Exclusive Giveaway - Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy
Posted January 15, 2014 10:18 AM by Webmaster
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I love the running off the gloves against metal objects to make that noise.
In part 2, when he surprises Jesse in the hallway then removes the skin on his head to show his brain was awesome.
I need this!
In "Wes Craven's New Nightmare", when the new Freddy sticks his claws through Nancy's sheets, I like it because Freddy is actually a scary presence again, he's savouring the kill. If it had been left up to any of the directors of "The Dream Warriors" onward they would have had him acting like a cartoon or something. While I enjoyed the movies, it annoyed me that they turned Freddy into a clown, he just wasn't scary anymore, Wes came back and made him a monster again, the way he was always intended!
Freddy terrorizing Tina & Nancy in the first film. His face was rarely shown, and when it was, it was obscured mostly in shadow. This made him a far more menacing figure than what he became in the later sequels. Just as the James Bond films lost some of their impact when they ventured too far into one-liners and implausible situations, The Elm Street movies are at their best when they rely on psychological terror rather than humor from the supposed prince of nightmares.
Definitely Johnny Depp's death scene. I borrowed the VHS from a friend and my mom put it in while I was at school to see what I was watching, and that scene made her eject and it and demand that I return it to my friend. I watched it at his house later.
"Welcome to prime time, bitch!"
Lisa getting pulled on the ceiling in the original
Johnny Depp's death scene
The flashback showing that Freddy is the bastard son of 1000 maniacs
Fight with Jason
Opening monologue from Freddy vs Jason
Part 1: The gooey stairs
Part 2: Demon Parrot!
Part 3: Snake Freddy says "Yooooooou!"
Part 4: Alice's "getting ready" montage and "F*kin' A..."
Part 5: Alice's scary shower
Part 6: "Every town has an Elm Street" moment
Part 7: Heather finally deciding to be Nancy when she says "I love you too...Daddy"
FvsJ: Jason's nightmare
Part 1: when glen is calling his mom and plays the car crash and lies his but off. funny stuff
Part 3: Freddy Skeleton Vs. Craig Wasson and the welcome to prime time b*tch line.
Part 7 (New Nightmare): when the freddy tongue wraps around heather.
the scene when I was dressed as Freddy for the release of Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare. I was working at my local cineplex which was on the third floor of the mall. I stood still on a small platform that made me look as if I was a statue. I stuck a menacing pose and as moviegoers came off the escalator as walked either up to me or near me I would move and do my best Kruger laugh. Eventually as the hrs passed word got out in the mall that someone dressed as Freddy Kruger was scaring the shit outta people going to see either that movie or another. I had a crowd of people standing around the atrium watching as endless "victims" came up to the third floor. Best comments from folks was "Dude you are way scarier then the movie"......what can I say, Robert Englund would be proud.....
The little girls jumping rope singing the Freddy Song:
One, two, Freddy's comin' for you.
Three, four, better lock your door.
Five, six, grab a crucifix.
Seven, eight, better stay up late.
Nine, ten, never sleep again.
The beginning of part 2 on the school bus. The first time I saw it I joked about what would happen using all the cliches I could come up with. Funnily enough it was pretty much what ended up on the screen.
Just one: While Freddy's Dead is possibly the weakest in the franchise, it does have one cool sequence.
Kathryn - "There aren't anymore. This isn't Springwood!"
Freddy - "Every town has an Elm Street. AHAHAHA!"
Then a decayed Elm Street street sign shoots out the ground.
So dang cool.
"Rick, you little meatball"
Debbie in the roach trap from The Dream Master
the comic book style killing of Mark in The Dream Child
Freddy's winking with his head cut off in the very last scene of Freddy vs Jason
Nancy reading the "script" which is really their real life at the end of A New Nightmare
-Freddy pressing through the wall in Nightmare 1
-"This...is God!" in the Nightmare 1
-Funeral scene in New Nightmare
-Shadow Freddy in the street in Freddy Vs. Jason
-Freddy Vs. Jason knock down, drag out final fight