OH, I’M READY FOR IT. We’re flying the spooky skies this week on the Nightmare on Film Street Horror Movie Podcast! Board two freaky flights with your hosts Jon and Kim as they gush over death’s design in FINAL DESTINATION (2000), before slithering on over to pheromones and flight simulators with SNAKES ON A PLANE (2006)! Will Devon Sawa be able to save his classmates from the Grim Reaper (who may or may not be Tony Todd)? Will Samuel L. Jackson save that blonde lady and her adorable little dog from a slither of snakes? (a group of snakes is actually called “a pit, nest, or den” of snakes, but I digress) Tune in and Joinn usss…
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