“The Scene That Shook Me: The Black Cat (1934)”
At BiffBamPop the Gutter’s own Carol writes about a scene that shook her in Edgar Ulmer’s Universal horror film, The Black Cat (1934). “[The Black Cat] is a film I never expected to leave me harrowed and shook, but it has. There is incest, rape, torture, a Black Mass, pedophilia, necrophilia and at the end the scene that shook me: one man skinning another alive.”
Tagged as: 1930s, 2020s, Bela Lugosi, Biff Bam Pop, Black Mass, Boris Karloff, Carol Borden, Carpathia, David Manners, Edgar Ulmer, film history, horror, horror history, Julie Bishop, movies, murder, necrophilia, pedophilia, revenge, Satanism, serial killers, The Black Cat, torture, USA, war, World War I
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