Freddy Krueger’s Top 10 Kills – Part Two

Welcome back, bitches!

We will now conclude our two part series, as VHS Revival ventures into the ethereal netherworld of Fred Krueger, one of horrors most iconic and enduring characters. Back in 1984, Old Pizza Face revitalised the slasher genre as a razor-fingered child killer with the unprecedented advantage of being able to inhabit ones dreams, offering fans of the macabre a potentially unlimited canvas of death and destruction […]

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Freddy Krueger’s Top 10 Kills – Part One

Hello, bitches!

Welcome to┬áthe first of a two part series, as VHS Revival ventures into the ethereal netherworld of Fred Krueger, one of horrors most iconic and enduring characters. Back in 1984, Old Pizza Face revitalised the slasher genre as a razor-fingered child killer with the unprecedented advantage of being able to inhabit ones dreams, offering fans of the macabre a potentially unlimited canvas of death and destruction […]

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VHS Reboots: A Nightmare on Elm Street

I don’t consider myself a critic; personally I resent the term.

In spite of a movie’s inadequacies there is usually much to admire, or if not at least some potential on offer. For every cinematic faux pas there is an ingenious turn of direction or standout performance. Someone, somewhere, will make the most of a bad situation.

There are some productions, however, that are destined to fail […]

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A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985)

Wes Craven never wanted a sequel for what would become his most successful franchise.

As far as he was concerned Fred Krueger was a one-off nightmare, a character whose end would be swift and memorable. Others could not afford to be so romantic. Before Elm Street New Line Cinema was a small production company which could not match its expenses […]

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