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Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror
Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens [Germany]
March 4, 1922
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Quite possibly, the most dreadfully boring film ever made (a controversial opinion, I know).
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It's hard to get a reaction from the audiance of fear when you can't hear anything.Like, at all. I watched it and wasn't impressed. The desin of the monster was creepy and Schrek's performance was good but... Like you said, boring.
I do agree Caesar that it was very boring. I fell asleep five times in quick, 10 second successions in class, when I watched it. I definitely won't re-watch it but overall, it was decent.
Huh, I found it pretty entertaining despite its age. Orlok and Knock are awesome.
I first stumbled across this film when my English teacher had mentioned it once. I did ask her if I could borrow it and she let me. I watched it later that night and didn't understand the praise. Now that I'm more mature and intelligent I can see that it is a great film.