Best German Horror Film

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Best German Horror Film

  1. The 1,000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse (1960)

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  2. Anatomy (2000)

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  3. Benny's Video (1992)

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  4. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)

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  5. Castle of the Walking Dead (1967)

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  6. Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler (1922)

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  7. Even Dwarfs Started Small (1970)

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  8. Faust (1926)

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  9. Funny Games (1997)

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  10. The Golem (1920)

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  11. The Kingdom (1994)

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  12. The Kingdom II (1998)

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  13. Love Letters From a Portuguese Nun (1977)

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  14. Nekromantik (1987)

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  15. Nosferatu (1922)

    57.6%
  16. Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)

    9.1%
  17. The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933)

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  18. Vampyr (1932)

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  19. Waxworks (1924)

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  20. Other (Specify)

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  1. Ash28M

    Ash28M Active Member

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    Pick the best German Horror film (also Including films from Austria)

    P.S I marked down Golem (1915) when I ment the 1920 version. I don't know too many who have seen the 1915 version:) But if you have and loved it feel free.
     
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  2. tobaccoman

    tobaccoman White, Proud, and Stupid

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    My bad, I've only seen Nosferatu and Nekromantik.
     
  3. Tom Servo

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    It was between Nosferatu and The Golem, but Nosferatu won out. Also an honorable mention to waxworks
     
  4. hell ya!

    hell ya! ~Go ahead, make my day~

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    Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht

    A Kinski and Herzog classic.
     
  5. speanroc

    speanroc I WANNA BAN

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    anthropohagous 2000
     
  6. Ash28M

    Ash28M Active Member

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    anthropohagous 2000 better then Nosferatu :eek2:
     
  7. Katatonia

    Katatonia Hellbound Heart

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    Uh... The Kingdom 1 & 2 are both Danish/Swedish productions. No Germans involved that I know of, unless you count Udo Kier who spoke Danish in both. :eek1:

    I'm going with Nosferatu though!
     
  8. Ash28M

    Ash28M Active Member

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    Thanks Katatonia. I'm not sure why I thought they were German. :confused:

    I'm not too sure it matters though with Nosferatu on the list.
     
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  9. maskull

    maskull I finally got an avatar!!! Yay!!

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    Jeez, I've discovered something from all these Best Of Country polls of yours....I need to see more movies! :(

    p.s. you forgot Violent Sh*t. :)
     
  10. The original silent classic Nosferatu
     
  11. Coverdale

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    Damn, I can't vote in this one. The only one I've seen is the 1922 Nosferatu!
     
  12. Erick H.

    Erick H. Well-Known Member

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    The original Nosferatu.
     
  13. KamuiX

    KamuiX The Eighth Samurai

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    I went with Herzog's Nosferatu, as it's a personal favorite, and the best vampire film ever made in my eyes. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is ever-so close behind. The original Nosferatu, The Golem, The Kingdom 1-2, The Testament of Dr. Mabuse, and Vampyr are all excellent as well.
     
  14. Tye

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    I voted for Carl Dreyer's Vampyr....granted, I haven't seen too many German horror flicks.
     
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    Vampyr (1932)
     
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    Nosferatu (1922). Classic. Thank you MOC!
     
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    thrashard76 Thrash or be Thrashed

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    Nekromantik
     

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