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The Social Commentary in KNIVES OUT

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Release Date: 12/02/2019

The Social Commentary of CRIMSON PEAK (w/Gory Cory) show art The Social Commentary of CRIMSON PEAK (w/Gory Cory)

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Gory Cory joins us for the 2 year anniversary episode of our show to look at the social commentary of CRIMSON PEAK. Survivalism, gender role expectations, perception, and subversion, metaphors, and some Tom Hiddleston guy.

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The Social Commentary of THE FLY (w/Danger Slater) show art The Social Commentary of THE FLY (w/Danger Slater)

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joins us to talk THE FLY. We talk toxic masculinity, the male gaze, the abusive nature of humans, consent and entitlement, the cycle of abuse, and how to hit on people from their own showers!

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The Social Commentary of ARMY OF DARKNESS (w/John Foster) show art The Social Commentary of ARMY OF DARKNESS (w/John Foster)

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John C. Foster joins us to talk ARMY OF DARKNESS. Concepts of masculinity, the lines between good and evil, humor in horror, punny titles, and Ash being Ash.

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The Social Commentary of NOCTURNAL ANIMALS (w/Thomas Brungardt) show art The Social Commentary of NOCTURNAL ANIMALS (w/Thomas Brungardt)

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Thomas Brungardt returns to talk NOCTURNAL ANIMALS. We talk writing, reading, the meaning of revenge, the justice system, and James' brain melts trying to explain why he didn't like this film.

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The Social Commentary of THE FOREVER PURGE (w/Josh Ickes) show art The Social Commentary of THE FOREVER PURGE (w/Josh Ickes)

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Filmmaker Josh Ickes joins us to talk about THE FOREVER PURGE. We're looking at immigration, obsession, emasculation, class warfare, racism, and more.

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The Social Commentary of WOUNDS (w/Josh Viola & Alvaro Zinos-Amaro) show art The Social Commentary of WOUNDS (w/Josh Viola & Alvaro Zinos-Amaro)

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Josh Viola and Alavaro Zinos-Amaro join us to talk substance abuse, obsession, addiction to technology, Gnosticism, and the empty shell of a man looking for ANYTHING to crawl inside and give his life a purpose.

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The Social Commentary of IT'S JUST A GAME (w/Daniel Emery Taylor and James Azrael) show art The Social Commentary of IT'S JUST A GAME (w/Daniel Emery Taylor and James Azrael)

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Writer/Director Daniel Emery Taylor and actor James Azrael join us to discuss their film IT’S JUST A GAME (2018). We’re talking cults, the need to fit in, the fragility of loyalty, and some fun behind the scenes stories.

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The Social Commentary of SPONTANEOUS (w/Brian Haas) show art The Social Commentary of SPONTANEOUS (w/Brian Haas)

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joins us to discuss the social commentary in SPONTANEOUS a film that found a way to discuss school shootings without mentioning them and predicted COVID-19 precautions at the same time. We’re talking love, loss, the risk of taking chances and the risk of not, and the questionable need for a cemetery.

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The Social Commentary of FREAKS (w/Mike Thorn) show art The Social Commentary of FREAKS (w/Mike Thorn)

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Author joins us to talk about Tod Browning's 1932 film FREAKS. Looking at physical difference, exploitation vs. empowerment, how 1/3 of the film is lost to history, and more.

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The Social Commentary of GOTHIKA (w/Jason McCord) show art The Social Commentary of GOTHIKA (w/Jason McCord)

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Jason McCord joins us to talk GOTHIKA. We're talking the terror of showers, We're talking ghosts, murder, mental health, loss of self, the symbolism of fire and water, and just how scary a group shower can be.

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