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De la nuit est un remake du film muet Nosferatu le vampire ralis en par Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau Herzog a dvelopp le ct solitaire et tragiue du personnage du vampire Nosferatu au del de son aspect de prdateur Lieux de tournage La suence d'ouverture Une des momies du muse de Guanajuato La suence d'ouverture du film mise en musiue par le nosferatu the vampire musical dfinition de nosferatu Nosferatu the Vampire is a rock opera musical by Bernard J Taylor inspired by the silent movie classic by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau It was first recorded as a concept studio recording with singers including Peter Karrie Claire Moore Barry James the West End's longest running Thnardier in Les Misrables Mario Frangoulis Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera Simon Burke Nosferatu the Vampire by Paul Monette Goodreads Nosferatu the Vampire book Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers Nosferatu | Vampedia | Fandom Nosferatu eine Symphonie des Grauens translated as Nosferatu A Symphony of Horror; also known as Nosferatu A Symphony of Terror or simply Nosferatu is a German Expressionist horror film directed. A novel based on Werner Herzog's remake of the classic silent movie by Murnau and a masterpiece in its own right

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By FW Murnau starring Max Schreck as the vampire Count OrlokThe film was in essence an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula with names and other details changed because the Nosferatu VTM | White Wolf Wiki | Fandom The Embrace of the Nosferatu is especially painful as the body warps and twists as the blood creates a new vampire The chance of a Nosferatu dying in the process of the Embrace is higher than in other Clans and many emerge as simple brutes their brains damaged and incapable of higher thought or basic survival skills For these reasons some elders of the medieval world used the Embrace by a Watch Nosferatu The Vampyre | Prime Video Jonathan Harker is sent away to Count Dracula's castle to sell him a house in Varna where Jonathan lives But Count Dracula is a vampire an undead ghoul living off of men's blood Inspired by a photograph of Lucy Harker Jonathan's wife Dracula moves to Varna bringing with him death and plague Watch Nosferatu The Vampyre Full Movie Jonathan and Lucy live in Wismar and the Count wants a house there Varna is a port on the Black Sea close to Dracula's cast. Lushly written entertaining treat

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10 thoughts on “Nosferatu the Vampire

  1. says:

    In 1979 overheated German director Werner Herzog decided to remake 1922′s NOSFERATU collaborating for the second time with possibly insane actor Klaus Kinski and 11000 rats Realizing that a movie this over the top reuired a novelization full of heaving bosoms fevered brows and bulging breeches Avon Books hired Paul Monette winner of the National Book Award to write the novelizationMonette's novel is full of overheated prose of the highest order baked in the oven of hysteria until its nouns and verbs are a thick bubbling crust barely concealing an overflowing fever pie whose adjectives and metaphors ooze out and run down its side After reading Nosferatu you realize that Monette was the only writer who could have novelized Ken Russell’s films like The Devils and Tommy Instead we live in an inherently unfair universe in which he only went on to novelize the ultra macho MIDNIGHT RUN PREDATOR and SCARFACEI’m not sure who the target audience was for this sweaty clammy palmed adaptation of a European art horror sexual shocker flick Given that some of Avon’s bestselling paperbacks of the time were The Thorn Birds Jonathan Livingston Seagull and I’m OK – You’re OK you figure they must have regretted missing the segment of the market that wanted twisted Bavarian sex horror dripping with metaphors and freaky body symbolism But apparently however Avon was thrilled with Monette’s novelization because three years later they published his horror novel Lightfall also about a woman coming under a strange evil and possibly very horny influenceRead


  2. says:

    Synopsis Jonathan Harker is sent away to Count Dracula's castle to sell him a house in Virna where he lives But Count Dracula is a vampire an undead ghoul living off men's blood Inspired by a photograph of Lucy Harker Jonathan's wife Dracula moves to Virna bringing with him death and plagueReview Rich with delightful gothic imagery and atmospheric horror but honestly ends up feeling like the footnotes version of Bram Stoker's Dracula It doesn't really add anything uniue or interesting to the original story with the exception of the ending which was probably my favorite thing about the book but other than that it only strips away most of the things that made it a classic Dracula has no character here he's reduced to a one dimensional monster that doesn't feel nearly as powerful charming or threatening Mina called Lucy in this version is reduced to a fainting damsel when she was the strongest character that held the group together in the original story Van Helsing does absolutely nothing of importance in this version of the story which is completely uncharacteristic for him The only person that felt in character was the lovable Dr Renfield he was as wacky and hilarious as alwaysMuch like the movies the only thing it has going for it in my opinion is the glamorous gothic cinematography and the haunting atmosphere It's lacking in character story and personality There's no sense of danger or urgency There's no drama tragedy or building terror I understand the appeal of Nosferatu but I honestly can't see why anyone would choose it over the original gothic horror masterpiece created by Bram Stoker


  3. says:

    This is an adaptation of Herzog's 1979 remake of the classic 'Nosferatu' Novelizations of movies rarely work but when they do they can sometimes outshine the films they're intended to publicize This is one of those Monette plays with the language in surprising ways portraying a lush and sensual vampire reality that frankly deviates from the screenplay adding elements of the original silent classic and some new surreal touches making for a blend of romance horror and just plain weirdness This Dracula is a living symbol of the plague a rodentlike hairless cadaver clinging to life by murdering the innocent He is a monster a lonely man who has forgotten how to be human His very presence causes suicide and madness and decay and he is bearing down on a provincial German village with a pyramid of coffins full of sour earth and diseased rats It's not for everyone but I think it manages to top the over the top Anne Rice uite nicely My only regret is that they used Stoker's original character names when the story is so far removed from his Dracula that even the similarities stand out by their very oddness Disturbing melodramatic stuff maybe a bit excessive but it really sucks you in pun intended to the inevitable tragedy Yes there is a resolution but you get the sense that there will be no real survivors it's just a matter of time


  4. says:

    Ah Monette I stated that the last book I just read Taking Care of Mrs Carrol was signed by the author at a book signing at the venerable Lambda Rising in DC When I got to the desk and handed him the book I winked and said I really wish I could have brought my old copy of Nosferatu instead of being forced to buy a new book He put his head back and laughed and recounted the fact he wrote it under contract in a tight time schedule He got misty about his deceased lover and told me he was typing furiously and his lover put a hand on his shoulder; Paul said he turned his head to look and his lover was wearing plastic vampire teethNow to the review I must right away agree with the reviewer who called this book lush With descriptions Monette was sonorous in sound tactile in touch dazzling in sight succulent in taste and redolent in smell Everything was seen in my mind's eyeand it was decades before I saw the Herzog remake of the movie The dialog is sometimes melodramatic; they were in 1850's Germany I read The Sorrows of Young Werther; a LOT worse Finally having seen the flick which I also enjoyed yay for Bruno Ganz I can say they are pretty much faithful to each other The book is actually eerie and tense in some spots just as is the film The only author who has terrified me is John Saul but Nosferatu is NOT that kind of book I recommend BOTH the Monette book and the Herzog filmThis is another summer beach or poolside read with a nice strawberry margarita or a late autumn readin a power outageat duskunder a blanketwith candles


  5. says:

    A novel based on Werner Herzog's remake of the classic silent movie by Murnau and a masterpiece in its own right


  6. says:

    So it turns out there's a novelization of Werner Herzog's 1979 film based on FW Murnau's 1929 film loosely based on Dracula Both of those movies are brilliant and it's no surprise that the book isn't since novelizations are produced for strictly commercial reasons—and this particular movie has fairly little in the way of dialogue or plot it's all about the tone and the performances so any attempt to pad it out to book length can't help looking like just that padding No one really wanted to make this book and probably few people wanted to read itHowever there are plenty of writers who could've approached this gig as a straightforward exercise in Describe what happens in the movie and make up some extra stuff of the same kind plus maybe some things the director didn't have the budget for Paul Monette doesn't exactly do that There's certainly plenty of excess verbiage in a faux 19th century style as he describes this German town and various details of the characters' backgrounds that don't really matter but make it seem like a novel; yet you get the sense that there's a point of view there and every so often a genuinely good and surprising sentence will show up and it's an effort he wasn't reuired to make he just felt a little inspired right then My favorite of these is when Lucy Harker the most pure hearted woman in the world decides she's not at any risk of losing her soul because to be a vampire you need a cast of mind she simply didn't possess—a sense of secrecy and guilt of longing without a name of terror to live in time There are things going on in that ambiguous and allusive sentence that are both perfectly appropriate for the story and also clearly the work of a ueer writer who had been closeted until just a few years earlier At such times you can see the author briefly imagining what his own supernatural novel might be like if he wrote oneWhile he clearly hasn't seen the film—these books are usually based on early script drafts and the plot is the same in this case but this ferocious characterization of Dracula has nothing in common with Klaus Kinski's strikingly sad performance—Monette gets at some of the same themes that I think Herzog had in mind so there's some imagery about nature being out of balance and some dry satire of the conformist townspeople and a clear sense that what really seals Jonathan Harker's fate is just wanting a little money So anyone expecting an action packed horror story with some kind of romance angle which by the way the back cover copy tries to play up by totally giving away the ending will be confused and disappointed which is also true of the film and in that sense mission accomplished Monette also seems to know the Murnau film and throws in some nice details from that like how Dracula's handwriting is just a bunch of unintelligible symbols; or maybe Herzog had that in the script and cut it I don't knowI haven't read Monette's later work the stuff he's known for which only started after his partner's death and his own illness Apparently he didn't like any of his earlier books not the personal novels and I'm sure not the four novelizations he wrote for 20th Century Fox and Universal this and Scarface and the SFaction Schwarzenegger vehicle Predator read this review and the cop comedy Midnight Run—all totally unsuited to my impression of his style and concerns but I presume the main criteria for authors of these things are Tells a story doesn't need a lot of copyediting turns in the job on time I can't imagine how he would've approached Nosferatu—with its apocalyptic scenes of a community being destroyed by a semi supernatural plague presided over by an ancient demented aristocrat and the mad businessman who serves him—if he'd written it a few years later in the time of AIDS and Reaganism But presumably this book helped him to pay the rent in 1979 and I'm fine with that


  7. says:

    The language was a little flowery for my taste but it was still very very good


  8. says:

    Reading this made me scream in my head Why not just read the Stoker version?? This version lacked the passion desperation and despondency of the original It wasn't until at the very end that any shock was produced by the horrific event of which should be a Gothic romance


  9. says:

    Lushly written entertaining treat


  10. says:

    i thought i was placing a hold on the movie turned out it was the book the book was good overall very vampireyon a side note the houston public library needs to update their app


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