Robert Saucedo knows his horror films. As the Programming Director for Alamo Drafthouse, Saucedo is an expert on all things filmmaking, and the horror film genre is no different. Alamo Drafthouse hosts a month-long horror movie celebration every fall, paying homage to the monsters, ghosts, ghouls, slashers, demons, and aliens that have terrified audiences since the film began.
Saucedo shared his take on the horror film genre and explored some of the more subtle nuances of a horror film.
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