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The greatest horror film of all! A long time ago in middle Europe, a decrepit, forbidding castle stood. Casting an ominous shadow over the townspeople who dare not look upon it, the unholy dwelling is home to one Count Orlok (Max Schreck), an undead night creature with a taste for human blood. Showcasing the extremely eerie Schreck, "Nosferatu" is the first screen adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic novel "Dracula," stylistically directed by the legendary F.W. Murnau. Now available in this gorgeous newly remastered and rescored by The Silent Orchestra in 5.1 audio.
Nosferatu, is a very interesting old film. This is another German horror film like the Golem and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Bwhami
Beautifully Re Mastered , I was engaged through out the entire movie . It amazed me that this picture created so many years ago could still capture the imagination .Published 19 days ago by James Martin
Awesome movie. Not that scary by today's standards, could only imagine how terrifying and frightening it must have been in it's time.Published 1 month ago by Jeff M
A mid-silent era masterpiece by F.W. Murnau, Nosferatu almost became a "lost" film. Its production company, Prana, was sued by Bram Stoker's estate. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John A. Lind
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Internet Archive dot org has several different downloadable versions.
May 21, 2009 by Nick Jones | See all 3 posts
|Same print as Eureka edition?||
Based on what I have read at the Criterion forums, the Kino release will be a copy of the UK Eureka MoC edition.
However, since Kino will do their usual poor PAL-to-NTSC conversion job (almost a given since the running times are the same), your money would be better spent on the UK disc if you... Read More
Oct 2, 2007 by Charles Phelps | See all 3 posts
|Which "Nosferatu" Has the Best Musical Score?||
I was not aware there wer so many versions, did I get the right one? Is there a difference between the 1922 film and the 1929 film? As long as it is the original and the score is the Silent Orchestra then that is the best.
May 26, 2011 by BTJ | See all 4 posts
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