Turn that dial to ‘Channel 666’ because things are about to get wickedly nostalgic on the Nightmare on Film Street horror movie podcast! Your horror connoisseurs Kimmi & Jon are taking a stroll down memory lane to revisit the made-for-TV gem that sent shivers down spines in 1981 – Dark Night of the Scarecrow.
In this eerie flick, a small-town scarecrow may look harmless by day, but when darkness falls, it transforms into something far more sinister… and it’s out for blood! Join us as we dissect this chilling tale of vengeance from beyond the grave. Is it a hayride to horror heaven, or just a corny scare-fest?
Get ready for a dose of nostalgia and a heap of laughs as we unearth this forgotten gem and explore the dark side of television’s past. Don’t touch that dial, or you might just miss out on all the thrills and chills! Join us…
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