‘The Black Cat’ is a marvellous and unusual silkscreen print created by Eelus with paper cut elements. With hand finishing in spray paint this spooky print is a signed limited edition of The black cat has awesome piercing yellow eyes and
The story of THE BLACK CAT (Edgar G. Ulmer, 1934), which takes only the title of Poe, is dark and disturbing, even by the standards of today. Bela Lugosi plays Dr. Vitus Werdegast, a worshiper of Satan, which sacrifices women, and keeps their bodies kept in the dungeons of his mansion, which is located on the remains of a concentration camp.
The first of two appearances by the 1934 Boris Karloff/Bela Lugosi horror The Black Cat, taken from the Poe story. This is the "Style D" one-sheet, which went for $286,800 in 2007. Look at those cat's eyes!
photo David Manners classic horror film The Black Cat 1507-35