Who knew Werner Herzog’s Nosferatu had an unofficial sequel?

Well, the production-plagued Klaus Kinski starrer, Vampire in Venice, aka Nosferatu in Venice, is a weird one – and while not as good as its predecessor, is nonetheless an oddly compelling, lovely film.

I mean, it can’t help but be – lensed in the gorgeous city of Venice.

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