Hello again horror fans and welcome back to Nightmare Alley, the spooky little sidestreet podcast in the Nightmare on Film Street feed. This week your horror hosts Jon & Kim are joined by director Mimi Cave and writer/producer Lauryn Kahn to discuss their super funny, totally gory film Fresh. Dating these days can be a real nightmare…especially when your date turns out to be a ding-dang human-eating cannibal! Hear all the gory details about the making of this hilarious horrifying tale of one girl’s date from hell, including which meats looks most like human flesh on screen. Join usss…
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