Horror is a fairly played-out film genre nowadays, but it wasn't always the case. Certainly, in 1922, Prana Films and F.W. Murnau's German Expressionist film, Nosferatu - A Symphony of Horror would have ruffled a few feathers amongst audiences. The unofficial adaptation (the film almost never made it to modern audiences after Bram Stoker's estate sued Prana into bankruptcy and had most of the negatives destroyed) saw a revival of its original spirit at the Mercury Cinema last night with classical duo Tess Said So providing a haunting original score to the horror classic.
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