Scar’s review published on Letterboxd:
Scarlett's Spooktacular Month of Horror: Day Twenty-one
Creepy, atmospheric, and very surreal. This was one hell of a movie, and it was quite ahead of its time when it came out back in 1932. Visually, it's a complete masterpiece, with great editing, cinematography, set design, all piled together to an amazing example of German expressionism.
I really enjoyed this, the script may not have been the strongest, and the bridge between silent films and modern cinema is quite apparent, but Vampyr is still pretty great, and really heckin' spooky.