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"NOSFERATU - The first and quite possibly the greatest screen version of Dracula, "Nosferatu" follows the story of a real estate agent who is sent to close a deal at the castle of a client residing in the wilds of Transylvania. The client, it turns out, is a nightmarish vampire who attacks the agent and then proceeds to spread horror and death throughout the land in his pursuit of his victim's innocent wife. Made without the consent of Bram Stoker's (the author of "Dracula") estate, this legendary film was mired in litigation and, consequently, nearly lost forever. This is the Essex Films version, made from the original master print with original translations and titles by Bob Lee. It reverts the character names back to those in the novel and is supplemented with restored, archival footage. TERROR of DRACULA - back in the day when home video in any form was unheard of, a 10 year old monster movie fan's only means of owning his favorite films was to buy them on, well... film. In this case Standard 8mm. Sound? Forget about it! The back pages of "Famous Monsters of Film Land" magazine offered a treasure trove of of horror films, almost all edited down to ten or fifteen minute single reel versions. One especially intriguing title was this film, which I'd never heard of. But it was presented on not one, but two reels, a full half hour! The film arrived with the word "Nosferatu" in parenthesis stamped under the title, but what did that mean? The encyclopedia was no help. It wasn't until the publication of the book, "In Search of Dracula" that I would find out. Here is that very film presnted for your entertainmant. Digitally transerred from Standard 8mm film in high definition! Original music scores composed and performed by John Mucci!