(1932) Vampyr

I couldn’t have been more surprised to find out what kind of film this is, especially after seeing Nosferatu. Vampyr is not your typical vampire movie but rather a stunningly intelligent surrealist horror film.

The entire movie feels very much like a depiction of a mans nightmare. There isn’t any bloodsucking or bats, only a steadily increasing force of evil and dread.

I highly suggest giving this one a shot, especially if you’re able to enjoy older films like this. If you find yourself unable to stay engaged with films from this era then I will admit, this might not be for you. While it does have audio dubbed in, it was originally shot as a silent movie and has that general vibe.

8/10

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Author: Ben

26 year old cheeseburger addicted horror junkie

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