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FRIDAY'S FURY: F. w/ C.S. 69 CC&CBC - A Look At Asian Horror

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On Tonight's Show::
~ White Terrorism - Sick Whitey - Trick Whitey - Slick Whitey WIC Whitey - Global Bullies
~ AYN RANDISM - What Is Whitey Plotting? 
~ CREEPY CRAKKKA CINEMA 6 - CREEPY CRAKKKA & CHANG BANG CINEMA: A Look At Asian Horror 
We will focus on the realm of the wicked - how bloodlust, angst, and the occult have combined to transform entertainment.  Modern horror has given way to slasher flicks..a far cry from the monster movies of old.  As H.P. Lovecraft gain new admirers in the 1960's, the fame of his writing inspired Denny O'Neil's efforts on Batman; and fellow New England author Stephen King.  Carrie is regarded as a modern tale of witchcraft and vengeance; but given that it was written by Stephen King..a more lurid picture emerges of an author enamored with the spilled blood of youths.  As technology improved, and color film became the normal format for television and motion pictures, the slasher flicks and off-the-record snuff films gained popularity as wicked audiences craved blood lust and murder.  The love of the occult was also a source of fiction.  Games such as Dungeons & Dragons, and several horror films touched upon witchcraft, occultism, and a quest for power among the powerless.  And as the lore of slasher flicks flourished..serial killers grew in popularity; children and other innocents were murdered; cults grew in the darkness; and the wicked tried to reign in shadows, and wreck havoc on society at large.
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