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The Social Commentary of THE BABYSITTER (w/Thomas Brungardt)

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Release Date: 07/06/2020

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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.