Join us this week on Nightmare on Film Street as we celebrate Kim’s birthday with the spookiest, kookiest family on the block! Opting for some lighter, family fun – we discuss two beloved horror/comedy favorites; The Addam’s Family (1991), and Addam’s Family Values (1993). With a standout cast; Anjelica Huston as Morticia, Raúl Juliá as Gomez, Christina Ricci as Wednesday, Christopher Lloyd as brother Fester, and Joan Cusack as Evil Babysitter Debbie, the Addams Family films became quick standouts of the remake wave of the early 90s. So pull out your shovel, it’s time to dig up the relatives. Also, Happy Birthday Kim!
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Kim and Jon are attending Fantasia Film Fest this month! If you’re located in Montreal, or will be trekking out for the fest – send us a message on social media! We’d love to meet up for a drink and chat horror. If you’re not heading to the fest – fret not! We’ll be updating you with full festival coverage and reviews here on the Nightmare on Film Street Website, and our Twitter and Instagram pages.
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July 19th, 2018