Here we have a thoroughly engaging roundtable featuring John Carpenter, John Landis, and a very young David Cronenberg from 1982. The group was gathered to talk for half an hour about their careers in the horror genre. Interestingly, a large part of the conversation is devoted to censorship of movies, which is something that all of the directors have had to face in their respective careers. Cronenberg, especially, is no stranger to controversy, and he talks at length about the sexual and violent themes that permeate his early films (and would continue on through much of his later work). Some highlights—and there are many—include Landis admitting he spent a full week on the An American Werewolf In London (1981) transformation scene and Cronenberg discussing the upsetting sight of a 3-year old girl attending a screening of Shivers (1975). Also notable is that this discussion was filmed before two major achievements/masterpieces—The Thing (1982) for Carpenter and Videodrome (1983) for Cronenberg—and there is a sort of unspeakable gratification in knowing that the best is yet to come. It is a rare thing to see such major creative minds at, arguably, the very pinnacle of their output.