Although the critics in 1922 didn’t find the film to be anything special, a few years after it’s release it was called innovative and a landmark in cinema history. German director Murnau’s vampire film holds claim to one of the most, if not the most important German expressionist film and a foundation for horror films.
Released on the 1922-03-04
1883, Ashes, Bed, Bite, Blood, Blood thirst, Carriage, Castle, Coffin, Count, Dawn, Disease, Doctor, Dracula, Epidemic, Farewell, Fear, Fiancé, Fiancée, Good and Evil, Habor, House, Northern Germany, Old Town, Plague, Port City, Professor, Psychiatry, Rat, Realtor, Return, Ship, Sleepwalking, Small Town, Sunlight, Sunrise, Trance, Transsilvania, Travel, Vampire, Wisborg, Wolf
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