A mysterious castle, a revolting count with a taste for blood, an unsuspecting guest, and a beautiful girl. Sound familiar? If you dare to experience the fright of a lifetime, then watch this silent cinema classic and see where the myth began. Famed German director F.W. Murnau's creepy adaptation of the Bram Stoker Dracula story, Nosferatu, still holds up today as one of the greatest horror films of all time. And this was no accident. With an absolutely ghoulish performance as the bony-fingered and severely misshapen Count Orlok (Max Schreck) and the superb visual style and special effects of the film's German Expressionist filmmaker, Nosferatu has lodged itself in the cultural subconscious where it has left impressions impossible to erase. Who can forget the classic shot of the vampire's horribly elongated shadow as he creeps up the stairs, or the famous shot where he pops up unexpectedly from his coffin like a ghastly jack-in-the-box? Painting his frame with classic symbols, insisting on the use of eerily authentic locales, and using light and shadow as they have never before been used, Murnau creates a horror classic that will truly sink its teen into you and never let go.