The People's History of Film

Episode 7

Andrea Subissati

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Welcome to the thrilling conclusion of our two-episode arc in which Dalton sat down with Alexandra West and Andrea Subissati. Alexandra and Andrea host the Toronto-based horror analysis podcast, The Faculty of Horror. Let’s clarify that once again he sat down with them via Skype - Dalton isn't allowed to go back to Canada after that one incident...

In part-two of his talk with the titular Faculty, Dalton interviews Andrea Subissati. Like Dalton, Andrea has an academic background giving them a similar approach to their appreciation and dissection of film. Unlike Dalton, Andrea's a straight-up horror movie expert and a published author who combined her love of horror and her sociological knowledge in the book When There’s No More Room In Hell: The Sociology of the Living Dead. The conversation covers a wide range of topics including Dalton and Andrea's preferences in Batman movies and even a little Fight Club, because of course it came up in both interviews. This is Dalton we're talking about.

Alex has also been published in The Undead and Theology (2012) and The Canadian Horror Film: Terror of the Soul (2015). In 2014 she joined the staff of Rue Morgue magazine to which she is a frequent contributor. In addition to being a prolific author Alex is the co-curator of the Toronto-based horror lecture series The Black Museum, and the host of the horror YouTube channel THE BATCAVE.

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The People's History of Film - Andrea Subissati
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