I've gone through the original 'Dracula', and felt thankful that we've learnt how to finish stories better these days!
Anne Rice: I liked the idea 'Interview...' but the writing was pretty ropey. I listened to an audio book version of Queen of the Damned and it seemed to be an idea beyond the ability of the author (although in fairness the audio book medium might not have suited the text, although I've very, very rarely found this to be a problem). I don't think I'll worry about Ms. Rice in the future unless I'm really desperate!
Buffy and Angel: great fun, but those were years ago and I'm looking for new blood
Bloodrayne: I heard about this being awful, and there's a sequel too!
30 Days of Night: Well reminded, I've been meaning to watch that one. It got mixed reviews when it was in the cinema, but I'm intrigued.
Other things I've remembered:
Ultraviolet (the superb Channel 4 six episode series)
Ultraviolet (the incredibly pretty and very lightweight film with Milla 'I always play genetically enhanced kick-arse women' Jocovich - I loved it, most people think it's not got enough story)
Underworld 1 & 2 (great silly films, despite being hideously miscast to my tastes)
I never really set out to deliberately watch/read vampire things, it just seems to have happened so I figure I might as well go with it!