Chills, thrills, and disturbing situations are the fertile fields of the Halloween season as the Dryden Theatre presents four programs to keep you up at night. Also part of our Silent Tuesdays series, Nosferatu (F. W. Murnau, 1922) sinks its teeth into the season with the first cinematic adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, haunting you with live piano accompaniment by Philip C. Carli. Then, previewing Rochester’s Polish Film Festival, director Andrzej Wajda brings us Wesele, in which a turn-of-the-century wedding is complicated by spectral visitations of Poland’s past. If that weren’t enough, we’ll present two programs of short films by an established master of the genre with . . .