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Shadow of the Vampire - £1.00 @ Poundand

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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Next best is £4.99 at CD-WOW! or £5 at Zavvi.

Somewhere in Eastern Europe 1922...
Filming of F.W. Murnau's classic vampire movie, Nosferatu, is being disrupted not only by funding problems, but by rumous of disappearances and deaths amongst the cast and crew.
On the first night of shooting, the cameraman mysteriously takes ill and collapses...
Some days later, his replacement falls into a trance and never recovers...
Leading man Max Shreck (William Dafoe) is never introduced to the cast and crew he is never seen out of character. Hapless actor Gustav (Eddie Izzard) thinks his sinister co-star is the ultimate method actor. In fact, director Murnau (John Malkovich) has sealed a pact with Shreck offering him the neck of his leading lady (Catherine McCormack) at the end of the shoot if he delivers the ultimate performance for the camera.
Stranded on an island, they crew must finish the film before Shreck's bloodlust becomes uncontrollable.
Produced by Nicolas Cage and nominated for two Oscars (Willem Dafoe Best Supporting Actor and Best Make Up effects) Shadow Of The Vampire charts the horrifying lengths to which one of cinema's outstanding directors went, to put the most chilling interpretation of Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' on film.
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#1
Great film
#2
Very good film.
#3
Great movie. Very different from the usual **** you get in Poundland :)
#4
Loads in Leeds Poundland the other day (picked one up). None today!
#5
IMBD link
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0189998/

Looks good with a good cast and for £1 what do you want for a saturday night ?
#6
Great deal if you can get a copy !
#7
Really rate this film- definitely worth anyone's quid.
#8
surprising number of these on ebay at the moment going for anything up to £6.88 + £1.40 p&p
i wonder why :w00t:
#9
Well worth a buck
#10
Very, very good film.
#11
In Soviet Russia, DVD watches you!
#12
If you want to see it in it's proper aspect ratio of 2.35:1 & with DTS you'll have to get either the R1 or R3 versions though.

http://www.dvdcompare.net/comparisons/film.php?fid=1059
#13
.....buts its a quid.....for people that havent seen it.....

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