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Tagged with “horror” (4)

  1. The Uninhabitable Earth with David Wallace-Wells

    Is it too late for us? Scientists have spent decades sounding the alarm on the devastating effects of climate change. And for decades, society decided to do pretty much nothing about it. In fact, over the past 30 years, we’ve done more damage to the climate than in all of human history! Now, there’s a real chance we may have waited too long to avoid widespread tragedy and suffering. In his book “The Uninhabitable Earth”, David Wallace-Wells depicts a catastrophic future far worse than we ever imagined… and far sooner than we thought. It is undoubtedly a brutal truth to face, as you will hear in this episode, but if there’s any hope to avert the worst case scenarios, we have to start now.

    https://art19.com/shows/why-is-this-happening-with-chris-hayes/episodes/50188bd0-6810-48d2-bd82-98936fdd7316

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  2. Mirror Mirror II, a Horror Anthology with Julia Gfrörer and Sean T. Collins

    Editors Julia Gfrörer & Sean T. Collins have amassed some of the darkest talents within as well as outside of comics to create a wholly singular reading and visual experience. From masters of horror like Clive Barker to leading figures in altcomics such as Simon Hanselmann, this collection — focused on the intermingled themes of horror, ography, the Gothic, and the abject — Mirror Mirror II transcends the expectations of what a comics anthology can do. Mirror Mirror II features new and unpublished work from Lala Albert, Clive Barker, Heather Benjamin, Apolo Cacho, Sean Christensen, Nicole Claveloux, Sean T. Collins, Al Columbia, Dame Darcy, Gretchen Alice Felker-Martin, Noel Freibert, Renee French, Meaghan Garvey, Julia Gfrörer, Simon Hanselmann, Aidan Koch, Laura Lannes, Céline Loup, Uno Moralez, Mou, Jonny Negron, Claude Paradin, Chloe Piene, Josh Simmons, Carol Swain, and Trungles.

    Julia Gfrörer was born in 1982 in Concord, New Hampshire. Her work has appeared in Thickness, Arthur Magazine, Study Group Magazine, Black Eye, Kramers Ergot, and multiple volumes of Best American Comics. Her graphic novels Black is the Color and Laid Waste are published by Fantagraphics Books.

    Sean T. Collins has written for Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Wired, Vulture, Esquire, Pitchfork, The Comics Journal, and others. His comics have been published by Marvel, Top Shelf, Study Group, and Youth in Decline. He and Julia live with their children on Long Island. Mirror Mirror II is the publisher 2dcloud’s annual flagship anthology.

    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/graphicpolicy/2017/08/01/mirror-mirror-ii-a-horror-anthology-with-julia-gfrrer-and-sean-t-collins

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  3. Killer POV: Ep. 31: The United States of Horror!

    The Killer POV gang (Rob Galluzzo, Elric Kane, Rebekah McKendry) are joined by very special guests Cinefamily programmers Phil Blankenship, Tom Fitzgerald, and Bret Berg to talk about their exciting upcoming schedule for the month of October 2013. They’re celebrating the spooky season with 30 midnight screenings, each one from a different state, hence giving genre fans “The United States Of Horror” road tour. So Oct. 3rd, we’ll hit Nevada with Tremors, on the 15th you can make a pit-stop in Pittsburgh for George Romero’s Martin, or celebrate October 19th in New York City with Basket Case. The entire group discusses their favorite theatrical experiences, what goes into programming a bill this intricate and why midnight movies are the most fun way to enjoy the theatrical communal experience.

    http://geeknation.com/podcasts/killer-pov-ep-31-the-united-states-of-horror/

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  4. John Landis: Monsters in the Movies

    Elvis Mitchell talks to director John Landis about his new book, Monsters in the Movies.

    http://www.kcrw.com/etc/programs/tt/tt120118john_landis_monsters

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