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Posted 23rd September 2010 at 05:19 PM by Bringer Of Funerals

I had never heard of this film but had seen the pictures of a bald headed man with pointed ears and long finger nails and was curious and I had began watching Killing Zoe and it was on that film as he was .... a woman.

I then asked my friend what it was called and he said Nosferatu and that it was silent which I didn't know about and I thought well its old so i'll never get to see it as there won't be a DVD out of it.

I then went to HMV and saw a copy of it at 60 mins (at the time I didn't know there was a longer 93 min version of it) so I bought it and watched it. I proper enjoyed it and when I saw a 2 disc 93 min version of the film. I bought it and thats the version I have now.

I've seen a Masters Of Cinema version of it and i've heard thats THE version to buy so i'm going to get it.
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    very good film, Werner Herzog remade it in 1979, it's also referenced in The Fast Show.
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    Posted 23rd September 2010 at 05:30 PM by pedromonkey pedromonkey is offline
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