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Nosferatu is a 1922 silent German Expressionist film by F. W. Murnau, starring Max Schreck as the vampire Count Orlok.
Nosferatu may also refer to:
- Nosferatu (word), a synonym for "vampire" first mentioned by Emily Gerard and popularized by Bram Stoker
- Nosferatu the Vampyre, a 1979 horror film by Werner Herzog
- Nosferatu: The First Vampire, a 1998 horror film by Wayne Keeley
- Nosferatu (World of Darkness), a vampire clan in the World of Darkness fictional universe
- Nosferatu, a vampire-type monster for the Ravenloft setting of Advanced Dungeons & Dragon 2nd Edition
- Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi, a 2003 horror PC game
- Nosferatu (video game), a 1994 Super Nintendo Entertainment System game by Seta Corporation
- Nosferatu, a monster included in the 2001 video game Resident Evil Code: Veronica
- CFA-44 Nosferatu, a fictional fighter in Ace Combat 6
- Nosferatu (band), an English gothic rock band
- Nosferatu, a 1988 soundtrack by Art Zoyd
- Nosferatu (Helstar album), a 1989 metal album by Helstar
- Nosferatu (Hugh Cornwell and Robert Williams album), 1979
- Nosferatu (Popol Vuh album), a 1978 soundtrack
- Nosferatu (John Zorn album), 2012
- Nosferatu, a 2005 album by Bloodbound
- "Nosferatu", a song by Blue Öyster Cult from Spectres
- "Nosferatu Man", a song by Slint from Spiderland
- Nosferatu (genus), a genus of cichlid fishes
- Batman: Nosferatu, a comic book
- Nosferatu an alien race in the Judge Dredd comic strip
- Nosferatu (comics), a 2010 graphic novel
- Nosferatu, a seasonal beer from the Great Lakes Brewing Company
- NOS4A2 (pronounced Nosferatu), a 2013 novel by Joe Hill
- NOS-4-A2, a robotic vampire from the Buzz Lightyear of Star Command animated series.
- Nosferatu Zodd, a character from the anime and manga Berserk
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