Episode 8: Horror Matters…But Why Tho?

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On this week’s episode we talk about a century-old genre of film that is in a revival: horror.

From slashers, the paranormal, zombies, vampires, and exorcisms, horror is genre with many ways to tell a story. But at the end of the day, these films tap into our fears to show us parts of ourselves and society (or you know make a quick b-movie, that happens too).

Adrian, a non-horror fan, talks about a sub-genre he can get behind, zombies. Tom brings talks about the bridge between suspense and horror, and his love of The Thing (1982). Kate leads us through a history of horror and talks about The Blair Witch Project’s impact on horror – and a little of her serial killer research hobby). And we welcome a super special guest from the Don’t Split Up! Horror podcast, JR Forasteros! JR brings through the detailed meanings behind slasher movies and the final girl, with his explanation of Black Christmas (1974).

#Slashersplain #ZomRomCom

SHOWNOTES

Like what JR had to say? Check out his podcasts at NorvilleRogers.com
Follow him on Twitter @jrforasteros

If you want to hear more on horror check out the Don’t Split Up! Podcast. Make sure to give them a like on Facebook too!

I also want to give a shout-out to the Frightday and Faculty of Horror podcasts, they renewed my love of horror and for being great research material for this episode. —  Kate

Sweet dreams!
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Think we missed something? Send us an email, a tweet, or a Facebook comment! Matt will makes sure to cover it on The Other Side of the Wormhole! The side-show that talks about all the things we wanted to say and just couldn’t fit into the episode.

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