Tag: almost horror
Just a mere mention of the film Scarface (1983) and everyone in the conversation immediately...Read More
Has this past year felt a tad apocalyptic to you? Between the grocery store line-ups, the home...Read More
It’s time for another round of Almost Horror, and this month, since its Monster Mash Month...Read More
The spooky season is upon us and at this time of year, even the most innocuous of things seem to...Read More
If you were to think of a movie, any movie that’s the furthest thing from a horror film,...Read More
Hot enough for you? I swear, it’s been so hot, I walked into my kitchen yesterday and I saw...Read More
Welcome back to another edition of Almost Horror, where we search the furthest reaches of the...Read More
It’s time, once again, for another Almost Horror feature where we here at NOFS take a look...Read More
And we’re back for another round of Almost Horror, everyone’s favorite monthly where...Read More
Have you ever watched a haunting drama? Bared witness to a harrowing action flick? Or have you...Read More
Horror for the Casually Obsessed. From the Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network; The Nightmare on Film Street podcast is a candid, comedic take on the genre from hosts Jonathan DeHaan and Kimberley Elizabeth. New Episodes drop FREE Thursdays on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and our Podcast page. Join the Fiend Club for Exclusive bonus content & rewards. Join us, if you dare!
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