-Angelica Jade Bastién of Vulture conducted a list of 15 Essential Horror Films starring People of Color.
-Here are some of the films on the list in the cut below.
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
"But a major part of the power of the film is Jones’s striking, empathetic performance, as he struggles to survive getting a grim ending that takes on a different tenor because of his blackness."
Ganja and Hess (1973)
"The film uses its genre premise to explore through a highly stylized, boldly indulgent lens black American identity, sexuality, and religion in a way that lingers long after you finish watching."
-Blade really help to put a map to the Marvel verse (MCU) as we know of now due to its watchability and distinct character. Remember that iconic opening scene in Blade (1998)?
Train to Busan (2016)
-The film is a breath of fresh air in the ubiquitous zombie genre with its visceral and emotional content.
Bonus: At the film's press interview lol
“Out of everyone’s outfit yours is the shortest."
A Tale of Two Sisters (2003)
-A Tale of Two Sisters beneath the horror surface is also about the dynamic between the two sisters.
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