1. Miriam (Catherine Deneuve), "The Hunger"

Tony Scott's 1983 ode to the sexiness of vampirism, lesbianism and gauzy curtains blowing gently in the wind was one of the first serious films to bring the connection between lust and supernatural bloodlust front and center. And in the course of it, the luminous French star of Belle du Jour and Repulsion accomplishes a feat unparalleled in its hotness, bedding both David Bowie and Susan Sarandon.