Nosferatu (1922)

 Rated E for everyone, although your kids probably don’t want to listen to us gab about a 95-year-old silent vampire movie anyway.


The 53rd Next 100 Project podcast finds us delving into vampire action of the silent-movie kind. Max Schreck remains one of the creepiest blood-suckers in cinema history and he, and the overall atmosphere, are clearly the best things in the flick. F.W. Murnau directed a few classics, but this is his classic-est. Stay awake with some Sparkplug Coffee as you digest our bloody thoughts!


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Rotten Tomatoes reviews

Bram Stoker’s Dracula novel

AFI’s Top 100 Lists

1922 in film

Links to: The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari and Sunrise and Frankenstein (1931) and Dracula (1931) and Nosferatu The Vampyre 1979 and Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) and Shadow Of The Vampire

YouTube links: Orlok comes a-callin’ and the creepy rise from the coffin and the shadow of the vampire and the death of the vampire and the entire movie on YouTube

Previously on the Next 100 Project: Terms Of Endearment

March 13th on the Next 100 Project: Raising Arizona