In the end... Man was the real monster.
Directed by F. W. Murnau, this classic masterpiece based on Bram Stoker's Dracula almost never survived after the originals were destroyed due to lawsuit by Stoker's family. Banned in some country's for being too scary. I've only seen a few silent movies and they really do hit different. There really is something spooky with the silence, I know this is not Intentional but really adds to the level of creepyness. I think every horror fan should view this movie at least once, even if it's the only silent movie you watch.
🔥 5/5 In the end... Man was the real monster.
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No one should ever feel ashamed from having any sort of fetish
Well except that really gross one, yes i'm looking at you gross-o don't do that.
But specially a foot fetish.
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For Vivi her escape from the city is one for redemption.
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