Tuesday, 16 April 2013

A-Z Blogging: N is for (A) Nightmare on Elm Street

(A) Nightmare on Elm Street is a 1984 horror film by Wes Craven, and was the first in a long series of films (8 or 9...it's hard to know what counts and doesn't!). It introduces Freddy Krueger, played by Robert Englund (who had, up to that point, been most famous for V, though apparently been considered playing Han Solo in Star Wars...) as a murderer seeking revenge on those that killed him, which he does by killing people in their dreams.

It was a pretty low budget film ($1.8 million, which is low for a film ok!) but was an instant success and, like I said, spawned many many many more.

After a rushed wallpaper job, many wondered what happened to Freddy

It features lots of killings, some nice shadows and cinematography, and blood. Lots of blood. But what makes this film really, really scary isn't any of this. I'm pretty sure I can't just post such terror on the front page...


After the cut (be warned! Cannot be unseen! D:)

 This post is part of the A-Z Blogging Challenge, 2013.

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  1. Ah yes how time does fly 1984, I must be getting old . . . . . . .. DAMN

  2. I love this movie! It rocked, but then Freddy started getting more comical than scary. I did really enjoy Freddy vs. Jason, lol.

  3. Blog hopping today. Trying to reach everyone on the list. And Nightmare on Elmstreet scared the pants right off of me....

  4. Getting past N can be a Nightmare, I would leap straight to Z and blame it all on Observing a Parade of Quietly Rampaging Sects of Terrifyingly Unsociable Vampires Waving X rated Y fronts . . . . . . That would certainly put me off.

    And the world loves a Zombie..


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