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  1. I’ve heard it argued that all horror is about the disruption of the nuclear family, and it’s typically a white family with a blond mom. The more I think about that, the more I see it. The other conversation about horror is how much it represents the Queer and/or disabled experience, especially if you think about characters like Zelda from Pet Semetary.

  2. Hmm yes that makes a lot of sense, and I’ll keep that in mind as I read other works of horror. It’s likely one of those things that once you see it, you can’t unsee it!

    I’ve never seen (or read) Pet Semetary. Perhaps a Halloween reading goal for me next year?

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