Episode 147 | Kind of Dying

Episode 147 of the Drunk in a Graveyard podcast is here and it’s a more serious one this week, Robin and Scotty chat about two First Nations/indigenous films – the first one being Mohawk, written by Grady Hendrix (My Best Friend’s Exorcism, Paperbacks from Hell) and co-written / directed by Ted Geoghegan (We Are Still Here), a film that stars Kaneihtiio Horn (The Wild Hunt, Hemlock Grove) & Eamon Farren (The Witcher) in a supernatural dark forest period piece that is brutal in its depictions of violence, madness, and colonialism. The second film is one that the graveyard has been waiting for and it’s Jeff Barnaby’s Blood Quantum, a Mi’kmaq First Nations zombie film that is all too appropriate and terrifying given the time of plague we currently find ourselves living in. Blood Quantum stars Michael Greyeyes (Are You Afraid of the Dark, True Detective, American Gods), Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, Kiowa Gordan, & Stonehorse Lone Goeman. It was filmed on location in the Kahnawake Mohawk and Listuguj Mi’kmaq reserves in Quebec and the city of Campbellton in New Brunswick.

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Breath in and out Cigarette” by OnionEye is licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0
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