Do you suffer from intergenerational trauma that is manifesting itself in physical malformations on your body and raising red flags for your significant others? Then join us and Jed Shepherd (writer/executive producer of Host) to discuss David Cronenberg’s self-described “more realistic Kramer vs. Kramer,” a film about a couple working through some issues while plagued by demonic children in matching snowsuits. If you haven’t seen the movie, listen to the first 13 minutes for our spoiler free pitch for the movie, and then after you’ve seen it, dive in to talk with us about the nature of body horror and physical media, the terrors of parenthood and why no one in a horror film acts the way you want them to. Along the way, Jed shares his vast knowledge of horror films, and offers up more than a few horrifying recommendations for the unafraid.
Thirty seconds after you’re born you have a past and sixty seconds after that you begin to lie to yourself about it.Juliana Kelly