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James Sabata and Don Guillory will be exploring social issues in horror. Each week we will down a different film or topic. Horror as Social Commentary is a topic we’ve covered at a few comic conventions in the past year. It’s become something that we each sincerely believe in academically as well as professionally. Social Commentary can take place in any genre, but horror has a way of planting seeds in our brains, allowing the ideas to be examined over time. While comedy has often been the g ...
 
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Director Natasha Kermani and author @HightowerLaurel join us to talk LUCKY. We're looking at the horrors women deal, toxic relationships, random threats, exhaustion, the will to fight back and how men can actually help. (Short story anthology featuring female authors. Proceeds go to help domestic violence victims).…
 
joins us to discuss VAMPIRE IN BROOKLYN. From Murphy trying to gaslight a woman into him being her only option, to the Julius got the come up of the century, how things look different on the outside than the inside, and we explore why no one thought it was weird their preacher took them down a dark path.…
 
William Johnson joins us to talk about artificial intelligence, what makes us human, the possibility of a soul, and whether Nathan REALLY created Ava in Ex Machina. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYGzRB4Pnq8 Available for Rent or Streaming: https://www.justwatch.com/us/movie/ex-machinaBy James Sabata
 
David Howard Thornton. AKA Art the Clown takes us through some of the fun of filming Terrifier and talks a bit about Terrifier 2. He lets us in on his impressive family history and how his mother's death taught him to follow his dreams instead of playing it safe. If you love Terrifier you won't want to miss this episode.…
 
This Is Horror's Bob Pastorella stops by to talk about the complexity of Brian De Palma's BODY DOUBLE. We chat about reality vs. perception, identity, desire, the roles we expect others to play, and whether De Palma was trolling us. We also talk about Bob Pastorella and Michael David Wilson's new book THEY'RE WATCHING.…
 
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