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Steve Habrat

Steve Habrat

Steve Habrat is a graduate of Wright State University with a bachelor's degree in Motion Picture History, Theory, and Criticism. He has studied and written about multiple genres of film including the history of cinema, the suspense thriller, the Pre Code era, the Black List era, horror, the Hollywood musical, the romantic comedy, African American cinema, women's independent cinema, Italian cinema, Ingmar Bergman, Woody Allen, Stanley Kubrick, and more. He has also made two films, a horror film and a spy thriller as well as lectured on the history of cinema and the philosophy in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. He has been recognized by Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker Julia Reichert for his writing on women's independent cinema and by Dr. Charles Derry for his essays on Woody Allen and Ingmar Bergman. He has a strong interest in the horror genre, grindhouse cinema, B-movies, and superhero movies. He currently runs Anti-Film School, a film website that focuses on all genres of cinema. He is also an avid collector of Batman memorabilia, comics books, Universal Movie Monster merchandise, and rare horror films.

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