It’s the terrors of time travel on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street! Well.. more like the terrors of shitty human beings and time travel just happens to make an appearance. Kim and Jon take time out of their travels to discuss Frank the Bunny’s ominous warnings in Donnie Darko (2001), and Ashton Kutcher’s divine diaries in The Butterfly Effect (2004). What horrors has time wrought? Will Lenny ever get over his obsession with model planes? Why are the words ‘Cellar Door’ so poetic according to Drew Barrymore? Tune in!
WHAT’S KEEPING US CREEPY?
Kim and Jon are keeping it creepy on the road! They just finished up a weekend of horror-filled cinema haunts at All Hallows Eve LLC’s Terror Town in Williamsburg! Terror Town is a 19th Century Halloween Haunt made for adult horror fans, with a haunted trail, axe throwing, bars, restaurants, shops, an outdoor theatre, and more! Nightmare on Film Street’s event has finished, but the park is only ramping up for the Halloween season, with special musical acts and events leading up to Halloween! Event runs until November 3rd.
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October 10th, 2019