Bright Lights, Big Witchy! On this week’s episode of the Nightmare on Film Street Horror podcast, Kim and Jon descend into the technicolor depths of Dario Argento’s Suspiria (1977) and Mario Bava’s Blood andBlack Lace (1964). We’ll talk ballerinas, covens, and witchy snores – all the way to masked assailants, pink raincoats, and corn flakes! Kim and Jon will also wow you with the many ear-cringing ways of pronouncing Giallo. Prego!
Kim and Jon discuss their overall impressions of Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria (2018) which hit theatres last weekend! You can read the full review here at NOFSPODCAST.COM, and enter to win a pair of passes to see Suspiria in theatres! (Canadian Residents Only)
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