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Nosferatu The Vampyre [DVD] [US Import]

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  • Subtitles: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305307261
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A quick review to confirm that this Region 2 German Blu Ray DOES contain in the special features section - the english spoken version of this film (Nosferatu the vampire) besides the German main feature(Werner Herzog shot two versions of ths film one English spoken, the other in German) Picture is stunning and is a superb upgrade from the Anchor Bay DVD version. Only the German spoken version comes in a 5.1 surrond mix.
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When i saw this movie for the first time I was stunned...although Werner Herzog is one of my favourite directors I was sceptical at first about Nosferatu because i was afraid that it will be much weaker than his predecessor....I couldn't be more wrong with this assumption...the movie is excellent.....there never was any vampire movie that even tried to give us such a strong portrait (both physically and psychicaly) of a creature that continued to live through ages..." Can You Imagine enduring centuries....experiencing the same futility every day" with this sentence Nosferatu explains the whole horror of his existence...and you feel some sort of sorrow for him even though you know that he is a monster ho pray on human blood to live.....unforgettable!. Film is beautifully shot by old Herzog's associate Jorg Schmidt-Reitwein and the music is excellently chosen to strenghten the whole atmosphere....pieces from Wagner's Das Rheingold are included here....and the cast is perfectly chosen, especially Kinski in the title role....possibly one of the best vampire movie among such gems as Carl Theodor Dreier's Vampyr, or Murnau's original Nosferatu
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It's a very good movie (it's simply Herzog), but if you look for a horror movie and only a horror movie you may be very dissapointed. It is not a horror movie, this is more than just a movie of some well defined kind. This may be like some variations on "Heart of Glass", but in a different costume. This is not a movie for closed-minded horror consumers. This is Herzog with all his patience, time he takes, hipnotic visions he shows and the same madness or determination in Kinski's eyes. Great photos and unique atmosphere - flying bats, plague-or-what in the town, overall atmosphere of madness, insane dance at the end. Great movie, deep like Herzog and Kinski and yet simply horrifyng like Dracula. I'm not dissapointed with Herzog one more time.
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Instead of an action-packed, blood&gore laden, shallow, visually unassuming Hollywood-flick, you get an almost sinisterly dark and incredibly beautiful piece of art. Don't watch the English version, it lacks the atmosphere of the German version, probably due to the German actors' inability to cope well with the English language. Everything is more fluent with the German and this translates into better acting overall. If your German isn't fluent, then watch it with the English subtitles on.
This movie attempts to capture the deeper currents of the Vampire myth, to get to the heart of the curse that is embodied in Dracula. Klaus Kinski is brilliant as Count Dracula and makes the movie all by himself. Which isn't easy, as the director is obviously set on translating the vampire myth into something as close to believable or "real" as possible.
The scenes are long and cumbersome in places, that is true. But this only serves to work the sinister and dark atmosphere into the viewer. If you immerse yourself, then the movie is a thrilling experience.
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Well, I just got the new Steelbook version of Nosferatu in the post and must say, although being smaller than I imagined, the box is rather nice looking, all art in and around the box seems to focus on either Kinski (himself) or Kinski and Adjani.

I was rather anxious to see what state the picture would be in when it was fully remastered by Bfi studios, but I must say I'm impressed.

Purely speaking from what I've heard of the German Blu-ray which is already out, the picture quality of both the English and German versions on this Blu-ray is indistinguishable. I was worried that, like with the German version, Bfi may only focus on remastering on of the versions but they are both nearly perfectly remastered considering state of the source material. Some scenes are done better than others and at times the picture does look grainy, but compared with the Anchor Bay DVD, the difference is immense and well worth the investment if you really love the film.

The sound quality is good for both versions on the mono setting and although it would have been nice to have the English version in 5.1 as well, the difference in sound quality, unless you actually have a surround sound system, isn't that big and is nothing to put you off enjoying both versions of the film.

I must say, however, that if you were planning on buying this for the jazzed up booklet which accompanies it, you may be a little disappointed. The essay reads like any introduction to a classic text and isn't the most engaging thing to read, whilst the review of the film I've seen browsing online. Although nothing special, it is a nice little thing to have but booklet is not the name I would give it; I think post-it note (sized) pamphlet would be more suitable.
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