Why hello there fellow fiends, fine fellows, and floor flushers alike! Happy New Year and welcome to another swell episode of Nightmare on Film Street. You’re going to cast a kitten over the horror movies Kim and Jon have lined up on this here program. It’s going to be a real blowout! The “duck’s quack”, as the weeds and biscuits like to say. So make yourselves comfortable in your cake basket or your dimbox, and make sure you’ve charged your ear muffs because this week’s episode is really the cat’s pajamas. First, we rustle some feathers over that blood-sucking fella Nosferatu (1922) before we cut through the static and get gabbing about The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920). Welcome to the Roaring 2020’s, Big Timer!

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It’s a new year, a new decade, and a new reason to start watching more horror movies! How many do you think you saw last year? Think you can beat that number this year?? We kicked off 2020 with a 24-Hour Silver Scream marathon in honor of Black & White Frights Month here at Nightmare on Film Street. We can’t wait to talk to you about the horrors of yesteryear and the films that paved the way for modern cinema. Speaking of which, January 2020 has the year off to a great with Underwater, The Turning, and this week’s The Grudge which we’ll be reviewing for Patreon this weekend!

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January 2nd, 2020


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