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Horror Movies Can (And Should) Be About More Than Just White People Problems

5 January 2015 2:32 PM, PST | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

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2014 came and went and I’m now looking ahead towards the horror of 2015.  A quick google search popped up Crimson Peak, Poltergeist, The Final Girls, What We Do In The Shadows, It Follows, Amityville: The Awakening, Phantasam V, Scouts Vs. Zombies, Kitchen Sink, and a slew of other titles.  With the exception of One character in The Vatican Tapes, this year’s major horror releases look like nothing more than a bunch of stories about white people problems.  Horror is one of the most profitable genres, but it also produces a much higher quantity of films a year compared to others.  Considering how tiresome remakes and reboots have become over the last few years, original horror has been craved and praised by fans, but it seems like horror is still more or less the exact same formula being regurgitated for a different era.  As far as »

- BJ Colangelo

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