Out Now Horror Special 2023: South Korean Horror

The Out Now with Aaron and Abe horror specials have returned for 2023, and this time the gang is going international! Aaron and Abe are joined by The Brandon Peters Show’s Brandon Peters and Professor Mike Dillon to kick things off with a discussion of South Korean Horror. The entire focus of this episode is on how the genre plays a role in South Korean culture, and what sorts of themes, concepts, and other elements seem to be common for the region. Each member of the group has also picked out several films to dig into the topic more specifically, as well as for the sake of seeing what connections these films have to each other and the horror found in other countries. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill…

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Show Notes:

[The purpose of this section is to highlight areas mentioned or referenced during the show.]

Every film mentioned: Bedeviled, Beauty Water, The Devil’s Stairway, Diary of June, Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum, The Host, I Saw the Devil, A Tale of Two Sisters, Tell Me Something, Train to Busan, Phone, Thirst, The Wailing, Whispering Corridors, The Witch Part 1: Subversion, The Witch Part 2: The Other One, Zombie for Sale


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