Tag Archives: Wes Craven’s New Nightmare

Steel City Con 2022 Pittsburgh’s Most Popular Convention – Event Review

Steel City Con has rapidly become the go-to convention for pop culture fans in the Pittsburgh area. This convention was first founded in 1994 and has gone through several name changes over the years. The Pittsburgh Comic Con has been going under its latest incarnation, the Steel City Con, since …

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Freddy Krueger: How His Evil Evolved #7: Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (1994)

Freddy Krueger

After coming to an explosive end in Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare, many thought that maybe ?— just maybe ?— Freddy Krueger’s twisted spirit would be put to rest. After all, how many films can you make about a child killer who haunts the dreams of the children whose parents …

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25 Years of Sleepless Nights – Why We Love ‘Wes Craven’s A New Nightmare’

Getting a good night’s sleep has never been the same for horror fans since Wes Craven changed the game in 1984 with A Nightmare on Elm Street. Slashers and monsters were nothing new, but a villain that could kill you in your sleep kicked the terror up a whole new level. …

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Unleash the Darkness: ‘Portal’ (2019) Movie Review

What do you get when you mix the Ghost Adventures TV series and Evil Dead (1981)? A new horror film called Portal (2019) that was written by Peter Dukes (Escape Room 2017) and Dean Alioto (Shadowheart 2009, Quarries 2016), and directed by Dean Alioto (Lizzie Borden Had An Axe 2004). The …

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‘Wes Craven’s New Nightmare’ 25th Anniversary: Strengths and Weaknesses

Wes Craven's New Nightmare

Originally released on October 14, 1994, Wes Craven’s New Nightmare offered a fresh, daring take on the Freddy Krueger character… or something like it. You see, New Nightmare is technically a Freddy movie, yet it definitely isn’t. The villain is actually an entity that takes the form of Freddy, because it …

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Top 15 Horror Movies Set in Los Angeles

A lot of films are made in Los Angeles; the second most populous city in the US is the epicenter of the Entertainment Industry, home base to the biggest and most prolific production studios. But Los Angeles is also the setting of many films; sure, it helps to set your …

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Top Ten Horror Films Of The 1990s

The 1990s were a happening time for me. I was born in ’91, which is a pretty big milestone in my life, and I started watching horror movies shortly after. The films that I watched in those earliest years of my life really shaped my taste in movies, and I’m …

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