A Nightmare On Elm Street (2005)

Date: September 17, 2012  Posted in: Music  Comments: 0


In 1984, Wes Craven released a movie that rejuvenated the tiring slasher genre of horror films with A Nightmare On Elm Street. The backdrop is our own dreams and the puppetmaster is the scarred, sweater sporting, dusty fedora wearing lunatic by the name of Freddy Kreuger. He was blamed for murdering children who lived on Elm Street and burned alive by their parents but he didn’t stay dead. He’s back and hell bent on revenge by haunting the dreams of the children of the parents who murdered him.

As the movie is set in both real life and dream worlds, director Wes Craven is free to cook up some very creative and fascinating scenes bringing new life to the horror genre. It’s quite a trip and features scenes that you will never forget.