Out Now Horror Special 2019: Horror Scenes In Non-Horror Movies
Continuing on with 2019’s Out Now with Aaron and Abe horror specials, it’s time to go over horror scenes in non-horror movies. Aaron is joined by Cult Cinema Cavalcade’s Brandon Peters and the Saturday Evening Post’s Troy Brownfield to discuss how the horror genre tends to find a way to permeate other genres. The group goes over the different kinds of genres that tend to rely on sequences fitting of a horror film and how these kinds of scenes leave an impact. This is followed up with a number of movie selections from each member of the panel representing some interesting understandings of the topic, so any listener can catch up with plenty of fun options that all fall under this banner. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill…
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- Films Mentioned: Pulp Fiction, The Spy Who Loved Me, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Marathon Man, Training Day, Blood Simple, No Country For Old Men, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, The Empire Strikes Back, Terminator 2, Dragonslayer, The King of Comedy, Trainspotting, The Black Hole, Solaris, Spider-Man 2, Zodiac