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Nightmare on Film Street's Top 10 Horror Films of 2017

Controversial opinions abound on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street! Join Kim and Jon in saying goodbye to 2017 by counting down the best horror and genre films of the year. We've a few surprises up our sleeves with added underdogs, lesser known picks, some surprising omissions - and a few festival finds, including films from; The Overlook Film Festival, Fantasia Festival, Fantastic Fest, and TIFF! And as always, let us know what you thought about this week’s episode and our...


Feliz Navidad, Fiends! The Devil's Backbone vs. Pan's Labyrinth (Head-to-Head)

Still deep in the post-glow of Guillermo Del Toro's THE SHAPE OF WATER, Kim and Jon sit down to watch two more fantastical horror films from the visionary director. Join us on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street as we compare the haunting beauty of THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE (2001) and the mythical majesty of it's sister film, PAN'S LABYRINTH (2006). What's Keeping us Creepy? 1. Guillermo Del Toro's "At Home With Monsters" exhibit at Toronto's Art Gallery of Ontario. 2. Also,...


The Shape of Water; Drive Home From The Drive-In

Macabre, fantastical visionary Guillermo del Toro has brought the fringe mainstream in creature-feature turned romance; THE SHAPE OF WATER. Join Kim and Jon on this week's episode as they dissect and digest an under-sea spectacle that's a little more emotional then their standard Horror fare. THE SHAPE OF WATER saw limited theatrical release on December 8th, and will be rolling out to additional theatres all month long. If you haven't yet caught the film, you are safe to listen to the...


Teenage Dirtbag, Baby; Once Bitten vs. My Boyfriend's Back (Head-to-Head)

Despite what you hear in the first few minutes, this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street is not about EARTH GIRLS ARE EASY. Instead, Kim and Jon discuss two high school horror comedies filled to the brim with hormones from beyond the grave. Listen as we laugh our way through ONCE BITTEN (1985) starring a young Jim Carrey, and MY BOYFRIEND'S BACK (1993). What's Keeping us Creepy? 1. OMG JEFF GOLDBLUM! *ahem* That is to say, we watched EARTH GIRLS ARE EASY and Kim loved it! 2. NOFS...


Are You Afraid of The Carp? In The Mouth of Madness vs. Village of The Damned (Head-to-Head)

John Carpenter has made some of our most iconic horror films. He's probably even made a few that you haven't seen. Join Kim and Jon on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they discuss two of Carpenter's gems from the 90's: IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS (1994) and VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED (1995). What's Keeping us Creepy? 1. In keeping with today's theme, we review John Carpenter's Anthology Tour! We were luck enough to see his sold-out Toronto show in all it's synthy glory! 2. NOFS...


People Eaters; The Stuff vs. Soylent Green (Head-to-Head)

In this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon invite you to a not so dystopian future - in which you listen to an episode of a quirky little Horror podcast. Maybe you throw it on while on a treadmill, at work, or in the car. Perhaps while listening you opt to grab a snack - something fast, easy, nutritious. You go to bite down.. when you realize... IT'S PEOPLE. SOYLENT GREEN IS PEOPLE. PEOPPPLEEEEEE. This week, we talk two people-eating classics; The people eating people...


Horror and Headlamps; The Poughkeepsie Tapes vs. As Above So Below

For 10 years there existed a horror film so terrifying, so sadistic, it could only be found in the darkest corners of the internet. And thanks to your friends at Scream Factory, that film has finally seen the light of day. On this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street we discuss two found footage films from the brother's Dowdle, including AS ABOVE SO BELOW (2014), and the notorious THE POUGHKEEPSIE TAPES (2007). Join Kim and Jon as share their thoughts on a movie you should definitely...


Happy Death Day; Drive Home From the Drive-In

The only thing worse than being murdered, is being murdered 17 times. Join Kim and Jon on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street as we discuss the newest horror flick from Blumhouse, HAPPY DEATH DAY. Directed by Christpher Landon, the film follows college senior Tree as she relives the same day over and over, trying to solve her own murder. What's Keeping us Creepy? 1. Kim saw McG's THE BABYSITTER and she definitely has some things to say about the film. Read her full review at...


VOORHEES A JOLLY GOOD FELLOW; Top 5 Friday the 13th Films

Howdy Campers! Pull a log up to the fire and cuddle in close- this week, Kim and Jon tell the 5 best tales of serial slasher Jason Voorhees! That's right, to celebrate this upcoming Friday the 13th, we're talking the Top 5 films in the Friday the 13th Franchise! Will Kim's love of meta-movies and 90's horror reign supreme? Will Jon convince Kim that Jason Takes Manhatten is a valid addition to the franchise? You'll have to listen to find out! As always, let us know what you thought of this...


Gerald's Game + Highlights From Fantastic Fest (Drive Home From the Drive-In)

This week on Nightmare on Film Street, Horror fiends Kim and Jon practice tough love when reviewing Mike Flanagan's Gerald's Game. The team hunkered down and barricaded themselves to the bed-frame in order to watch this Netflix original, providing their immediate Drive Home from the Drive-in Style commentary. At the top of the show they also discuss Flatliners (2017), and their latest supporter on Patreon. Then, they delve headfirst into highlights from 2017's Fantastic Fest! Including:...


Monster High; Teen Wolf vs. Teen Witch (Head-to-Head)

Class is in session, Fiends- and on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim & Jon discuss the darkest, most vile and repulsive horror monster our world has ever seen....Teenagers! Join us as we discuss the hilarious cult classic TEEN WOLF (1985) and the pure, unadulterated absurdity of TEEN WITCH (1989) What's Keeping us Creepy? 1. Fantastic Fest! We're working on our festival recommendation episode right now, including a full Drive Home from the Drive-In review if Mike...


MOTHER! Review + TIFF Recap (Drive Home from the Drive-In)

Overstayed welcomes, questionable marketing, and a mountain of metaphors on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street! Join Kim and Jon as they discuss the horror of uninvited guests in Darren Aronofsky's pseudo-thriller, Mother! Your terrifying hosts also recount their horror faves from the just-wrapped Toronto International Film Festival. Standouts include Paco Plaza's possession film Veronica, David Bruckner's mysterious The Ritual, and Vince Vaughn kicking ass and taking names in...


Come To Freddy: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

Join Kim and Jon on this week's episode to celebrate 1 whole year of Nightmare on Film Street! September 10th marks 365 days of our creepy little horror podcast - and we though of no better way to celebrate than by dedicating an entire episode to our namesake; A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)! So put on a cup of joe and stay up late, because 1, 2 Freddy's coming for you! And as always, we want to hear your favorite moments of Nightmare on Elm Street! Let us know on twitter @NOFSpodcast,...


BONUS! You'll Float Too; IT (Drive Home From the Drive-in)

Beep Beep, Richie! It feels like we've been waiting YEARS to see Andy Muschietti's adaptation of Stephen King's IT, but that day has finally come. Join Kim and Jon on this very special bonus episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they review and critique the re-imagining of horror's most sinister villain, Pennywise the Clown. If you haven't had a chance to see the film but you'd still like to know our thoughts & opinions, head over to to read Kim's spoiler-free review...


Horror Highlights From Fan Expo Canada 2017

Despite sore feet and heavy backpacks, Kim and Jon survived the Labour Day long weekend at Fan Expo Canada 2017. Join us on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street as we recount many a tale of Pennywise cosplayers, horror vendors, and panles with horror legends Tim Curry and Bruce Campbell. Hear us spill our guts on everything we saw at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival booth, everything we drank from the Deadly Grounds Coffee Co, and all the fiends that took the time to say Hi...


Back to Ghoul; Carrie vs. Christine (Head-to-Head)

Pack your lunch and dust off that pocket protector, because we're headed back to school on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street, with two classic high school horror flicks! 1st PERIOD: (Pun Intended) Kim and Jon discuss maniacal mothers and bloodied bullies in Brian De Palma's Carrie (1976) 2nd PERIOD: Killer cars and obsession gone too far in John Carpenter's Christine (1983) Fun Fact; This week's episode is a double feature of adaptations from little-known writer Stephen King....


Freaky Families; Texas Chainsaw Massacre vs. House of 1000 Corpses (Head-to-Head)

The family that slays together, stays together! Join Kim and Jon on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street for a long awaited discussion of two of horror's most sadistic bloodlines: The Sawyers, and The Fireflys. For our first course we'll enjoy a slow-roasted helping of Tobe Hooper's groundbreaking TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (1974) and for dessert, a triple-baked slice of Rob Zombie's psychedelic debut, HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES (2003). What's Keeping us Creepy? 1. Applications are open...


Annabelle: Creation - Drive Home From The Drive-in

Creepy Dolls. Spooky Scarecrows. Demonic....Demons. Annabelle: Creation has (almost literally) all of the scares! Join Kim & Jon on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they discuss David F Sandberg's prequel-sequel follow up to the spin off of today's most successful horror franchise (*pause for a breath*), Annabelle: Creation. What's Keeping us Creepy? 1. We're building a new site! It's currently an Under Construction page that you can find at


It Came From Montreal (PART II); More Highlights From Fantasia Fest!

Back at'cha with a double-dose of horror recommendations from Montreal's Fantasia Film Festival! Prepare for another round of must-sees for you on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street. Join Kim and Jon in their SPOILER FREE reviews of 68 KILL, KILLING GROUND, NOVEMBER, BITCH, BETTER WATCH OUT, and NIGHT OF THE VIRGIN. What's Keeping us Creepy? 1. Love in the Time of Monsters ( As always, let us know what you thought of the films on twitter...


Summer Slashers; Blood Rage vs Sleepaway Camp

Roll out your sleeping bags and grab a spot around the campfire, fiends. On this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street, Kim and Jon discuss the quintessential summer-horror sub genre: Slashers! Regardless of whether or not one of these films is set on Thanksgiving night, we laugh our way through twisted twins and lunatic laughter in BLOOD RAGE (1987) and the short-short wearing, hormonal rage inducing SLEEPAWAY CAMP (1983) What's Keeping us Creepy? 1. We filmed a Horror Short!...


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