The French string quartet, Quatuor Prima Vista claims to be the only string quartet doing accompaniment to silent films.
Live in Girona Spain: Nosferatu, una Sinfonia de Horror
Other assorted gems:
Count Smokula, the accordion playing vampire (gotta love that)
Dracula: Pages From a Virgin's Diary is a new mostly black and white silent adaptaion of the Bram Stoker story. The film, directed by Guy Maddin appeared in the New York Video Film Festival.
Some stunning images by Bruce Monk
iafrica.com Cult Film column on Nosferatu
Web of Murnau John Acre has
a highly informative site on the films of FW Murnau
Cory Gross has done some excellent research on the film and the lore of
Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror.
His site includes The Diary of Johann Cavallius
and The Book of Vampires, the Lore and History of Nosferatu.
Nosferatu Blooper - is it a clapboard or something more sinister?
"film archeology" on Nosferatu
with a history of the surviving film prints, tinting and intertitles.
Studies in Vampirism:
of Vampirism based on a section in The Vampire Book, The Encyclopedia
of the Undead by J. Gordon Melton
... and from the ok-it-was-bound-to-happen department:
An animated serial!
Speaking of cereal... Its the War of the Warm and Fuzzy Vampires!
The Count vs. Count Chocula
Reviews of Silent Orchestra score for Image DVD.
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