A century of Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror – and it’s back in cinemas

Another quick blogpost from me to note that it is 100 years to the day since the wonderful vampire film and (bootleg) Dracula adaptation Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror premiered! You don’t often get to celebrate a full century of a deathless classic – well you do if you’re a silent film fan, but you know what I mean – so I wanted to celebrate the occasion with some links, perfect for sinking your teeth into.

I have written something about the film to mark its anniversary, but it’s for a print publication and it won’t emerge from his coffin until next month sometime. So here is some reading and listening for your pleasure, right now.

You may want to brush up, as Eurkea is marking the centenary with a series of screenings around the country!

Neil Brand on Nosferatu, for this very site.

My review of the Eureka DVD/Blu of Nosferatu.

• I guested on the Final Girls podcast for a Nosferatu special.

• You can’t beat Kevin Jackson’s excellent BFI Film Classic on the film.

• From the Sight and Sound archive: a 1967 feature on Nosferatu.

Those screening dates in full, but check back for updates.

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