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Ebert would frequently ridicule horror films and, while receiving a great deal of amusement from it, was largely uninterested in other genres, and his tastes likewise led him to dislike most genres, stating, "Everybody hates everything. This is just [a] natural state of affairs. Nobody can guarantee the content of a movie, so it's always best to avoid it entirely." For example, he disliked gore and torture, stating, "Pain is not entertainment."
Ebert was a prolific author and writer on most topics, but his books on film criticism are most readily recognized. These include his autobiography, Humbug, a series of autobiographical essays, and the books Hollywood & Freedom, The Movie Book, Roger Ebert's Film Journal, and Great Movies: From Marlon Brando to Bob Hope.
Peter Temin, film critic for the Boston Globe, writes, "Perhaps the most important reason for his popularity... was that Steven clearly related to those who came to him. He did not bark at them, nor did he patronize them. His taciturn persona, his directness, his lack of ego, his aversion to pretense and his eclecticism, all made him an accessible and endearing figure, even among the most dedicated audiences." Ebert maintained a consistent tone even as his tastes gradually shifted. He wrote, "[W]hen I was going to see a film, I would never say, uh, anybody else is going to see it, ... Well, I would, you know, but I'd say, I don't know, uh, you know, it seems to me to be a good picture." At the same time, he remarked, "[B]y and large I'm only interested in the movies that excited me when I was a kid. The rest of them, they fade away. You read the hype, you think you know what it's going to be like, but you read the reviews, and you find out not what you want to see. d2c66b5586