In this podcast Daniel Braum talks about monster movies, frightening encounters with nature, consuming horror, and much more.
About Daniel Braum
Daniel Braum’s fiction has been classified as fantasy, science fiction, and horror but he prefers the good old fashioned term of just ‘fiction’, which when he was growing up simply meant a story where anything could happen. His stories frequently defy category and reside in the fuzzy areas between genres, utilizing and combining genre elements to produce tales that are wholly unique. He is the author of The Night Marchers and Other Strange Tales, The Wish Mechanics, The Serpent’s Shadow, and more.
- [04:00] Early life lessons
- [09:00] Necronomicon / Japanese horror and monsters
- [20:00] Awe-inspiring and frightening encounters with nature
- [30:40] Early experiences with monster movies
- [42:00] Ari Aster
- [47:00] Consumers of horror
- [51:30] It Follows spoilers
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