Nightmare On Elm Street Preview

Posted by Grey Saturday, February 6, 2010

Yes, not even Freddy Krueger himself can evade the "Movie Remade Hell".

Freddy Krueger will finally be making his long-awaited return to the big screen since 2003's Freddy vs. Jason, but this time, Robert Englund will not be returning to his most popular role, as

The long-running American horror franchise, A Nightmare on Elm Street has certainly been a particularly prolific one. With eight slasher films, a television show, several novels, and numerous comic books under its belt, the franchise created by horror master, Wes Craven, has met with relatively tremendous success, despite its deeply B-graded roots.

Beginning with A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984 (with Johnny Depp himself in his feature film debut), the film franchise chronicles the never-ending evil path of the main antagonist, Freddy Krueger, who stalks and kills teenagers in their dreams, a'la slasher film style, with the catch that the particular individual who got killed in the dream, will be dead in reality too. The film has since went through a total reboot as a pseudo metafilm in 1994's Wes Craven's New Nightmare, and have went through the earlier mentioned crossover with Jason of Friday The Thirteen fame.

This year, the film is going through yet another reboot, or rather, remake, as Jackie Earle Haley (previously best known as the creepy pedophile character in Little Children and as Rorschach in last year's Watchmen) will take on the role of the dreaded fiend.

The movie will be released in April later this year.


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