Art goes EVIL! We’re talking horror anthology ALLEGORIA on this brand new Nightmare Alley edition of the Nightmare on Film Street horror podcast! Your hosts Kim and Jon are joined by the film’s creators, writer/director/producer Spider One and actress/editor/producer Krsy Fox! We get a behind-the-scenes look at the emotionally-charged monster fest that haunts the creative souls at its disposal. We talk monster-making, the editing process, how the film’s idea was conceived, and more! Allegoria is streaming now on Shudder. Joinn usss..
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