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German Expressionism at its finest. Caligari has creepy sets and Nosteratu has the terrifying Max Schreck. Nosteratu wins because the death scene at the end.
I felt both were lacking in a plot, but I can forgive that given that the narrative feature was relatively new then. Nosferatu was dreadfully boring though.
Both are good silent horrors from the 20s. I prefer Nosferatu though.
I'm a pretty big fan of silent movies and yet I didn't like Nosferatu. The movie was just very slow and boring and it wasn't scary at all. Caligari had a way better story, better pacing and it's far scarier. I'm going with The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari for sure.