In 1996, a groundbreaking television drama debuted on the Fox network. Created by Chris Carter, Millennium tells the story of Frank Black (Lance Henriksen), a legendary forensic profiler gifted with the ability to see into the minds of killers. Through his work as a consultant with the F.B.I. and the mysterious Millennium Group, the series offers a thoughtful exploration of the nature and manifestations of evil in the modern world. Back to Frank Black offers an unprecedented volume of material exploring this landmark series. With forewords from Lance Henriksen and Frank Spotnitz and an introduction by series creator Chris Carter, the collection features interviews with cast and crew as well as in-depth essays analyzing Millennium’s characters, themes, and enduring legacy. Inspired by the growing movement to return this iconic hero to the screen, Back to Frank Black finds its focus in an incomparable figure of hope: Frank Black. We need him now more than ever.
Lance Henriksen, the iconic American actor and artist, is best known to film and television audiences for his roles in science fiction, action, and horror films such as the Alien film franchise (Aliens and Alien 3 and Alien vs. Predator), Powder, The Quick & The Dead, Near Dark and Hard Target. He was the star of Fox s critically acclaimed series Millennium which earned him a People’s Choice Award for best new series, a People s Choice nomination for Favorite New Male TV Star, and three consecutive Golden Globe nominations for Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series.
Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film
Horror and sci-fi veteran Lance Henriksen (Alien, Near Dark) takes you through a fascinating look at the history of the American horror film, examining the earliest monster movies of the silent era up to the scariest modern-day masterpieces. Highlights include interviews with genre masters Roger Corman, John Carpenter and George A. Romero, plus clips from classic films like The Exorcist, Night of the Living Dead, Friday the 13th, Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, Hostel, Rosemary’s Baby and many more!
The Best Documentary Of Its Kind in Years! –Fangoria
Insanely Informative and fascinating… a unique perspective on the rise of the American Horror film. –Classic-horror.com