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Josh and George on 1970s horror films
New audio-only exclusive episode of Disaffected!
Join us for a discussion of what made 1969 (Rosemary's Baby) to 1981 (The Shining) the golden age of American horror films. Josh and George talk about 70s horror films as meditations on domestic abuse, and explorations of disordered personalities through the allegories of demonic possession and hauntings.
"Did you see her or not!? She's acting like she's f**ing out of her mind, psychotic, like a split personality or something."
"I'm gonna go now."
"He has his father's eyes."
"It's all for you, Damian."
“You’re out the prom, Hargenson!”
Where do I find it? :
1. Right up at the top of this Substack post in the embedded audio player.
2. On your favorite podcast app. Disaffected is on all podcast distribution platforms.
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