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Men (2022) – Movie Reviews Simbasible

Amber T returns to the show to talk about our mutual love for Alex Garland’s Men (2022) and why it may just be the best movie to come out this year, which is saying a lot because 2022 is filled to the brim with excellent terrifying content.

Men (2022)

Following his cult classic science fiction films Ex-Machina and Annihilation, Garland’s 3rd is a folk horror movie that is required to be watched multiple times to let it all sink in, and Amber’s breakdown will surely make you want to do those repeat viewings all in one evening.

Our chat about the film dives into the cultural themes, internet theories, the brilliant performances of Jessie Buckley and Rory Kinnear, and the bloody climax that dropped both mine and Amber’s jaws.

Since the last time Amber was on the show (Episode 14 – The Bleak and The Bloody) she has moved across the world from Korea back home to England, started her own killer podcast (HornBloodFire), and continued to fill social media with some of the best horror commentaries online.

Her thoughts on all things horror can be found in a number of notable publications including some top-tier reviews in the celebrated magazine and horror blog Fangoria.

Where to find Amber:

Twitter : 🔪 Amber T 🔪 (@hornbloodfire) / Twitter

Instagram: Amber T (@hornbloodfire) • Instagram photos and videos

Podcast: HornBloodFire • A podcast on Anchor

Website: HORNBLOODFIRE

Amber’s Writing:

Stories from Amber T – Fangoria

Blog 3 — Ghouls Magazine

Amber T | Grimoire of Horror

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The Fundamental Truths and Phantasmagoric Horror of “Men” - NAB Amplify

This Episode and show notes are available here or on all major podcast streaming services 👹

No Stranger to Horror is produced by Mik Narciso

 @Kevinlmartincom Network Podcast

 

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