When you think “so-bad-it’s-good” horror movies, two films immediately come to mind and we’re covering both of them on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street! Join Kim and Jon as they celebrate these two staples of Trashterpiece Cinema, and Jonathan’s birthday with two guilty pleasure picks, perfect for laughing along with friends. If you’re a fan of gritty, mind-bending noirs, Twin Peaks nonsense, and Brian De Palma-esque femme fatales filtered through B-Movie logic and very un-erotic fiction, then you are in the perfect headspace to enjoy Joel Shumacher’s The Number 23 and Chis Sivertson’s I Know Who Killed Me! Crack open a beer, plug your prosthetic leg in to charge and join ussss…

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Unlock access to exclusive bonus content and earn some other frightfully good rewards, including shoutouts, merch, and swag by supporting Nightmare on Film Street on Patreon. And good news! The Drive Home From The Drive-In Reviews are back, now that drive-in are finally open again! This week, we highly encourage you to seek out the eerie, slow-burn madness of Relic, now playing at select drive-in theatres, and also our Nightmare Alley interview with director & co-writer Natalie Erika James!

This week’s epsiode is sponsored by The House: A Horror Novel by Paul Carro, digitally exclusive at Amazon and on paperback at Amazon, Barnes and Nobles, and other retailers.


July 16th, 2020


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