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Episode 64 - MOTHER! Review + TIFF Recap (Drive Home from the Drive-In)

 

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Overstayed welcomes, questionable marketing, and a mountain of metaphors on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street! Join Kim and Jon as they discuss the horror of uninvited guests in Darren Aronofsky’s pseudo-thriller, Mother! Your terrifying hosts also recount their horror faves from the just-wrapped Toronto International Film Festival. Standouts include Paco Plaza’s possession film Veronica, David Bruckner’s mysterious The Ritual, and Vince Vaughn kicking ass and taking names in Brawl in Cellblock 99.

As always, we want to hear your thoughts on Mother! Let us know on twitter@NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself.

What’s Keeping us Creepy?

1. YOU! Special shoutout to all of our new and continued supporters on Patreon!

Released:

September 14th, 2017

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Episode 63 - Come To Freddy: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

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Join Kim and Jon on this week’s episode to celebrate 1 whole year of Nightmare on Film Street! September 10th marks 365 days of our creepy little horror podcast – and we though of no better way to celebrate than by dedicating an entire episode to our namesake; A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)!

So put on a cup of joe and stay up late, because 1, 2 Freddy’s coming for you!

And as always, we want to hear your favorite moments of Nightmare on Elm Street! Let us know on twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself.

What’s Keeping us Creepy?

1. Nightmare on Film Street are hosting a giveaway September 8th-15th with a ton of amazing artists and stores including: Two Ghouls Press, Hellcats Inc, Retro-a-go-go and The Mad Bombers! Head over to @NightmareOnFilmStreet on Instagram to enter.

2. Not enough Freddy? Listen to an entire A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) commentary by Kim and Jon exclusively on Patreon!

 

Released:

September 14th, 2017

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Episode 62 - BONUS! You'll Float Too; IT Movie(Drive Home From the Drive-in)

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Beep Beep, Richie! It feels like we’ve been waiting YEARS to see Andy Muschietti’s adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, but that day has finally come. Join Kim and Jon on this very special bonus episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they review and critique the re-imagining of horror’s most sinister villain, Pennywise the Clown.

If you haven’t had a chance to see the film but you’d still like to know our thoughts & opinions, head over to www.nofspodcast.com to read Kim’s spoiler-free review right now, Loser.

And as always, we want to hear what you thought of the film! Let us know on twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself.

What’s Keeping us Creepy?

1. Nightmare on Film Street are hosting a giveaway September 8th-15th with a ton of amazing artists and stores including: Two Ghouls Press, Hellcats Inc, Retro-a-go-go and The Mad Bombers! Head over to @NightmareOnFilmStreet on Instagram to enter.

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Jon thought Steven Webber had a cameo in this film. He was mistaken.

Released:

September 8th, 2017

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Episode 61 - Horror Highlights From Fan Expo Canada 2017

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Despite sore feet and heavy backpacks, Kim and Jon survived the Labour Day long weekend at Fan Expo Canada 2017. Join us on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street as we recount many a tale of Pennywise cosplayers, horror vendors, and panels with horror legends Tim Curry and Bruce Campbell.

Hear us spill our guts on everything we saw at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival booth, everything we drank from the Deadly Grounds Coffee Co, and all the fiends that took the time to say Hi 🙂

What’s your favourite moment from a con this year? Lets us know on twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself.

We’ll be back at ya later this week with our review of IT, so stayed tuned and Stay Creepy!

What’s Keeping us Creepy?

1. Nightmare on Film Street are hosting a giveaway September 8th-15th with a ton of amazing artists and stores including: Two Ghouls Press, Hellcats Inc, Retro-a-go-go and The Mad Bombers! Head over to @NightmareOnFilmStreet on Instagram to enter.

Released:

September 7th, 2017

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Episode 60 - Back to Ghoul; Carrie vs. Christine (Head-to-Head)

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Pack your lunch and dust off that pocket protector, because we’re headed back to school on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, with two classic high school horror flicks!

1st PERIOD: (Pun Intended) Kim and Jon discuss maniacal mothers and bloodied bullies in Brian De Palma’s Carrie (1976)
2nd PERIOD: Killer cars and obsession gone too far in John Carpenter’s Christine (1983)

Fun Fact; This week’s episode is a double feature of adaptations from little-known writer Stephen King. You’ve probably never heard of him.

And as always, Cast your vote in our Back to Ghoul twitter poll @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself.

What’s Keeping us Creepy?

1. Fan Expo Canada 2017 is underway! Come out and meet ‘The Losers Club’ from IT (2017), Bruce Campbell, and TIM FREAKIN CURRY!
2. Our shiny, new website is finally live! visit www.nofspodcast.com/ today and keep yourself creepy 24/7

Released:

August 31, 2017

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Episode 59 - Freaky Families; Texas Chainsaw Massacre vs. House of 1000 Corpses (Head-to-Head)

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The family that slays together, stays together! Join Kim and Jon on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street for a long awaited discussion of two of horror’s most sadistic bloodlines: The Sawyers, and The Fireflys.
For our first course we’ll enjoy a slow-roasted helping of Tobe Hooper’s groundbreaking TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (1974) and for dessert, a triple-baked slice of Rob Zombie’s psychedelic debut, HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES (2003).

As always, Cast your vote in our Freaky Families twitter poll @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself.

What’s Keeping us Creepy?

1. Applications are open for contributing writers to the brand-spanking-new NOFS website! Apply today at tinyurl.com/yambz639
2. BIG SHOUTOUT to our new and existing patrons! This show would be a nightmare without your support.

Released:

August 24, 2017

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Episode 58 - Annabelle: Creation - Drive Home From The Drive-in

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Creepy Dolls. Spooky Scarecrows. Demonic….Demons. Annabelle: Creation has (almost literally) all of the scares! Join Kim & Jon on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they discuss David F Sandberg’s prequel-sequel follow up to the spin off of today’s most successful horror franchise (*pause for a breath*), Annabelle: Creation.

What’s Keeping us Creepy?

1. We’re building a new site! It’s currently an Under Construction page that you can find at www.nofspodcast.com with our current site still active at nightmareonfilmstreetpodcast.com – We can’t wait to share it with you, so stay tuned for more details.

2. THE 4-MINUTE SEWER SCENE FROM “IT” THAT’S PLAYING BEFORE ANNABELLE: CREATION! Run to your theatre this instant if you haven’t already seen it, and get you some Pennywise. As always, let us know what you thought of the film on twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself.

Released:

August 17, 2017

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Episode 57 - It Came From Montreal (PART II); More Highlights From Fantasia Fest!

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Back at’cha with a double-dose of horror recommendations from Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival! Prepare for another round of must-sees for you on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street.

Join Kim and Jon in their SPOILER FREE reviews of 68 KILL, KILLING GROUND, NOVEMBER, BITCH, BETTER WATCH OUT, and NIGHT OF THE VIRGIN.

As always, let us know what you thought of the films on twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself!

What’s Keeping us Creepy?

1. Love in the Time of Monsters (www.imdb.com/title/tt2403415/)

Released:

August 10, 2017

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Episode 56 - Summer Slashers; Blood Rage vs Sleepaway Camp!

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Roll out your sleeping bags and grab a spot around the campfire, fiends. On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon discuss the quintessential summer-horror sub genre: Slashers!

Regardless of whether or not one of these films is set on Thanksgiving night, we laugh our way through twisted twins and lunatic laughter in BLOOD RAGE (1987) and the short-short wearing, hormonal-rage-inducing SLEEPAWAY CAMP (1983)

As always, let us know what you thought of the films on twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself!

What’s Keeping us Creepy?

1. We filmed a Horror Short! (www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sYdLco1uZk&t=6s)

2. And, we put together a Behind-the-Scenes featurette for our Patreon Backers! (www.patreon.com/nightmareonfilmstreet)

Released:

August 03, 2017

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Episode 55 - It Came From Montreal; Highlights from the Fantasia Film Festival!

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Bonjour les Démons! Kim and Jon are back from Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival and having gorged themselves on all things horror, they are ready to spill their guts! Join us this week for an intentionally vague, SPOILER FREE episode of Nightmare on Film Street full of recommendations, recaps, and required viewing from this year’s Fantasia Fest.

We talk surprise hits LOWLIFE and GAME OF DEATH.. Horror-Comedies THE NIGHT WATCHMEN, LE MANOIR, TRAGEDY GIRLS, and DEAD SHACK.. Back-to-Back Body Horrors SEQUENCE BREAK and REPLACE.. Demonic Documentaries 78/52, DELIVER US, and KING COHEN.. And, HOUSE OF THE DISAPPEARED– a haunted house film that definitely didn’t reduce us to tears..

Watch the trailers for the entire festival lineup. See what’s scheduled in the festival’s final days. Purchase your festival tickets here.

As always, let us know what you thought of the films on twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself!

What’s Keeping us Creepy?

1. The 4K restoration of Stuart Gordon’s RE-ANIMATOR! (www.arrowvideo.com/product/re-animator-/820)

2. Lee Hardcastle’s SPOOK TRAIN (www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_Xqcgo9jY4)

3. Need Help Keeping Yourself Creepy? Would a $150 Horror Hamper from SOURPUSS CLOTHING Help? Visit us on Instagram @NightmareOnFilmStreet to enter our giveaway before July 31st.

Released:

July 27, 2017

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Episode 54 - BrendanBirthday; Bedazzled vs. Monkeybone (Head-to-Head)

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On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon sit down to discuss the darkest pits of the underworld, and pacts made with the devil….Just kidding- it’s a Brendan Fraser double-feature this week for Kim’s birthday!

Join us as we laugh through 7 bizarre wishes and a metropolis of otherworldly monsters with Harold Ramis’ Bedazzled” (2000) and Henry Selick’s Monkeybone” (2001).

Happy Birthday, Kim!!

As always, let us know what you thought of the films on twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself!

Released:

July 20, 2017

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Episode 53 - BrundleBirthday; The Fly vs Videodrome (Head-to-Head)

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Join us this week for the first of two selfishly produced birthday episodes of Nightmare on Film Street. Kim and Jon sit down to chew the fat on two of David Cronenberg’s most salacious executions of Body Horror! Jon chose both films in this week’s head-to-head so naturally- we’re discussing The Fly (1986) and Videodrome (1983).
Long Live The New Flesh!
(Stop saying flesh like it’s going to happen. Flesh is never. going. to. happen.  -Kim)
As always, let us know what you thought of the films on twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our facebook group to continue the conversation with horror fiends like yourself!

Released:

July 13, 2017

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Episode 52 - 47 Meters Down; Drive Home From the Drive-In

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SHARKS! This week, we are talkin’ SHARKS! More specifically; the latest salt watery horror release 47 METERS DOWN!

Join Kim and Jon on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they take the bait, and tackle the murky waters of this isolated shark fest.

As always, let us know what you thought of 47 Met[res] Down on twitter @NOFSpodcast

Released:

July 06, 2017

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Episode 50.5 - Nightmare on 50th Variety Hour!

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[cue band] Tonight, from horror podcast land, it’s Nightmare on Film Street!

Brought to you by: Fiends, Patreon, and Horror Hollywood..

Available at fine purveyors of podcasts worldwide, Nightmare on Film Street Celebrates 50 horror filled episodes, with a BIG thank you….to you!

You’ll meet the winners of our Nightmare on 50th Giveaway! You’ll dissect curdled wail from spooked shout in or our Scream Queen Trivia Game! You’ll hear our favourite episodes of the show! And, you’ll enjoy questions from the creeps on twitter!

And now, live from your headphones and speakers…. It’s Kim and Jon!

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Thank you for 50 Episodes!

Tell us your favourite Candian Horror on twitter @NOFSpodcast

Released:

June 29, 2017

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Episode 50 - It Comes At Night; Drive Home From the Drive-in

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From A24; the studio that brought you It Follows and The Witch, comes their newest horror release “It Comes at Night“. Join Kim and Jon on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they sit down to reminisce about one of the most polarizing films of the Overlook Film Festival, and their opinions after a second viewing at release.

As always, let us know what you thought of the film on twitter @NOFSpodcast!

What’s Keeping Us Creepy?

  1. Post Mortem with Mick Garris
  2. @SeeMonsterFilms on Instagram
  3. Rue Morgue’s Women With Guts
  4. @LudlowLuna Pins on Instagram

Released:

June 22, 2017

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Episode 49 - Bad Dads; The Amityville Horror vs The Shining (Head-to-Head)

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Some fathers sit their kids down an introduce them to horror movies at a young age, others go on a murderous rampage and kill their entire families. Join Kim and Jon on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they discuss two of the baddest dads around – The Amityville Horror‘s (1979) George Lutz and The Shining‘s (1980) Jack Torrence.

Happy Fathers’ Day, Fiends!

As always, cast your vote in our Bad Dads twitter poll @NOFSpodcast!

 

What’s Keeping Us Creepy?

  1. Tyler Savage’s feature debut “Inheritance” A psychological thriller that asks “What do our father’s really leave behind for us?” Watch the trailer at vimeo.com/215905398
  2. And, don’t forget to enter our BIG 50 GIVEAWAY at nightmareonfilmstreetpodcast.com/contest

Released:

June 15, 2017

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Episode 48 - The Mummy; Drive Home From the Drive-in

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SPOILER ALERT: We’re of the opinion that this film should be encased in a tomb and left underground for several thousand years.

On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street Kim & Jon discuss the 2017 remake of Universal’s horror classic, The Mummy. As the establishing film to the new Dark Universe, the Tom Cruise lead action-adventure has failed to meet the expectations of audiences internet-wide. Join our hosts as they talk through their hopes, reactions, and reservations in three segments recorded, before and after their screening in this week’s Drive Home From the Drive-in.

As always, let us know what you though of The Mummy on Facebook and Twitter @NOFSpodcast!

And don’t forget to enter our BIG 50 GIVEAWAY at nightmareonfilmstreetpodcast.com/contest

 

What’s Keeping Us Creepy?

  1. YOU are! Thank you so much to all our new Patreon Supporters.More info on patron benefits & perks at patreon.com/nightmareonfilmstreet

Released:

June 13, 2017

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Episode 47 - Crotch Chop: Friday the 13th Part 3 vs Friday the 13th Part 6 (Head-to-Head)

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Jason’s back, and he’s in 3-D! Join us on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street as we discuss one of the most iconic killers in the horror genre, Jason Voorhees! Kim and Jon sit down to tease out the idiosyncrasies of a barn-bound Jason Voorhees in Friday the 13th: Part III (1982) and the new-and-improved, and slightly rotting Jason Voorhees of Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986).

As always cast your vote for your favorite Friday the 13th on our twitter poll @NOFSpodcast!

And remember Fiends, it’s “Ki Ki Ki, Ma Ma Ma” not “Ch Ch Ch Ah Ah Ah”

What’s Keeping Us Creepy?

  1. Friday The 13th: The Game (f13game.com/)

Released:

June 08, 2017

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Episode 46 - Undead Peter Jackson; Dead Alive vs. The Frighteners (Head-to-Head)

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Before his adventures in Middle-earth, Peter Jackson was notorious for making outlandish, off-the-wall genre benders. On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon discuss two such films. In the arena for this head-to-head we have the uncut, full gore, horror comedy Dead Alive (1992) and Michael J. Fox’s final Feature Film performance in The Frighteners (1996).

And as always, cast your vote for your favorite Undead Peter Jackson on our twitter poll @NOFSpodcast!

What’s Keeping Us Creepy?

  1. The Purge TV Series (www.blumhouse.com/2017/04/05/its-o…to-usa-and-syfy/)
  2. Soyuz Blue by Steven John Fuchs (www.amazon.com/Soyuz-Blue-Steven…chs/dp/098606761X)

Released:

June 01, 2017

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Episode 45 - Alien: Covenant; Drive Home from the Drive-in

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Get ready XenoDorks! On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon sit down to discuss Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant – the 6th(!) film in the Alien franchise. While traditionally remembered as horror, the alien films has spanned several genres, three leading ladies, and nearly four decades to bring us a new blood-splattered chapter.
How do you rank the Alien films? Where do you place Covenant on your best-to-worst rankings? Let us know on twitter @NOFSpodcast

 

What’s Keeping Us Creepy?

  1. Twin Peaks returns after 25 years, and it is crazier than ever! (www.sho.com/twin-peaks)
  2. Also, we finally sit down (after years of procrastinating) to binge NBC’s Hannibal…despite our dislike of television series (www.netflix.com/title/70241956)

Released:

May 25, 2017

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Episode 44 - The Bat Pack; The Lost Boys vs. Fright Night (Head-to-Head)

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The damned will rise in this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street! Join us as we discuss two notoriously cool vampire flicks from one of the ripest decades in horror; Tom Holland’s Fright Night (1985) and Joel Schumacher’s The Lost Boys (1987)!

Will the suave vampire-next-door defeat the boardwalk clan of motorcycle misfits? Listen to learn our champion and, as always, cast your vote in our twitter poll @NOFSpodcast for your favorite 80’s Vampire Flick!

Released:

May 18, 2017

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Episode 43 - Mommy Mayhem; Inside vs. Prevenge (Head-to-Head)

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What can two child-free podcasters teach you about motherhood? Probably nothing, but they can recommend two incredibly dark, violent, and emotionally mature horror films for you this Mothers’ Day.

On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon labour over the beautifully gruesome home invasion of Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury’s “Inside” (2007), and the black humour of Alice Lowe’s pregnancy brain in “Prevenge” (2017).

As always, cast your vote in our twitter poll @NOFSpodcast for your favorite Mommy Mayhem and let us know what else you’re watching to celebrate Mothers’ Day.

Released:

May 11, 2017

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Episode 42 - Vampire Style; What We Do in the Shadows vs. Suck (Head-to-Head)

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What’s it like to be kissed by a vampire? It’s a pain in the neck! *ba-dum-tish*

We tackle Vampire Comedies on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, pitting New Zealand modern cult mockumentary What We Do In The Shadows” (2014) against the hilarious Canadian Indie Flick “SUCK” (2009). Which of these horror comedies will gain our eternal servitude, and which will be drained and left for dead?

Test your knowledge of Hollywood vampires in our “Did They or Didn’t They” quiz and at the end of the episode, and cast your vote in our twitter poll @NOFSpodcast for your favorite vampire comedy.

 

Released:

May 04, 2017

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Episode 41 - BONUS! You've Always Been Here; Highlights from the Overlook Film Festival

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On this very special bonus episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon travel across 5 provinces and 3 states to attend the first annual Overlook Film Festival. Hosted atop Mount Hood in historic Timberline Lodge, the hotel that provided the exteriors for Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of Stephen King’s horror classic “The Shining“, as well the perfect setting for a weekend of genre film and genre fanatics.

Join as as we review and recommend our top picks from the festival, including Trey Edward Shults’ “It Comes at Night” (A24), Akiva Goldsman’s “Stephanie” (Blumhouse), and Ana Lily Amirpour’s “The Bad Batch” (Neon/Vice)

Follow us and twitter and instagram to see photos and highlights from the entire trip, and reach out to let us know what films you are eagerly awaiting.

Heeeeeere’s Johnny!…..and Kim also.

Released:

May 03, 2017

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Episode 40 - RV of Darkness; From Dusk Till Dawn vs. Race With The Devil (Head-to-Head)

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Nightmare on Film Street presents Part II from our Road-Trip of Horrors: RV OF DARKNESS! Kim and Jon are at the Overlook Film Festival taking in four days of blood-soaked cinema. And- while you wait for their review..

It’s a BUY ONE, DOWNLOAD ONE FREE SALE on all Creepy Cultists, Creepy Vampires, and  Creepy Tarantinos! Join us on this week’s episode, where we pit Peter Fonda’s satanic thriller Race with the Devil (1975) against Rober Rodriguez / Quentin Tarantino’s From Dusk Till Dawn (1996). GET ‘EM WHILE THEIR HOT!

And as always, Cast your vote in our twitter poll @NOFSpodcast for your favorite RV of Darkness!

 

Released:

April 26, 2017

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Episode 39 - Highway To Hell; Jeepers Creepers vs. The Hitcher (Head-to-Head)

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Nightmare on Film Street presents Part I of our Road-Trip of Horrors; Highway to Hell!

Kim and Jon are en-route to the Overlook Film Festival, taking in every haunted hotel and creepy ghosttown along their way. But while you wait for that, here’s this…

It’s a battle of the Boogiemen, both the human and humannoid variety in this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street. Join us for a head-to-head of Jeepers Creepers (2001) and The Hitcher (2007). Then, take a pit stop and cast your vote in our twitter poll @NOFSpodcast for your preferred route on the Highway to Hell!

 

Released:

April 20, 2017

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Episode 38 - GRINDHOUSE; Planet Terror vs. Death Proof (Head-to-Head)

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If you were thinking about listening to this week’s episode, DON’T!

If you were thinking about re-watching Grindhouse, DON’T!

If you were thinking about voting for your favorite segment on our twitter poll @NOFSpodcast, DON’T!

*** MISSING REEL – Podcast Management Apologies for any Inconvenience ***

Join us for this week’s killer episode of Nightmare on Film Street, where Kim and Jon serve up a double-bill of PLANET TERROR vs. DEATH PROOF. Which feature will leave you crawling back for more, and which will send you sneaking a snooze?

Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez are back! And this time…they’re back to back.

 

Released:

April 13, 2017

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Episode 37 - Into the Further; The Conjuring vs. Insidious (Head-to-Head)

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The house is haunted…Your son is haunted…You’re haunted! Join Kim and Jon on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they pit James Wan’s contemporary classics Insidious (2010) and The Conjuring (2013) against each other. Based on actual events (..we actually watched these movies).

Cast your vote for this week’s Head-to-Head & Let us know what you thought of the film on twitter @NOFSpodcast.

Released:

April 06, 2017

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Episode 36 - Life (2017); Drive Home From The Drive-in

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Ryan Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Rebecca Ferguson fill out the leading roles in Daniel Espinosa’s sci-fi, horror “Life” – a thriller that pits a team of scientists against a seemingly unstoppable life form aboard the International Space Station. Join hosts Kim and Jon as they share their first impressions of the film on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street.

Let us know what you thought of the film on twitter @NOFSpodcast.

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Released:

March 30, 2017

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Episode 35 - Devil's Candy; Drive Home From The Drive-In

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Heavy metal, sacrifices to Satan, and the hellfire that threatens to engulf us all! “Devil’s Candy” is everything you could ask for in a horror film and on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon sit down to offer their souls onto director Sean Byrne.

Were you at Toronto Comic Con this past week? We share our biggest finds from Raven Banner and Suspect Video at the top of the show, but we want to hear from you! Share your stories on twitter @NOFSpodcast.

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Released:

March 23, 2017

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Episode 34 - Irish Horror; The Canal vs. Citadel (Head-to-Head)

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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Nightmare on Film Street, in their toast to Irish Horror. Join Kim and Jon (two horror fans who are Irish at least one day of the year) as they discuss Ivan Kavanagh’s “The Canal” (2014) and Ciaran Foy’s “Citadel” (2012).

Have your say in this week’s Head-to-Head over on our weekly Twitter poll, @NOFSpodcast and check out the all-new Nightmare On Film Street Merch Shop!

 

Released:

March 16, 2017

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Episode 33 - Gothic Horror; Sleepy Hollow vs. Crimson Peak (Head-to-Head)

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‘Twas a dark and dreary evening when Kim and Jon set out to discuss headless horseman, haunted family estates, and all things gothic horror in this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street. Tim Burton’s Sleepy Hollow” (1996) and Guillermo Del Toro’s Crimson Peak” (2015) remain contemporary classics in the gothic horror genre but which is the stronger film?

Who’s head will roll in this week’s Head-To-Head challenge? Cast your vote on Twitter @NOFSpodcast

Notes: 

We mistakenly credited the stunts in this episode. Silver Surfer was performed by Doug Jones. The Horseman’s stunts were performed by two actors; Ray Park and Rob Inch. Clearly our stuntmen proficiency is slim-to-nill.

Released:

March 09, 2017

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Episode 32 - Get Out; Drive Home From The Drive-In

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Jordan Peele‘s mind-blowing debut into the horror genre is both terrifying and timely. On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon discuss the sinister themes and performances of Get Out in their drive home from the drive-in. Now…Sink into the podcast.

Released:

March 02, 2017

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Episode 31 - A Cure For Wellness; Drive Home From The Drive-In

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On this week’s episode of Nightmare On Film Street we discuss Gore Verbinski’s return to horror with a full review of A Cure For Wellness. Join fellow fiends Kim and Jon on their drive home from the drive-in as they pick apart Dane DeHaan’s performance, Jason Isaacs’ perversions, and the film’s plodding paranoia…

Prepare for spoilers, and stick around as our hosts announce a very special bonus episode available to Patreon supporters at www.patreon.com/nightmareonfilmstreet

Released:

February 23, 2017

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Episode 30 - Women In Horror; You're Next vs. The Descent (Head-to-Head)

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Join Horror Fiends Kim and Jon for a very special episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they celebrate Women In Horror Month! They’ll discuss the standout ladies of our creepy little genre of choice; female writers + directors, kick-ass characters, and the actresses that rule the Horror universe.

And, if that weren’t enough- Kim and Jon pick two favorite films spotlighting some of the strongest female leads in the horror genre, and pin them head-to-head! Join them as they discuss The Descent (2005) and You’re Next (2011)!

Released:

February 16, 2017

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Episode 29 - Rings; Drive Home From the Drive-In

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7 days ago tonight, your hosts set out to bare witness to a horror film 12 years in the making. Join Kim and Jon in what may be the very last episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they discuss “Rings” (2017). What has Samara been up to this whole time? Has she been laying low, building up her strength for a global takeover, or was she simply awoken for a slapped together plot, a little too reminiscent of the original? You’ll have to listen to this week’s episode to find out.

Oh, and if it’s not too much, could you please do us a favour and watch this tape?..

 

Released:

February 09, 2017

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Episode 28 - Shyamalan-a-thon!; Head-to-Head with The Visit vs.The Village

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Admit it- You secretly love M. Night Shyamalan, don’t you? Join Kim and Jon as they discuss (defend) all things Shyamalan on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street. Using his found footage comebackThe Visit” (2015) and his misunderstood masterpiece The Village” (2004) as jumping off points, we speculate why his films are held to such high standards and how he continues to impress, enrage, and innovate after 25 years of movie making.

 

Released:

February 02, 2017

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Episode 27 - SPLIT; Drive Home From The Drive-In

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On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street Kim and Jon review Split (2017) after keeping their lips sealed for weeks, like good ghouls and boys. Listen as we dissect M. Night Shyamalan’s newest horror film and discuss the plot tricks and camera work of today’s most polarizing filmmaker. SPOLIERS ABOUND!

Released:

January 26, 2017

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Episode 26 - The Bye Bye Man; Drive Home From The Drive-In

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We saw The Bye Bye Man (2017) so you don’t have to! That’s right, it’s another Drive Home From The Drive-In for this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street. Join Kim and Jon as they review what is likely to be forgotten as The Worst Horror Film of 2017.

Released:

January 19, 2017

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Episode 25 - Podcast Like It's 1999 - House On Haunted Hill vs. The Haunting (Head-to-Head)

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On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Jon realizes that he should consult the calendar before recording and Kim embraces her love of late 90’s ghost stories. Celebrate the new year with a look back at two of 1999’s most haunted properties as we pit the sadistic spirits of House on Haunted Hill against the playful and brutish phantoms of The Haunting.

Released:

January 12, 2017

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Episode 24 - BONUS! Drive Home From The Drive-In; Underworld: Blood Wars (2016)

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Join Kim and Jon as they take a bite out of Underworld: Blood Wars (2016) on this BONUS episode of Nightmare on Film Street! Vampires, Lycans, Hollywood Fat Cats- no one is safe on this Drive Home From The Drive-In as we tear into the fifth installment in the Underworld franchise.

Released:

January 09, 2017

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Episode 23 - Drive Home From The Drive-In; The Autopsy of Jane Doe & Favorites of 2016

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Join Kim and Jon as they dissect the year’s most anticipated indie horror release, The Autopsy of Jane Doe” (2016) on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street. Then, stick around after the drive home from the drive-in (29:18) to hear their top picks of 2016.

Released:

January 05, 2017

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Episode 22 - Seasons Grievings! Holiday Wrap Up

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Happy Horror-days and Scary Christmas, Fiends! Join Kim and Jon for ANOTHER holiday recommendation episode of Nightmare on Film Street, where they discuss the newest titles in horror for you to binge over your holiday break. On the watch list today: I Am Not A Serial Killer(Billy O’Brien), Eyes Of My Mother (Nicolas Pesce), Hell House LLC (Stephen Cognetti), Yoga Hosers (Kevin Smith) and Train To Busan (Sang-ho Yeon). And from all of us at NOFSPodcast, Happy Holidays to you and yours.

Thank you for all your support this year. Stay Creepy!

Released:

December 29, 2016

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Episode 21 - Seasons Grievings! Holiday BONUS Episode - Part II

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Happy Horror-days and Scary Christmas, Fiends! Join Kim and Jon for a very special BONUS episode of Nightmare on Film Street where they discuss the newest titles in horror for you to binge over the holiday break. On the watch list today: Incarnate (Brad Peyton), Beyond The Gates (Jackson Stewart), The Monster (Bryan Bertino), and Always Shine (Sophia Takal).

And from all of us at NOFSPodcast, Happy Holidays to you and yours.

Thank you for all your support this year. Stay Creepy!

Released:

December 26, 2016

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Episode 20 - Seasons Grievings! Holiday BONUS Episode - Part I

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Happy Horror-days and Scary Christmas, Fiends! Join Kim and Jon for a very special BONUS episode of Nightmare on Film Street where they discuss the newest titles in horror for you to binge over the holiday break. On the watch list today: Pet (Carles Torrens), Abattoir (Darren Lynn Bousman), Good Tidings (Stuart W. Bedford), and Siren (Greg Bishop).

And from all of us at NOFSPodcast, Happy Holidays to you and yours.

Thank you for all your support this year. Stay Creepy!

Released:

December 24, 2016

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Episode 19 - Commentary From The Crypt-ish: Urban Legends: Bloody Mary

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In this week’s episode, Kim and Jon learn the folly of making promises they can’t keep. Last week they agreed to a full watch-along commentary of Urban Legends: Bloody Mary (2005) and boy, did they fail spectacularly. Join us for this episode of highlights as we muscle through Michael Dougherty’s first horror screenplay – available on iTunes, amazon, and other purveyors of lackluster horror movie three-quels.

Released:

December 22, 2016

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Episode 18 - 90's Teen-Screams: Urban Legend vs. I Know What You Did Last Summer (Head-to-Head)

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How well do you know your 90’s Teen-Scream horror? Join us this week on Nightmare On Film Street for a Head-To-Head with Urban Legend (1998) vs. I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997). Only one can win…WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!?

Released:

December 15, 2016

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Episode 17 - KUNDA. ASTRATTA. PODCAST: Head-To-Head with Evil Dead II vs. Drag Me To Hell

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We’ve cracked open the Necronomicon in this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, and gone headfirst into the macabre mind of Sam Raimi. It’s a horror-fueled head-to-head between Evil Dead II (1987) vs. Drag Me To Hell (2009). Who will win? A girlfriend from beyond the grave? A button that just won’t quit? It’s a close call, but only one flick can reign supreme. Groovy.

Released:

December 8, 2016

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Episode 16 - Christmas Creatures: Head-to-Head with Krampus vs. Gremlins

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Merry Christmas from the horror podcast with zero credibility! On today’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon discuss holiday creature-features, Krampus (2015) and Gremlins (1984). So- mail your letters to Santa, make sure your clocks haven’t been tampered with by mischievous pets, and liquor up that eggnog! Cast your vote now on twitter @NOFSpodcast for your favourite Christmas horror movie, and stay creepy..

Released:

December 1, 2016

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Episode 15 - Body Snatchers: Head-to-Head with The Thing Vs Alien

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On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon dissect alien horror! Pitting John Carpenter’s artistic gore-fest The Thing” (1982) against Ridley Scott’s atmospheric nightmare “Alien” (1979) they break down man’s struggle against the unknown, and the dark intentions of an evil that lurks in the furthest reaches of outer space.

Notes: 

The initial base is Norwegian, not Russian as mentioned in the Episode. Hey, we told you we have zero credibility.

Released:

November 24, 2016

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Episode 14 - Top 5: New Horror Available on VOD

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In this week’s episode, Kim + Jon highlight the best new horror releases on VOD, and debut a brand new Trivia game! Try to remember your iTunes password and get ready to discover some the best independent horror available right now.

Released:

November 17, 2016

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Episode 13 - Commentary From The Crypt; Friday the 13th (1980) Watch-Along

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In our celebration of 13 Horror filled episodes of Nightmare on Film Street, we ask you to queue up your copies of the original Friday the 13th (1980) film and watch along with Kim and Jon! Enjoy trivia and commentary about the film, as well as our regularly scheduled nonsense.

This episode features music by Leo Moracchioli covering Stevie Wonder’s ‘Superstition’.

Released:

November 10, 2016

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Episode 12 - Horror Holidays; Head-to-Head with Halloween (1978) vs. Black Christmas (1974)

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Join Kim and Jon for another Horror-fueled romp in this post-Halloween episode, where they battle out the Holiday classics; Halloween (1978) vs. Black Christmas (1974). Stick around to the end an be rewarded with another round of terrifying trivia, entailing Urban Legends. And finally, vote this week’s winner on the Nightmare On Film Street Twitter poll; @NOFSPodcast!

Released:

November 3, 2016

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Episode 11 - Drive Home From the Drive-In; Ouija: Origin of Evil(2016), Plus Rocky Horror on Fox

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A Horrific Happy Halloween from the #NightmareonFilmStreet crew! In this episode, join Kim and Jon as they ‘Drive Home from the Drive-In’ and digest the latest in horror, Ouija: Origin of Evil’ (2016). In addition, they also delve into the Rocky Horror Picture Show special that aired on Fox and share some big happenings at NOFS HQ, including a new patreon program, and huge contest for listeners!

Released:

October 27, 2016

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Episode 10 - Films of Ti West: Head-to-Head with House of the Devil vs. The Innkeepers

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In this week’s episode, it’s a Head-to-Head Horror battle between The Innkeepers(2011) and House of The Devil(2009). Both films are masterpieces of their maker, Ti West – the American film director, producer, screenwriter, editor, cinematographer, and occasional actor.. Which film will win? Will it be the surreal 70’s slasher throwback? Or the humor-filled terror romp through a ghost-house?

Have your say this week in our Twitter poll! Head on over to @NOFSpodcast to cast your vote!

*Notes* In future, anytime you hear us mention ‘Cabin in the Woods’ we likely mean ‘Cabin Fever’. I know. We’ve done it a bunch. Soon we’ll have to turn it into a drinking game.

Released:

October 20, 2016

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Episode 9 - Commentary From The Crypt: Rocky Horror Picture Show Watch-Along

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In this special episode of Nightmare on Film Street, we ask you to queue up your ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show‘ DVDs and watch along with Kim and Jon! Each Commentary From the Crypt episode offers an entire film commentary from start to finish, with classic Horror favorites! So sit back, grab a cocktail, and watch with us!

Drinking Game Rules;

Drink everytime someone says ‘ Damnit!’

Drink everytime Janet screams

Drink everytime a charracter breaks the 4th wall

Drink for every nip-slip

Released:

October 13, 2016

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Episode 8 - Top 5; Halloween Horror Movies - Get Spooky all of October!

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Happy Halloween month! In this episode, Kim and Jon delve into their Halloween Favorites, giving you the low-down on all the horror films (and not-so horror films) you need to be watching this month. Get out the cobwebs and candy-corn, it’s time to count down the Top 5 Halloween Films!

Released:

October 06, 2016

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Episode 7 - Anthology Horror Films; Head-to-Head with V/H/S vs. The ABCs of Death

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Anthology Horror films are the topic of this week’s episode! Join Kim and Jon as we re-visit juggernauts of the Horror Anthology sub-genre. We pit V/H/S(2012) with The ABCs of Death(2012) to battle it out in this week’s Head-to-Head! Want to have the final say? Cast your vote on our Twitter, @nofspodcast!

Released:

September 29, 2016

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Episode 6 - *BONUS* Happy Birthday Stephen King; Favorite Film Adaptations

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Happy 69th Birthday to the Master of Horror, Stephen King! In this BONUS episode of #NightmareOnFilmStreet, Kim and Jon discuss their favorite film adaptions of his legendary works, as well as your favorite picks via Twitter! We’ve got- Cars That Kill, Mazes to Get Lost In, Killer Clowns and Evil Twins- we discuss them all!

Released:

September 23, 2016

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Episode 5 - Top 5: Underrated Horror Films

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In this week’s episode, Kim and Jon list the ‘Top 5 Underrated Horror Movies’. These five films may have underwhelmed at the box office (or barely received a release at all), but they all seem to have a growing following in the far corners of the internet; and for good reason.. If you’re looking to discover a new scare, sit back as we share 5 horror flicks worth discovering!

Released:

September 22, 2016

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Episode 4 - Drive Home From The Drive-In; Blair Witch(2016) Reviewed

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Blair Witch (2016) gets a live review on this mini-sode. Join Kim and Jon as they process this horror film immediately upon leaving the theatre – in a new Nightmare on Film Street segment entitled; Drive Home From The Drive-In!

*Notes* Kim has since rewatched the original Blair Witch Project and realises there was only one girl, not two, as mentioned in this episode. Shame on her.

Released:

September 16, 2016

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Episode 3 - 3rd Act Problems: Head-to-Head with It Follows vs. The Babadook

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The line between Good and Great can be the breaking point for some horror films. On this week’s episode Kim and Jon discuss David Robert Mitchell’s contemporary classic “It Follows” and Jennifer Kent’s cerebralThe Babadook.

Released:

September 13, 2016

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Episode 2 - Superior Sequels: Head-To-Head with Hostel 2 vs. Human Centipede 2

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Using Eli Roth’s torture-horror Hostel II’ and Tom Six’s deeply unnerving Human Centipede II as a backdrop, Kim and Jon discuss horror movie sequels that beat out their original counterparts.

Released:

September 11, 2016

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Episode 1 - Iconic Horror Intros: Head-To-Head with Jaws vs. Scream

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Focusing on Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster bloodbath Jaws‘ and Wes Craven’s teen-slasher ‘Scream’, Kim and Jon discuss iconic horror movie intros in the inaugural episode of Nightmare on Film Street.

Released:

September 10, 2016

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