From ‘Blacula’ to ‘Get Out,’ the evolution of Black horror films

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“The Black Guy Dies First: Black Horror Cinema from Fodder to Oscar” by Robin R. Means Coleman’s and Mark H. Harris; Gallery/Saga Press (327 pages, $27.99) ——— If you want to survive a horror movie, there are a few things to remember. Always make sure your phone is charged. Avoid abandoned farmhouses. If you absolutely must go inside, do not go in the basement. Oh, and remember: “The Black Guy Dies First.” That’s the title of Robin R. Means Coleman’s and Mark H. Harris’ sometimes funny, sometimes furious pop-culture history tracing “Black horror cinema from fodder to Oscar.” And it’s a reminde…

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