African American Horror Movies

While there hasn't been a lot of African-American Horror films made, there are some notable ones that have left memorable impressions on their audiences.

The most famous and well-known Black Horror movie is "Blacula" which was first released in 1972 and starred William Marshall as Blacula. The sequel to this movie was "Scream, Blacula, Scream" which also starred William Marshall and was released a year later.

Check out this list of Horror films to see if you have been frightened by them all!

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black horror movies
Movie Title
Abby - The Black Exorcist      
Blacula      
JD's Revenge      
Petey Wheatstraw - The Devil's Son-In-Law      
Scream, Blacula, Scream      
Son of Ingagi      
Tales from the Hood      
       
african american horror movies continued
Movie Title
Beast Must Die, The        
Blackenstein        
Bones (New Line Platinum Series)     
Def by Temptation     
Dr. Black & Mr. Hyde    
Ganja & Hess (VHS only)      
House on Skull Mountain (VHS only)      
Night of the Cobra Woman (VHS only)      
Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror       
The Thing With Two Heads/The Incredible Two-Headed Transplant       
Twilight People, The (VHS only)      
Vampire in Brooklyn       
       
       
       
       
       
       
 

 

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