Odeon of Death Special Review: The Oh, Man
24 July 2019
The Odeon of Death with a special look the day’s events through the medium of cinema.
The Oh, Man (1976)
A demonic little boy grows up to destroy the United Kingdom, in this classic Brit horror.
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