Film critic Jerry J. Sampson unpacks the complicated web of sex and religion in ‘Thirst,’ Park Chan-wook’s seminal vampire film.
Author: Jerry J. Sampson
Jerry Sampson is a freelance writer, horror writer, screenwriter, and editor. Her love for film and the horror genre leads her to explore and question the darkness that lies in the shadows of human existence. She studies the concept of inherited trauma and finds that theme coming up unconsciously in much of her work. Jerry is a contributing writer for Ghouls Magazine. She lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and cat-child.