It’s the last episode of March, AKA Guillermo del Toro Month here at A Frame Apart. We bookend the month with the monsters that followed us home: Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth, Legend, Return to Oz, and The Neverending Story. Tune in as Bob talks about his first horror movie, his father’s attempt to scare him away from the genre, and the terrifying impact of Princess Mombi and the Wheelers, while Ariel discusses the impact of Legend‘s representation of duality, how Tim Curry’s Darkness resembles drag, and the impact of Artex. All this and so much more!
Next week we start our sacrilicious Easter/Passover coverage with a Eat Your Darts episode. What better way to celebrate the resurrection of Christ than with our first ever viewing experience of Salo, or The 120 Days of Sodom?!
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