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'Lovecraft Country' Creator Aims To Reclaim The Horror Genre For People Of Color

The HBO series Lovecraft Country takes the real horrors of the Black experience in the 1950s and adds to it the supernatural terrors of the horror genre. Series creator Misha Green says she sees the show — and the novel by Matt Ruff upon which it is based — as a chance to reclaim "the genre space for people of color and for people who had usually been left out of it."

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David Cronenberg on 'A History of Violence'

He's been called the King of Venereal Horror. He directed the films M. Butterfly, The Fly, Dead Ringers and Naked Lunch, all of which tell a story of sexually deviant behavior. In the film Crash he continued the theme, combining sex and car wrecks. His new film A History of Violence is a psychological thriller about one man's potential for violence.

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David Cronenberg on 'A History of Violence'

He's been called the King of Venereal Horror. He directed the films M. Butterfly, The Fly, Dead Ringers and Naked Lunch, all of which tell a story of sexually deviant behavior. In the film Crash he continued the theme, combining sex and car wrecks. His new film A History of Violence is a psychological thriller about one man's potential for violence.

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David Cronenberg on 'A History of Violence'

He's been called the King of Venereal Horror. He directed the films M. Butterfly, The Fly, Dead Ringers and Naked Lunch, all of which tell a story of sexually deviant behavior. In the film Crash he continued the theme, combining sex and car wrecks. His new film A History of Violence is a psychological thriller about one man's potential for violence.

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B-Movie Director Roger Corman (Part 2)

Corman is known as the king of the B-movies, having made hundreds of the low-budget productions. He created classics such as The Little Shop of Horrors, The St. Valentine's Day Massacre and The Wild Angels. Many actors got their start acting in his films, including Peter Fonda and Jack Nicholson. He tells the story of his filmmaking career in How I Made a Hundred Movies in Hollywood and Never Lost a Dime. (Rebroadcast from Aug. 2, 1990.)

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Victoria Price, Actress and Daughter of Vincent Price

Victoria Price is the daughter of actor Vincent Price, who was best known as the "king of horror" for his performances in horror films. He starred in a number of Roger Corman's films including House of Usher, The Pit and the Pendulum, Tales of Terror, The Raven, and The Masque of the Red Death. Victoria is the author of the book: Vincent Price: A Daughter's Biography. (Rebroadcast from Oct. 28, 1999.)

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