The tribe stumbles through cemeteries and hides in a farmhouse for a discussion on cultural hegemony, ghouls, classic gender roles, meat-eating, and Sigmund Freud. So slam your car into neutral and start boarding up the windows while listening to Catie and Marissa discuss how these ghouls upset the status quo in George A. Romero’s 1968 seminal horror classic, Night of the Living Dead.
The tribe hops on a fishing boat and heads to post-WWII Toyko for a discussion on atomic allergies, mad scientists, cinematic naturalism, and nature’s revenge on mankind. So pop into your hazmat suit and don’t eat any tuna fish while listening to Catie and Marissa discuss how the world is going to end in Japan’s 1954 atomic masterpiece, Gojira (or Godzilla, for you Americans out there)!
The tribe reads too many books for their delicate feminine minds and moves into a high-rise apartment to discuss paranoia, Catholicism, systems of control and (much to Marissa’s delight) the patriarchy! So, don your tannis root necklaces and get your Vidal Sassoon on while listening to Catie and Marissa discuss horror realism and perceptual control in 1968’s Rosemary’s Baby.
The tribe digs into the Transylvanian dirt, carries it overseas all the way to Germany, and bites into the neck of philosophy, xenophobia, and the proverbial “other” with 1922’s Nosferatu. Plaguing your ears with Kafka, Locke, and Nietzsche, Marissa & Catie tackle the unheimlich nature of post-WWI Germany. Let the sun shine in!
The tribe goes into post-apocalypse-production and cuts a reel on social media desensitization turning us all into the living dead. Through a lens, darkly, and full of zombie guts.