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The Calling Hours Horror Podcast 2.55 (Vivisection): We Debate Jordan Peele’s Influence on the Genre and the Evolution of Social Horror (Air Date: 1.8.19)

The Calling Hours



On this episode, we have the first Vivisection of 2019, a series of monthly discussions where the EIC of Morbidly Beautiful Stephanie Malone and I debate the hot topics of horror.

For this episode, we discuss whether or not Jordan Peele should be considered a “Master of Horror” after just one film, whether his debut genre film GET OUT is really that good or just overhyped due to current social trends, if GET OUT is really even a horror film or a social thriller, what it means for a film to be considered “horror”, how GET OUT fits within the pantheon of other socio-political horror films, where Peele goes from here, if fans will tire of “social justice” films, and whether or not he’s got what it takes to do justice to THE TWILIGHT ZONE and CANDYMAN reboots.

The discussions at times can and will become quite passionate, so enjoy the show!

In our Digital Dismemberment Spotlight this evening, we will be covering Scream Factory’s Blu-Ray Release of Critters from the Critters Collection Box Set. And in our special segment “The Traumatic Tales of Dedman and Grumpy”, we will be covering Shudder’s streaming release of Andrea Bianchi’s Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror!

We will also be featuring three bands in our Metal Massacre Spotlights this evening, including Vulvectomy, CorpseFucking Art and Cephalotripsy.

Tune in to Morbidly Beautiful every Tuesday at 8 pm EST for new episodes of The Calling Hours Podcast. You can also listen to the syndicated rebroadcast on MileHiRadio every Friday night at 10 pm EST/7 pm PST. The Calling Hours is also available on most major podcast platforms, including iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Tune In Radio, and on Pippa. 

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