Notes

“30 Years and the Jacob’s Ladder Generation”

Dani Bethea ponders Jacob’s Ladder (1990) and its legacy. “While thinking about this film, the horror imagery is usually what’s remembered the most and that’s fair because it was wickedly designed and executed throughout. Constant rewatches of the film however, make the visceral uncanny valley nature of it all…mundane. Not mundane in the sense that it doesn’t pack the same punch after seeing it, but its akin to growing up and facing your ‘movie monster’ fears.”

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