When you look past the surface tropes, horror is often fundamentally concerned with social life. How do people solve problems together that they’ve never had to solve before? How do we cope with change? How do we figure out whom we can trust and whom we can’t? Which of our social rules and rituals are valuable and important, and which ones are kind of silly and outdated?
The Boston Globe's manners columnist in a review of Chase Novak’s Breed

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