In today's video, we take a history lesson and travel back in time to some of the earliest works in film. However, because it's my channel, we also take a look at some of the creepiest, eeriest, and downright most unsettling black and white movies ever produced. Some that were deemed too disturbing for modern audiences.
Unit #522: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7_ZYv6nTFatzuhnbY0AIng
Music by Chillhop: https://www.youtube.com/c/chillhopdotcom
"Outskirts" by Deeb:
For as long as Hollywood has been around, filmmakers have endeavored to make dreams come to life. As far back as a century ago, in film’s infancy, attempts at grand spectacle were already being made, and Hollywood has never stopped trying to improve its capacity to blow our minds.
But it was also discovered early on that going straight for the fear center was just as effective, and often cheaper, than giving the audience visions of the fantastic. Here are some early films that are every bit as unsettling today as they were decades ago- some that were even deemed too disturbing for mainstream audiences.
YouTube Videos Used:
1962 - The Brain That Wouldn't Die - Joseph Green | FULL MOVIE
Ah! La barbe! (1906)
The Man Who Laughs (1928) / Человек, который смеётся
L'Inferno (1911) - FULL MOVIE
Dwain Esper's MANIAC (1934) Bill Woods