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TCM is airing "A Night at the Movies: Horror" with Stephen King on Monday, October 3rd, which features King talking about the genre of horror films from early days to the present day, including some of his own. In addition, the network is showing seven classic horror films in conjunction with the show.
TCM’s "A Night at the Movies" specials are written, produced and directed by Laurent Bouzereau, an award-winning filmmaker and author. Bouzereau has created many documentaries on the making of films by some of the world’s most acclaimed filmmakers, including Peter Bogdanovich, Brian De Palma, William Friedkin, Alfred Hitchcock, David Lean, George Lucas, Roman Polanski, Steven Spielberg and many others. His most recent books include The Art of Bond and Alfred Hitchcock: Piece by Piece.
Here are a few of King's quotes from "A Night at the Movies: Horror":
"The horror genre is an extremely delicate thing. »
- The Woman In Black
Randy asks lots of questions, but only has the answer for one: which wine shall I drink next?
Do vampires really stalk the world after dark? To quote Robert Preston from Blake Edwards’ “S.O.B.,” “Is Batman a transvestite? Who knows?” Don’t look for any definitive answers in The Mark of the Vampire. After the movie is over, your questions will remain and a few new new ones will appear. You’ll wonder “How’d they ever fall for that?” You’ll marvel, “How do they grow those bats so huge in South America?” You’ll cry aloud, “Who shot Bela Lugosi?”
Thanks to some heavy-handed editing, the wound in Lugosi’s head raises more bullet questions than the Zapruder film did. We don’t see how that bullet hole got there or how many gunmen may have been involved. We don’t even know if the man with the umbrella was in the shot. »
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