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Horror for the Casually Obsessed. Fangoria presents the Nightmare on Film Street podcast; A candid, comedic take on the genre from hosts Jonathan Dehaan and Kimberley Elizabeth. New Episodes every-other Thursday on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and http://NOFSPodcast.com! Exclusive bonus episodes available on Patreon. Join us, if you dare!

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    • 4.7, 488 Ratings

Horror for the Casually Obsessed. Fangoria presents the Nightmare on Film Street podcast; A candid, comedic take on the genre from hosts Jonathan Dehaan and Kimberley Elizabeth. New Episodes every-other Thursday on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and http://NOFSPodcast.com! Exclusive bonus episodes available on Patreon. Join us, if you dare!

    Nightmare Alley: In Conversation with Antrum Creators David Amito & Michael Laicini

    Nightmare Alley: In Conversation with Antrum Creators David Amito & Michael Laicini

    Take a stroll down NIGHTMARE ALLEY, the scary little side street between regularly scheduled episodes of the Nightmare on Film Street horror podcast! This week, your hosts Kim and Jon are joined by writers, directors, and producers of viral cult horror ANTRUM; David Amito and Michael Laicini! Dubbed 'The Deadliest Film Ever Made', Antrum blurs the lines between mockumentary/found footage and immersive horror experience. Viewers must make it past a weighty warning implying a death curse might just follow them home after bearing witness to 'Antrum', a satanic film resurfaced from the 1970s. Our guests this week will lift the curtain and share with NoFS how Antrum was conceived, how it's been received, and now- how it seems to be taking on a life of its own!  Join ussss...
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    • 46 min
    A Night To Remember...Again! Prom Night (2008) vs Carrie (2013)

    A Night To Remember...Again! Prom Night (2008) vs Carrie (2013)

     Welcome to Nightmare on Film Street's Enchantment Under The Sea Dance! (Which is to stay that we're talking about prom horror on this week's episode of the show) And without further ado, it is my honor to announce this year's Prom King.....A psychopathic stalker and recent prison escapee, best known for his role in 2008's Prom Night remake. And of course, the moment you all been waiting for- this year's Prom Queen is *drumroll* oh my, this is a surprise! Why it's that telekinetic girl you now and love (to bully), 2013's Carrie! (It's another big week of recommendations at the top of the show - film discussion begins at 14:01). 
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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Nightmare Alley: In Conversation with Author & Screenwriter Grady Hendrix

    Nightmare Alley: In Conversation with Author & Screenwriter Grady Hendrix

    Welcome back to Nightmare Alley- the scary little side street between regularly scheduled episodes of Nightmare on Film Street. This week, Kim and Jon are joined by author and screenwriter Grady Hendrix to discuss his most recent novel, The Southern Book Club's Guide To Slaying Vampires. Equal parts true-crime and homemaker how-tos The Southern Book Club's Guide To Slaying Vampires pits a blood-sucking serial killer against the strongest army the United States has ever known: Moms. It's an absolutely hilarious and harrowing tale of homespun horror and the best part is that it's available right now everywhere books are sold! Join ussss.
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    • 44 min
    Wet, Dead, And Full of Secrets: The Ring vs. What Lies Beneath

    Wet, Dead, And Full of Secrets: The Ring vs. What Lies Beneath

    We are legally required to inform you that this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street is Cursed! If you dare listen, in seven days you will... receive another podcast in your feed!! Join your hosts Kim & Jon as they discuss two horror movies filled to the brim with ghosts harboring wet, dead secrets. First up, we're sinking into the murky waters of Robert Zemeckis' airtight murder-mystery What Lies Beneath (2000) before floating on down the river to investigate the torrent of terror that is Gore Verbinski's revolutionary remake The Ring (2002)! (We have A LOT of horror recommendations to keep you busy this week so buckle up for an oversized intro, or feel free to skip ahead to 15:10) 
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    • 1 hr 23 min
    Nightmare Alley: In Conversation with "Z" Director Brandon Christensen

    Nightmare Alley: In Conversation with "Z" Director Brandon Christensen

    Welcome to Nightmare Alley- the scary little side street between regularly scheduled episodes of Nightmare on Film Street. This week, Kim and Jon are joined by director Brandon Christensen to discuss his most recent horror film Z, premiering on Shudder May 7. Brandon Christensen's previous film Still/Born is also available to stream on Shudder right now, making for the spookiest Mothers' Day double-feature you've ever had. And if that wasn't enough, he's also been filming a series of horror shorts with his kids while we're all stuck at home, which you can watch for free HERE (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SD_EoXeurbU) .     
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    • 45 min
    Based on A True Story: Zodiac vs. The Town That Dreaded Sundown

    Based on A True Story: Zodiac vs. The Town That Dreaded Sundown

     We're knee-deep in crusty cops and cold-blooded killers on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street! Join your hosts Kim as they discuss the real-life horrors that inspired some of the best true crime cinema ever produced! First, we're re-opening the cold case on one of American's more notorious killers in David Fincher's Zodiac (2007), before heading down south to hunt The Texarkana Phantom in Charles B. Pierce's The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976). So polish your magnifying glasses and dust off that detective badge, you've got a killer to catch! 
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    • 1 hr 26 min

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4.7 out of 5
488 Ratings

488 Ratings

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Relatable Fiends

I met these 2 during the Overlook Film Fest and have since become a subscriber. Kim & Jon are really easy to relate to since we grew up around the same time. I frequently disagree on their take BUT they are so much fun to listen to it doesn’t matter. They consistently produce the episodes so they aren’t too succinct (dry) or too long. I usually hate listening to podcasts about movies because I find them too long winded and/or predictable. Kim & Jon provide a great balance to each other even when they agree. Give it a listen fiends.

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I Want Them To Be My Friends!!!

As a self-proclaimed workaholic, I don’t get a lot of time to watch all my favorite horror movies, and I also don’t have a whole lot of time for friends. I know this makes me sound like a loner and a creep, and maybe I am, who knows? But usually when I have time to listen to something (driving, paperwork, ignoring my wife and family), NOFS is my go-to. Usually Jon & Kim are reviewing two movies I’ve seen, and I love love LOVE to hear their take on these movies that are so close to my heart.
If you’re still reading this review by now, bless your heart. We can be friends.
Hands down, my favorite thing about the podcast is that Jon & Kim are ENJOYING THEMSELVES. They laugh and joke constantly without deprecating the movies they love (or maybe love less). At the end of it all, listening to them talk just makes my day a little bit brighter. I really hope they’re like that IRL, and if they aren’t, I don’t wanna know. Plus the Canadian accents (especially the way they pronounce the word “resources”) always make me smile.
Jon & Kim: If you’re ever in Boise, Idaho, look me up. I bet we’d be friends.

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One of my favorites!

This podcast has been one of my favorite horror podcast and all around podcasts since discovering it last year!

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