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'Masters Of Horror': premature burial

Halloween just won't be the same without Showtime's Masters Of Horror, the anthology series that gave veteran horror writers and directors like John Landis license to do the scariest, grisliest thing they could think of for 60 minutes. The show is gone, a casualty not of ratings but a series of mergers and corporate takeovers that erased all the foreign co-production deals that bankrolled it. Dennis Kucinich even as we speak is preparing a speech exposing how globalization has destroyed our domestic zombie film industry.


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