The field of independent filmmaking can narrow quite immoderately when comparing who's done more with the money they've put into their product. Not to say that every indie film with a sizable allocation is destined to be a turd, but I've seen some productions that have had notable actors, with superior effects, and the overall package resembles something that should have been flushed long, long ago.
Taking all of this into consideration,
Updated 03-17-2015 at 04:00 AM by bronxtko
I think I must have been about 6 years old the 1st time I saw this movie. I loved it so much that when my mom told me I could pick out the name of my new baby sister I chose Regina. I thought her character was the coolest.
I love so much about this movie. Its always great to see a movie with a strong female role.. this movie had 2. Regina (Catherine Mary Stewart ) and Samantha (Kelli Maroney)
If I'm remembering correctly I think
Updated 03-16-2015 at 02:51 PM by horrorchick99
The franchise and its villain are iconic. Nightmare on Elm Street and is razor-mitted baddie, Freddie Krueger came into the pop culture world in 1984 and quickly established itself amongst the other great horror franchises like Friday the 13th, Halloween and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The original film saved New Line Cinema from obscurity and catapulted director Wes Craven and star Robert Englund into crossword answer popularity.
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Its a great gore fest that I have to label as a must own!
This film has everything I love about horror.. Gore, Violence, and Crazy psycho killer(s)! From the father's decapitation to the chainsaw through the windshield full of the gore I love! I also enjoy movies that have a bit of a "damn I didn't see that coming" moment and the end lives up to that.
I've read a lot of reviews online complaining about the dubbing being poor and how they
I find myself thinking of what positive things can I possibly say about this movie. I love horror good bad and sometimes cheesy, but this movie left me really disappointed. I had a feeling going in to watching it that I might be let down. The previews for it left little to be desired. Usually they play the best parts in the trailers but in this case even those were blah! The only time I was even remotely interested (outraged/freaked out ) as this movie progressed