What do the horror movies Saw and Se7en have in common? Killing, maiming and torturing regular folk because the killer dun think they earned it. Join us on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street as we aim to dissect and discuss some killer thrillers – Leigh Whannell and James Wan’s gruesome low-budget phenomenon Saw (2004), and David Fincher’s disturbing and highly imaginative cop-drama Se7en (1995)! Which killer is most devious? How many times will we do the Tobin Bell voice? Who represents envy? Find out now!
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WHAT’S KEEPING US CREEPY?
We tried something different this month, and you’ll now be getting some mini-episodes in your feed during Nightmare on Film Street’s off weeks! We’re still considered a bi-weekly podcasts with new episodes every-other Thursday, but during our quiet weeks, we’re going to drop a teaser episode discussing this week’s Horror news and Happenings, as well as revealing the upcoming films we’ll be discussing on the show! Just keep an eye on your feed wherever you subscribe for episodes to drop!
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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. This week, Patreon supporters can enjoy an exclusive companion episode where we continue the conversation on Saw (2004) and Se7en (1995), and play a little game called “Scene of the Crime….Thriller”, available at www.patreon.com/nightmareonfilmstreet.
March 14th, 2019