You know the name Mick Garris. He’s the ardent horror and weird fantasy film fan who parlayed his passions for all things odd into a thriving career as one of the genre’s most important producers, directors and visionaries. Outside of his myriad films—including several key Stephen King adaptations like SLEEPWALKERS and the beloved TV miniseries version of THE STAND—Garris is, of course, the mind behind the massively ambitious, lamented MASTERS OF HORROR TV series. The anthology show ran for two years and was the first of its kind to amass horror and cult film royalty in one room, giving such talents as Tobe Hooper, Stuart Gordon, Tom Holland, Brad Anderson, John Landis, Don Coscarelli and many, many other “masters” the chance to direct compact, graphic shockers their way.
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