[Bea’s Ranting Reviews] Stoker- Coming Of Age, Coming To Murder


  This won’t actually be a review, but an audio analysis of Chan Wook-Park’s 2013 twisted thorn thicket of a movie, ‘Stoker’. If you would like to read the review, click here to see what Marcey and myself thought in our conversational review and click below to hear my own interpretation of what is arguably the biggest element of this film- coming of age. India Stoker is undergoing a critical change in her life, and although she and everybody around her are insane according to degrees, this is still nonetheless a twisted fairy of tale of reaching the scary world of meeting adulthood face on. This was recorded on Spreaker, a free and easy podcast making site, great for beginners and vets alike.

Stoker: Coming Of Age, Coming To Murder


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