A week or so ago we told you that the 1922 F.W. Murnau classic Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror was seeing a Blu-ray release in the UK. Immediately afterwards we began to wonder... okay well, where's our North American release. Well, it's right here!
Released in 1922, F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror holds the distinction of being the very first screen adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula. A silent film that still holds the power today to terrify and fascinate.
To celebrate the centennial of Bram Stoker's death, Le Cinéclub: The Film Society of Montreal has an amazing screening of F.W. Murnau's classic film Nosferatu scheduled for this Friday, October 5. And that's just the beginning. Read on for the details.
We live in a world where movie poster artwork has boiled down to either people standing around or floating heads. Stephen Romano and The Dude Designs have been steadily churning out high quality eye candy, but now we have another name to add to that list... artist Adam Rabalais.
San Diego Comic-Con 2012: Take a Sneak Peek at Steam Crow's SDCC Exclusive 90th Anniversary Nosferatu Print
Can you believe Nosferatu is turning 90?! He doesn't look a day over…well, yeah, he kinda does. Anyway, the good people at Steam Crow have given us an early look at their exclusive Nosferatu anniversary print, available only at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con!
New Jersey isn't just about orange people with dangerously sharp hair and cleavage you can't escape; it's also about VAMPIRES - the kind that rip your head off with teeth or sharp nails. And an ambitious theatre troupe is proving its love for the fanged with a live performance of Nosferatu.
Welcome to the first Top 10 list of 2012! In celebration of the off-kilter weirdness that is the upcoming release of the anthology film The Theater Bizarre, we bring you a list of other movies that stand out from the crowd. We at Dread Central proudly give you, in chronological order, 10 of the most groundbreaking horror films of all time. Enjoy...
For many fans, independent horror filmmaking seems like a relatively new concept. So you may be surprised to find out the maverick spirit that fuels our beloved genre has been burning for almost 100 years now, since the 1912 version of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde was produced by the independently-run production house Thanhouser Company.
From the plethora of home video releases we got last week, June 22nd sees a much smaller batch -- only seven titles in all -- and undoubtedly the pick of the week is Shout! Factory's stellar re-packaging of Death Race 2000.