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I know it is a fact of film making that, when you can’t think of a new idea, why not just re-use an old one? I know the latter part of the twentieth century has been fertile territory for recent features but how about going back a bit further? Like to 1922? 

Who is Nosferatu?

Nosferatu is an archaic Romanian word for vampire and the vampire in question is called Count Orlok. He isn’t named Count Dracula because the original Nosferatu was an unauthorised, unofficial version of the 1897 Bram Stoker novel. The resemblance very nearly meant that Nosferatu was lost forever after a judge ordered all copies of the 1922 film to be destroyed. Thankfully some prints survived, or this film would never have been made.

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Behind The Camera

This is a bit of a passion project for Robert Eggars; he co-directed a stage production of Nosferatu in high school. Eggars directed and wrote the screenplay for this version. His director of photography is, once again, Jarin Blaschke.

Release Date(s)

We’re looking at Christmas Day releases in the USA and New Years Day in the UK.

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This is a great app. I wish more people would support it

This app provides info about movies, reviews, ratings from people who have seen it before and after viewing. It has links to info about the movies. It let’s you know when there will be a lull in the action and how long it will last. If you want to know what happens during that time, you can check the brief synopsis (you have to click a link, so no accidental spoilers). It has a timer you can set (silent) to alert you to a break. It also tells you whether there is anything extra during or after the credits. It’s really a wonderful app. I’ve subscribed for a couple of years to support the developers, but I noticed some of the links to provide feedback didn’t seem to work today. They also made it free, with voluntary donations to see the pee-times. If you haven’t tried it, I encourage you to do so, and subscribe if you like it. I really hope the app is supported so it can continue to be maintained!

Developers note: RunPee doesn’t make much money but it supports itself nicely. Donations are appreciated, but not required. We’ll add as many movies to the database as we can until there are no more movie theaters.

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After a number of recastings due to scheduling conflicts, we now have a cast led by Willem Dafoe, Ralph Ineson, Nicholas Hoult, Bill Skarsgård, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Lily-Rose Depp, and Emma Corrin.

Characters, So Far, In Nosferatu

We have Bill Skarsgård as Count Orlok, Nicholas Hoult as Thomas Hutter, Lily-Rose Depp as Ellen Hutter, Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Friedrich Harding, Emma Corrin as Anna Harding, Ralph Ineson as Dr. Wilhelm Sievers, and Willem Dafoe as Prof. Albin Eberhart Von Franz

Nosferatu’s Backstory

Basically, it is the Dracula story with a few changed names so you probably already know all you need to know before you go in.


Strictly speaking, there shouldn’t be. But let’s see what happens at the box office.

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