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3 things about Edgar G. Ulmer’s THE BLACK CAT

The Black Cat [1934] 1. A selection of knives laid out neatly across his desk. 2. Supernatural baloney. 3. Vitrines of dead women.

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3 things about Edgar G. Ulmer’s THE STRANGE WOMAN

The Strange Woman [1946] 1. She seductively shows off the bruises from her father’s beating. 2. “But … the rain. You know what happens to the roads in the rain.” “Yes. They get very muddy, but they don’t change the … Continue reading

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