Titles You Haven't Rated (10)
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Nosferatu: The First Vampire (1998) - TV Movie
The horror classic, Nosferatu, remastered with a soundtrack by Type-O Negative and hosted by David Carradine.
Boo (1932) - Short Film
A wisecracking narrator mocks footage featuring Frankenstein's monster and Count Dracula. (imdb)
Bohemia in the 19th century, stage-coach driver Hans, loves the mayor's daughter Marie, but she is promised Wenzel, the son of another wealthy farmer. Marie refuses to marry Wenzel because of Hans, but the marriage arranger tries to "buy" Marie from Hans. (imdb)
A Robert Land directed movie of the book of the same name by Arnold Ulitz with Lil Dagover and Ernst Stahl-Nachbaur.
A mill situated on the border between two unnamed countries and the residents therein become pawns in a future war. (imdb)
Captain Ramper, a heroic aviator, makes a pioneering flight across the Arctic accompanied only by his faithful mechanic. Near the North Pole, their plane develops engine failure and crashes in the desolate wastes. The mechanic dies straight off but Ramper finds a supply base containing food which has been left behind by a previous expedition. After fifteen years in the Arctic wastes, Ramper has considerably mutated.
The likeable and carefree Grand Duke of Abacco is in dire straits. There is no money left to service the State's debt; the main creditor is looking forward to expropriating the entire Duchy. The marriage with Olga, Grand Duchess of Russia, would solve everything, but a crucial letter of hers about the engagement has been stolen... (imdb)
One night a middle aged man is lured away from his happy home into the thrills and dangers of the city streets. The city is an expressionistic nightmare, a dangerous and chaotic place. The unfortunate man encounters thieves, prostitutes, and other predators. But the real threat to security and order is the street itself. (imdb user comment)
The film "Der Kaufmann von Venedig" ( The Jew Of Mestri ) was written, produced and directed by Peter Paul Felner in the silent year of 1923 and is a free adaptation of "Merchant of Venice" written by Herr William Shakespeare. It is an elegant and expensive German film production that was shot on location in beautiful and decadent Venice with some of the most important Teutonic actors of the time: Henny Porten, Harry Liedtke und Werner Krauss and even the mysterious Max Schreck. (imdb)