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Horror Pod Class


Hey class!  Come meet Mike and Tyler, two high school teachers who absolutely love to talk and write about the horror genre!  We also own and write for a website named Signal Horizon, where you can get the latest news, reviews, and analysis of works from the horror and dark science fiction genres!

Mar 13, 2019

Welcome back to another exciting lesson in classroom management with The Horror Pod Class. Not really. We just talk about horror here. Anyhow, this week we are talking all about secret societies, why we love to talk about them, what they are up to, and why audiences seemed so lukewarm about the movie Kill List. Also, IMDB tags can help you find movies with similar themes. Like public nudity. Before we get there, we talk about some of the great works of horror fiction we are currently reading and watching.

Connect with us Tyler and Mike at:

The Horror Pod Class Facebook Group

Signal Horizon on Facebook and Twitter

Mike D on Goodreads

Helpful Links: 

Tyler is currently loving the book, A People's Future of the United States, edited by Victor LaValle.

Mike recommends the latest issue of Vastarien: A Literary Journal

Dark Corners of the Web: Check out the totally free game, The Static Speaks My Name.

Interview with Ben Wheatley on the Film School Rejects.

Awkward love triangle theory

WTF is this movie about?  Jake over at Zero-Credibility has some thoughts

Real Secret Societies at The Smithsonian Magazine.  These are the lesser known ones.

Freemason Murders and the Anti-mason crusade from History.com.  It's not all Nazi Occult and Pawn Stars!

Find out more about the Bilderberg group at the BBC.

Oh hey, Bohemian Grove too.  Alex loves them.

Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry by John J. Robinson read it now before Dan Brown turns it into a book/movie/money printing machine combo.

NEXT WEEK: It Comes at Night and Immigration.