Episode 113: Nosferatu

2 Oct


In this episode, Tyler and Josh discuss F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu, as well as Werner Herzog’s 1979 remake, and E. Elias Merhige’s comedy Shadow of the Vampire.

00:00:44- Intro, Halloweentimes
00:04:35- Believe Me, BP’s Great Characters
00:06:00- Welcome to new listeners, introduction to topic
00:11:13- Nosferatu: Symphony of Terror
00:23:15- Nosferatu the Vampyre
00:31:31- Shadow of the Vampire
00:49:55- Themes of vampire movies
01:07:01- Episode wrap-up

5 Responses to “Episode 113: Nosferatu”

  1. Bob K October 7, 2014 at 10:28 am #

    Great idea for an episode, guys. Interesting, uplifting, and funny. AVOID BITES!

    Wanted to give props, since you mention her, to Shadow Of A Vampire’s Catherine McCormick, who is one of those actors that JUST MISSED being really famous despite ample talent. She came to my notice in her rare starring roles in Dangerous Beauty (which is a fun film but probably not fodder for you show), Spy Game and Katherine Bigelow’s Weight Of Water, and supporting in Tailor Of Panama. But though I spot her all the time (she’s often the beautiful wife/girlfriend whose death motivates a man, as in Braveheart or 28 Weeks Later) very few people seem to be aware of her beyond a face they’ve seen somewhere before.

  2. Gene October 8, 2014 at 11:04 am #

    Question: You guys mentioned a few versions of the original out there because of a copyright issue with it’s original release. There is a version on Netflix dated 1929. Is this the original, or a good copy of it? I thought you said it was 1922, and a comment on the Netflix page for it says it’s a bad edition.

    • Tyler Smith October 8, 2014 at 11:24 am #

      Yeah, looking at the reviews, it appears that this version isn’t a good one. I would suggest finding a way to watch the Kino release, which has effective music and title cards.
      The 1929 thing is also a bit suspicious.

  3. Davide October 15, 2014 at 1:29 pm #

    Happy to hear you talk about Werner Herzog and Udo Kier in the same episode 🙂 Good stuff!

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