The Black Cat, set in 1840 Philadelphia, has the great writer Edgar Allan Poe, struggling with alcoholism, writers block, as well as being out of ideas, short on cash, and tormented by his wife Virginia's black cat that will either destroy his life or inspire him to write one of his most famous stories. Written by
masters of horror
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Edgar Allan Poe
I have little sense of the world around me. Such is my genius.
Perversity "The human thirst for self torture." See more
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