A beautiful transfer of a revolutionary and emotionally devastating masterpiece of early cinema.
An unexpected experiment from a director who unfortunately never got the chance to build on its breakthroughs.
F.W. Murnau’s epic rates as one of the master’s finest works, and Kino’s Blu-ray highlights the intricate precision behind its huge scale.
From Bram Stoker to Anne Rice, from Nosferatu to Buffy, it’s safe to say our cultural fascination with the blood-sucking undead isn’t going away anytime soon.
The latest Blu-ray release of F.W. Murnau’s skeletal supernatural masterpiece doesn’t have much in the way of supplements.
It’s presented in close-to-ideal context and the best possible digital quality, while preserving the look and sound of its original incarnation.
If you’ve followed the Up documentary series, you know that it catches up with a cross-section of Britishers every seven years.
After a few initial disappointments in Berlinale’s main competition, things gradually began to pick up.