Sep 11, 2019
Welcome back class! Today we are joined by a very special guest, Larry Fessenden. Larry is a horror movie maker extraordinaire and founder of the independent horror production house Glass Eye Pix. His latest movie, Depraved, is a modern retelling of Frankenstein and Tyler and Mike loved it so much we just had to get Larry on to discuss the movie. We have a wide-ranging discussion including Larry's early '90s cult hit Habit, what draws Larry to the classic movie monsters, which themes in Frankenstein still have cultural significance, and how your kid son rebels against you when you are a horror movie maker. Depraved is out Friday, the 13th of September 2019 and will be playing in select theaters in the USA.
Find out more about Larry Fessenden on his website GLASS EYE PIX
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Dark Corners of the Web: You can totally check out Mary Shelley's original for absolutely free over at Project Gutenberg.
Tyler's review of Depraved on Signal Horizon.
"Why Frankenstein is the Story that Defines our Fears" from Rebecca Laurence at The BBC.
"Frankenstein and Other Monsters" an examination of the concepts of destructive narcissism and perverse relationships in Frankenstein by Stanley S. Gold.
Up Next Week: Don't Breathe and the Female Captive