‘Nosferatu’ will prowl Disney Hall on Halloween night


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Now this should be good: F.W. Murnau’s silent and sinister 1922 classic ‘Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens’ will be screened on Halloween night at the Walt Disney Concert Hall with organ accompaniment by the accomplished Clark Wilson. You can find ticket and event info right here.

So do you think Bella would have swooned if the vampire Graf Orlok (portrayed, above, with such weird verve by mysterious Max Schrek) had showed up for classes at Forks High School? For those of you that haven’t seen ‘Nosferatu’ (and can’t make it on Oct. 31 to Disney Hall) you can actually watch the entire film on You Tube now.


-- Geoff Boucher


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