Welcome to the last entry for my Scenes To Be Seen Freddy Kills! We will be looking at the best scene from 1994’s Wes Cravens New Nightmare.
It’s not even scary. Kind of like walking through a haunted house that does everything in its power to not scare you.
Sure it’s not the best death of all the kills in the Elm Street series. But it’s one that I appreciate the most. I could see Freddy coming after me this way and for that I gladly honor this scene.
It certainly makes up for one odd and not so good movie.
Supposedly I am a terrible person. But much much worse, a killer of dreams. At least this is what a few of my coworkers tell me. Let me explain. My youngest son has just joined the football team. He told me that he wants to be a star in the NFL. It’s his first year…
This a big change to the Freddy we got in the first movie where he kills folks in his dreams. Which may make why Freddy’s Revenge is so hated. I don’t think there is any moment where Freddy actually kills victims in the dream world. Which is quite frankly Freddy’s modus operandi.
I could only imagine being that one effects coordinator that was given the duty of weighting everything down.
Every major horror movie baddy is simply… a super hero. We love them for their efforts and know that although they may not win the day… they do come back because just like a hero, these killers are forever faithful to their duty. We obsess over their origin stories, the bloodier and more ridiculous the better! And one of my favorites is none other than 1997’s Jack Frost!
You know what I always loved as a kid, those classic Errol Flynn movies where he plays Robin Hood. Flynn was the defining symbol of the legendary character and maybe next to him was some cartoon fox. But 1938’s The Adventures of Robin Hood is a movie that I always loved. These kinds of adventure…
It leaves us scratching our heads and wondering what the hell we just watched and I for one love it!