However, unless you know which color is the color used for highlighting, it's impossible to know which is selected!
In such cases, it's better to have an icon appear next to the selected option.
This is a Digiview bootleg of the original Arrow Entertainment release, the special is wonderful but, typical Digiview, they plaster their name all over the DVD, I love the cover art but they misspelled Max Schreck's name.
I wonder if this fell out of copyright because all Digiview product is public domain.
I remember seeing some reviewed and/or advertised in the music magazine Alternative Press.
The first version of it I had watched that had a gothic music soundtrack was the DVD Nosferatu: The First Vampire with music by Type O-Negative. I just watched this one, Nosferatu: A Gothic Industrial Mix (Nosferatu: A Tale of Gothic Horror as the opening titles have it) with "music by Rozz Williams of Christian Death and Electric Hellfire Club." Again, not bad. Stylistically, it can vary pretty widely, sounding similar to rock, or techno, or heavy metal, etc.
I know the original 1922 film is public domain, but is this specific version PD?
I don't know, I have every version of this out there (1998 VHS, 2001 DVD, 2006 DVD and now this one).
As with a number of DVDs whose menus feature only two options ("play movie" and "scene selection"), the selected option is a different color than the deselected one.To this day there are still revivals of Nosferatu with live accompaniment, particularly around Halloween.It can be interesting to listen to different musicians' ideas of what appropriate accompaniment might be.At least Digiview is defunct so they can't rip off anyone else. Before Bela Lagosi put on the black cape to play Dracula, Max Schreck played the vampire (under the name of Count Orlock.), and he has remains the scariest vampire ever to be filmed.I know this must be in a legal tangle because of the Type O Negative soundtrack and royalties had to be paid to them, maybe that is the reason Digiview is defunct. You have to see this movie to fully understand what I mean. The story is the same as Dracula but it is told differently.