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Horrible print. The sequences were largely unwatchable by any standard. I believe the title cards were okay. I would not recommend this version.Published 10 months ago by Barry Dylan Morgan
The silent film is one of horror's classics. I really enjoyed the atmosphere but prefer Nosferatu as the best one. Read morePublished on June 2 2011 by freemind12
Two men are sitting on a cement bench by the garden wall. One casually says there are evil spirits all around. Read morePublished on July 1 2007 by bernie
The story is told in a very simplistic manner and the pace is sluggish. The hammy, melodramatic acting really dates the film and causes what was once a horror film to seem... Read morePublished on Aug. 7 2004 by Jonathon Allsopp
It has been rumored for years that when the producers set out to make The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari they intended to end the film with Caligari getting captured and no framing story. Read morePublished on July 1 2004
The cabinet was one of the most remarkable films of the german expressionism.
The bitter gaze about a hollow-eyed sleepwalker (Cesare) who commits murders underthe influence... Read more
I am a very ticked off customer... This is an excellent movie indeed, and I'll let the other reviews speak for themselves in that respect. My question is... Read morePublished on June 10 2004 by California Marmot
I just saw Caligari. I thoroughly recommend it!
Timothy Brock's score is the best score for a silent movie i've heard so far! Read more