November 14, 2022

EP. 345 — Gay Zombies (Live From Edinburgh)

A zombie fan explains to Geth why ‘Night of the Living Dead’ meant so much to him growing up as a closeted Mormon. He also shares his own dreams of writing a zombie movie and breaks down his favorite films in the genre. Later on, he opens up about processing religious trauma and how leaving the faith has changed his relationship with his family.


Chris [00:00:06] Oh. Hello. Hi, Edinburgh. It’s Beautiful/ Anonymous. One hour. One phone call. No names. No holds barred. Hi, everybody. Chris Gethard here. Welcome to another episode of Beautiful/Anonymous. This is, of course, a show where we do a phone call. And it sounds pretty simple, but it gets a lot more complicated than that. I think a lot of people who have been listening for a long time would say that those things are true. What happens here is we cut deep into the human condition. People tell their stories. Sometimes those stories are light and funny. Sometimes they’re they’re dark and unexpected. Sometimes they are completely baffling and crazy. But they’re they always interest me. And I hope they continue to interest you because, man, people are interesting. And that’s a statement that I stand by. I wanted to let everybody know I got some live shows coming up. December the second and third, I will be in North Carolina. I’ll be in Ashev

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