Join Kim and Jon on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street for the perfect summertime horror subgenre: Animal Attacks! We’re taking a quick break from our month-long salute to Stephen King to discuss the killer crocodiles of Lake Placid (1999) and the suspiciously-hungry snakes of Anaconda (1997). Come for the water monsters, stay to hear two dummies that don’t know the difference between a crocodile and an alligator. Oh, and there’s a strange power surge halfway through the episode that maybe almost killed us dead. Enjoy!
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Aug 15th, 2019