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Nosferatu With Live Music by The Invincible Czars Saturday Night at Webster University

16 October 2016 6:24 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

St. Louis-area movie geeks will have two opportunities this week to see the 1922 silent vampire classic Nosferatu accompanied by live music. The first is Thursday night, October 20th at Urban Chestnut Brewing Company’s Midtown Brewery & Biergarten (3229 Washington Ave, St. Louis 63103) with music by The Rats and People Motion Picture Orchestra (more details on that event Here). And then if you can’t get enough of Count Orlock and his little rat-faced antics, head over to Webster University’s Moore Auditorium (470 East Lockwood) at 7:30 Saturday night October 22nd for a screening accompanied by the Austin, Texas-based group The Invincible Czars.

The Invincible Czars

An unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Nosferatu is the quintessential silent vampire film. Rather than depicting Dracula as a shape-shifting monster or charming gentleman, director Murnau’s Graf Orlok (Max Schreck) is a nightmarish, spidery creature with a disfigured head and fierce looking claws. »

- Tom Stockman

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Nosferatu With Live Music by The Rats and People Motion Picture Orchestra October 20th at Urban Chestnut

13 October 2016 8:31 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

” Is this your wife? What a lovely throat!”

There’s nothing better than silent films accompanied by live music and I’d go as far as saying there’s nothing better than silent films accompanied by the Rats and People Motion Picture Orchestra. And I’ll go even farther by saying that there’s nothing better than the 1922 silent spooker Nosferatu accompanied by the Rats and People Motion Picture Orchestra which is an event that will be taking place Thursday night, October 20th at Urban Chestnut Brewing Company’s Midtown Brewery & Biergarten (3229 Washington Ave, St. Louis 63103). Doors open at 6pm and the movie unspools after dark!

Admission Is Free !!!

I’ve seen Nosferatu with live music before and have even shown a 25-minute cut of the film at my old monthly Super-8 Movie Madness show with live keyboard accompaniment  (by the talented Linda Gurney), but seeing the full-length version  near »

- Tom Stockman

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4 Atlanta Horror Film Fests to Attend for Halloween

5 October 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | | See recent Backstage news »

For many, October is a time for zombie flicks, slasher gore, and other horror films to help get in the mood for Halloween. With several film festivals and conventions catering to monsters and mayhem, Georgians have numerous options when it comes to finding obscure and independent scary movie selections. To help you dig up some scares, here’s a list of horror film festivals in and around Atlanta, a city known for zombies and other strange things. Monsterama (Oct. 7–9)The third annual Monsterama convention celebrates classic horror films with monster makeup panels, photo ops with actors, and 16-millimeter monster movie screenings. Films being shown over the course of the weekend include “Bram Stoker’s Dracula,” with live commentary by vampire author John Edgar Browning; “Nosferatu,” with a live score performed by Valentine Wolfe; and a Silver Scream SpookShow showing of “Starcrash” hosted by Professor Morté and the film’s star Caroline Munro. »

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San Sebastian: ‘Smoke & Mirrors,’ ’May God Save Us,’ ‘La Reconquista’ Make Competition Cut

28 July 2016 2:28 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Madrid — Two of Spain’s most anticipated titles of the year – Alberto Rodriguez’s true-life Spanish espionage expose “Smoke & Mirrors” and Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s serial-killer procedural “May God Save Us” – will world premiere in main competition at the 64th San Sebastian Festival.

Also competing at the highest-profile film event in the Spanish-speaking world: Romantic dramedy “La Reconquista,” a first big fest bow for Jonas Trueba, an engaging, audience-friendly arthouse auteur..

Starring Liam Neeson, Sigourney Weaver and Felicity Jones, Spaniard Juan Antonio Bayona’s “A Monster Calls” will celebrate its European premiere at San Sebastian, screening out of competition, as announced last week.

Presented Thursday in Madrid, the 11 Spanish features selected for this year’s San Sebastian invite several off-the-cuff conclusions. First, eight are world premieres: The large spread of fresh films from Spain remains one of San Sebastian’s biggest lures.

Again, Spanish producers used to think thrice before premiering »

- John Hopewell

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Therapy For A Vampire – Review

23 June 2016 11:59 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Summer just officially started just a few days ago, so Halloween is months away. Perhaps a great way to get us cooled off, to put us in a Fall state of mind, would be to pay a visit to one of the oldest horror movie icons: the vampire. Everyone’s aware of how scary those fanged fiends can be, but you may have forgotten how funny they are (intentionally, of course). Movie audiences have emitted nervous laughter ever since  Max Schreck emerged from the shadows in the silent classic Nosferatu. And certainly there are bits (and bites) of humor (mostly comic relief supporting players) in 1931’s Dracula and Mark Of The Vampire, both with Bela Lugosi. It wasn’t until 1948 that he was in an all out farce (though the Count is never lampooned) in Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein. After Hammer Studios brought back (in full gory color) the bloodsuckers ten years later, »

- Jim Batts

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Filming underway on Nosferatu remake, Doug Jones to star as Count Orlok

14 April 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Variety is reporting that production is underway on a new remake of the F.W. Murnau silent horror classic Nosferatu, which stars Doug Jones (Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy) as the infamous Count Orlok.

The Kickstarter-funded project is being directed by David Lee Fisher (The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari) and is described as a “remix” of the 1922 movie, which will feature a blend of live-action footage combined with colorized digital backgrounds recreated from the original film.

Joining Jones in the cast of Nosferatu: The Vampire Lives are Emrhys Cooper (Mamma Mia), Joely Fisher (Ellen) and Sarah Carter (Falling Skies).

This is not the only remake of Nosferatu on the horizon, with Jeff Robinov’s Studio 8 tapping The Witch director Robert Eggers to helm a version, although there’s no word yet as to when that project might move forward.


- Gary Collinson

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Doug Jones To Lead "Nosferatu" Remake

13 April 2016 7:55 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

He's played Abe Sapien in "Hellboy," the Pale Man in "Pan's Labyrinth," and the Silver Surfer in the "Fantastic Four" sequel. Now, Doug Jones is set to take on another iconic character.

Jones has scored the title role in "Nosferatu," David Lee Fisher's upcoming remake of F.W. Murnau's iconic 1922 silent German expressionist horror film - considered the first true vampire film ever made.

The original, unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker's "Dracula," follows a young woman's supernatural quest to save her true love's soul and the entire world from the shadow of infernal darkness.

The film will boast a mix of live-action elements combined with colorized digital backgrounds recreated from the original film. Emrhys Cooper, Joely Fisher, Sarah Carter and Jake Turner also star.

Source: Variety »

- Garth Franklin

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Life-Size Nosferatu Bust from Black Heart & Sideshow Collectibles

18 March 2016 3:46 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Max Schreck’s haunting portrayal of Count Orlok in Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror has provided nightmare fuel for nearly one century. To further immortalize Schreck’s performance and appearance in F.W. Murnau’s classic film, Black Heart has created a new life-size bust of Schreck’s legendary vampire.

Now available to pre-order from Sideshow Collectibles for $649.99, Black Heart’s Count Orlok life-size bust is expected to ship between May–June 2016. The collectible stands 21 inches tall, has a 12-inch width, and weighs in at 16 pounds.

Below, we have details and photos of the Nosferatu bust, and to learn more, visit:

From Sideshow Collectibles: “The first film based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel, Dracula is Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror. This German Expressionist silent-era horror film, directed by F.W. Murnau, stars Max Schreck as the vampire, Count Orlok.

The look of Schreck’s vampire frightened movie audiences. »

- Derek Anderson

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David Bowie's first movie was this grisly, X-rated short horror film

9 March 2016 2:32 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Before David Bowie became a massive international rock icon, he logged his first movie role in Michael Armstrong's The Image, an obscure, black-and-white short horror film that has just been officially released for the first time online by the Wall Street Journal. Directed by Michael Armstrong, who could go on to helm such cult horror movies as Mark of the Devil and House of the Long Shadows, the film stars then-unknown actor Michael Byrne as an artist whose painting of a young man seemingly comes to life. Bowie was just 20 years old when the film was released and is magnetic as the elegant ghoul who torments his creator. “It got an X-certificate. I think it was the first short that got an X-certificate. For its violence, which in itself was extraordinary,” Armstong told the Wall Street Journal, which was given permission to post the film in its entirety by the David Bowie Archive. »

- Chris Eggertsen

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'The Witch 2' Isn't Happening, Why Not?

2 March 2016 7:41 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Sorry, fans of The Witch. The director behind one of the most original horror movies in years is not interested in rehashing his thriller for a sequel. While most scary movies get a follow-up once they hit big with an audience, it doesn't sound like that is happening here. Despite The Witch becoming somewhat of a phenomenon.

Both critically acclaimed and a box office hit, The Witch has a rich mythology that could sustain a number of sequels. But writer and director Robert Eggers has no interest in going down that well-trod road. This tale of a tormented Puritan family and their goat Black Phillip has already grossed $16 million, which is a lot for a small indie like this. And The Witch 2 would surely be an even bigger hit as The Witch gains more of an audience on the home market and VOD. But there will not be a Witch »

- MovieWeb

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The Witch's Robert Eggers to write and direct Rasputin miniseries

23 February 2016 7:59 AM, PST | | See recent JoBlo news »

Although it was previously reported that The Witch's Robert Eggers is planning on doing a remake of F.W. Murnau's 1922 silent classic Nosferatu, his next feature film directorial effort will likely be a medieval knight epic titled The Knight. But according to Deadline, the filmmaker also has a small screen project in the works. The site has learned that Eggers has been tapped by Media Rights... Read More »

- Jesse Giroux

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"Witch" Director Plans "Rasputin" TV Series

23 February 2016 6:55 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Robert Eggers, the filmmaker behind this weekend's acclaimed horror smash "The Witch," has been set to pen and direct a 6-8 episode event series based on the life of Grigori Rasputin.

Media Rights Capital and Parts and Labor are producing the project which will explore the mad monk's rise to power as both advisor to the Russian Imperial family and personal physician to Tsar Nicholas II's young son along with his bloody death in St. Petersburg in 1916.

The project is separate from the film take in the works with Jason Hall ("American Sniper") penning and Leonardo DiCaprio attached to potentially play him. Eggers is also working on a visceral adaptation of F.W. Murnau's 1922 silent vampire classic "Nosferatu".

Various acclaimed actors like Christopher Lee, Gerard Depardieu, Tom Baker, and most famously Alan Rickman have portrayed Rasputin over the years - Rickman scoring an Emmy, a Golden Globe and a SAG award for his performance. »

- Garth Franklin

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