Enjoy One Of The Original Horror Classics This Halloween

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Do you know which country helped shape the horror movie genre? If you guessed Germany you guessed correct.  During the early years of film, when “silent” films where all the rage, Germany was on the forefront of crafting the movie industry, and one of the areas the county’s filmmakers exceeded in was the creation of the horror film.  The Expressionist film movement in Germany, from the 1910s throughout the 20s, is still seen as one of the most influential periods in film history.

Quite a few modern horror films can trace their origins back to a handful of German classics, so why not take a trip back in time this weekend to enjoy some of the early years of horror?  We’ve included links to view three of what many consider to be the top German horror films from the Expressionist movement: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920), The Golem: How He Came Into the World (1920), and Nosferatu (1922).

 

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)

IMDB Summary  //  Wikipedia Entry

 

The Golem: How He Came Into the World (1920)

IMDB Summary  //  Wikipedia Entry

 

Nosferatu (1922)

IMDB Summary  //  Wikipedia Entry

 

 

Stephen Fuchs

About Stephen Fuchs

Stephen Fuchs is the founder of German Pulse and is actively working to bring new life to the German-American community by reaching out to all generations. He also works full-time editing commercials for Feld Entertainment.

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