August 2021 Horror Movie Releases 6:45 August 6 (theater – limited) Interest: Mild This Groundhog’s-Day style thriller follows a couple as they try to save their failing relationship by vacationing in a small island resort, only to be murdered over and over as the same day repeats. This type of time loop scenario can often be …
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Listen as chris and Joey dive deep into the original A Nightmare on Elm Street in part one of a ten part retrospective covering every movie in the Nightmare franchise!