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When: Oct. 27-28, 8:30 p.m. 2011
Price: Free
The 1922 German Expressionist horror film NOSFERATU screens on the eerie grounds of the Goat Farm this weekend. With a plot stolen directly from Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula, the film features Max Schreck as the deformed and sniveling Count Orlok who must feed on human blood to survive. Stoker’s widow successfully sued for copyright infringement, but this is the daddy of vampire films, inspiring legions of imitators that just couldn’t be killed. Rest uneasy knowing this is a far cry from the diet-vampire romance genre seen around every corner today. Chilean musician Felipe Barral will be accompanying the film with an original score which he composed in the late 90s, and he’ll be joined by the new addition of a female vocalist included for an even more haunting effect. possiblefuturesatl.org. (Elijah Black)

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