Did you see BREAKING DAWN yet? Maybe took a few hours to discuss the differences between the books and the movies while stuffing your maw with Chili Cheese Fritos and listening to The Cure’s Disintegration?
Well, once that’s out of your system, take a breather to watch one of the greatest vampire films of all time – NOSFERATU: A SYMPHONY OF HORROR.
Director F.W. Murnau paints a surreal and atmospheric masterpiece, with a horrifying performance by Max Schreck as the titular vampire. He’s not emo, he doesn’t sparkle, but he does give a whole new meaning to Morning Wood.
Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski (Europe’s answer to Hall and Oates) remade the flick in 1979. It’s pretty good, but the original is fucking amazing.
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Being public domain, there are a lot of DVDs for you stocking-stuffing Bastards to choose from. A little advice: There’s a version hosted by David Carradine and scored by Type O Negative. Fuck that version.
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