Welcome to Cutting It Close, a monthly column that tackles one of the most popular subgenres in...Read More
Author: Paul Le
England’s infamous Borley Rectory is the inspiration behind Christopher Smith’s latest...Read More
Welcome to Freaks of Nature, a monthly column devoted to creature features of all shapes and...Read More
There was a time when Western horror routinely questioned religions and their followers. This...Read More
The intense fear of the unknown is evident in Michael Nader’s directorial debut The Toll....Read More
As Violation premiered at TIFF 2020 and Sundance 2021, co-directors Dusty Mancinelli and Madeleine...Read More
There was a time when people lived their lives according to fables, myths, and superstitions....Read More
Little Marvin and Lena Waithe’s Prime Video series Them reimagines the struggle so many...Read More
Society often mistakes phobias as being nothing more than everyday fears or explanations for...Read More
Horror for the Casually Obsessed. The Nightmare on Film Street podcast is a candid, comedic take on the genre from hosts Jonathan DeHaan and Kimberley Elizabeth. New Episodes drop most Thursdays on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and our Podcast page. Join the Fiend Club for Exclusive bonus content & rewards. Join us, if you dare!
[Review] HALLOWEEN KILLS Showcases The Brutality and NeverEnding Trauma Of An Unstoppable Killing Machine
[Review] Mike Flanagan Invokes Small Town Horror in Netflix Limited Series MIDNIGHT MASS
[#TIFF21 Review] Genre Mashup SALOUM Sends Three Mercenaries on A Revenge Mission in A Cursed Land
Ads Are Scary
Nightmare on Film Street is available FREE to read, listen to, and enjoy; without intrusive ads, blocks or limits. We are independently owned and operated. We rely on your donations to cover our operating expenses and to directly compensate our team of Contributors from across the Globe!
If you enjoy Nightmare on Film Street, consider Buying us a coffee!