July is Greedy Guts month at Nightmare on Film Street, celebrating the horror movies we love unconditionally. Join your hosts Kim and Jon as they discuss two films Jon has selfishly picked for himself, to further obsess over ideas and themes he clearly does not understand. On this week’s episode, it’s a double feature of freaky foley art and terrifying tape recordings in Brian de Palma’s Blow Out (1981) and Peter Strickland’s Berberian Sound Studio (2012).
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WHAT’S KEEPING US CREEPY?
Happy Fourth of July, American listeners! That midweek holiday could not have come at a better time because your local theatre is full of horror movies right now, including Gary Daubermab’s Annabelle Comes Home and Ari Aster’s Midsommar, and we’ve got Drive Home From The Drive-In reviews for both on Patreon right now! Also, the Fantasia Film Festival recently released their full 2019 lineup so be sure to head over to fantasiafestival.com and check out all the killer films in this year’s program.
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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 Blow Out and Berberian Sound Studio with a little game we’re calling “Berberian Squish Studio”, available at www.patreon.com/nightmareonfilmstreet.
July 4th, 2019