When Rod is telling the Caronte story, at the beginning. He's holding a 200 pesos Colombian coin. See more »
Written by Olga Pes
Performed by Mario Olivo See more »
Not exactly the best of horror anthologies...
I was given the chance to sit down and watch the 2019 horror anthology "A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio" here in 2020. And since I hadn't already seen it, nor even heard about it, and it being a horror movie, of course I managed to find the time to sit through it.
Well, I must say that "A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio" was not exactly an outstanding nor memorable addition to the horror anthology genre. 90% of the segments were just so bland that they came and went without leaving a lasting impression. In fact, it was the first story that turned out to be the most interesting and watchable, so anything beyond that is just filling. As for the narration story that ties the stories together, well...
I will say that the narrator, Rod Wilson (played by James Wright) was actually interesting enough, and that was especially because of James Wright's performance.
If you enjoy horror anthologies, then there are far better choices available out there. ""A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio" was just not cutting it, nor bringing enough interesting contents to the table.
I am rating "A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio" a mere three out of ten stars, given the fact that the majorities of the stories were just bland or downright pointless.
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