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CastAlexander Granach, Gustav von Wangenheim, Max Schreck, Greta Schröder, John Gottowt
DirectorFriedrich Wilhelm (F.W.) Murnau
Genre:  Classics, Drama, Foreign, Horror
Release Date:  March 4, 1922
MPAA Rating:  Unrated
Screen WriterHenrik Galeen
Runtime:  94 minutes
Studio:  Prana-Film, Image Entertainment, Kino International, Kino On Video
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review by . October 19, 2011
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**** out of ****     The 1922 Gothic masterpiece of horror "Nosferatu" is a production of sweeping beauty and spectacle, lively performances and intense atmospheric touches, and pure directorial brilliance. It is fantastically well-crafted; a creepy, ominous horror movie; it feels real and authentic just about every moment when it wants to be. As a vampire film - and I'm sure you knew that it was one - it was influential to the many films that followed; many which attempted to …
review by . May 17, 2009
Nosferatu is one of the first vampire movies ever made. It also was an unofficial adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Stoker's widow sued the film-makers and won a huge settlement and the court ordered the film to be destroyed. But this film has survived that ordeal and the test of time to become one of the greatest horror films. Unlike the novel Dracula, this movie his highly entertaining and not sleep inducing. Max Schreck makes a scary vampire and F.W. Murnau has created an utter masterpiece. …
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