Jerry Nelson) Sesame Street Vampires have never been as soft and cuddly literally as this numerically obsessed Muppet. FAVORITE PREY: Numbers!