The Castro Theatre rings out the last three weeks of 2015 with a dazzling variety of comedy, drama and Hollywood musical fare. Nosferatu, Phantom Der Nacht German-born director Werner Herzog is uniquely suited to reimagine F. W. Murnau's silent-era horror masterpiece, featuring Klaus Kinski as the tortured Count Dracula, co-starring Swiss filmmaker Bruno Ganz, with music... Rare showing of the German-language version, with English subtitles. Michael Mann's evocative fairy tale is supported by a musical score from Tangerine Dream. Peaches Christ is mistress of ceremonies for the 40th anniversary of director Curt McDowell's underground classic. It kicks off in a dusty old mansion where four men, three women and a randy gorilla will spend a bumpy night indulging their taboo erotic fantasies. Ghostbusters A Saturday Night Live comedy team distracted Reagan-era liberals with this goofy special-effects-driven tale. Plus Night of the Comet Director Thom Eberhardt created this sci-fi comedy after chats with teenage girls about their end-of-the-world fantasies.