releases new stills featuring vampires and hunters burning the flames of war

New images of Albin Eberhart Von Franz, a wild hunter of vampires, have been released in the remake of Robert Eggers’ “Nosferatu,” which was originally directed by William Dafoe and released on December 28th at Beijing time, according to reports from foreign media.

Along with other actors, Bill Scasgard, Nicholas Holt, Lily Ross Depp, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Emma Colin, and others, the movie will be released in North America on December 25th next year.

The plot summary is that “In 19th Century Germany, a young woman falls in love with an ancient vampire from Transylvania who haunts her with unimaginable terror.”

Jalin Bracheko, the photographer, stated that the film is a colorized representation of 19th-century romance.

Nosfarato, a black and white silent film that is considered incredibly innovative, was originally inspired by Bram Stoke’s novel “Dracula the Vampire Count,” which tells the story of Thracio, an Australian vampire, who orders boarding houses in Germany and spreads plague to Germany, only to be eliminated by he and his wife.

In 1979, Werner Herzog remade a version of “Dracula” from the 1922 F.W. Munau adaptation with Klaus Kinsky, Isabelle Agany, Bruno Gonz, and Roland Top as Renfield in southwestern Poland.

The film also features a nominal sequel, the 1988 Italian horror movie “Bloody Venice” with Ginski in the lead role.

(Meng Qing)

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