Who sang it?
Who sang it?
Room in a now demolished 1892 mansion.
Still standing (the tree).
Lamborghini Diablo GT (1999)
The Indestructible Hilux
UNETHICAL EXPERIMENTS: SHOCKS FOR PICTURES
In 1862, French neurologist Guillaume Duchenne wanted to test the popular theory (at the time) that the face was directly linked to the soul.
He had already done some work applying electric shocks to patients’ damaged muscles and he reasoned that if he could apply electric currents to a subject’s face he could stimulate the muscles and photograph the results.
One problem was that while it was easy to activate responses with electric shocks, it passed too quickly for the camera to record.
One of the patients at the hospital where Duchenne worked was a shoemaker who suffered from facial paralysis, which meant he would hold facial expressions longer- long enough to photograph.
The above picture is one of the pictures.
Duchenne subjected the shoemaker to over 100 sessions. While it was clearly unethical and pretty painful, Duchenne figured out the muscles required for a genuine smile.
MEMORIA: PSYCHOLOGICAL HORROR SHORT ANIMATION FILM
A guy stumbles into an abandoned house dark. He soon starts to have visions as well as experience supernatural events. The lights start to flicker, the hallways seem to never end, and the ending will make your day a little bit more grey.
A scene of satan eating a human from L’inferno (1911) a 1911 old Italian silent film. It took over 3 years to make and was the first full length Italian feature film. It’s loosely based on The Divine Comedy.
If you are into old, silent films then you can watch it here