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!

Enjoy!

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

  1. Nosferatu and Vampyr stand alone among vampire films being examples of cinema art as well as superb entertainments directed by two of the best; Murnau and Dreyer. I don’t know if it was Halloween 1971 or 72, but I was living in San Francisco and went to Interplayers, the famed film revival house to see Nosferatu, Vampyr and Freaks on a triple bill. It ended at about one o’clock in the morning and I had to walk up Russian Hill and down to reach my apartment off Geary Street. That was one long, nervous walk.

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