Nov 29, 2020
We wrap up our first season with a bookend of our first episode: director Robert Egger's second film, The Lighthouse, which gives us the opportunity to discuss mythology, masculinity, isolation and reality. And Willem Dafoe's beard.
Nov 1, 2020
It's time to discuss the gold standard of folk horror on film, 1973's The Wicker Man. We explore the various themes around nature, religion, and culture as well as the tension between expression and repression. And also how great Christopher Lee is.
Sep 27, 2020
Ghosts, fogs, mysterious illnesses, creepy servants and Nicole Kidman slowly coming unhinged: We revisit 2001's gothic-tinged haunted house story, The Others, to discuss the themes of invaders, motherhood and coming to terms with what we can't control.
Aug 30, 2020
Ari Aster's debut feature takes on family demons, inside and out. We discuss what Hereditary says about parents and children and how we pass along what we can't handle ourselves.
Jul 26, 2020
A cult classic movie that inspired the likes of Night of the Living Dead, this little movie out of Kansas highlights some of the real everyday horrors such as gender conformity, trauma, and lurking threats. Carnival of Souls is a great lesson in male gaze of the 60s and how even an unpolished film can be...