Satan’s Harvest, a film by George Montgomery (as Douglas K. Stone), 1970

Satan's Harvest, a film by George Montgomery (as Douglas K. Stone), 1970

Satan’s Harvest, 1970

A film by George Montgomery (as Douglas K. Stone)

“Murdock inherits an estate in Africa, on which “Satan’s Harvest” (heroin and marijuana) is grown. The thugs growing the drugs want him out of the way, so things get messy.” (IMDB)

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A week of tragic violence

The management team of Face Activities extends our sympathies to the victims of the horrific Synogogue mass-casualty event in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in which 11 innocent people lost their lives, and the tragic shooting incident at a Kroger in Kentucky, where two African Americans lost their lives.

These despicable crimes are outrages, and part of the same week of hate which also included 14 attempted bombings by a deranged Trump supporter. The degree of hatred and the lack of empathy required to commit such acts is truly shocking.

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Devil Times Five, a film by Sean MacGregor, David Sheldon (uncredited), 1974

Devil Times Five, a film by Sean MacGregor, David Sheldon (uncredited)1974

Devil Times Five, 1974

A film by Sean MacGregor, David Sheldon (uncredited)

“Five extremely disturbed, sociopathic children escape from their psychiatric transport and are taken in unwittingly by a group of adult villagers on winter vacation.” (IMDB)

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Little Lulu: Cad and Caddy, an animated short by Famous Studios, 1947

Little Lulu: Cad and Caddy, an animated short by Famous Studios, 1947

Little Lulu: Cad and Caddy, 1947

An animated short by Izzy Sparber (as I. Sparber)

“Lulu plans her revenge against a distressed golfer who refuses to give her a lollipop after he promised her one for caddying for him.” (IMDB)

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Invisible Strangler (aka The Astral Factor), a film by Fred Jordan and Earle Lyon, 1978

Invisible Strangler (aka The Astral Factor), a film by Fred Jordan and Earle Lyon, 1976

Invisible Strangler (aka The Astral Factor), 1978

A film by Fred Jordan and Earle Lyon

“A convicted strangler, studying the paranormal in his jail cell, learns to make himself invisible. As an invisible man, he escapes from prison to stalk and strangle the five women who testified against him at his trial. Robert Foxworth plays the police lieutenant assigned to protect them, and to catch the invisible strangler.” (IMDB)

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Lady Frankenstein, 1971

Lady-Frankenstein

Lady Frankenstein, 1971

By Mel Welles & Aureliano Luppi (co-director)

Dr. Frankenstein’s daughter continues the work of her brilliant but tragically flawed father.

“When Dr. Frankenstein is killed by a monster he created, his daughter and his lab assistant Marshall continue his experiments. The two fall in love and attempt to transplant Marshall’s brain in to the muscular body of a retarded servant Stephen, in order to prolong the aging Marshall’s life. Meanwhile, the first monster seeks revenge on the grave robbers who sold the body parts used in its creation to Dr. Frankenstein. Soon it comes after Marshall and the doctor’s daughter.” (IMDB)

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Nursery Scandal, an animated short by Van Beuren Studios, 1932

Nursery Scandal, an animated short by Van Beuren Studios, 1932

Nursery Scandal, 1932

An animated short by Van Beuren Studios

“It’s nighttime in the forest. The man in the moon whistles, and gnomes emerge from a hole in the bottom of a tree. The gnomes dance. Three of them find a book placed open and upside down on the ground. It’s the Mother Goose fairy tales…” (IMDB)

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