With the remake slinking out of the boiler room and into theaters soon, I became intoxicated with revisiting A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master – the most financially successful Nightmare sequel before it was dethroned by Freddy vs. Jason in 2003. The Dream Master took in $49.3 million domestic gross at the box office in ’88, and inspired the production of more Freddy games, toys, dolls, surfboards, pogo sticks, race cars, planes and railway systems than anyone could’ve predicted.
The original, and for many fans the only, Freddy Krueger himself, Robert Englund, has been flexing his horror muscle over in Italy. Ready to get a sample of just one of the things he's been up to? Dig on the trailer for Alessandro Perrella's The Night of the Sinner.
March 19-21, Orvieto Italy - You think America is the only horror-loving country on the planet? Think again, Sparky. North of Rome in the city of Orvieto, Italians are gearing up for what promises to be one hell of a time. The annual Fantasy Horror Award celebration is a pretty big deal, and they're pulling out guests and celebs galore to prove it.
Those of you sitting there waiting patiently for Robert Englund to turn on his Web Cam because you can't wait to see what he's gonna do needn't wait much longer! The first trailer and artwork for his next film have just hit online, and we've got a look at the goods for you!
After over 20 years of terrorizing the teenagers of Elm Street, Freddy Krueger is still as iconic as ever. Based on the original incarnation of the character - portrayed with a perfect mix of horror and comedy by Robert Englund - comes the A Nightmare on Elm Street Freddy Krueger Bobble Head.
Being an avid fan of Angel, I used to harbor a hetero mancrush on David Boreanaz. So much so that I eagerly tuned in to the pilot episode of his follow-up series, Bones. Then I tuned right out and never looked back. But today’s news has me ready to tune back it – at least to see how this all plays out.
My God! It's really happening! Not only has an official synopsis appeared online but the first bit of casting news has come as well! Captain Howdy is pleased!
Never mind the remake which is looming over all of our heads like a black cloud of crap and distress -- the original big horror daddy Wes Craven classic is about to make its jump to Blu-ray high definition, and we've got the scoop on what to expect!
Can you imagine Freddy himself reaching off the screen and clawing you to death? That was attempted with "varying" degrees of success with Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, but in the latest film from Spanish filmmaker Antoni Sole entitled Web Cam 3D, Robert Englund will be getting another shot at the whole three-dimensional thing, sans the character of Freddy of course.
The first two guests for Creation Entertainment's upcoming Weekend of Horrors show that's taking place this May in LA have been announced and wow -- talk about a serious one-two punch!
More sales are crept out of AFM today, this time for Land of Canaan, a psychological thriller/horror flick based on a true story of murder and hauntings in the Nevada town of Goldfield.
For someone like Robert Englund, whose character of Freddy Krueger became legendary in the pop culture lexicon, you'd think he'd relish the opportunity to step out from behind the mask (or make-up) in the FEARnet web series "Fear Clinic."
G4TV's Attack of the Show is doing a good job of getting our ghost this Halloween season by offering some exclusive goodies involving slashers in search of higher forms of education, a video interview with Robert Englund, who dishes the goods on his new web series "Fear Clinic", and Joe Lynch discussing his opinions on horror and what you should be watching!
In celebration of the release of the new FEARnet series "Fear Clinic", we got our hands on an exclusive still that will appeal to any lover of b-movie mayhem out there. Ready to face one of your fears?
If there's one person in the horror industry who doesn't have a thing left to prove, it's Robert Englund. He's conquered live theater, been successful in both film and television for over the last 30 years, worked as a film producer and director, and he's now a published author.