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What do the films “The Core”, “Targets”, “Eraserhead”, “Son of Kong” and “The Girl Can’t Help It” all have in common? They are all considered “B” Films that some film critic thinks deserves your attention. Tonight we talk with DAVID STERRITT, Chairman of the National Society of Film Critics and a film professor at Columbia University. With John Anderson, David Sterritt has edited a thought-provoking and endlessly entertaining collection of essays titled THE B LIST: THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF FILM CRITICS ON THE LOW BUDGET BEAUTIES, GENRE-BENDING MAVERICKS AND CULT CLASSICS WE LOVE. Tune in tonight and find out why the little-known sequel to Carrie may be more interesting than the original!