"We’re not gonna lie to you, fans. Things are bad all over for quality horror cinema. A recent article at Moviemaker.com pointed the current ills of the genre, but let me expand on just how bad the problem is and possible solutions to the problem. As the article pointed out, young horror directors are having trouble cracking the horror audience, the old guard directors like George Romero (although beloved by this commentator) can’t put butts on the theater seats, and Hollywood doesn’t care about the discerning horror fan instead delivering forgettable, terrible PG-13 horror flops one after another. Americanizations and remakes are disappointing fans all over the board. And for the enterprising indie horror filmmaker, chances are that your well-crafted, smart horror flick just won’t be released theatrically regardless of how many awards you win of how much fan buzz your film garners."
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