The Hands of Orlac (1924), in which a famous pianist loses his hands in a train wreck, and has them replaced with one of the most oft-copied plot devices in the history of horror¬†cinema…

Schizoid (1980), in which the infamous Golan and Globus hire the writer/director of the “Dallas” and “Dyansty” pilots to make them a much-belated wannabe¬†giallo


The Student of Prague (1913), in which one of the earliest 30-year-old teenagers on record sells his soul to hell for a fortune big enough to impress a countess, and gets about what you’d expect from the deal.

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