[Podcast] My Milk Cow Brings All The Greys To The Yard: SIGNS (2002)
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2d ago
We’re talking M. Night Shyamalan’s Signs (2002) this week on the Nightmare on Film Street horror movie podcast, and we’re feeling the rural horror love. Join your horror hosts Kimmi and Jon as they dissect the emotions from the facts, and get down to the real meat of it; why would aliens who have a weakness to water wage war on a planet that’s 80% wet? We’ve got corn. We’ve got crop circles. We’ve got crackling baby monitors. We’ve got shadows on the roof. We’ve got… surprisingly few cows? Signs (2002) stars Mel Gibson as Graham Hess, a former preacher turned farmer who’s lost his faith after ..read more
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[Podcast] Sunglasses At Night: NEAR DARK (1987)
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1w ago
Saddle up, horror fans! This week on the Nightmare on Film Street horror movie podcast, Kimmi and Jon are diving into the wild, wild West with the vampire cult classic, Near Dark (1987). Get ready for a rowdy romp through this bloody, dusty gem where a young cowboy falls for the wrong girl and gets dragged into a vampire gang that’s more Tombstone than Twilight. We’re talking spurs, bloodsuckers, and a whole lotta leather. It’s a dog-eat-dog world after the sun sets. Join us as we chat about Kathryn Bigelow’s directorial flair, the wild antics of Bill Paxton’s Severen, and why these rough ’rou ..read more
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[Podcast] Sunglasses At Night: BLADE (1998)
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1w ago
Vampires and sunglasses go together like cobwebs and creepy castles, but nobody looks as cool warning sunglasses at night as Wesley Snipes in Blade (1998). The Van Helsing character has come a long way since Bram Stoker’s Dracula was published back in 1897 but I think we can all agree he hit his peak in the late 90s. Trench coats, muscle cars, martial arts, one-liners! Blade was the greatest vampire hunter, here to rid the world of the ultimate evil: scum-sucking vampire elites, feasting on the living, controlling the population, and gettin’ freaky in their underground blood shower night clubs ..read more
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[Podcast] A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 40th Anniversary Interview with Heather Langenkamp
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3w ago
We celebrate the 40th anniversary of A Nightmare on Elm Street on a very special episode of the Nightmare on Film Street podcast, recorded live from Panic Fest! Your horror hosts Kimmi and Jon were joined by Nancy Thompson herself, Heather Langenkamp, to celebrate the supernatural slasher classic and honor the legacy of horror’s most resourceful final girl of all time! During this full-length Q&A with Heather Langenkamp, we talk about what it was like working with the legendary Wes Craven, how scary it was to do those terrifying scenes alongside Robert Englund, working with the other young ..read more
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[Podcast] THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT 25th Anniversary Interview with Eduardo Sanchez and Michael C. Williams
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1M ago
We’re getting lost in the woods on this very special episode of the Nightmare on Film Street Horror Movie Podcast! Your hosts Kimmi and Jon are celebrating 25 years of The Blair Witch Project, and are joined by co-director Eduardo Sanchez, and star Michael C. Williams! In this exclusive interview, we discuss the legacy of *the* most iconic found footage film of all time, learn about the painstaking filming process, what it was like to be on the other side of that insane marketing campaign, and what they see for the future of found footage and how filmmakers can still innovate in the sug-genre ..read more
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[Podcast] Something, Something, Haunted Mirrors: MIRROR, MIRROR (1990)
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1M ago
We’re through the looking glass on this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, your casually obsessed horror movie podcast. Join your hosts Kimmi & Jon as they try to make sense of another haunted mirror horror, fixing their gaze this time on the early 90’s cult creeper Mirror, Mirror. A supernatural slasher that would make Mary Lour Maloney proud, Mirror, Mirror plays by its own rules, isn’t afraid to get weird, and features the one and only Karen Black in a high camp role for the ages. Oh- and also an evil mirror that kills a handful of teenagers, creates doppelgangers, downloads ni ..read more
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[Podcast] Something, Something, Haunted Mirrors: AMITYVILLE: A NEW GENERATION (1993)
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1M ago
Haunted houses are scary and all, but you know what’s really terrifying?? Haunted…mirrors! Join your horror hosts Jon & Kim as they kick off a double feature of haunted mirrors, beginning with Amityville: A New Generation. Is still unclear whether the mirror is haunted by evil or a ghost, or just the image of the Amityville Horror house. To be honest, I don’t think the movie itself knows what drives the mirror, but all we do know is that it someone manages to make people dead. Hooray! SUPPORT THE SHOW: Nightmare on Film Street is a labor of love – and Terror! Support us ..read more
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[Podcast] Horror Musicals: REPO! THE GENETIC OPERA (2008)
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2M ago
Everybody! Everybody! Join us at the opera tonight, where we’ll discuss scorned lovers, corpse mountains, and horror-themed music theatre bangers! On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, your horror hosts Kimmi & Jon dissect, dismember, and dig into the twisted goth opera epic that is Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008). Featuring a stacked cast, including Bill Moseley, Paris Hilton, Paul Sorvino, Phantom of The Opera’s Sarah Brightman, and a tormented but threatening performance from Buffy The Vampire Slayer’s own Anthony Head, Repo! The Genetic Opera is a Nu-Metal infused, organ o ..read more
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[Podcast] Horror Musicals! SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET (2007)
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2M ago
On this week’s episode of Nightmare on Film Street, we’re finally ready to reveal a big secret…..we like musicals! But mostly only musicals filled with tragedy, and revenge, and buckets of blood. Join your horror hosts Kimmi & Jon as they break down Tim Burton’s adaptation of the macabre musical classic, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007). We’re chatting about that killer barber chair/corpse delivery system, investigating that uncomfortable feeling you get watching Alan Richman portray a sinister villain, and biting our lips while trying not to sing all of our favorite ..read more
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[Podcast] Graveyard Smash: TRANSYLVANIA 6-5000
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2M ago
Join your horror hosts Kimmi & Jon for an electrified conversation about a true cult classic and a movie that carried the torch of the Universal Classic Monsters into a new era. Heralded by fans as a tentpole monster comedy, and derided by its harshest critics as pure trash, Transylvania 6-5000 is….an acquired taste.  Bustin’ at the seams with goofy gags, kooky characters and truly bizarre decisions, this Monster Mash is 100,000 volts of cartoonish insanity. Sometimes comedic genius, sometimes bad improv, Transylvania 6-5000 is undeniably unique and- heck, why are we burying the lead ..read more
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