Episode

The Wide World of Horror

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Author Chris Vander Kaay discusses the ins and outs of various horror film subgenres and recommends a lot of movies along the way. Check out Chris’ new book, Horror Films by Subgenre. (Co-authored by Kathleen Fernandez-Vander Kaay.)

Their first book: The Anatomy of Fear

Twitter: ckvanderkaay

Films mentioned in the episode:

Halloween

Nosferatu

Dracula (1931)

George A. Romero’s Dead series

Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

The Exorcist

The Babadook

Jacob’s Ladder

Phantasm

A Nightmare on Elm Street

The Witch

10 Cloverfield Lane

Last Shift

Assault on Precinct 13

The Last Exorcism

The Exorcism of Emily Rose

Friday the 13th (franchise)

Leprechaun 4: In Space

Hellraiser IV: Bloodline

Jason X

Frankenstein (1910 film)

Sunshine

Event Horizon

Pitch Black

The Fly (1986 film)

Videodrome

Scanners

The Brood

The Fury

Dead Ringers

The Girl Next Door

Asylum Blackout (aka The Incident)

The Raid: Redemption

Judge Dredd

Rope

Pontypool

Mimic

Raw Meat

End of the Line

Kontroll

The Midnight Meat Train

The Poseidon Adventure

Mad Max

Long Weekend

The Happening

Evil Dead (franchise)

Hostel

Dead Alive (aka Braindead)

Misery

Little Shop of Horrors (1960)

Little Shop of Horrors (1986 musical film)

It Follows

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More about this show, for new listeners: This is a creative writing podcast and a screenwriting podcast. In The Narrative Breakdown, Cheryl Klein, James Monohan, and other guest co-hosts discuss storytelling tips and techniques of interest to any writer, student, or fan of quality creative writing, screenwriting, playwriting, fan fiction, English literature, etc. Each episode, Cheryl and James draw upon their respective experiences in publishing and filmmaking to analyze popular novels, movies, plays, television shows, short stories, and song lyrics. Featuring various co-hosts and writers, as well as material from Cheryl Klein’s book ‘Second Sight’ and James’ iPhone app ‘The Storyometer.’

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