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FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE OFFICE” actor Oscar Nunez joins the “MONSTER PARTY” to talk Foreign Horror!

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While the U.S. has offered many of the horror genre’s undeniable classics, any fright fan can tell you that horror is not strictly an American affair. In fact, when the studio system falters in finding unique voices or themes to pursue, horror hounds are the first to look around the world to find new terror tales, including Japan, Spain, Mexico, Norway, Italy and many, many more. So it’s with that adventurous attitude that our fearless four sit down with actor Oscar Nunez (THE OFFICE, THE 33) to explore foreign horror on this week’s eerie edition of MONSTER PARTY!

Break out your amulets, fright fans, as hosts Matt Weinhold, Shawn Sheridan, Larry Strothe and James Gonis sit down with Emmy-winning actor Oscar Nunez to talk about horror beyond the U.S. borders, touching upon Asian, Extreme French Horror, Italian horror and much, much more. With this week’s chilling chat, MONSTER PARTY go from Argento to Vinterberg, going through various infamous horror titles from around the globe. And, of course, MONSTER PARTY is sure to pay tribute to the classic auteurs of foreign horror, including F.W. Murnau, Mario Bava and Georges Franju!

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