S2E19: DISGUST - Jerry J Sampson on Titane (2021)
Content warning: discussions of sexual assault, pregnancy, a lack of control of one’s own body, gender identity, dysphoria, objectification, abortion, and postpartum depression.
On this episode of The Beauty of Horror, Chandler talks with horror screenwriter and researcher Jerry J Sampson about Julia Ducournau's radical-yet-sweet TITANE (2021)!
They talk about Stephen King’s impact on shaping many horror lovers’ tastes, the emotional impact of the horror genre, Jerry’s terrifying motel experience that inspired her passion project “Motel”, pregnancy and Uterus Horror, oil lactation, and, of course, aesthetics.
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Referenced Beauty of Horror episodes
- Season 2, Episode 19: Cat Benstead on Raw (2016)
Quote from “Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection” by Julia Kristeva.
Music by Karl Casey (White Bat Audio)
Cover Art designed by John Green (JRGDrawing)
Edited by Aviva Dassen
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