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I envision that Horror Noire will become a canonical work for film history buffs and horror aficionados alike.
Horror Noire isn't just a documentary, it is a snapshot of Black American history through the lens of horror.
Xavier Burgin's documentary is not only a terrific look at black characters in American cinema, but also the importance of cinema studies.
Shudder has assembled a team of experts to document black history in horror cinema.
It's a painfully overdue education in cinema that should be essential viewing for film students and film buffs alike.
Sleekly produced, internally cohesive, and wildly overdue, Horror Noire offers up some much-needed diversity in the long line of horror documentation.
Without a doubt, Horror Noire is one of the most important entertainment documentaries to ever come along, genre or otherwise.
Horror Noire is more than a mere exploration of the horror genre, it is a necessary and sobering look at America's complicated relationship with race.
Horror Noire crams a lot within its short time frame, but it's always entertaining, and like the best horror films, the documentary will certainly hold up under repeat viewings.
Offers a timely and engaging perspective on black representation in American cinema.
Horror Noire is essential viewing for any cinema fan. A documentary that isn't afraid to have the subjects praise, and just as often damn, the features that have inspired countless people to pursue horror.
HORROR NOIRE is essential. Each era of film is analyzed with a uniquely personal and perspicacious scope while also reflecting on the historical events and popular crimes which adhered to frustrating stereotypes and invisibility within the genre.
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