"Nosferatu" is a silent horror film first released in 1922, over a century ago now! It is a retelling of the classic "Dracula" tale and is largely considered to have served as the blueprint for modern horror films. It was created in Germany by director F.W. Murnau and starred Max Schreck in the lead role. The film was initially criticized for it's unusual visual approach for a horror film, with the main villain being brightly lit instead of lurking in shadows, it forced viewers to fully see what they feared.