Out Now Horror Special 2019: Wes Craven’s The People Under The Stairs

This latest entry in the 2019 Out Now with Aaron and Abe horror specials puts focus on one specific film. Thanks to a contest collaboration with Professor Mike Dillon, Aaron and Abe are joined by him to discuss Wes Craven’s People Under the Stairs. This is the director’s 1991 horror-comedy that works as both a funhouse horror flick, as well as an interesting social commentary taking a satirical look at capitalism, gentrification, and class warfare. The group get in various discussions about the themes of the film, the performances, what makes it effective, and the career of Wes Craven. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill…

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