We’ve saved the best for last in our month-long salute to Stephen King here at Nightmare on Film Street! Join Kim and Jon on this week’s episode as they revisit a spook-filled tradition of yesteryear: The Horror Miniseries. In anticipation of Andy Muschietti’s IT Chapter 2, we’re discussing Tim Curry’s presentation of evil incarnate in Tommy Lee Wallace’s IT (1990) and the fangtastic vampires of Tobe Hooper’s Salem’s Lot (1979).

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Despite all those shrugs from last week’s mini-episode, we loved Ready or Not! It’s a crazy good time at the movies and we hope you loved it too. If you’re still on the fence about whether or not to see the movie, check out our review from senior contributor Grant DeArmitt, who called Ready or Not Agatha Christie on acid“. Oh! By the way: We launched our new Dead Media pin collection recently, featuring some of your favourite VHS covers! Check out this week’s New Arrivals in the NOFS Store now.

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Aug 29th, 2019


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