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Joseph Loveless

Was Freddy Krueger’s Body Just Identified?

On the first day of the new year, it was reported that the bones of Joseph Henry Loveless, bootlegger and murderer, had finally been identified. In 1979 his torso was found in in a burlap sack in a ca...

Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger

Ten of the Most Vicious Freddy Krueger Kills

The Nightmare on Elm Street series gave birth to one of the most iconic boogeymen ever to stalk the screen: razor-clawed, Christmas sweater wearing, profoundly burned madman Freddy Krueger. With the a...

The Dream Child

Why Dream Child is the Least Effective Nightmare on Elm Street

The Nightmare on Elm Street franchise remains, to this day, one of the most acclaimed of all time. Unlike contemporaries like Friday the 13th and Halloween, every Elm Street sequel would at least pull...

Evil Ed Fright Night

Five Death Scenes That Made Us Sad and Uncomfortable

Horror films are, in general, built on death scenes. Even movies that aren’t slashers, like The Exorcist or The Omen contain infamous and brutal scenes. While not always the case, many of the titles c...


Five of the Most WTF? Death Scenes in Horror

It’s easy to think of some of the most disturbing deaths you’ve seen in a horror movie. People can likely think of those that had the most immediate, visceral impact. But in this list, we ...

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Strangest Things That Almost Happened in Freddy vs. Jason

Freddy vs. Jason is a movie famous for the incredible amount of time that it took to get made. It was first brought up in the mid-1980’s, around the time that the second Nightmare on Elm Street ...

Nightmare on Elm Street Remake is Unfairly Hated

Why The Nightmare on Elm Street Remake is Unfairly Hated

There are a handful of sacred cows in the horror industry. From Jason Voorhes to Michael Myers to Leatherface to Pinhead. Arguably, though, none of those icons ever reached the pop culture status of o...

Freddy's Dead 1991

How Freddy’s Dead Became a Living Cartoon

In the late 1980’s, the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise was at the top of its game. While the original had to gain success through word of mouth, Freddy’s Revenge was the top grossing horror film of...