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This is a TV behind-the-scene documentary of the classic horror. It has all the main contributors and most of the main points. The only one missing is the late Donald Pleasence. It doesn't have anything on the new one coming in 2018. It does have the ugly stepchild that is Rob Zombie. Mostly, it's about the original and not so much about the sequels. This is solid work about a horror which changed a genre and cinema and the audience.
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