Nosferatu (1922) was a Silent Films - Horror Film directed by F.W. Murnau and produced by Albin Grau and Enrico Dieckmann.
LEGO Tribute to NOSFERATU (1922)By Jennifer Garlen on Oct 31, 2022 From Virtual Virago
Happy Halloween! This year I decided to celebrate spooky season with a LEGO tribute to one of the greatest horror movies ever made, Nosferatu (1922). Max Schreck created an iconic character as the creepy, plague carrying Count Orlok, the film's replacement for Count Dracula (because they couldn't ge... Read full article
Monsters and Matinees: The cinematic miracle of ‘Nosferatu’By Toni Ruberto on Apr 9, 2022 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
An overprotective widow looking out for her husband?s masterwork ? and her bank account. A disastrous miscalculation by filmmakers that brought down a fledgling studio. A legal order for the destruction of an artistic work. That should have been the end of F.W. Murnau?s 1922 silent vampire film N... Read full article
Silents are Golden: A Closer Look At ? Nosferatu (1922)By Lea Stans on Oct 15, 2020 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Silents are Golden: A Closer Look At ? Nosferatu (1922) Nosferatu ?one of the most iconic and influential horror films ever made. One of the finest examples of the genre known as German Expressionism. A masterpiece by one of early cinema?s most skilled directors. And, of course, a prime example o... Read full article
The timelessness of Nosferatu (1922)By Carol Martinheira on Oct 22, 2018 From The Old Hollywood Garden
The timelessness of Nosferatu (1922) On October 22, 2018October 22, 2018 By CarolIn Uncategorized Everything’s been said about Nosferatu (1922), but we can’t really let Classic Horror Month go without talking about it. An unnoficial adaptation of Bram Stoke... Read full article
Classics Revisited: NosferatuBy Barry P. on Sep 25, 2016 From Cinematic Catharsis
Nosferatu (aka: Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens) (1922) Directed by: F.W. Murnau; Written by Henrik Galeen; Based on the novel Dracula, by Bram Stoker; Starring: Max Schreck, Gustav v. Wangenheim, Greta Schr?der, Alexander Granach and John Gottowt Available on Blu-ray and DVD Rat... Read full article
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Gustav von Wangenheim was not director F.W. Murnau's first or even his second choice, but his third one.
Director F.W. Murnau found Max Schreck "strikingly ugly" in real life and decided the vampire makeup would suffice with just pointy ears and false teeth.
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