Thanksgiving is just around the corner, so you don’t really need us to tell you that Home Is Where The Horror Is, but on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street we’re inviting you to the most uncomfortable dinner tables in horror since The Sawyer Family invited Sally Hardesty over for a little headcheese. Join Kim and Jon as they discuss the slow, simmering burn of Karyn Kusama’s The Invitation (2015) and Jordan Peele’s landmark debut Get Out (2017). Oh, Deer!
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WHAT’S KEEPING US CREEPY?
If you’ve still got Stephen KIng on the brain after seeing Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep, why not celebrate some monumental anniversaries of Tommy Lee Wallace’s IT (1990) and Tobe Hooper’s Salem’s Lot (1979). And if you’ve already short of breath thinking about going back home for Thanksgiving, we’ve got a whole host of articles examining why Home Is Where The Horror Is.
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November 21st, 2019