Category Archives: 30’s horror

Tod Browning’s Freaks (1932)

The exploitation of those considered abnormal or unusual, through the ages has long been considered entertainment for the masses. Genetic mutations or defects, physical abnormalities or disabilities, and mental afflictions have all had their share of audiences line up and … Continue reading

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