TGB Episode 104: Celebrating Horror (Guests: Weinberg & Salisbury)
by Tim Buel
April 12, 2012
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim and Jeremy are joined by guests Scott Weinberg (of FEARnet, Twitchfilm, Movies.com) and Brian Salisbury (Film School Rejects, Spill, Movies.com) to go into an in depth discussion about all things horror in honor of Drew Goddard's The Cabin in the Woods hitting theaters everywhere this weekend. The group talks more specifically about evolutions the genre has taken recently, both with sub-genres and with distribution, too. They also get into some finer details as to where the horror genre has been, where it currently is and where they can expect it to go in the future. Be sure to get that Netflix Queue ready and add some of the awesome horror films talked about in this episode!
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DAVIDPD on Apr 12, 2012
A good discussion. My favorite genre and a great passion of mine. Thanks for this!
Davide Coppola on Apr 13, 2012
I stopped listening whenever someone said "I don't spoil films" and then preceded, without any warning, to spoil a film going with the context "Its like five years old". Why wasn't that beeped out?
Runadumb on Apr 28, 2012
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