Welcome back to Nightmare Alley, fiends; The spooky little sidestreet in the Nightmare on Film Street podcast feed. This week, Kim & Jon are joined by writer/director Ryan Spindell to discuss his super HalloweenTastic horror-anthology The Mortuary Collection, now available stream on Shudder! If you aren’t afraid of tentacle monsters, creepy old morticians, or crazed killers out to murder + eat little girls and boys, you’re going to love this cooky, creepy movie. Joinn uss…
As always, let us know what you thought about this week’s episode on Twitter @NOFSpodcast, our Subreddit, and join our Horror group on Facebook to continue the conversation and share your #31DayHorrorChallenge picks! Oh, and don’t forget to check out Salem Horror Fest all October long to see the 30th Anniversary Reunion Panel of Gremlins 2: The New Batch with director Joe Dante, producer Michael Finnell, and stars Zach Galligan & Robert Picardo, (hosted by yours truly!).
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