Two of the sexiest and strangest people on the planet, Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton were born to play vampires. So naturally, they're perfect as Adam and Eve, the undead protagonists of Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive. Brooding, mysterious, and artistically inclined, this vampire couple has spent the last several centuries making music, reading books, and hobnobbing with the most creative minds in history.
But their erudite existence is threatened after the death of Adam's familiar (Anton Yelchin) and the arrival of some nosy music groupies. The two take off for Tangier, but that poses a bit of a problem. Unlike, say, Count Dracula, Adam and Eve don't drink blood straight from human victims. Fearing they might get sick after slurping down a bad batch, they instead buy their supply from hospitals and blood dealers.
However, when they arrive in Morocco, the duo quickly runs out of clean blood. Unable to find a new supplier, they begin wasting away until they spot a couple making out. Even though biting necks is so 15th century, the desperate creatures approach the young lovers, and right before the screen cuts to black, we see Adam and Eve with their fangs exposed, ready to feast.