Episode 15: Scream (1996)

The tribe stabs through the belly and stages some cinematic grue in a monologue on intertextuality, journalistic sensationalism, obsessive fandom, metacinema, and the postmodern. So, heat up your stovetop popcorn and don’t answer the phone while listening to Catie ruminate on the social-cultural structures of horror and how people being torn apart somehow manage to bring us all together in Wes Craven’s 1996 Scream.

This shorter episode is the Tribe’s “New Nightmare” – a beta-test on future formatting and opportunity to grow their overall reception and audience. Future casts will likely retain their 40m-1hr length.

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