100 CCs of Scary: 10 Spooky Hospitals in Horror Movies (That Aren’t Asylums)
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by Roz Mosis
6h ago
Hospitals are scary places. They’re where we’re most vulnerable. Either we’re visiting someone who’s sick or, even worse, we are the someone who is sick. There’s always something uncanny about the pure white walls, the strange existence for the people working there and the transient nature of just… being around so many people who are closer to death than they wanted to be. But what’s always struck me about hospitals in horror is most of them are asylums. And whilst asylums have their own particular type of scary quality, that has always struck me as a bit…narrow. So! May I present: 10 spooky h ..read more
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[Interview] How MOVIES PLUS is Keeping Streaming Affordable
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by Jonathan Dehaan
2d ago
Streaming services have become the new Cable TV Providers. For years it was the only way to see premiere programming, but we all waived goodbye to costly content and unwanted channels at the dawn of the streaming revolution. And now, of course, streaming has become as expensive as cable always was. A Netflix here, an HBO Max there, and suddenly you’re over $100 in streaming costs. Movies Plus is the new, affordable streaming service on the block, here to keep ya entertained without breaking the bank. We recently spoke with Movies Plus founder Cory Tucek about the hurdles of curating inexpensiv ..read more
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Horror Movie Roundup At The 2023 Sundance Film Festival
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by Jonathan Dehaan
2d ago
Every new year of Horror begins and ends at the Sundance Film Festival. It’s maybe not the first festival that comes to mind when you think “Horror” but some of the genres biggest, boldest titles celebrated their world premiere in the picturesque mountains of Park City, Utah. The 2023 Sundance Film Festival had a good handful of horror movies for genre freaks like us to devour and the midnight program itself served as a sleek Coming Attractions preview of this year’s most anticipated titles. Below is Nightmare on Film Street’s full roundup of the horror movies to keep an eye out for this year ..read more
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Netflix, who? 10 Iconic Horror Movies Streaming Free on Tubi Right Now (February 2023)
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by Kimberley Elizabeth
3d ago
Are you a horror movie fan looking for a streaming service with classic flicks? Look no further than Tubi, which offers an array of classic horror titles for free. Some of the most iconic horror films of all time are just waiting to be streamed for free on Tubi, from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre to The Changeling, and more. These 10 titles are sure to bring chills and thrills to your movie night!   1. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) This slasher flick directed by Tobe Hooper and produced by horror legend, Roger Corman is a classic of the genre. Follow five friends as they venture into ..read more
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[Podcast] KNOCK AT THE CABIN First-Reactions Review (Fiend Club Exclusive)
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by Nightmare on Film Street
5d ago
Master of Suspense M. Night Shyamalan returns to movie theatres with apocalyptic tale of destruction Knock At The Cabin. Join your horror hosts Kim and Jon as they sit down to share their first reactions of 2023’s newest horror flick. It’s a fun conversation where we shake our fists at the sky, and share our own end-of-the-world nightmares. This is a full-spoiler discussion about every twist and turn, so abandon all hope ye who enter-uh, before making the trek out to the movies to see it for yourself. Join usss….. — LISTEN NOW AT THE NOFS FIEND CLUB   Nightmare on Film Street is ..read more
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Hearts and Daggers: 10 Romantic Horror Movies to Watch This Valentine’s Day!
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by Kimberley Elizabeth
1w ago
Love is in the air this Valentine’s Day and for those looking for something different, why not spice up the season with a romantic horror? From classic slasher films to modern thrillers, there’s something for everyone when it comes to horror movies that are sure to make your Valentine’s Day a memorable one! Here are 10 romantic horrors to get you in the mood for love.   1. Valentine (2001) Valentine is an underrated slasher film with romantic undertones. Set on Valentine’s Day, the movie follows a group of friends who are menaced by an unknown killer. With an ensemble cast of young stars ..read more
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[Podcast] Nightmare Alley: Dying In The Dark with THE OUTWATERS Writer/Director Robbie Banfitch
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by Jonathan Dehaan
1w ago
Powered by RedCircle DESCRIPTION This is not a drill, horror fans! We’ve got a new found-footage movie hitting theatres soon and it is scaaarryyyyy. Join your horror hosts Kim & Jon on this week’s episodes of Nightmare on Film Street as they chat with Robbie Banfitch, writer/director/star of The Outwaters, a horror movie that has been giving us nightmares for almost a year now. It’s a super casual conversation about totally normal things like making severed heads in your apartment, getting swarmed by bees in the desert, and swimming with a group a seal in the ocean to attract hungry sharks ..read more
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Bad Weather Ahead: The Complicated Production of John Carpenter’s THE FOG (1980)
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by Jonathan Dehaan
1w ago
The making of John Carpenter’s 1980 horror film The Fog was a complicated, but evidently rewarding process. From conception to production, the film’s journey was a long and often arduous one, yet the end result is an iconic and highly influential cult horror classic. John Carpenter made a name for himself with his breakout hit Halloween in 1978. After the success of Halloween, Carpenter was approached by his then-girlfriend and frequent collaborator Debra Hill, with an idea for another horror film – this time, something a little more paranormal.   ‘What if there’s something in that fog? W ..read more
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Real-Life Frights: The 10 Most Haunted Places in America
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by Kimberley Elizabeth
1w ago
Are you looking for a frightful adventure? If so, then a tour of America’s most haunted places is just the thing for you! From abandoned asylums to old mansions, these spooky sites are sure to give you the creeps. Read on to learn more about the 10 most haunted places in America.   10. The Winchester Mystery House – San Jose, California Located in San Jose, California, the Winchester Mystery House was built by Sarah Winchester, the widow of the famous gun magnate William Winchester. After her husband’s death, Sarah believed the house was haunted and began a never-ending construction proje ..read more
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Frigid Frights: 10 Wintery Horror Movies that will Give You the Chills!
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by Kimberley Elizabeth
1w ago
Are you looking for a night of thrills and chills? Look no further than this list of wintery paranormal horror movies that are sure to send shivers down your spine. From classic films like The Shining to more recent releases like The Lodge, this collection of films will keep you on the edge of your seat. So grab a blanket and some popcorn and get ready to be spooked!   1. The Shining, 1980 Jack Nicholson’s iconic performance as a haunted hotel’s caretaker in The Shining will have you shivering in your seat. Stanley Kubrick’s iconic use of cinematography and editing will have you question ..read more
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