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Film Review: The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Osbourne (1981)


SYNOPSIS: The film takes place before, during and immediately after the engagement party of Dr.Henry Jekyll and Miss Fanny Osborne, attended by numerous highly respectable guests (a general, a doctor, a priest, a lawyer), the last of which informs the company that a child has been murdered in the street outside. While the others watch a young dancer perform, Dr.Jekyll ...

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Film Review: Mark of The Devil (1970)


SYNOPSIS: Austria – 1770. A time of superstition and religious persecution. Count Cumberland and his evil henchmen torture and kill innocent citizens accusing them of witchcraft. This original uncut version has lost none of its shocking impact. On the outset we are introduced to a cruel and public display of a witch being burned alive. Followed by an introduction of ...

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