Oh the Horrors: Vampire and Zombie MoviesPodcast: Live At Hales Segment

horror-andHost Dick Staub and guests discuss "Oh the Horrors": vampire and zombie movies as a genre, and a commentary on culture and on US! Guests include Jeffrey Overstreet, film critic, author, Jennie Spohr producer of TKM, film critic & ordained Presbyterian clergy, and first-timer: Dr. Christine Chaney associate professor of English and chair of the English department at Seattle Pacific University. She was founding review editor of the scholarly journal Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture (Duke University Press)


3 Responses to “Oh the Horrors: Vampire and Zombie MoviesPodcast: Live At Hales Segment

  1. Darwin says:

    Did you ever throw the couch cushions on the floor and hop across them because there were sharks in the shag carpet? I did too … and it was fun. (It seems that I was also a social and anthropoligical savant.)

  2. Andrew Haas says:

    I recall Charles Colson once making a comment on his BreakPoint program that the original Bram Stoker tale (unlike many modern vampire stories) is "in a weird sort of way, it's actually an apologetic for the Gospel."

    See transcript of the October 15, 1997 commentary: http://www.breakpoint.org/commentaries/4739-weird-apologetics

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