Horror on the Lens: Nosferatu (dir by F.W. Murnau)


Today’s Horror on the Lens is a classic film that really needs no introduction!  Released in 1922, the German silent film Nosferatu remains one of the greatest vampire films ever made.  It’s a film that we share every October and I’m happy to do so again this year!

(As well, since I’m going to be reviewing Dracula later today, it seems especially appropriate to start things off with Nosferatu.)

Enjoy!

2 responses to “Horror on the Lens: Nosferatu (dir by F.W. Murnau)

  1. Despite the fact that it’s almost 100 years old, Nosferatu is still the creepiest vampire film ever made, by far. And even the best efforts with modern CGI and makeup can’t match the nightmarish shadow of Nosferatu on a wall in the film.

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  2. Pingback: Horror Film Review: Targets (dir by Peter Bogdanovich) | Through the Shattered Lens

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