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Horror Remakes That Equaled Or Surpassed the Original

Remakes are a longstanding tradition in cinema, especially in the horror genre. But there is no doubt that the past decade saw an oversaturation. Most of these were due to studios simply wanting to pu...

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Top Five Dracula Deaths – Dispatching The Vampire

Dracula’s suffered a lot in his long life. He’s been around the block quite a few times, and with over a hundred adaptations, there have been some inventive means of dispatching the vampire—as well as...

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How Martin and Vampire’s Kiss are Strikingly Similar in Their Portrayal of Vampires

Whether it’s treated as an ancient bloodline or a chronic disease, vampirism has been depicted in countless forms across popular culture. Though some of the most common vampire traits include im...

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Robert Eggers Helmed Nosferatu Remake Off the Table for Now (Exclusive)

Wicked Horror sat down for an interview with director Robert Eggers discussing his new film The Witch. When the conversation turned to the Nosferatu remake to which he has been attached for some time,...

Influential Horror Movies You May Not Have Seen

From the hardcore horror movie fan to the occasional watcher, Freddy Kruger, Jason Voorhees, and JigSaw are household names and pop icons. The infamous pea soup scene in The Exorcist has been countles...

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Nosferatu Remake Secures Director

A remake of classic horror film Nosferatu has secured a very competent director in the form of Robert Eggers (The Witch). Eggers will both write and direct the reboot. The director won the directing p...

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Why Werner Herzog’s Nosferatu is Actually the Better Movie

F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu is a masterpiece of silent cinema. It’s one of the all-time great horror films. While it did not get the rights to the characters of the novel Dracula from the Stoker family, i...

Horror meme of Orlok from the classic horror movie Nosferatu.

Nosferatu the Vampire

Released on March 4, 1922, the image of Nosferatu can still give chills even today, almost 100 years later. Nosferatu, also known as “Count Orlok”, was played by Max Schreck.