Come to Engine Room Art Space October 7th at 8pm! We are showing "Nosferatu" a German Expressionist adaptation of Dracula. This movie was made in 1922 but remains one of the best horror movies ever made. This groundbreaking film pioneered not only the vampire film genre and our understanding of mythology, but horror genre and film making as a whole with its innovative use of light and shadow to affect mood. Paul Cogle, a musician involved in many great bands and music projects (Slagstorm, Akris, Nagato, Black Blizzard) will be adding foley and atmospheric music to enhance your movie experience! For one night only, Engine Room Art Space will transform into a spooky victorian mansion perched on a rocky cliff, surrounded by fog and you'll feel like you're a part of the film!