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What Are We Watching: Orrin: Knives Out. Here is his review. Shadow of the Moon. Tyler: The Servant, Knives and Skin Dark Corners of the Web: Riley was Here Shudder: Use the Promo Code Signal Essential Question: What is the role between Phenomenology and Horror The Movie William Castle LSD Silent Movies The Blood Bath Scene The Theory Phenomenology…
 
Welcome back class! Today we are talking about a movie that was frankly pretty hard to watch, 2016's Don't Breathe. It happened to strike a chord with the public, making ten times what it cost to make. To Dawn Keetley, a Professor of English at Lehigh University, it signifies a growing trend in our cultural subconsciousness. We use her essay, "Lock…
 
Welcome back class! Today we are joined by a very special guest, Larry Fessenden. Larry is a horror movie maker extraordinaire and founder of the independent horror production house Glass Eye Pix. His latest movie, Depraved, is a modern retelling of Frankenstein and Tyler and Mike loved it so much we just had to get Larry on to discuss the movie. W…
 
Welcome back class! Today we are diving into a 2016 movie that you may have missed, The Monster. It's out on Netflix right now and it totally got Tyler right in the feels. Mike too. It's a good flick that does a whole lot of stuff right, including its depiction of an alcoholic parent. So today we are discussing how The Monster gets that so right wh…
 
Hey Class. This week we have John Langan on to talk about the 1996 Larry Fessenden directed flick Habit. John and Tyler talk really smart about the movie in relation to Mark Fisher and many of the concepts that he pioneered. Mike just tries to keep up! Connect with Tyler and Mike at: The Horror Pod Class Facebook Group Signal Horizon on Facebook an…
 
Welcome back class, glad you could join us for another Horror Podclass where we dissect and define some of the concepts and ideas in horror. To that end, we are looking at Haunted House stories! When did they first appear? What elements do they all have? How can you tell if YOUR house in haunted? Are any of the Paranormal Activity sequels or preque…
 
Welcome back class, hope your summer was good! No rest for the wicked here, we have to keep deep-diving into horror and today it's the super unique brand of Corporate Horror brought to you by none other than Thomas Ligotti. We look at what defines corporate horror and try to apply it to a recent movie, "The Belko Experiment." Connect with Tyler and…
 
Welcome back to the Horror Pod Class! Today we are talking about a movie that is frankly.... well pretty rough. It's the 1980 film Cannibal Holocaust and while it has its problems and its problematic elements, it is often cited as both a horror classic and the first found footage film. Today, we are diving into the film that everyone always mention…
 
The beauty of small theatres is that they act as little pockets of experimentation. They are smaller and more adaptable and willing to try lots of different things to get people in the door. That's why last week Screenland Armour hosted a kick ass free screening of The Ranger directed by Jenn Wexler. A small budget slasher film with a fiesty indepe…
 
Welcome back to the Horror Pod Class! Today we are talking about the movie, Mother! Not the Danzig Song. Not the Mike Pence catchphrase. No, we are talking about the super weird fever dream of a movie that captured our hearts (pun intended). There is a lot to unpack about this movie, including the biblical imagery and the discussion about how art i…
 
Watching and Reading Tyler: I am reading loving Found Footage and Horror Films: Fear and the Appearance of Reality by Alexandra Heller Nicholas. Also watched The Wandering Earth pretty awesome. M: GoT. Finished Jean Rey. Hey also Written in Darkness Mark Samuels OR: hey, wanna read some Canadian Horror? Gemma Files http://www.beneath-ceaseless-skie…
 
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