Tag: Klaus Kinski

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Werner Herzog’s ‘Nosferatu the Vampyre’ To Make It’s Blu-ray Debut In May

Since its release in 1979, Wener Herzog’s Nosferatu the Vampyre has not only become one of the director’s most acclaimed films, but one of the most compelling and visually-striking interpretations of the Dracula story ever committed to film. In his haunting interpretation of F.W. Murnau’s 1922 classic, Herzog eschews the popular conception of the vampire as confident […]

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Klaus Kinski: Directors Loved to Watch Him Go

By most accounts, Klaus Kinski was a sonofabitch. This is a sentiment not forgotten on Scream Factory’s blu-ray release of Crawlspace in December. Among the bonus features on the release, is writer/director David Schmoeller’s short film, Please Kill Mr. Kinski, wherein Schmoeller tells of his difficulties working with Kinski on the set of Crawlspace. Schmoeller […]