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Vampyr(1932)

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  • Old Movies

    • Sylvia Fife Frizzell
    • 10/27/12

    I would like to see some of Charlie Chan Movies and HumPhery bOGART MOVIES . I also like Bettie Davis movies and Joan Craford movies, The old movies have a plot to them and some of the newer ones just don,t hold ones interest. So keep up the good work and I will be watching.

  • Vampyr

    • Dashiell Barnes
    • 10/20/12

    A mesmerizing atmosphere & unsettling imagery makes this German vampire film magnificent. West finds himself being confronted with vampires & other supernatural beings. The theme of vampirism is treated like a form of eroticism & the narrative is by itself unique, sometimes working & sometimes not, but the cinematography & editing are first rate. Memorable scenes like dancing shadows & a burial seen from the corpse's perspective makes this a nightmarishly good film. I give it a 4/5.

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    • Gene A Stamps
    • 10/11/12

    I enjoyed the movie, for several reasons. Here is a movie that captures the feeling of drifting away on a cloud. It is though you can see everything in a dream state. I was particullary struck by the state of being half awake, half asleep. As the images move along, music, giving a sense of helplessness as Allan Gray attempts to stop the force against Leone. It is a wonderful film of its time, traveling back to the early 1930's, in my opinion illustrates what imagination can do to engage an audience. For anyone wanting to be swept away into a nightmaris dream like state, I say go it, it is time WELL SPENT!PS I'll take this type of entertainment anytime from TCM

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