Horror in Session- where a horror expert and a horror newbie discuss all of your favorites! Hosted by Reyna Cervantes and Kaila Ren.
1:00:32It's been... way too long, we know! But we missed just simply talking about horror movies, so we decided to come back and try this again, a bit more casually. In this episode, we're exploring a movie that both of us really love—Ari Aster's Hereditary (2018). Does it still really hold up to the first time we saw it in theatres almost five years ago now? Listen and find out!
Recess Review: The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
29:25Surprise! In between our usual lessons, we're starting a new series called Recess Reviews where we'll be reviewing random horror, and maybe even non-horror releases, whenever we feel like it. This week we reviewed the latest installment in The Conjuring franchise, The Devil Made Me Do It.
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Universal Classic Monsters 101: The Mummy's Hand
40:30We're joined by Amirra Malak, who is an Egyptian American artist, art teacher, and sci-fi fan, to continue our class on Universal Classic Monsters to discuss The Mummy's Hand (1940) and the nuances of Egyptian representation in Western media.
Chitchat & Universal Classic Monsters 101: The Wolf Man
1:33:15We're joined by Lindsay Traves, writer for Pajiba and co-host of The Pod and the Pendulum, to discuss the Universal Classic Monster film The Wolf Man (1941). This is a little bit longer episode than usual due to some casual chitchat we have about Saw and other things, but if you want to jump right into the film conversation, we start at about 44:40.
Universal Classic Monsters 101: The Mummy
44:24This week we're starting a new ongoing course returning to our roots to delve back into Universal's Classic Monsters. We discussed The Mummy (1932) highlighting Boris Karloff's extraordinary performance as well as its complicated and problematic representation of Egyptian culture.