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Horror for the Casually Obsessed. A candid, comedic take on the genre from hosts Jonathan Dehaan and Kimberley Elizabeth. Episodes drop most Thursdays on iTunes, Spotify, and our Website. Become a member of the Fiend Club for Exclusive bonus content & rewards. Join us, if you dare! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Over this past month, Film Club has been revisiting the films written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. It’s all been in anticipation of Anderson’s new movie, Licorice Pizza, which hits theaters this holiday weekend. On this special bonus episode of the podcast, we cap our four-part series with a conversation about his latest. Where does it ran…
 
Last week, Film Club dived into the two Paul Thomas Anderson movies starring Daniel Day-Lewis. This week, in the final installment of our four-week series on the movies of this essential filmmaker, critics A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife tackle the other major director-star collaboration of Anderson’s career: the one-two punch of The Master and Inherent V…
 
What happens when the reigning Method actor of our time joins forces with one of America’s most celebrated filmmakers? On the third installment in our four-part series on the films of Paul Thomas Anderson, critics A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife discuss the two towering collaborations between Anderson and three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis: the oil-…
 
Our four-part series on the films of Paul Thomas Anderson continues this week on Film Club, as A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife look back on what can be succinctly described as the second half of the first half of Anderson’s career. After the success of Boogie Nights, Anderson got a blank check for his next feature, the sprawling three-hour emotional rolle…
 
It's just a jump to the left... and then rate and subscr-i-i-ibe! LET'S DO THE TIME LOOP AGAIN! Join hosts Kim and Jon for another terrifying and time-warping episode the Nightmare on Film Street horror movie podcast! This week we're diving into the quirky slasher-meets-whodunnit Happy Death Day, and the mysterious maybe-death-cult-mystery of The E…
 
Every new movie from Paul Thomas Anderson is an event. That’s certainly how we’ve treating Licorice Pizza, the writer-director’s latest picture, which hits theaters at the end of November. All month long, in the run-up to its release, critics A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife will be revisiting all of Anderson’s other movies. The four-part series kicks off …
 
We saw Edgar Wright's Last Night in Soho, and we've prepared a list of reasons why you should see this dang movie as soon as possible! This week on the Nightmare on Film Street Horror podcast, join your horror hosts (from the past!) as they discuss this dreamy, ghoul-filled throwback to the dark psychological thrillers of yesteryear. Haven't seen t…
 
It’s a scary time to be alive, and to go to the movies. But have the movies themselves been scary? With Halloween coming this weekend, critics A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife discuss the year in horror movies—the state of the genre in these uncertain times, the trends that defined these past few months of fright fare, and our spooky favorites of 2021. Vis…
 
Join Kim and Jon as they sit down to discuss Rob Zombie and the night he changed home! Every horror fan has a strong opinion when it comes to remaking celebrated classics and Rob Zombie took on the thankless task not once but twice with his bold re-imagining of the Myers mythos in Halloween (2007) and his misunderstood, hallucinatory followup Hallo…
 
The fall movie season is in full swing, and that means we’re getting a look at some of the most buzzed-about movies of the rest of 2021. On this week’s episode of Film Club, critics A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife review three of October’s major auteur works: Denis Villeneuve’s enormous adaptation of the sci-fi novel Dune, which is now in theaters and on …
 
Join your horror hosts Kim & Jon as they share their undying love for the spooky specters of Tobe Hooper’s Poltergeist (1982) and the ghastly ghouls of Steve Miner’s House (1985). We’re celebrating all things haunted this month on the podcast beginning with a double dose of kidnapping ghosts, creepy closets, and petrifying swimming pools. Join usss…
 
Halloween the holiday is still two weeks away. But the movie franchise named after it is back this very weekend. On a special bonus episode of Film Club, critics A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife discuss the latest entry in this undying slasher saga, the middle entry in David Gordon Green’s reboot trilogy, Halloween Kills. And for their thoughts on the seri…
 
This weekend, Michael Myers returns to Haddonfield and to theaters with Halloween Kills, a follow-up to David Gordon Green’s 2018 “legacy sequel” Halloween. To commemorate his latest rampage through the sleepy Midwest town that should probably outlaw trick-or-treating and rubber masks at this point let’s be real, Film Club is taking a deep dive int…
 
Love it or hate it, there is no subgenre of horror quite like found footage, and we are here today to talk in great detail about all freaky, first-person frights of V/H/S/94. Join your hosts Jon & Kim as they sit down with directors Jennifer Reeder (Knives and Skin), Chloe Okuno (Slut), Simon Barrett (Seance), and Ryan Prows (Lowlife) to discuss th…
 
This weekend, No Time To Die brings to an end the Daniel Craig era of James Bond, putting a lid on a story that began 15 years ago with the reboot origin story Casino Royale. This is, of course, just one stretch of a franchise that’s been running since the early 1960s, with no more than a few years ever passing between subsequent installments. In h…
 
Getting old sucks, but fingers crossed your retirement won't look like a Haunt at Halloween Horror Nights! Join your hosts Jon & Kim as they sit down with Axelle Carolyn, writer/director of Welcome To The Blumhouse's The Manor to chat about the deliciously gothic surrounding of her newest film, and about the spooky supernatural creature stomping ar…
 
Now in its 16th year, Fantastic Fest is probably the biggest and more prominent genre-centric film festival in America. But it offers a lot more than just raw meat and geysers of blood for the midnight-movie crowd. On this week’s episode of Film Club, critics A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife discuss the evolution of this annual destination summit for fans …
 
On this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street, your horror hosts Jon & Kim are joined by writer/director Gigi Saul Guerrero to discuss her new film Bingo Hell, self-described by Guerrero as "Grumpy Old Men set in the Rob Zombie universe". Tune in to hear all about the badass ladies and the slimy practical effects oozing all over this wild addi…
 
We've all developed some unhealthy eating habits in the last year but thankfully TikTok never caught wind of this ancient Egyptian dinner spread! Join your horror hosts Jon & Kim on this week's episode of the Nightmare on Film Street podcast as they close out their Kooky Cannibals series with Herschell Gordon Lewis' schlocky trashterpiece Blood Fea…
 
North America’s largest and most prominent film festival winds down this weekend. Experienced in person or virtually, the fest was a typically mixed bag of a movie marathon, offering the usual range from triumphs to follies. The A.V. Club’s critics, A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife, caught their share of both over the last eight days. On this brand new epi…
 
We saw James Wan's Malignant, and we've got plenty to say about it! This week on the Nightmare on Film Street Horror podcast, join your horror hosts as they pick their jaws off the sticky cinema floor to discuss the most bonkers film of 2021. Haven't seen the film? Don't fret - we keep the discussion spoiler-free from start to finish! So grab your …
 
For almost as long as there have been movies, there have been movies based on literature. Even in the age of superhero spectaculars, novels remain one of Hollywood’s prime sources of source material. But transporting a story from page to screen isn’t always so simple. On this week’s brand-new episode of Film Club, critics A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife e…
 
Join your horror hosts Jon & Kim on this week's episode of the Nightmare on Film Street podcast in the first of our 12 part investigative series into the dark underbelly of L.A.'s health food industry. JK- we talking about cannibals serving up human meat at a vegetarian restaurant while also trying to summon an ancient Egyptian goddess. Pull up a s…
 
Labor Day is traditionally thought of as the unofficial end of the summer movie season. It’s also generally a dead zone for new Hollywood releases, with the studios accepting the conventional wisdom that many Americans want to spend the holiday outdoors, not seated in a movie seater. Nonetheless, this strange year brings at least two major options …
 
Welcome back to Nightmare Alley, Fiends! It's the spooky little sidestreet podcast in the Nightmare on Film Street feed. This week your horror hosts Jon & Kim are joined by writer/director Brandon Christensen (STILL/BORN, Z) to discuss his newest film SUPERHOST. We talk all about the real-life awkward Airbnb stay that inspired the film, the trials …
 
OH, I'M READY FOR IT. We're flying the spooky skies this week on the Nightmare on Film Street Horror Movie Podcast! Board two freaky flights with your hosts Jon and Kim as they gush over death's design in FINAL DESTINATION (2000), before slithering on over to pheromones and flight simulators with SNAKES ON A PLANE (2006)! Will Devon Sawa be able to…
 
As summer begins to wind down and the crisp breezes and scented candles of autumn beckon, we’re taking a week to circle back and talk about what has (thus far) been the horror event of the summer: Netflix’s trilogy of Fear Street movies. Set in 1994, 1978, and 1666, each of the entries in director Leigh Janiak’s teen-centric series combines a perio…
 
Negative reviews are fun to read—just asks the scores of film fans that have purchased Roger Ebert’s bestselling collection of them, I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie. Truth is, they can be very fun to write, too, at least for a critic who finds cathartic pleasure in chronicling their own torturous experience with a bad movie, book, meal, etc. But t…
 
Howdy Campers! We hope you packed your bug spray, bathing suit, and body bags because we're taking a day trip to CAMP BLOOD!!! Join your horror hosts Jon & Kim on this week's episode of The Nightmare on Film Street Horror Movie Podcast as they take a seat around the campfire to discuss the summer camp slashers that started it all. First up we're ro…
 
Late summer is not, normally speaking, a time to expect exceptional cinema; by the onset of August, blockbuster season is winding down and awards season hasn’t yet begun, leaving audiences stranded in a purgatorial middle zone, heavy on Hollywood’s less promising releases. But against all odds, in these abnormal times, the dog days of summer are br…
 
M. Night Shyamalan is one of the few Hollywood directors working today who qualifies as a household name. But what reputation does that name now carry? Since bursting into the public eye with his third feature, the Oscar-nominated box-office phenomenon The Sixth Sense, Shyamalan has experienced ups and downs, disappointments and comebacks. Today, h…
 
The only good bug is a dead bug! That's not exactly true, bugs are our friends, but it sure sounds nice in a big bad monster movie! Join your horror hosts Jon & Kim on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they get caught in the webs of some big bad bugs. First up, we're going to war against an army of arachnids in Starship Troopers (1…
 
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