Back when vampires were REAL hunks.
1922’s ‘Nosferatu’ Upscaled To 4K And Colorized

Because it’s spooky season, this is a video featuring scenes from the classic 1922 unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula ‘Nosferatu’ that have been upscaled to 4K and colorized. Did you know that Stoker’s heirs sued after the film’s release and all copies of the film were ordered to be destroyed? Obviously that went well. Another fun fact: Nosferatu is the first media in which a vampire is actually killed by sunlight, previously they had only been made uncomfortable or hurt by light, but not mortally. So — does the upscaling and colorizing make the movie more or less scary? “Less scary, but way more erotic.” I couldn’t agree more. What do you say we put in some plastic fangs, dim the lights, and let whatever happens, happen?