S2E12: Rachel Reeves on The Hunger (1983)

Season 2 | Episode 12
1h 43m | Feb 25, 2022

Content warning: contains mentions of abuse, grooming, and discussions about AIDS. 


On this episode of The Beauty of Horror, Chandler talks with horror writer and co-host of the Loser's Club Podcast, Rachel Reeves about the alluring beauty of Tony Scott's THE HUNGER (1983)!


They explore the importance of a film’s score, vampire lore, timelessness, queerness, and, of course, aesthetics.


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