Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey and film critic K. Austin Collins discuss the emergence of modern horror films like The Witch and the increasing emphasis on tone over standard horror tropes (1:00). Then, Sean is joined by Trey Edward Shults, who explains how working through his own darkness led to making his latest film, It Comes At Night (15:50).
‘The Big Picture’ — Modern Horror and ‘It Comes at Night’ Director Trey Edward Shults
Sean Fennessey is joined by Trey Edward Shults, who explains how working through his own darkness led to making his latest film, ‘It Comes at Night’
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