Nosferatu (1979)


Mike and Dan tackle their third Werner Herzog movie of the season--and their second Nosferatu. Join them as they talk about what makes Herzog's 1979 remake of what he called the greatest German film of all time and what Mike and Dan praise as the best of all the Dracula films. Mike calls Herzog "the Mozart of stilted time," Dan compares this film to part of Gulliver's Travels, and the two of them keep coming up with examples of where Herzog upsets the viewer's expectations in wonderful ways. So set your table among the rats and give it a listen!

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