Lock your doors and check your windows because some uninvited guests are on their way. In this episode, Andrea and Alex explore the origins and hyperbole around the home invasion sub-genre and why there may be more to fear than those trying to break in.
The Faculty of Horror podcast began with a dream, free software and a Rock Band USB mic. A decade later, after live shows in the US and speaking engagements at universities across North America, Andrea and Alex are celebrating this 10-year anniversary with a live show in their hometown of Toronto. Join the duo for a very special episode where the repressed returns and the audience may have to participate.
The Faculty of Horror dissects the bio-zombie in an all-new episode on Danny Boyle’s “28 DAYS LATER”
Andrea and Alex cross the pond to revisit Danny Boyle’s post-apocalyptic film that brought the zombie genre back to (un)life. From virology to bodily autonomy to Brexit, there’s a lot to chew on.
Horror and superheroes clash genres in an all-new Faculty of Horror episode on “BLADE” and “CONSTANTINE”
Using two popular examples, Andrea and Alex look at the collision between the horror and superhero genres. From conservative leanings to taboo-breaking stories, we explore two films that deviate from the norm (and occasionally, their own source material) to embark in two very different directions.
Home is where the horror is on an all-new Faculty of Horror episode on Robert Wise’s “THE HAUNTING!”
Time to walk the halls of the terrifying Hill House with Andrea and Alex as they explore what it means to be haunted, gender dynamics in times of duress and why it’s hard to remake a classic.