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
- [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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