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The 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 7, 2019

On this week’s Horror Podclass we are talking all about one of our deepest anxieties: how to feel about a movie that you thought was pretty good, but not really good at the same time.  That and our other big anxiety, money.  Specifically, the burgeoning subset of financial horror movies, Stakeland being our current target.  Also, what do horror and finances have to do with each other?

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 reading Carnivorous Lunar Activities by Max Booth.

Also, he is brushing up on his Weird Fiction with Ashes and Entropy so he can be ready for the Outer Dark Symposium!  Check out their Indigogo campaign for more information.

Mike really enjoyed his latest read, Mr. Suicide by Nicole Cushing.

Dark Corners of the Web:  Dead Meat YouTube Channel specifically their Kill Count series.

We're All Rats Now: Mulberry Street and the Modern Economic Horror Cycle by Craig Ian Mann

Collider interview with Jim Mickle and Nick Damici

Is this movie specifically about the 2008 Financial Crisis?  Maybe? Wall Street Journal Tracing Stake Land from Inspiration to Release.

Ben Murray explores some of the obvious, and not-so-obvious connections between horror cinema and economics.

Darren Moony: When the economy’s struggling, horror movies do well

UP NEXT WEEK: Secret Societies and Kill List.