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Max Schreck

Collection by Stef van Dijk

Stef van Dijk
Nosferatu- probably the creepiest scene in the whole movie, Count Orlok seems to have more in common with a rat than a human being Creepy Horror, Sci Fi Horror, Gothic Horror, Horror Films, Scary Movies, Old Movies, Great Movies, Classic Horror Movies, Classic Films

Nosferatu . This was a really creepy silent film. Even though it is a bit jerky and primitive to today's eyes . It still has really scary imagery.

A rarely-seen close-up of Max Schreck in makeup of NOSFERATU Nose, ear tips, bald cap and fingertip prosthetics. Classic Monster Movies, Classic Horror Movies, Classic Monsters, Retro Horror, Vintage Horror, Horror Art, Tv Movie, Sci Fi Movies, Scary Movies

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Bram Stoker's pen created a monster that still has teeth

As the 100th anniversary of the "Dracula" author's death arrives, the pop-culture landscape has more vampires than you can shake a stake at.

Max Schreck, German actor (left) and made up as "Count Orlok" (right) in the film, "Nosferatu" in Max Schreck, Creepy Pictures, Dark Pictures, Classic Horror Movies, Horror Films, Nosferatu 1922, 7 Arts, Silent Horror, Famous Monsters

13 Fundamental Horror Films For October - The Good Men Project

Horror aficionado Tom Gaultieri lists the 13 horror films you simply must see in order to truly understand the genre.

Max Schreck as Black Angel. – A German actor. Most remembered for his lead role as Count Orlok in the film Nosferatu Max Schreck, Nosferatu 1922, Silent Screen Stars, Black Angels, Classic Monsters, Angel Of Death, Silent Film, Macabre, Horror Movies

Max Schreck as the Black Angel of Death in “Hanneles Himelfahrt” (“The Assumption of Hannele”) in 1922.