Nosferatu: The Worlds Oldest Vampire Film Turns 100

Nosferatu: The Worlds Oldest Vampire Film Turns 100

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The black and white silent film Nosferatu first premiered on March 5th, 1922, almost exactly one hundred years ago. From its release, the film was laden with legal issues and should never have survived to this day, but has since become a beloved cult classic among the horror community and film lovers alike. In recognition of this rare achievement of lasting for a solid century as well as being widely regarded as the first vampire movie in the history of cinema, let’s take a walk through the hundred years of history and facts about this unofficial adaptation of Dracula.