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Happy birthday weekend to raconteur and saucy Victorian bon vivant Oscar Wilde. The author of The Picture of Dorian Gray knows a thing or two about crafting a deliciously dreadful tale — his own film having been adapted for horror cinema multiple times. With Halloween approaching, and Wilde’s “immoral” tale in mind, we decided to […]
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