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This influential Dracula adaptation contains some of the most famous images of expressionist film, with a new score by Hammer composer James Bernard.
Horror 1922 89 mins
Director: F.W. Murnau
The ‘original’ Dracula film, this expressionist horror spawned many imitators and is seen as one of the greatest gothic movies despite falling foul of Stoker’s estate and being pulled out of distribution for three decades. Max Schreck’s terrifying Count Orlok, a fascinating cinematic ghoul, spreads fear and deadly plague wherever he goes. This restored print features a new score by Hammer composer James Bernard.
- F.W. Murnau
- Max Schreck
- Contains mild violence and horror
- German with English subtitles
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