It’s not all Steven Spielberg and John Carpenter references—Netflix’s hit show is also an ’80s nostalgia trip for fans of the decade’s horror novels and pulp fiction.
The cover art for vintage pulp fiction had the virtue of acknowledging the centrality of sin even while exploiting it.
In ‘Pulp Fiction,’ Marcellus Wallace sends in the Wolf to clean up a horrific mess. I know another man who needs to talk to Marcellus. He just needs wolves.
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