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The Horror that Helped: The Content that Made 2020 a Bit Brighter
The Bite #141

The Horror that Helped: The Content that Made 2020 a Bit Brighter

To say that 2020 has been difficult is a huge understatement. We’ve all lost a great deal this year, some far more than others, and as a result things have felt insurmountable at times. But you’re here now, hopefully in good health, and that is truly worth celebrating. So how do we wrap up a year as monumentally awful as this?

POSSESSION, SUSPIRIA, and the Berlin Wall, the Evolution of Terror, And More!
The Bite #134

POSSESSION, SUSPIRIA, and the Berlin Wall, the Evolution of Terror, And More!

While Steve Miner was shocking American audiences in 1981 with Friday the 13th Part 2, Ukrainian director Andrzej Zulawski was providing ghastly images in Possession, his infamously unkempt tale of guilt and dissonance — a film that centers around the wall that has been raised between two parties during wartime.

POSSESSION, SUSPIRIA, and the Berlin Wall
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POSSESSION, SUSPIRIA, and the Berlin Wall

While Steve Miner was shocking American audiences in 1981 with Friday the 13th Part 2, his bloody follow-up to Sean S. Cunningham’s game changing lakeside set slasher, Ukrainian director Andrzej Zulawski was providing such appallingly ghastly images in Possession, his infamously unkempt tale of guilt and dissonance — a film that centers around the wall that has been raised between two parties during wartime.