On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street the zombies have been AWOKEN! Join Kim and Jon in a double feature of undead horror that stretches from the Swiss alps to the Caribbean Islands. In celebration of Julius Avery’s Overlord we tear into the frigid, icy cold demeanor of the intestine-obsessed battalion in Tommy Wirkola’s Dead Snow (2009), and feast on the goggle-wearing aquatic wierdos of Ken Wiederhorn’s Shock Waves (1977).
WHAT’S KEEPING US CREEPY?
Kim and Jon discuss their overall impressions of Julius Avery’s Overlord which hit theatres earlier this month! You can read the full review here at NOFSPODCAST.COM, and listen to our full Drive Home From The Drive-In review at PATREON.COM/NIGHTMAREONFILMSTREET. And with all that out of the way, we take a quick moment to wish our American listeners a very happy Thanksgiving.
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November 22nd, 2018