Oct 27, 2022
When aliens attack, an Indigenous hamlet just beneath the arctic circle seems like the perfect place to body snatch. But nestled between the stunning mountains and frigid waters are a rag-tag squad of teen girls armed with weapons and killer gateway horror knowledge. This week, we're joined by a special 14-year-old guest to review a film made by, of and for the native tribes of Nunavut. Also - an upcoming cannibal movie features the worst phony American accent of all time and Anna and The Apocalypse makes drops on Shudder.
Articles mentioned in this episode:
"Slash/Back shows how Indigenous creators get things done despite 'unlimited barriers'" by Jackson Weaver for CBC News
"Slash/Back’s debut in the otherworldly hamlet of Pangnirtung, Nunavut, was its most important yet, director says," by Kelly Grant for The Globe and Mail
"‘I can’t die, I haven’t made this movie yet!’: Nyla Innuksuk’s life-or-death fight to make Slash/Back," by Johanna Schneller for The Globe and Mail