Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) Poster


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Version of 

Drakula halála (1921)
based on the same novel
Nosferatu (1922)
based on the same novel
Dracula (1931)
based on the same novel
Drácula (1931)
based on the same novel
Horror of Dracula (1958)
based on the same novel
Dracula in Pakistan (1967)
based on the same novel
Hay que matar a Drácula (1968) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel
Mystery and Imagination: Dracula (1968) (TV Episode)
based on the same novel
Count Dracula (1970)
based on the same novel
Blacula (1972)
based on the same novel
Dracula (1972) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel
Bram Stoker's Dracula (1973) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel
Count Dracula (1977) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel
Dracula (1979)
based on the same novel
Broadway on Showtime: Passion of Dracula (1980) (TV Episode)
based on the same novel
Dracula (1980) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel
Dracula (1992)
based on the same novel
Dracula (2002) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel
Van Helsing (2004)
based on the same novel
Dracula (2006) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel
Dracula: The Musical (2010) (Video)
based on the same novel
Vampyre (2015) (Short)
based on the same novel

Remake of 

Nosferatu (1922)

Edited into 


The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)
The ending, where the old vampire is killed but the new vampire lives, and is seen riding off into new pastures on horseback - thus completing the circle of evil - occurs in both films. The director for Nosferatu admits on the commentary track that this was a deliberate homage
Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972)
Both Kinski films feature scenes that show human civilisation being overrun by animals (monkeys and rats respectively) to put across the idea of total disorder.

Referenced in 

The Making of 'Nosferatu' (1979) (Short)
This is the making-of documentary for this movie.
Fade to Black (1980)
there's a poster in his room
Burden of Dreams (1982)
Mentioned by title.
Demons (1985)
poster in the cinema
Crazy Moon (1987)
A poster for it can be seen at the Lux that Brooks and Anne are in.
Fear in the Dark (1991) (TV Movie)
Poster art for this is shown.
Dracula: A Cinematic Scrapbook (1991)
still shown, narrator discusses
New Nightmare (1994)
According to Robert Englund, the performance as Freddy was based off Klaus Kinski role as Count Orlok in the 1979 remake of Nosferatu.
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates: All Stitched Up (1997) (TV Episode)
Movie poster in Lenny Thornber's room
Please Kill Mr. Kinski (1999) (Short)
You Shouldn't Be Here (2002)
A poster of the film can be seen
Der Wixxer (2004)
Movie title referred to by Even Longer: Klaus Kinski stars in the film, a regular in several original German Edgar Wallace films
Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession (2004) (TV Movie)
Mentioned in a magazine.
Frostbitten (2006)
Vegas face alone in the shadows mimics a simular shot in Nosfertu.
Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner (2007) (Video)
Mentioned once.
Be Kind Rewind (2008)
DVD is shown.
The Nutcracker (2008) (Video)
Drosselmeyer resembles Nosferatu in this version.
Phantasie (2009) (Short)
Dialogue and character references
Sounds Ideal (2009) (Video)
mentioned by Mark Refoy
The Cinema Snob: Savage Vengeance (2009) (TV Episode)
Snob says that "Savage Vengeance" makes "Video Violence" looks like "Nosferatu".
M.K. II (2010) (Short)
homage to Werner Herzog and Drew is modled after Klaus Kinski in this film
A Night at the Movies: The Horrors of Stephen King (2011) (TV Movie)
still picture
Room 237 (2012)
Poster is shown.
The Trouble with Barry (2013)
A poster in the background.
Videoclub (2013)
Video case is shown.
Bullets, Fangs and Dinner at 8 (2015)
Primordial (2015)
A DVD is seen on Valerie's dresser
Half Past Midnight (2015) (Short)
The scene where The Man enters Annabel's room is reminiscent of Dracula in Lucy's room.

Featured in 

The South Bank Show: Werner Herzog (1982) (TV Episode)
Segments from this film are featured.
Die Nacht der Regisseure (1995)
Featured in the Werner Herzog segment.
Monster Mania (1997) (TV Movie)
Film clips included
My Best Fiend (1999)
Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (2010) (Video)
Robert Englund alludes to it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: New Nightmare (2011) (TV Episode)
Robert Englund mimicks the characters' movements from this version of Nosferatu.

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