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It's off to the silent era waaaaaaaaay back near the beginning of cinema itself for this pairing of 1920s horror films! Jeff, Buddy, and Chad review the vampire movie that started it all, 1922's "Nosferatu." Directed by the great F. W. Murnau, based on Bram Stoker's novel "Dracula" (which got them into a lot of hot water), and starring the great German character actor Max Schreck as "Count Orlok," (Count Dracula) this movie brought horror and German Expressionism together to create magic and history! Co-starring Gustav von Wangenheim as "Hutter" (Jonathan Harker), Greta Schroeder as "Ellen" (Mina), and Alexander Granach as "Knock" (Renfield), the film still holds thrills and chills even today! View the "Transit Film/Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau Stiftung" version if at all possible, to see the tinting and hear the original score!


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