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A Legacy of Horror Films
Halloween in Hollywood

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Everyone loves a good scare, and nothing can chill and thrill an audience like a great horror movie. From low-budget cult classics to Hollywood blockbusters, these films can be jolting rollercoaster rides or creepy psychological shockers providing sly commentary on the state of the world around us. The filmmakers who have captured nightmares on film include such visionaries as Alfred Hitchcock, Kathryn Bigelow, Francis Ford Coppola, Tim Burton and Stanley Kubrick, along with many other innovative talents both behind and in front of the camera. Come along for a haunting look at the films that continue to make viewers afraid of things that go bump in the night…
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Exclusive Q&As with Three Legendary Horror Masters

Roger Corman


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Joe Dante


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John Landis


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A Salute to Vincent Price

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Horror icon Vincent Price appeared in numerous classic shockers including "House on Haunted Hill," "The Masque of the Red Death" and "Theatre of Blood." To celebrate his 100th birthday in 2011, three filmmakers discuss the impact of his career and the genre for which he is best known: Roger Corman, who directed Price in eight features in the 1960s; John Landis, whose groundbreaking music video for Michael Jackson’s "Thriller" features Price’s narration; and Joe Dante, whose films reflect the strong influence of and enduring affection for the classic horror era.

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