100 Years of Horror

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Released 1996

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100 Years of Horror

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Director:
Ted Newsom
Released:
1996
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100 Years of Horror is a multi-volume documentary series that chronicles the most terrifying films of our time. The film is produced, written and directed by Ted Newsom. Christopher Lee, the King of Horror himself, narrates. Classics (old and new) such as Dracula, Frankenstein, Nightmare on Elm Street and Poltergeist are relived, discussed and dissected. The film features interviews with icons Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Peter Cushing and John Carpenter among many other legends of the genre. Robert De Niro, Hugh Hefner and Jamie Lee Curtis (the Scream Queen herself) also appear. The film includes rare outtakes, screen tests, private collection photographs, behind the scenes footage as well as the films' most memorable scenes. 100 Years of Horror is the first and by far the most comprehensive documentary of its kind ever made. The film is simultaneously informative and entertaining. This documentary compacts one century's worth of terrifying treasures into one brilliant masterpiece.
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