They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!

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TMBDOS! Episode 79: “Nosferatu” (1922 & 1979).

October 22nd, 2016
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To cap off the official episodes for October of 2016 Lee and Daniel are joined by their friend Jack Graham of Shabogan Graffiti to discuss, in-depth, both the original 1922 silent vampire classic "Nosferatu", directed by F.W. Murnau, as well as the 1979 remake, directed by Werner Herzog. Just how German expressionist is the original anyway? What version of the original should one seek out? Is the remake an improvement on the original? How many bad vampire puns can the hosts make before even they get tired of it? Tune in to have these questions answered and to hear about what they've watched as of late; cover listener comments; and for a brief announcement on the schedule of the podcast going forward after this month.

Jack Graham at Shabogan Graffiti

Nosferatu: The Ultimate Blu-ray and DVD Guide

"Nosferatu: The First Vampire" (with Type O Negative soundtrack & David Carradine intro) 
 
"Nosferatu" IMDB

"Nosferatu the Vampyre" IMDB

Featured Music: "Nosferatu (Main Theme)" by Hans Erdmann; "Nosferatu - Overture - Omens of Nosferatu" by James Bernard; "Brüder Des Schattens" & "To a Little Way" by Popol Vuh; and "Zinskaro" by Vokal Ansambl Gordela.