There’s a new killer doll in town, and she just wants to be your best friend… forever.
We caught M3GAN, the latest from evil-doll-lover and Producer James Wan, and we have some feels. Is this another re-hash of standard Blumhouse fair, or does it stand up to the multitude of dastardly dolls and Black Mirror-esque tech-gone-wrong content available today? Tune in now to hear your Nightmare on Film Street hosts’ first reactions!
Reminder: This is a spoiler-filled discussion. You might want to save this episode until after you’ve had a chance to watch M3GAN at your local cinema. But we can’t stop ya, so you do whatever you damn well, please!
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