Mar 5, 2021
Movie Meltdown - Episode 546 (For our Patreon "Horror Club")
This session of The Meltdown Horror Club we discuss It Comes at Night the 2017 film written and directed by Trey Edward Shults. Plus we also address just how April Fool's Day fits into the arc of 80s slashers.
And while we enjoy our common interests that are killing strangers together, we also bring up… incredible box art, Stanley, Night of the Living Dead, the fallen tree, The Sweet Hereafter, running out in the woods, Joel Edgerton, Amy Steel, A Quiet Place, friends… workin’ together, Christopher Abbott, metaphorical, why don’t mansions have nice basements, anxious brain thing, Carmen Ejogo, The Road, the evil twin, very bleak, Starfish, I’d name all the skeletons, Kelvin Harrison Jr., telepathic not telekinetic, Deborah Foreman, Bird Box, odd pandemic timing, the dream sequences, The Walking Dead, Thomas F. Wilson, would we survive, Waves, that’s why you don’t expand your quarantine bubble, Riley Keough, my cat’s a punk and a creepy hellscape Renaissance painting.
Spoiler Alert: Full spoilers for "It Comes at Night" and over-all plot spoilers for "April Fool's Day". You have been warned!
“What comes at night in the movie It Comes at Night?!”
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