Fellowship alert! We’re scaring up some Halloween fun with another silent movie classic, again with Musical Director Dr. Steven Seigart on the Lively-Fulcher organ.
We present a film screening of F. W. Murnau’s classic 1922 horror movie Nosferatu, accompanied by a live organ soundtrack by Dr. Seigart. The film will be screened in its entirety in restored form (81 mins) and is not recommended for children under the age of 13.
Consistently ranked one of the top ten horror films of all time, Nosferatu is the original Dracula movie, portrayed here by Max Schreck. It tells the story of estate agent Thomas Hutter and his terrifying new client, Court Orlock, who, at Hutter’s suggestion, agrees to move from his Transylvanian castle to become Hutter’s next door neighbor, especially after seeing a picture of Hutter’s wife. But when townspeople start turning up dead, Hutter begins to fear his worst suspicions might be true.
There are two ways to watch the film:
- You can tune in on Facebook Live via the Meeting House’s Facebook Page to watch the livestream; or
- For our members and their guests only: you can attend a socially-distant, masks-required screening offsite. Look for details in members-only Meeting House communications on how to RSVP.
Gates will open at 6 p.m. and we will show some short films from 6:30 until the feature presentation. This screening is free, with a suggested $20 donation to cover the cost of this and future fellowship events.
At this time, the in-person screening at the cemetery is only open to church members and their guests (a maximum of eight  per group, a maximum of 10 groups [80 attendees max]). Masks will be required—and don’t forget a blanket or lawn chair, some snacks, warm fall clothing, and a flashlight!