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Robert Englund Has Some Big Ideas For Freddy Krueger


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Freddy Krueger is without a doubt one of the most recognisable names within the horror genre. Created by the late Wes Craven, and played across eight movies and a television series by the brilliant Robert Englund, the character is one that has worked his way into the nightmares of audiences for decades.

Robert Englund has some ideas for Freddy's 'Nightmare on Elm Street' futureRobert Englund has some ideas for Freddy's 'Nightmare on Elm Street' future

As somebody who's been defeated in a number of different ways, Englund looks to be done with playing Freddy, saying he's too old to step back into the role. Despite this, he does have some big ideas about how the character could be reborn if Freddy ever appears on the big screen once more.

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MOVIE HORROR SHOWS, Demi Moore, George Clooney, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Connelly, John Travolta, Johnny Depp, Katherine Heigl, Matthew Mcconaughey, Nightmare On Elm Street, Patricia Arquette, Robert Englund and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Leprechaun (1993)

Movie Horror Shows, Demi Moore, George Clooney, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Connelly, John Travolta, Johnny Depp, Katherine Heigl, Matthew Mcconaughey, Nightmare On Elm Street, Patricia Arquette, Robert Englund and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Wes Craven's New Nightmare Review


Weak
In this unofficial seventh entry into the Nightmare on Elm Street series, Wes Craven takes us into one of the most bizarro horror setups ever put to film, as he reveals, yeah, those other six films were all just movies, but now it's for real. He's not kidding: Craven plays himself, as does Robert Englund... and Craven reveals that Freddy is some sort of half-spiritual evil (thus inspiring his screenplays), and now his intended victim is Heather Langenkamp (also playing herself), the star of the original Nightmare film. She's now a mom, and her creepy son has something to do with all of this, with a less-burned-up Freddy stalking the starlet from reality into some proto-sleepwalking-fantasy world. By the end, she's discovered the very script she's living, and, well, if any of this ends up making sense to you then you're a better man than I.

Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare Review


Terrible
The only Nightmare on Elm Street movie to begin with a Friedrich Nietzsche quote and give us Freddy riding a broomstick, aping The Wizard of Oz -- all in the first 10 minutes -- not to mention appearances from a young Breckin Meyer to Yaphet Kotto. Cameos are legion: From a returning Johnny Depp (credited as Oprah Noodlemantra) to then-hot Tom Arnold and Roseanne. Too bad it's all for naught. Longtime Nightmare collaborator Rachel Talalay (a production manager on the first installment and later a screenwriter) got behind the camera on this outing, turning in the absolute worst entry of the series. (Freddy as video game character murderer? Pass.)
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