This weekend, Murray State's Cinema International celebrates Halloween with the seminal 1922 horror classic "Nosferatu." The silent film puts a German expressionist spin on the story of Count Dracula and, thanks to director F.W. Murnau (muhr-NOW) it invented much of the visual language of modern horror movies. And, when you get right down to it, "Nosferatu" is still creepy, even after almost a century. Todd Hatton speaks with Cinema International director Dr. Therese St. Paul and MSU theatre professor Dr.