Oh man! Mankind destroys. This video is depressing because it shows Man’s affect on the world. The animation is incredible, and the music is dramatic – which is fitting.
The Balloon Eyes video has so much WTFness in such a small time frame, and no context! But it seems to have an overall positive message – which is nice.
“My First Day” features Anthony Kane, a child who has just been accepted into “WillowDale”. Other wise known as the ‘School for the Dementedly Gifted Lil’ Slashers and Killers’. Aww, they grow up so fast.
This is a horror-comedy film that came out two years after x-rays were invented. For the 19th century, this was otherworldly and frightening. It is around 6th place for first horror related films ever created!
Since it is so old, this video was hard to locate online. However, the British Film Institute has a copy of it on their YouTube Channel! Thanks BFI! 💀
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This 59 minute video is by Absolute History. It is long, but well worth the watch! In the future, I’m sure, there will be videos about how we caused our own deaths.
Umm… around 8:15:
:interviewee offers a book to host:
:touching book: "Is it safe for you to touch?" - Host
"Probably Not" :laughs: "I would wash your hands after." - Interviewee.
This short video showcases the irregular movements of a hairless nude man. It made me gasp, as I was not prepared for such a sporadic lad. 😵
“No Music editing version by Marco Zoi of the official video for Are You Lost In The World Like Me? Taken from These Systems Are Failing – the debut album from Moby & The Void Pacific Choir.” – Video Description.
This movie was produced by Sigmund Neufeld. Video is free to watch online and download at Archive.org.
Dead Men Walk Plot
The story involves a kindly small-town physician Doctor Lloyd Clayton (Zucco). He secretly murders his twin brother Elwyn, because of Elwyn’s deep involvement in satanic occult practices. Only Elwyn’s hunchback assistant Zolarr (Frye) suspects the good doctor of doing away with his master. Zolarr confronts him on this matter, but the doctor maintains that he only acted in self-defense when his brother had become a danger to society.