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The Social Commentary in POLTERGEIST (w/Jared Rivet)

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Release Date: 02/24/2020

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Sadie Hartmann joins us to talk about vampires, blood, family dynamics, the loss of the nuclear family, the Frog Brothers, Santa Cruz, and a shirtless man playing the saxophone.

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Award-losing filmmaker and professional Nascar fan Thomas Brungardt joins us to talk about the social commentary in THE BABYSITTER. We explore questions of masculinity, innocence, and just how easily you can be distracted from your sacrifice to Satan.

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We explore the new film 1BR with the writer/director David Marmor and producer Alok Mishra. Join as us we dive deep into questions of community, isolation, and how a desire to fit in can make us give up so much of ourselves. What have we each given up to be a part of each aspect of our own lives?

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Horror author Jonathan Janz joins us as we talk JAWS! Politicians who value revenue over lives. PTSD. The obsessions we let control us. The enemies we can't let go of. And all the ways Jaws proves itself to be the greatest movie ever made.

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This week we explore Religion, Government, Private Justice, Disabilities, Unwed Pregnancy, Werewolves, and the ups and downs of small town living. Join us as we discuss Stephen King's SILVER BULLET.

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Stoker Award Winning Editor Doug Murano joins us to talk about friendship, true soulmates, the harsh reality of the world around us, and which character we've identified with most at different points in life.

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Director Derek D. Herbert spends some time with us talking about KANE HODDER. We delve into Herbert's documentary TO HELL AND BACK: THE KANE HODDER STORY and explore the social commentary in Adam Green's HATCHET, starring Kane Hodder

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