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Name:Vampyr 1932 DVDRip XviD[

Total Size: 408.36 MB

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Torrent added: 2009-08-28 06:12:54



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Vampyr.1932.DVDRip.XviD.NFO (Size: 408.36 MB) (Files: 31)

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Torrent description

Director: Carl Theodor Dreyer
Music: Wolfgang Zeller
Cast: Julian West (Allan Grey), Maurice Schutz (Lord of the Manor), Rena Mandel (Gisèle), Sybille Schmitz (Léone), Jan Hieronimko (Doctor), Henriette Gérard (Marguerite Chopin), Albert Bras (Old Servant)
Country: France / Germany
Language: Silent
Aka: Castle of Doom; The Vampire
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Video Stream
Filename: Vampyr.1932.DVDRip.XviD.avi
Filesize: 428189640 Bytes (408.35 MB)
Streams (i.e. Video, Audio): 2
Compression: XVID - XVID MPEG-4
Avg. Bitrate: 701.00 kbit/s
Resolution: 384x288
Color Depth: 24 bits
Running Time: 4346.51 s (1h 12m 26s)
Framerate: 29.9700 fps
Microseconds Per Frame: 333667 ms
Frames: 130265
Keyframes: 792 (Every 164)
Audio Stream
Wave Type: 85 - MPEG Layer 3
Avg. Bitrate: 73.16 kbit/s
Sample Rate: 48000 Hz
Bit Depth: 0 Bits
Channels: 2
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Summary:
A student of the Occult, Allan Gray, is travelling in France when he arrives at the remote village of Courtempierre. Whilst staying at an inn, he is visited by an old man who gives him a parcel, not to be opened until after his death. Some mysterious shadows lead Gray to an isolated castle in which lives the old man he met at the inn, with his two young daughters, Gisèle and Léone. The latter is seriously ill, but no one knows the cause of her sickness. The old man suddenly dies, prompting Gray to open the parcel. He discovers an ancient book recounting a tale about vampires...

Vampyr was shot as a silent film, but just before its release Dreyer added a soundtrack which included some sparse (and pretty superfluous) dialogue.

Today, Vampyr is almost universally regarded as a masterpiece, and certainly one of the greatest, if not the greatest, of fantasy horror films. Yet when it was first released in 1932, the film was a commercial failure, virtually ruining its director and preventing him from making any further films for a decade.

What makes Vampyr unique as a horror film is that it genuinely does feel like a dream. It has the unsettlingly partial reality of a dream - that curious mix of the familiar and the surreal, with that hazy border between the two. There’s that sense of disconnection that we only ever experience in dreams, of things not quite joining up. And there’s the awareness of the unknown - glimpses of strange images mirroring what lies buried deep within our subconscious - true horror, unfettered, unknown, and utterly terrifying. Vampyr is indeed the stuff of dreams - or rather, nightmares...

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