The team behind acclaimed horror festivals like Brooklyn Horror and Boston Underground has announced the re-launch of their digital platform Nightstream. Originally created during the pandemic, Nightstream now returns as a permanent VOD service for curated new and classic indie genre films.
Led by Brooklyn Horror’s Justin Timms, Nightstream provides fans a curated selection of exciting horror, sci-fi, and thrillers in one streaming destination. It continues the festivals’ mission of supporting innovative filmmakers and connecting audiences with the best in indie genre cinema.
Kicking off Nightstream is the exclusive debut of Summoners, a 2022 occult thriller from Terence Krey and Christine Nyland. Starring indie favorite Larry Fessenden, the Nightstream Original follows a former witch plunged back into danger when asked to perform a dark ritual.
Nightstream launches on Halloween with over 30 handpicked titles including acclaimed festival hits like We’re All Going to the World’s Fair, Lux Aeterna, and Buzzard. The lineup spans top indie distributors like Oscilloscope, Dark Sky, Yellow Veil, and more to create a diverse curation.
The catalog will continue growing with new premieres and library additions while remaining focused on quality over quantity. Horror fans can trust Nightstream’s curators to uncover the next groundbreaking genre discoveries.
Most titles can be rented for $4.99 or purchased for $12.99, with availability and pricing varying. Revenue shares go towards compensating the films and partner festivals to sustain the independent film community.
Browse the full selection at Nightstream.org and start streaming scary good indie cinema.
By supporting exciting genre projects, fans can help Nightstream foster the future of horror, sci-fi, and beyond.