#VundaHalloweenAthon Day 7: "Your Body Is a Horrorland"

Welcome to Day 7 of our #VundaHalloweenAthon 

The 7th theme of the month is "Your Body Is a Horrorland." This is our Body Horror theme so any movie that derives horror from things having to do with one's own body. You can interpret that how you like. Today let your skin creep and body morph into a happy horror fan with today's picks. 

Here are a few recommendations from the team, taken from our own watchlists for today...

Group Pick: Tusk (2014) directed by Kevin Smith is available to stream on Showtime. Two-thirds of the Vundacast trio says Walrus Yes! Dani refuses to rewatch Tusk cause it's just too unsettling. Kevin Smith delivers on weird and tragic in the epic body horror classic. 

-The Fly (1958) directed by Kurt Neumann - 1h 34m
-The Fly (1986) directed by David Cronenberg - 1h 34m
-Teeth (2007) directed by Mitchell Lichtenstein - 1h 28m - Amazon Prime
-Raw (2016) directed by Julia Ducournau - 1h 39m - Tubi
-Freaky (2020) directed by Christopher Landon - 1h 42m - HBO Max

Stephen & Dani:
-Slither (2006) directed by James Gunn - Peacock
-Swallow (2019) directed by Katelin Arizmendi - 1h 35m - Showtime
-Rabid (1977) directed by David Cronenberg - 1h 30m - HBO Max

Tell us about your picks on social media by tagging @Vundacast or @Vundablog and #VundaHalloweenAthon in your tweets or posts.

Our official #VundaHalloweenAthon art was done by Josh Stifter who is not only an artist but a filmmaker. If you subscribe to his Flush Studios Patreon you can access great behind the scenes content. He has two feature length films: The Good Exorcist is a comedic horror film made for $7000 under the supervision of Robert Rodriguez available on TromaNOW (perfect for "Spooky & Spiritual" day) or ask Josh about Greywood's Plot a film about friendship and cryptids, which is touring the world at film festivals. Josh also has tons of great horror shorts we might be recommending later in the month.


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