Maybe that should read Sinema Silhouette #8. Hallowe'en is quickly approaching, and the movies playing in the theater room around here this year are all about scary fun. From Mervyn LeRoy, one of those old-studio system directors who seems to have directed just about every type of film during his long career, comes this deep silhouette shot from The Bad Seed (1956). Sure, the bouncy music helps to put us in the right mood for the scene in which our little sociopath destroys the evidence of her bloodthirsty crime in full view of her overwrought mother, but drenching the dastardly deed in darkness brings the whole thing together, don't you think? Devilishly fun.