Nightmare on Our Street: Social Commentary in Modern Horror
Writers talk tackling complex issues in horror scripts at recent WGAW panel.
“Horror has been a vehicle for social commentary going all the way back to Frankenstein, Night of the Living Dead, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, to contemporary films like Get Out, It Follows, and the Purge franchise. Hell, we should probably throw in The Social Network at this point,” said moderator Lori Rosene-Gambino at the onset of the Guild’s October 27 virtual panel, “Nightmare on Our Street: Social Commentary in Modern Horror,” presented by the WGAW’s Genre Committee. Read more >>