Spending Halloween with A. Merritt


Over at Amazing Stories, I’m celebrating Halloween by looking at how the vintage horror novels of A. Merritt fared when it came to film adaptations. The first in the two-part series of posts examines Seven Footprints to Satan, a novel about the machinations of a quasi-supernatural crimelord which was, rather oddly, adapted into a knockabout comedy about a Harold Lloyd lookalike being hassled by a bloke with a black sheet over his head. How did this shift come about? Read and see, dearies…

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