Silent Sundays: The Devil’s Hand (1942)

Still from “La main du Diable”

Still from 1942’s La Main du Diable (released as The Devil’s Hand  in the UK and Carnival of Sinners in the USA), directed by Maurice Tourneur (via les sources d’une île).

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Silent Sundays: Madam Satan (1930)

Silent Sundays: Trepanation (1944)

Silent Sundays: La Bibliothèque Infernale (1860)

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7 replies

  1. “Larry had a strong case for why he should be able to paint his house an unapproved color but the HOA board was intimidating and he was not optimistic.”

  2. Brilliantly parodied in the League of Gentlemen Christmas special

  3. The dinner conversation would be stimulating.

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