Interesting look at the evolution of American horror films from the silents up to 2009. I enjoyed most of this, but I am no fan of horror films of the modern age and so that section wasn't too entertaining for me. The interviews with John Carpenter, George Romero and others are very interesting and they do have a lot to say.
The film somtimes gets too political especially when badmouthing great men like Ronald Regan and whining about the 80's, which was a good time in American history. I also found this a little disturbing as the call Regan a madman in so many words and yet they praise serial killers and psychopaths. This is simply how liberals think. They should actually have been talking about Barak Obama and his sick little mind, but oh well.
It is a good documentary, but as with so many things today they have to get political and spew liberal garbage everywhere.
I will recommend this as a well made film, but I can't rate it higher than a 6 on a scale of 1 to 10.
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