In this episode, Bodies of Horror host Nichole Goble is putting TWO films on the examination table: Mike Flanagan’s Hush and John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place.
Both films feature a character that is deaf but integrate that element into their respective story in vastly different ways – highlighting the fact that our experiences as individuals with disabilities are unique.
Nichole also discusses how one film features an actor that is deaf in the role and the importance that has in regards the story and overall representation.
Follow Nichole on Twitter at @NicholeInDC, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intro and outro music is “The Wind Frazzled Your Long Brown Hair” by Flashback81.