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Like any other field, not everything is black and white.
As the title implies, there isn't a focus on influential foreign horror films like The Haunting, Twitch of the Death Nerve, Videodrome or Demons.
Overall, then, "Nightmares" is a great doc if all you care about is a history lesson on horror movies.
I was shocked at what good shape this DVD was in..box was perfect and no scratches on disc...it arrived toady and I promptly had sex with it right there at the mailbox.Published 13 months ago by Jah
The beginning of this doc is somewhat good and well informed. It starts with the silent films and Universals horror franchise. Has a mediocre section about 1950's sci-fi. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Fred J. Holycross
Pretty good documentary. Liked it alot. Found it interesting to watch how scary movies in America have evolved over the decades. We really got messed up in the 60s.Published 16 months ago by Joseph D. Delk
nightmares in red white and blue does have some good points but at times it felt like they could of been a bit longer and could of talk about certain horror movies that were scary... Read morePublished 16 months ago by amudge
I enjoyed learning about American horror films, but as a teacher, I'm a bit disappointed that I can't show it to my students because of the nudity.Published on December 6, 2012 by Susan M. Peyton
"Nightmares In Red White and Blue", is a particularly well-done history lesson of the Horror movie genre. Read morePublished on October 29, 2012 by Todd O'Rourke
When it comes to film-making, horror flicks have carved out quite a nice little existence for themselves. Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by Zachary Koenig
Perhaps I was expecting too much from this film but I eagerly picked it up on the day it came out, hoping for a profound statement of the evolution of American Cinema and horror's... Read morePublished on January 7, 2011 by Thomas Napier