Join us this week on Nightmare on Film Street as we celebrate Jon’s birthday with some highly beloved David Lynch films! Above the surreal and sometimes absurd Twin Peaks, David Lynch’s filmography addresses the waking nightmares and dream logic not often visited in modern cinema. Jon has decided to celebrate with the sultry, high stakes noir Blue Velvet (1986), and the not so linear glimpse at Hollywood in Mulholland Drive (2001). (Not into surreal film? Don’t worry, Kim isn’t either.) Let the unpacking and metaphor hunting begin! Also, Happy Birthday Jon!
What’s Keeping us Creepy?
Kim and Jon will be heading to Fantasia Film Fest starting July 12th, and popping in and out throughout the 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 (including the premiere of Nightmare Cinema!) here on the Nightmare on Film Street Website, and our Twitter and Instagram pages.
We recently launched a summer-wide FREE PIN promo for all new Patreon supporters and existing patrons who up their pledges! From now until the end of summer, while supplies last – each and every new supporter will receive one of our Cinema Cemetery enamel pins in addition to regular tier rewards! Existing patrons who want to score a free pin will be eligible if they up their current pledge tier!
Support the Show:
Unlock access to exclusive bonus content and earn some other frightfully good rewards, including shoutouts, merch, and swag by supporting Nightmare on Film Street on Patreon. This week, Patreon supporters can enjoy an exclusive companion episode where we continue the conversation on Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet, and play a little game called That Movie You Like is Going to Come Back in Style.
July 5th, 2018