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[BONUS] Nightmare Alley: Gettin' Cheezy with Mad Heidi Co-Directors Johannes Hartmann & Sandro Klopfstein

[BONUS] Nightmare Alley: Gettin' Cheezy with Mad Heidi Co-Directors Johannes Hartmann & Sandro Klopfstein

Kimberley Elizabeth & Jonathan Dehaan

Get ready for the bloodiest (and cheesiest!) Heidi movie you'll ever see! On this BONUS episode of Nightmare on Film Street, your horror hosts Kim & Jon are joined by Mad Heidi co-writers and co-directors Johannes Hartmann and Sandro Klopfstein to talk all about their wild spoof of the classic Heidi story. Grindhouse to the core, Mad Heidi is an action-horror-comedy mash-up (starring Casper Van Dien as a goofy dictator) that'll have you yodeling your head off. Join usssss…


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This week's episode is also brought to you by Mad Heidi- the bloodiest and cheesiest Heidi movie you will ever see. This grindhouse-style spoof might have been adapted from a children's book but this movie is not for kids. Click HERE to check out the genre film that's been blowing a shotgun-sized hole through the minds of genre fans at film festivals worldwide. 

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