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Shudder Announces Original DOC, ‘Horror Noire’

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Shudder announces new documentary, Horror Noire. The shudder original documentary is based on the book by Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman’s “Horror Noire.” The book, “traces the history of notable characterizations of blackness in horror cinema, and examines key levels of black participation on screen and behind the camera.” The documentary will feature interviews with Jordan Peele (Us), Tony Todd (Candyman), and many more. The film is produced by Fangoria Editor-in-Chief, Phil Nobile Jr. and GraveyardShiftSisters‘ Ashlee Blackwell. Horror Noire premiers on Shudder, Thursday, February 7.

Check out the trailer!!! And peep the amazing one-sheet art by the one and only “Ghoulish” Gary Pulin! @ghoulishgary

Christian A. Morán
Christian A. Morán has been working on feature films, shorts, music videos and in documentaries, for which he won an award in 2002 at the Aurora Film Festival. As a Production Manager and Senior Editor at Media Blasters Inc., he has worked on and revived numerous Cult and Horror titles such as Lucio Fulci's Zombie 2, Takashi Miike's Ichi the Killer and One Missed Call. He also worked on post-production for Fever Dreams' feature, "Shadow: Dead Riot", starring Tony Todd of Candyman and worked on "Death Trance" directed by Yuji Shimomura and starring Versus' Tak Sakaguchi. Christian has also worked on animated titles including Invader Zim, Berserk, Giant Robo, Samurai Deeper Kyo, 12 Kingdoms and Voltron: Defender of the Universe. He also produced and edited a promotion video for a branch of The United Nations called Alliance of Civilizations which featured President Barack Obama. Currently, he is working with legendary producer Roger Corman and Code Red DVD, who handle titles from MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer). At this time he is producing and directing his own films such as Silentious (2013), Flawed God (2014), Halloween Treat (2014) and the award winning film, Let's Play Dead Girl (2015).

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