What movie gave you nightmares as a kid? Was it a Disney movie?? Join your horror hosts Kim & Jon on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they crack open the vault and pluck out a forgotten gem that terrified a generation. Disney may be known for its beloved children’s cartoons but they also made a few truly terrifying tales in their day and The Watcher In The Woods is a perfect example of just how dark Disney can get. It’s a creep-tastic little haunting of a movie filled with weeping ghosts, a batty Betty Davis, 0h- and a friggin space monster demon thing?! Join usssss…
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