‘A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio’ Review: Dirs. Miscellaneous [Frightfest]

‘A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio’ Review: Dirs. Miscellaneous [Frightfest]
A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio is an anthology with a difference. Rather than several filmmakers being commissioned to create a short for inclusion in a feature film, it is instead a collection of pre-existing shorts that have been curated and worked together with a new wraparound story. The masterminds behind this idea are Argentinian directors Nicolás and Luciano Onetti, of Francesca and Abrakadabra fame, whom also direct the linking story.

The linking story hones in on a radio DJ Rod Wilson whom hosts a late-night show that tells a series of scary stories. These are told via both Rod himself, and listeners calling in, giving the film a ‘ghost stories by the camp fire’ vibe. The stories themselves vary vastly in tone, style, and feature tales of spirit photography, sadistic beauty therapists, and an alternate punishment for one unlucky prisoner to mention a few.

As with any anthology, the
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