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  1. There is a scene where an Asian gang is watching "Nosferatu" () in a private theatre. It is featured prominently in the scene and mentioned by name. The main character Frank White's appearance in black suits, driving around in a black limousine and being active mostly at night can be seen as visual references to the vampire Nosferatu, too.
  2. A Field Of Hope (Discography) by Nosferatu, released 14 June 1. Pride 2. No Army 3. Letter To The Priests 4. Private Property 5. The Laugh 6. Dead Flame 7. Night Watch 8. Political Bullshit 9. Field-Of-Hope Attack War On You Death Watch The Act Of Fear Controller Child's Play The Empty Disillusion
  3. Aug 16,  · What's the big deal: We can trace just about all of our cinematic vampires back to Nosferatu, which is reason enough in itself for the film to hold an important place in movie history. But it .
  4. Nosferatu is set in Bremen, the year an actual plague broke out that killed numerous citizens. In the film, Orlock is constantly accompanied by rats (which are actual plague carriers), looks like a rat himself, and symbolizes the arrival of an unknown epidemic which, when eliminated, eliminates the threat to the citizenry, as well.
  5. Jun 14,  · Tracks taken from Living In The Act Of Fear Tracks taken from Enemy One/Nosferatu Split Tracks taken from Sound Of Hardcore Sessions Tracks taken from Debut EP Promotional Cassette Tracks taken from The 'A Compound' Sessions Tracks taken from Rehearsal Sessions 10/27//5(4).
  6. Nosferatu expands on the theme of invasion and predator versus prey in order to create fear from the typical viewer's perspective. During the time when both Dracula and Nosferatu were created, Europeans, namely the British, were terrified of the prospect of having their home country invaded by a foreign, mysterious country.

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