Back in my day, our horror stories were full of sex and violence and monsters!
Join Kim and Jon on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, as they dissect and resurrect Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1994)! Directed by Francis Ford Coppola and Kenneth Branagh, respectively, these films are regarded as the most faithful (and racy) adaptations of two of literature’s most celebrated classics.
And as always, let us know what you thought about this week’s episode, and vote for your fave film in our ‘Let’s Get Lit-erary’ poll on Twitter @NOFSpodcast, and join our Facebook group to continue the conversation with the horde of horror fiends!
What’s Keeping us Creepy?
1. We finally sat down to play Mondo’s THE THING: INFECTION AT OUTPOST 31! We’ll also be live streaming a play-through this weekend (finger’s crossed) so stay tuned to NOFS on social media for links to the live feed this Saturday.
2. Nominations have wrapped for the first annual FREDDY’S – HORROR AWARDS. Cast your ballot and celebrate the gory, the depraved, and the terrifying in an awards ceremony to rival the non-horror friendly Oscars! And you, the esteemed Horror Public, will be making all of the decisions. Voting Begins January 29th!
3. BEETLE BREAKFAST, the 2nd pin from the Cinema Cemetery Collection is now available for presale! Inspired by everyone’s favorite Bio-Exorcist, this tombstone pin is a hand-drawn replica of the tombstone featured in BEETLEJUICE. “I’ll eat anything you want me to eat, I’ll swallow anything you want me to swallow, so come on down and I’ll… chew on a dog!”
4. We’re on Spotify! You can now grab episodes of Nightmare on Film Street on the Spotify app! Tell your friends, tell your boss, tell your evil doppelganger! Just search ‘Nightmare on Film Street‘ and hit that FOLLOW button, fiend!
January 25th, 2018