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Snakes on a Plane is a Mid-Aughts Time Capsule

Psychoanalysis examines phobias in this camp horror classic

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Psychoanalysis: Snakes on a Plane
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    Psychoanalysis, a weekly series from Consequence Podcast Networt, takes an in-depth look at different mental health topics through the lens of horror. Today, Jenn, Mike, and Lara are boarding a plane to terror town and examining phobias in the 2006 camp horror classic Snakes on a Plane

    They’ll discuss multiple phobias represented in the film, trigger warnings, and exposure therapy. The conversation ranges from “so bad it’s good” horror and closing credits music videos to mean-spirited humor and 2006 ideas about wokeness.  

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    Stream the episode above and subscribe to the series now. Also be sure to follow the Consequence Podcast Network for updates surrounding future programming.

    Further Reading:

    VR is Therapeutic. But Could It Change Therapy as We Know It?
    14 Slithery Facts About Snakes on a Plane

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