It’s been one hell of a year, amiright? And yet somehow, against all odds, this was still a great year for horror movies. Join Kim and Jon on this week’s episodes of Nightmare on Film Street as they count down their Top 10 Horror Movies of 2020 including drive-in releases, hidden gems on VOD, and film festival favorites. It’s a jam-packed episode of movie recommendations filled with werewolves, ghosts, and draculas to get you through all those dark December nights. Join usss..
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