Black Horror Media Studies: Exploring Horror Noire, Jook Joint, MA, The Twilight Zone, and Us

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I’ve never been scared of scissors, and now I am, thanks a lot Jordan!
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Images from this film look like paintings of nightmares.
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An iconic scene from The Twilight Zone episode entitled Mirror Image.
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An essential documentary that’s been long overdue.
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Why yes! That is a person in blackface makeup.
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Take note of the imagery: Black men are often the Expy for the monster.
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Media history and literacy is essential so that images like this should never ever happen.
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Films have come a long way From Night of the Living Dead to Get Out, or have they?
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Thriller is a legendary piece of work that earned its place in the horror-film-music video hall of fame.
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This comic is for mature audiences so prepare yourself for adult and graphic material.
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Hello MA!
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Octavia Spencer is able to evoke so much with so little.
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Horror for the whole family.
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Editor: We Are Horror Magazine. Writer: An Injustice, Fanfare, Gayly Dreadful, Haw Creek Horror, Rely on Horror, Something Ghoulish, and SUPERJUMP.

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