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Little Blog of Horror XI

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In this month’s Little Blog of Horror, Roy Frumkes recommends a ferocious 1981 film recently re-released by Drafthouse Films.

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Little Blog of Horror X: The Whip Hand

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This month’s Little Blog of Horror is a true horror story: The Hollywood Blacklist was a list of people in the entertainment industry denounced by Senator Joseph McCarthy and the House UnAmerican Activities Committee (HUAC).

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Little Blog of Horror IX: Deadly Distribution

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In our ninth installment of Roy Frumkes’ Little Blog of Horror, Roy discusses the dangers of mismanaged sales & distribution. 

 

My ‘Producing the Horror Film’ class took a turn for the better this past Fall.

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Little Blog of Horror: Remembering Wes Craven

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Wes Craven was Roy Frumkes’ oldest friend in the business.

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Have you seen one of the best reviewed horror film of the past decade, The Babadook?

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Roy Frumkes returns with his Little Blog of Horror.

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These days, who doesn’t love zombies?

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This week Roy’s Little Blog of Horror takes us deeper in the world of a “reasonably interesting personality….”

I not only teach History of Horror, but History of Film Noir.

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There are two Fridays the 13th this Semester – one in February (which just passed) and one in March.

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THE QUATERMASS XPERIMENT was a pivotal production for England’s Hammer Films, adapting the insanely popular early Brit TV series into a no-kids-allowed theatrical version – hence the ‘X’ in the title.  It did great business and steered the company away from film noir quota-quickies and into sci-fi-horror and, shortly thereafter, into the Gothic Horror field that would be the company’s bread-and-butter and their legacy.

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What splatter films to watch for Thanksgiving…?  That is a difficult question, since all the studios hit hard with Halloween releases, and Thanksgiving is not widely considered to be a time for gore.

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Roy Frumkes on Horror

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This week we are posting the first blog in our new monthly blog series, Roy Frumkes on Horror.

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