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Nightmare on 5th Street: A horror movie podcast

Nightmare on 5th Street: A horror movie podcast

By Alma & Dalia | We Are Horror Podcast Network
Co-hosts and sisters Alma and Dalia discuss a different horror movie each week. We're a recap show with tons of spoilers and lots of opinions. We are back for Season 2 where we will be highlighting movies from BIPOC creators. Same fun, ridiculous movie commentary with some special episodes for us to discuss these amazing horror creators.

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The Thing (1982) | Livestream Pt.2
Here's a bonus episode for you all. In July we celebrated Alma's birthday on a LIVESTREAM on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. The first of the movies we discussed was Carrie and now you'll be listening to The Thing (1982). We had the pleasure of hosting the lovely Sharai from A Nightmare on FIERCE Street for this fun live discussion. Subscribe to all the socials so you don't miss out on any of these livestreams. Thank you to Sharai for joining us! To follow Sharai and A Nightmare on FIERCE Street: https://www.sharaibohannon.com https://twitter.com/Misssharai https://twitter.com/NightmareFierce https://www.instagram.com/nightmareonfiercestreet/ Visit our website at https://www.nightmaremoviepodcast.com To help support our podcast head over to our membership page at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY
56:57
August 1, 2021
Carrie (1976) | Livestream Pt.1
Here's a bonus episode for you all. In July we celebrated Alma's birthday on a LIVESTREAM on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. The first of the movies we discussed was Carrie and we had the lovely Sharai from Nightmare on FIERCE Street join us for this fun live discussion. Subscribe to all the socials so you don't miss out on any of these livestreams. Thank you to Sharai for joining us! To follow Sharai and A Nightmare on FIERCE Street: https://www.sharaibohannon.com https://twitter.com/Misssharai https://twitter.com/NightmareFierce https://www.instagram.com/nightmareonfiercestreet/ Visit our website at https://www.nightmaremoviepodcast.com To help support our podcast head over to our membership page at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY
01:09:29
July 31, 2021
Interview with Gigi Saul Guerrero
If you haven't yet met Gigi, "La Muñeca Del Terror", now's your chance. If you already love her, you'll love this conversation as well. Listen to Alma and Dalia fangirl over this talented Mexicana as we discuss horror shorts, practical effects, her production company "Luchagore", and her plans for a Mexican villain. Don't skip this episode or "El Gigante" will visit you in your dreams! To keep updated with Gigi Saul Guerrero and all of her future and current projects: https://www.luchagoreproductions.com https://twitter.com/HorrorGuerrero https://www.youtube.com/user/mexicangorefest https://www.instagram.com/horrorguerrero/ Visit our website at https://www.nightmaremoviepodcast.com To help support our podcast head over to our membership page at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY
55:02
July 29, 2021
Women of Color Horror Creators
This week we are discussing SIX short films from six talented WOC horror creators. Due to the content of each short film, we are including both spoiler alerts and trigger and content warnings. At the end of the show notes you will find time stamps for each episode. If you feel you need to skip around, we hope this helps. We really enjoyed being able to watch all of the shorts as each one was a unique view into each creators’ world. While some of the material was what we call “a hard watch”, we wanted to highlight these women and their films. We’re so glad that we were able to discuss these movies and we hope that you enjoy the conversation. (Links should direct you to each movie. If not, refresh your platform. We're trying to fix this on our end.) Dumplings | Lilian Lee TubiTv.com TW/CW Abortion/Cannibalism Start Time 5:34  TW/CW/Spoilers 19:34 The Last Light | Angelita Mendoza BitPixTv.com TW/CW Child Violence/Death Start Time 21:00 TW/CW/Spoilers 27:25 Knock Knock | Kennikki Jones-Jones YouTube.com TW/CW Child Abuse/Death Start Time 29:18 TW/CW/Spoilers 40:50 White Girl | Nadia Latif Shudder TW/CW Targeted Racial Crime/Murder Start Time 45:45 TW/CW/Spoilers 57:04 Suicide by Sunlight | Nikyatu Jusu YouTube.com TW/CW Systemic Racism, Child Death Start Time 1:05:50 TW/CW/Spoilers 1:13:48 11 Minutes | Hilda Pontes Vimeo.com TW/CW Sexual Assault Start Time 1:20:34 TW/CW/Spoilers 1:26:00
01:35:13
July 22, 2021
Sweetheart
What do you get when you put a strong AF woman and a sexy sea creature in the same movie? A fight for survival during a shipwrecked getaway. Alma and Dalia discuss proper castaway attire and how Alma is not fit to be your survival buddy. During this week's Real World Connection we head off to Tokelau and tell the survival story of 3 teenage boys lost at sea for 51 days.  Source for this episode: How Three Tokelau Teenagers Survived Being Lost in the Ocean for 51 Days by Michael Finkel Visit our website at https://www.nightmaremoviepodcast.com To help support our podcast head over to our membership page at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY
01:30:30
July 8, 2021
Mandao Returns
We had so much fun recording this episode. Mandao Returns is a quirky sci-fi horror comedy that follows up Mandao of the Dead. Fun movie that hit all the marks for us this week--murderous cult, astral projecting, with a Christmas backdrop. For this week's Real World Connection we have a special treat! Scott Dunn, screenwriter/director/actor of the Mandao Series and Schlep, joined us to talk about his movies, indie filmmaking, diversity & inclusivity in horror, and his upcoming projects. You can't miss this episode, tune in to get in on the conversation! Visit our website at https://www.nightmaremoviepodcast.com To help support our podcast head over to our membership page at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY To keep updated with Scott Dunn and his future projects: https://twitter.com/ScottyDUNNit https://www.instagram.com/scottydunndidit/ https://www.youtube.com/user/scottdunnjadedactor https://dunnitfilms.com 
01:37:05
July 1, 2021
Tigers are Not Afraid
This week we watched and discuss the Mexican movie "Tigers are Not Afraid" from Mexican screenwriter director Issa Lopez. Whoo, this one is a great movie. Tons of emotion when we discuss a movie about drug cartel violence and orphaned children, but beautiful imagery and story we just had to share. For our Real World Connection we stay in Mexico City and discuss the heroics of the rescuers known as "Los Topos de Tlatelolco". TW/CW as this movie deals with the Mexican drug cartel violence. The movie discusses and portrays the disappeared and the murder of women and children. Sources for this episode: Topos.mx "Who are Los Topos, Mexico's Rescuers?" Wikipedia "Mexico Earthquake: Who are Los Topos, Volunteer Rescuers?" "Mexico's 'Moles' Dig Out Earthquake Victims" Visit our website at https://www.nightmaremoviepodcast.com To help support our podcast head over to our membership page at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY
01:34:15
June 24, 2021
Blood Quantum
For TW/CW go to end of show notes for info. This week we watched and discussed “Blood Quantum”, a zombie flick stuffed full of historical and social commentary. This indigenous take on a familiar genre not only entertained us, but got us feeling way too many feels, as Dalia says. Head shots and splashy gore bring it all together to give us a great undead tale. We loved it! For our Real World Connection, we once again get way real and discuss indigenous conscription and Canada’s ridiculous demands on the First Nations People. Sources for this episode: “It Would Be Best to Leave Us Alone": First Nations Responses to the Canadian War Effort, 1914-18 by Robert J.T Albot--Journal of Canadian Studies Visit our website at https://www.nightmaremoviepodcast.com To help support our podcast head over to our membership page at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY . . . Blood Quantum TW/CW Suicide, sexual assault, mother zombie depicted eating newborn, and a dog is shot and killed.
01:43:42
June 17, 2021
The People Under the Stairs | Collab with Afro Horror
We’re back with Season 2 and our special collab episode with Sade of Afro Horror. For our season 2 opener we watched and discussed “The People Under the Stairs” which is one of our all time favorites. Talk about nostaligia! This was a great way to kick off our season discussions of BIPOC voices in horror. This episode is a little different as it’s a collab which means double the fun! Or is it triple? Anyway... We get down to business and discuss the need for more diversity in horror ‘cause DUH and how a disturbing sister/brother wife/husband comedy horror movie from the 90s can be both creepy as hell and hilarious for all the right reasons. Join us for our season 2 opener and don’t forget to subscribe and leave a review! To help support our podcast head over to our membership page at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:37:59
June 10, 2021
The Blob - BONUS EPISODE
This episode was originally released 28 January as a Bonus Episode only available on Spotify. Why? It had a fun little copyrighted song. Now we have removed the song for your listening pleasure. Oh, and ignore the TikTok talk. We don't do TikTok anymore, that project has been abandoned. Enjoy! 1958 was a good year, especially for Steve McQueen. Alma and Dalia needed a palate cleanser after La Llorona and figured you would need one, too. Journey with us to a small town to discuss how to deal with an invasion from a gelatinous extraterrestrial. Some will win, some will lose. But it's all in good fun as this movie does end. If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
35:02
May 27, 2021
Urban Legend
Last episode of the season and we decided to go back in time, to another century. They call it "the 20th century". And what did we bring back? Yeah, I know it says in the title but you could have played along. Tara Reid, Rebecca Gayheart, Alicia Witt, and Jordan Catalano. Yes, Dalia calls him that throughout the entirety of the episode. So yeah, Urban Legend. What more can we say? If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:28:40
May 13, 2021
The House Next Door (Aval)
TW/CW This film either depicts or discusses child murder, infanticide, and suicide. This week we headed over to India to watch the horror movie “The House Next Door”, aka “Aval”. A nod to “The Exorcist” and some good ol’ fashioned ghost stories kept us guessing as to how this movie was going to end. The cinemotography was gorgeous and the fact that this was recorded in 3 languages simultaneously astounded us. For our history lesson, Dalia went back in time and scooped up some knowledge on trephination in South America and Mexico from over 1000 years ago. Sources: Preconquest Peruvian Neurosurgeons: A Study of Inca and Pre-Columbian Trephination and the Art of Medicine in Ancient Peru  by: Marino, Raul Jr. M.D.; Gonzales-Portillo, Marco M.D Archaeological Origins of Cranial Surgery : Trephination in Mexico  Velasco-Suarez, Manuel M.D.; Martinez, Josefina Bautista Ph.Anthr.; Oliveros, Rafael Garcia M.D.; Weinstein, Philip R. M.D Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:22:35
May 6, 2021
My Bloody Valentine
My bloody valentine, my sweet bloody valentine… Yes, this week we followed up “House of Wax” with a bloody fun Jensen Ackles movie. Gotta represent those Winchester boys! We also figured out that this would be a fun drinking game. Everytime there’s a 3D shot, take a shot! We don’t drink so we just resorted to shouting “3D” at each other. During our real-world connection, Dalia takes us to Chile and discusses the 2010 Copiapó mining accident. And Alma shares a time she was late to work and no one noticed. Listen to this week’s episode to learn why. Sources for this week’s episode: Ten years since the rescue of the 33 By Diego Rivera [Chile Today] The Incredible Story Of Chilean Miners Rescued From The 'Deep Down Dark' By Maureen Corrigan [NPR] Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:32:54
April 29, 2021
House of Wax (2005)
Trigger warning / Content Warning: The movie begins with a scene of child abuse. Even though we don’t go into detail, it is a tough subject and we suggest skipping over the beginning of the movie if the content is too disturbing. House of Wax…what can we say about this movie? A lot, apparently. But when you have both Jared Padalecki and Paris Hilton in a fun horror flick, of course we’re going to enjoy discussing it. A short cut, a detour, and camping is just the right recipe for a great night of horror. “Supernatural” and “Simple Life” fans will not be disappointed. No real-world connection this week. Look out for it on IGTV instead. Sorry, Dalia was under the weather and she didn’t want to rush it. Thank you for understanding. Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:41:05
April 22, 2021
Aliens
Why does a podcast episode begin with an apology? Because we promised our listeners that all three sisters would be discussing Aliens this week. However, we had an issue with audio and we needed to re-record without our very special guest, Daisy. We are planning on inviting her back in the future, so don't worry. For this episode, nostalgia is the theme. Here's a movie we have seen many times and still enjoy. I mean, come on, Sigourney Weaver. A sponsor drops their sponsorship and Dalia shares her obsession with Billy the Kid. We also learn about the life and background of one of the characters from Alien. We had lots of fun recording this episode...again. And we hope you enjoy. Sources for this episode: Alien: An Original Crew Member Is Canonically Trans by Mack Velton [Trapped By Gender] Intersexuality in the ‘Alien’ Franchise by Alice Collins Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:22:38
April 15, 2021
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
Nostalgia time! Did you read “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” when you were younger? We sure did. And now we’re watching the movie and re-telling it in a very NSFW manner. Definitely no young ones around while we share this tale. We have some fun stories to share, Forrest Gump quotes, and then Dalia shares the plight of the brown, black, and poor who were shipped off to die in Vietnam. Bet you all didn’t know that Dalia could sneak in more history lessons for you in these horror flicks. She’s a sneaky one! So join in on this conversation, get a little nostalgic with these story retellings, and learn a little bit of our dark U.S. history. Sources for this episode: From the website: Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Anti-draft protests by SNCC’s Atlanta Project Wisconsin History Digital Collection The Chicano Moratorium of 1970 still has plenty of lessons for today By ERNESTO CHÁVEZ Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:27:26
April 8, 2021
Koko-di Koko-da
TW/CW: There is a child death, off camera sexual assault, and animal death. Oh my goodness, people. Our microphones, especially Dalia's, were super sensitive so you're going to hear a little bit of our lives in the background. But we're okay with that because we loved discussing this movie. A little French nursery rhyme enjoyed by a creepy Swedish trio of killers is just the perfect combo of hair raising material. Plus Dalia gives a lesson on 17th century lithotomy. Who'd have thought she could sneak some medical history into this one? Kick back, relax, and listen in to our discussion of this Shudder Swedish movie. Source for this episode: "FRERE JACQUES BEAULIEU: FROM ROGUE LITHOTOMIST TO NURSERY RHYME CHARACTER" by: Jackques P. Ganem and Culley C. Carson Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:09:15
April 1, 2021
The Orphanage
TW/CW: This episode discusses child death and suicide. If you feel that you cannot listen to this content, we completely understand. We want you to take care of you. For those who do wish to continue with this episode... This one was another doozie. We could not stop talking about this Spanish flick. Thank you, Cynthia, for this special request. We had so much fun discussing “The Orphanage” and it definitely shows in this episode. We also share the winner of our online poll, what movie we’re watching and talking you through for next time, and of course we found a way to discuss our dogs. We love our rescues! So join us for “The Orphanage” and then hear our fun adoption stories of all our rescue animals. Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:25:21
March 25, 2021
Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum
This is a great one this week. Honestly, though, we’re going to say that about every episode. But this one is so good we couldn’t stop talking about it. We watched and discussed Gonjiam-A Haunted Asylum, a South Korean found footage flick. Not only could we not stop talking about it, but we also ruin one of your favorite San Antonio ghost stories. Dalia ruins your fun at the Haunted Railroad Tracks in San Antonio and Alma describes our social media accounts in the most flattering way. Tune in for a great walk through of a fun found footage flick. Sorry, couldn’t resist. Alliteration is fun. Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:13:46
March 18, 2021
REC
This week we watch and discuss the Spanish movie "REC". Alma finds out during editing a special little easter egg for all you San Antonio Spurs fans. We also come to the agreement that you must watch this movie in Spanish, no dubbed version please. For our real-world connection we give a heartfelt thank you and shout out to the Ardmore, Oklahoma Fire Department.  If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
49:35
March 11, 2021
A Nightmare on Elm Street
It’s time to discuss our namesake! This week we watch and discuss A Nightmare on Elm Street. Dalia shares a most embarassing memory of falling asleep in class and Alma leaves the house in her nightgown. We also discuss sleep paralysis and our own horrible experiences with those awful dreams. And Dalia apologizes for the audio on her end. We didn’t want to not share this gem. Don’t worry, she’s got it figured out now. Tune in for this fun episode. Sources for this week: The Sleep Paralysis Nightmare, Wrathful Deities, and the Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious by Oreet Rees and Leanne Whitney Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
58:20
March 4, 2021
Trailer
New episodes Monday, 25 January 2021. Tune in to find out what we have planned for Nightmare on 5th Street: A horror movie podcast with co-hosts and sisters, Alma and Dalia. Cult classics, foreign, ghost stories, and cheesy 80s horror are just some of the genres we’re ready to tackle. Expect mispronunciations, spoilers, misunderstandings, and maybe some jump scares along the way. Alma startles easily and Dalia asks way too many questions. Join us 25 January!
01:53
March 2, 2021
Attack the Block
Oh we went there with this week's episode. Attack the Block...horror? You bet your polka dot socks! Yeah, I don't know what that means. This week we watch and discuss this fun British comedy/sci-fi/horror flick which naturally leads to a discussion on bees. We got Star Wars and Dr. Who in the house and fireworks! Do we know how to put together a fantastic podcast episode or what? Yes, the answer is yes. Tune in to join the fun. Sources for this week: "Alarm Pheromones—Chemical Signaling in Response to Danger" Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER. Find her music on SPOTIFY If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
01:00:05
February 25, 2021
Hatchet 2 and 3
We are back at it this week in the Louisiana Bayou with both Hatchet 2 and 3. This was an especially fun run with Danielle Harris taking on the role of Mary Beth. Fun cameos and surprising return from the dead actors kept us very entertained. Our favorite misting machine makes a reappearance and did Victor Crowley stop off the wig store between sequels to buy a new weave? Tune in to this two-in-one episode for some more gorey fun. Sources for this week: Cajun Navy Relief and Rescue "We'll Deal with the Consequences Later": The Cajun Navy and the Vigilante Future of Disaster Relief Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER  If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
56:05
February 18, 2021
Hatchet
This week Alma and Dalia reveal their deepest darkest secret...their love for really cheesy, gore-filled horror. We discuss the movie "Hatchet" and our favorite horror movie icons make cameos. Dalia orders a misting machine off of Amazon and Alma airs her grievances about your face. And what does any of this have to do with Weird Al? Tune in to find out. Sources for this week: The Chocktaw of Bayou Lacomb St. Tammany Parrish by David I. Bushnell Jr. Jena Band of the Choctaw Tribe by Elizabeth Ellis Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER  If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
47:45
February 11, 2021
The Wicker Man
Alma and Dalia step back to the groovy 1970s to enjoy this week’s flick, The Wicker Man. Not the Nic Cage version, sorry to disappoint. Dalia tries hard not to rant and offend and Alma comes up with a new version of “Stomp”. Tune in to this episode to figure out who Daniel is and why he’s a central figure in our discussion.  Sources for this week: “Religious Tolerance and Persecution in the Roman Empire” Constitutional Rights Foundation   Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER  If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
43:09
February 4, 2021
La Llorona
TW/CW: This episode discusses the real world atrocities inflicted upon Maya and Guatemala women during the Guatemalan Maya Genocide. The movie is based upon this historical real life event. During discussion of this movie, we do speak about assault and child death. If you feel you cannot listen to this content and this episode, we completely understand. Always take care of yourself first. This week Alma and Dalia watch and discuss Golden Globe nominated "La Llorona", 2019 Guatemalan film from Jayro Bustamente. Alma shares our connection to this Mexican folk legend and Dalia shares the movie’s background and inspiration, The Guatemalan Maya Genocide of the 1970s-1980s. We also talk about where we feel this movie fits best in the horror movie genres. Tune in to hear what we decided.  Sources for this week: PRECURSORS TO FEMICIDE: Guatemalan Women in a Vortex of Violence by David Carey Jr. and M. Gabriela Torres    Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER  If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
51:49
January 25, 2021
Night of the Comet
Thank you for joining us for another episode! This week Dalia and Alma discuss "Night of the Comet", a great 80s cult classic. For our real-world connection, we travel to the Eastern Siberian Taiga in Russia and talk about what happened to all those trees in 1908. Alma shares how she doesn't understand how calendars work and Dalia swoons over 80s boots. Tune in to hear our discussion on one of our favorite flicks. Sources for this week: "When the sky exploded: Remembering Tunguska" by Paul Scott Anderson Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER  If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
41:11
January 25, 2021
Nosferatu
This week Alma and Dalia watch the silent film, Nosferatu. We also discuss vampires in Romania during our real-world connection. And what does all this have to do with SpongeBob? Tune in to this week's episode to find out. Sources for this week: "The case of Petre Toma" by The Vampirologist   Music for this podcast created by JUNIPER  If you like what you hear please consider supporting our podcast at: If you like what you hear, please consider supporting our podcast at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/nightmarepod
40:22
January 25, 2021