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Nightmares in Red, White and Blue (2009) Movie Information

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Andrew Monument


Lance Henriksen
Joe Dante
Mick Garris
George A. Romero
John Carpenter
Roger Corman





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Andrew Monument talks with American directors across the horror genre to discuss the history of horror films in America, where they got their inspirations from, and how the real world played a part in the development of the genre as we know it today. -- Leighann Paige

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Chris Kavan 08/21/2016 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Consider this a primer of American horror films. Some of the biggest names in horror, including Roger Corman, Mick Garris, George A. Romero and John Carpenter discuss the evolution of horror from the earliest examples known up to the current (as of 2009 when the documentary was made) state of horror. While I wish it would have gone deeper, it is, none-the-less, a good look into the horror genre and how it was shaped.

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Leighann Paige 01/23/2016 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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For those interested in learning more about the history and evolution of American horror films, this is the go-to film. Not only are renowned horror directors speaking about their own works, but they're also commenting on old classics that inspired them and how history shaped what we know as horror today. The pacing is a bit weird in spots, but otherwise it's a great watch for any horror movie fan.

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