Why do ghosts always ask us to do stuff? What if all we want to do is sit around and watch horror movies? On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street we examine the complexity of grief and the eternal torment of the supernatural. Join your hosts Kim and Jon, of sound mind and belief, as they do their best to unpack the themes Nicholas Roeg’s Don’t Look Now (1973) and right the wrongs in Peter Medak’s The Changeling (1980).

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We saw Brian de Palma’s Phantom of The Paradise (1974) for the first time recently, and we cannot begin to tell you how in love we are with this dang movie. Also, we just launched our new “Horror Movie Marathon” shirt design! Get your very own Nightmare on Film Shirt HERE to keep warm, stay creepy, and support NOFS!


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February 28, 2019


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