Mick Garris sits down with the director of Netflix's FEAR STREET Trilogy on tomorrow's new episode of POST MORTEM!

Leigh Janiak is the current Queen of Horror, riding high on the immense success of her Fear Street Trilogy, now streaming on Netflix.

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If you want to get to know more about this accomplished filmmaker, tune in for tomorrow’s all-new episode of the Post Mortem with Mick Garris Podcast!

While we can’t get into the nitty-gritty details of what the two filmmakers discussed at this time, we can certainly tantalize you with some broad strokes! Among other things, will reveal the roots of the idea for her debut feature film, Honeymoon (released in 2014)!

If you’re a fan of Fear Street but haven’t seen Honeymoon yet, check out the trailer and synopsis below.

A honeymooning bride (Rose Leslie) goes sleepwalking into the woods surrounding a secluded cabin. When she returns she looks the same, but something about her is frighteningly different.

Come back tomorrow to hear Janiak talk about preserving the spirit of R.L. Stine’s Fear Street books when doing the Netflix trilogy–and so much more!

Post Mortem with Mick Garris, the #1 horror podcast, joined the DREAD Podcast Network in April. It’s part of our impressive stable of shows that includes The Boulet Brothers: Creatures of the Night, Kim and Ket Stay Alive…Maybe (plus their original podcast/gameshow hybrid Kim and Ket’s Survive the Cellar), FriGay the 13th Horror Podcast, Development Hell, and Girl, That’s Scary! 

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