TIHR 001: Jennifer Lynch on Chained, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Broken Humans

TIHR 001 Jennifer Lynch on Chained, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Broken Humans

In this remastered and re-edited This Is Horror Podcast conversation Jennifer Lynch talks about Chained, Vincent D’Onofrio, broken humans, and much more. The original podcast aired on 4 February 2013.

About Jennifer Lynch

Jennifer Chambers Lynch is an American film director and screenwriter. She is the daughter of filmmaker David Lynch. She is also known as the author of the book The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer.

Show notes

  • [03 20] Interview start
  • [04:20] Dark comedy in Chained
  • [05:15] Comedy and horror easy bedfellows
  • [07:20]Stockholm syndrome
  • [09:30] Bob’s desire for a father-son bond with Rabbit
  • [10:45] Broken humans—punishment vs rehabilitation—understanding darkness
  • [15 55] Initially a torture porn script
  • [18 00] Real life serial killers
  • [20 30] Climax Golden Twins soundtrack release on iTunes?
  • [22 50] Powder room
  • [24 30]Jennifer Lynch cameo
  • [25 30] Skype auditions and rehearsals
  • [28 50] Vincent D’onofrio
  • [31:40] A Fall From Grace
  • [33 10] Writing and directing for television
  • [34 30] Favourite television series

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