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Certification12 Our Rating

Seminal vampire film, the first to be based upon the Bram Stoker tale. An estate agent's clerk from Bremen embarks on a journey to Orlock's castle, where a client of his resides. On arrival, the full horror of the inhabitants confront him. Wonderful imagery and direction. Imitated but never equalled. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A stunning portrayal of innocent and erotic obsession based on Wede-kind's 'Lulu' plays. Lulu's guilelessly provocative sexuality leads her from a gaggle of Berlin lovers and admirers, a lesbian countess, a newspaper editor, the latter's son, etc, to a squalid garret in London, where she finds her Thanatos in the shape of Jack the Ripper. Louise Brooks's legendary performance and Pabst's brilliantly acute direction both remain enthralling. Haunting and unforgettable, a superbly atmospheric film. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

A more intimate and low key affair than much of Murnau's other work. Using the technique of film within film, Murnau gives a contemporaneous setting to the classic Molière play. A devious housekeeper sets about persuading her master to re-direct his sizable inheritance away from his loving grandson and instead bequeath his wealth elsewhere. But the lad charms his way into the household disguised as a travelling projectionist and plays Tartuffe in the hope that his Grandfather will see the light. find out more...

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Lon Chaney takes the title role in this silent, black and white version of Gaston Leroux's classic tale. What starts as a seemingly plodding melodrama soon turns to grotesque Gothic horror, with Chaney making quite the most hideous phantom ever. Mary Philbin is equisite as Christine, the hapless heroine, who unwittingly drives the phantom into disastrous despair, while the gripping climax, accompanied by a crashing musical crescendo, is truly awesome. find out more...