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‘Horror Noire’ Slated For Two Local Screenings

Fans of the documentary based on the book by Texas A&M Diversity VP Robin R. Means Coleman can catch a screening at the Queen Theatre Feb. 13 or on campus Feb. 17.
By Sam Peshek, Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications February 12, 2019

Horror fans in the Texas A&M University and Bryan-College Station communities will be able to view two local screenings of “Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror,” a documentary based on a book by Texas A&M Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman.

Community Screening

Campus Screening

  • Rudder Forum, Texas A&M Campus
  • Sunday, Feb. 17 at 1 p.m.
  • Free Admission

The screening Wednesday at the Queen Theatre includes a Q&A session with Coleman facilitated by Texas A&M film studies professor Dan Humphrey and a double feature with “Tales from the Hood” starting at 6 p.m. The event is presented by The Queen’s Film Society and co-sponsored by the Film Studies and Africana Studies departments at Texas A&M.

“Horror Noire” which Coleman executive produced and appears in, debuted Feb. 7 on horror, thriller and supernatural film streaming service Shudder and features commentary from “Get Out” writer and director Jordan Peele.

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