Eureka! Entertainment is releasing FW Murnau’s restored silent cinema horror classic Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror this Halloween in the UK as part of the BFI’s Gothic: The Dark Heart of Film season.
One of the most iconic of all horror films in the history of cinema that was ranked #21 in Empire’s 2010 poll of the 100 greatest films in world cinema and included on the latest Critic’s Poll by Sight & Sound of the 250 greatest films ever made, 1922’s Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror is a legend in its own right and the inspiration behind Werner Herzog’s Klaus Kinski-starring 1979 feature adaptation, which is also previewing with a restored print this Halloween before opening at BFI Southbank and selected cinemas on 1 November.
Even if you have seen it before, here’s a chance to experience FW Murnau’s vintage classic in a beautiful restoration on the big screen. Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror opens at the BFI Southbank on Thursday 24 October and in selected UK cinemas nationwide on Friday 25 October.
For more information, visit: www.bfi.org.uk/gothic