Jay Allen Sanford 12:58 a.m., May 21
Carl Dreyer's ingenious, anomalous, experimental horror film, gropingly photographed by Rudolph Maté through a veiled camera that casts a milky haze over the haunted countryside. The vampire is a white-haired old lady; the hero is a nonplussed do-nothing dandy; and the prevailing mood is one of unprecedented malaise. 1932.
— Duncan Shepherd
- Rated NR