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‘American Scary’ review by Travis Lytle • Letterboxd August 23, 2012

Posted by sandyclaus in American Scary.
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Talking heads and vintage tape-quality clips populate this documentary detaling American televisions so-called horror hosts from the latter half of the 20th century. The film is not grounbreaking or necessarily deep, but it paints a loving portrait of the quirky personalities who brought horror flicks into the homes of Americans before the days of VCRs, video stores, DVDs, and Netflix. “American Scary” is an interesting and light look at a televsion staple of a time that, unfortunately, has now passed.

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