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1.

Max Schreck IS "Nosferatu"

10/10
Author: jhclues on 18 March 2001
2.

A Symphony of Horrors

10/10
Author: FilmDog-1 (harri.jmj@virgin.net) on 14 March 2002
3.

One of my two favorites

Author: Patsy-9 on 21 May 1999
4.

"Is that your wife? What a lovely throat!"

7/10
Author: Coventry on 18 March 2005
5.

My conception of the vampire made celluloid...

Author: keihan (keihan@usit.net) on 23 March 2000
6.

A Distinctive & Memorable Version of the 'Dracula' Legend

Author: Snow Leopard on 1 September 2004
7.

One of the great celebrations/critiques of cinema.

10/10
Author: Alice Liddel (-darragh@excite.com) on 22 March 2001
8.

superb silent Dracula

Author: didi-5 on 3 May 2004
9.

a truly original Vampire film- a tale of the Gothic legend in Murnau's masterpiece

10/10
Author: MisterWhiplash on 25 April 2000
10.

Good mixture of suspense and action

Author: gagewyn on 20 February 2000
11.

Still remains one of the most visually harrowing movies of all time

10/10
Author: Kristine (kristinedrama14@msn.com) on 16 November 2003
12.

Nothing Much, Just Another Pretty Face

4/10
Author: ccthemovieman-1 on 29 May 2006
13.

This Is Definitely Not Hollywood

10/10
Author: worldsofdarkblue on 12 May 2006
14.

clammy and creepy

9/10
Author: mcfloodhorse on 21 March 2006
15.

Erratic but good

7/10
Author: Jamie Moffat (jamie_moffat@hotmail.com) on 11 October 2000
16.

A chilly experience...Max Schreck makes a great vampire...

6/10
Author: Neil Doyle on 16 March 2009
17.

One of the best films ever made!

9/10
Author: Kenneth Eagle Spirit on 2 February 2007
18.

"What a lovely throat"

9/10
Author: Steffi_P on 6 November 2006
19.

Dracula masterpiece of the silent screen.

8/10
Author: Michael O'Keefe on 15 October 2001
20.

The mother of horror movies.

10/10
Author: Boba_Fett1138 on 12 March 2004
21.

uber Vampire, ultra Dracula, before the glamorizing of the legend!

7/10
Author: secondtake on 19 January 2011
22.

The grandfather of all great horror movies

9/10
Author: mrush on 7 May 2006
23.

Eeek! Vampires!

10/10
Author: Foux_du_Fafa on 8 July 2008
24.

Outstanding!

10/10
Author: rboylern on 2 November 2006
25.

The scariest horror film I have ever seen

10/10
Author: planktonrules on 23 July 2006
26.

It's Technically Brilliant But Something Just Wasn't Right

6/10
Author: sddavis63 (revsdd@gmail.com) on 26 June 2011
27.

Expected more. Much more.

7/10
Author: Diego_rjc on 24 January 2010
28.

Horror masterpiece which, after all these years, is even more enjoyable

9/10
Author: Marcin Kukuczka on 29 October 2006
29.

Land of the Phantoms

Author: wiseguydan on 30 July 2004
30.

The first Dracula ...

9/10
Author: rdoyle29 on 17 September 2000
31.

A very evocative and totally invaluable film.

10/10
Author: Tom Cottey on 20 October 2006
32.

One of my all-time favourite movies

10/10
Author: gothicgoblin1334 on 28 May 2006
33.

The original vampire film and most famous example of German Expressionism.

7/10
Author: c-blauvelt on 27 January 2006
34.

Nosferatu! That name alone can chill the blood!"

10/10
Author: classicsoncall on 10 December 2005
35.

inter-war German cinema

10/10
Author: Lee Eisenberg (lee.eisenberg.pdx@gmail.com) on 21 September 2005
36.

It will cost you sweat and tears, and perhaps a little blood.

6/10
Author: estebangonzalez10 on 8 May 2014
37.

Max Schreck saves Nosferatu

6/10
Author: Jack Higginbotham on 3 May 2014
38.

"I Want To Suck Your Blood!"

6/10
Author: Fuzzy Wuzzy on 26 April 2014
39.

A gem of early horror, but its setting can sometimes vary.

7/10
Author: Greekguy on 29 March 2013
40.

Max Schreck's Indelible Performance Highlights Film

9/10
Author: Tim Wagner on 5 March 2012
41.

Nos-fer-a-tu!

7/10
Author: Connor on 29 November 2011
42.

Certainly not Murneau's Best Film, but his most Daring

Author: (IMDBcinephile) on 8 November 2011
43.

Silent classic with the unforgettable rodent face Max Schrenk as the most horrifying of all screen vampires

8/10
Author: ma-cortes on 16 October 2011
44.

How to get plague off your teeth...

7/10
Author: Clark Richards on 30 May 2011
45.

"Why did you kill such pretty flowers?!"

7/10
Author: Lauh on 27 January 2011
46.

The film that brought one of German cinema's masters to international attention.

9/10
Author: G K on 6 July 2010
47.

A True Original.

7/10
Author: Robert J. Maxwell (rmax304823@yahoo.com) on 22 June 2010
48.

the grandmother of all horror films

8/10
Author: dromasca on 17 May 2010
49.

Sorry Ange - It's No Masterpiece

6/10
Author: Theo Robertson on 26 January 2010
50.

Horror

9/10
Author: JackBenjamin on 23 March 2009

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