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Häxan: Witchcraft Through The Ages (1922)

Adam Green - April 11, 2018 in devil, documentary, Häxan, occult, sorcery, witchcraft, Witchcraft Through The Ages, witches

Curious and groundbreaking mix of documentary and silent horror cinema, written and directed by Benjamin Christensen.

Häxan: Witchcraft Through The Ages (1922)

Adam Green - April 11, 2018 in best of films, best of occult, devil, documentary, Häxan, occult, sorcery, witchcraft, Witchcraft Through The Ages, witches

Curious and groundbreaking mix of documentary and silent horror cinema, written and directed by Benjamin Christensen.

The Infernal Cauldron (1903)

Adam Green - October 27, 2016 in cauldron, devil, early film, fire, Georges Méliès

Short film by Georges Méliès, released through his Star Film Company, featuring demons, flames, spectres, and a brilliant array of the film-maker's usual arsenal of tricks.

The Infernal Cauldron (1903)

Adam Green - October 27, 2016 in cauldron, devil, early film, fire, Georges Méliès

Short film by Georges Méliès, released through his Star Film Company, featuring demons, flames, spectres, and a brilliant array of the film-maker's usual arsenal of tricks.

The Infernal Cauldron (1903)

Adam Green - October 27, 2016 in cauldron, devil, early film, fire, Georges Méliès

Short film by Georges Méliès, released through his Star Film Company, featuring demons, flames, spectres, and a brilliant array of the film-maker's usual arsenal of tricks.

The Infernal Cauldron (1903)

Adam Green - October 27, 2016 in cauldron, devil, early film, fire, Georges Méliès

Short film by Georges Méliès, released through his Star Film Company, featuring demons, flames, spectres, and a brilliant array of the film-maker's usual arsenal of tricks.

The Infernal Cauldron (1903)

Adam Green - October 27, 2016 in cauldron, devil, early film, fire, Georges Méliès

Short film by Georges Méliès, released through his Star Film Company, featuring demons, flames, spectres, and a brilliant array of the film-maker's usual arsenal of tricks.