|1.||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
(2000 TV Series)
Episode: Living Legend (2006)
The CSI team is confronted in a short time with a series of corpses from the past, or rather two: several members of a crime syndicate from the sixties, and people associated with them. There are pictures on the scenes showing persons together, and several aliases all are taken from or based on characters from horror movies such as the Nightmare on Elm Street, Jason or Scary Movie cycles. A mysterious photographer takes pictures in the morgue but Dr. Al Robbins notices he's only pretending to be new on staff. It seems the killer assumed many identities using professional disguises and may be former cop Eddie Sanchez who stole a fortune from the mobsters...
It's nearing the 10th Anniversary of the film 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' and one of the stars, Heather Langenkamp is being scared by a voice on a phone, sounding very similar to the film's villain, Freddy Krueger. When Heather's husband is killed in a car accident and is discovered with slash marks on him, Heather starts to wonder something. Especially when she discovers that Wes Craven is writing another 'Nightmare' film. Soon, she realizes that Freddy has now entered the real world, and the only way to defeat him is to become Nancy Thompson once again.
In 1984, horror director Wes Craven created "A Nightmare on Elm Street." It was acclaimed as one of the scariest movies ever made and made unknowns like Robert Englund, Johnny Depp, and Heather Langenkamp huge stars. Ten years later, Heather is living happily with her husband, Chase, and her son, Dylan. But her life has now been turned upside down because she is being stalked by a person who sounds like Nightmare villain Freddy Krueger. Chase has just been killed in a car accident after he accidentally fell asleep behind the wheel. Dylan refuses to sleep any more, and New Line Cinema has just offered her a part in "the ultimate Nightmare." But some other strange things have been happening, including earthquakes and Craven being tight-lipped about the script. The ultimate truth is that Freddy Krueger is actually an ancient demon breaking out into our world, but in order to do that, he must go through Heather. And he knows he can get out by harming those near her.
Heather Langencamp is trying to put her nerves back together after a stalker disrupted the lives of her, her husband, and her child, Dylan. Meanwhile, an ominous force has chosen the person-hood of Freddy Krueger as its ticket into the real world. Suddenly, Heather's husband turns up dead, as does his crew working on a mechanical glove for a new Elm Street movie, and Dylan starts complaining about a man with knives for fingers that is warded off by his T-Rex doll. Calls to Robert Englund and Wes Craven reveal something is definitely wrong. After a visit to Wes, Heather begins to realize the only way to save her son and stop this evil force from coming into the real world is to play the role of Nancy Thompson one last time in an attempt to trap this demonic force in the stories of Elm Street once and for all...
|3.||Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare
In part six of the Nightmare on Elm Street series, dream monster Freddy Krueger has finally killed all the children of his hometown, and seeks to escape its confines to hunt fresh prey. To this end, he recruits the aid of his (previously unmentioned) daughter. However, she discovers the demonic origin of her father's powers and meets Dad head-on in a final showdown (originally presented in 3-D).
|4.||The Angry Video Game Nerd
(2004 TV Series)
Episode: A Nightmare on Elm Street (2006)
After getting rid of Jason, the Nerd appeared to be free from his torture. Only to discover that he's being visited by Freddy in his dreams. In the dream world Freddy forces the Nerd to play the Nightmare on Elm Street game for the NES. With the generic Halloween monsters and the campy music, it was far from being as great as it's movie counterpart. The Nerd's main complaint is that the main character in the game has no weapons except for the dream sequences. The Nerd will have to think of something fast if he wants to get rid of Freddy and get out of his own nightmare.
(1988 TV Series)
The evil, sinister killer of the "Nightmare On Elm Street" movies, Freddy Krueger, hosts this show, where each week, he shows us a tale of evil and death about the lives of people who live in Springwood.
|6.||The Cinema Snob
(2007 TV Series)
Episode: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (2015)
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of A Nightmare on Elm Street's first sequel, the Cinema Snob takes a gander at Part 2: Freddy's Revenge. However, after careful analysis of symbolism and the movie's homo-erotic undertones, the Snob concludes that the protagonist needs to come out of the closet and that Freddy really ain't such a bad guy.
|7.||Siskel & Ebert
(1986 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 1 May 2010 (2010)
Michael Phillips and A.O. Scott review the new remake of "A Nightmare on Elm Street", "The City of Your Final Destination", "Please Give", "Harry Brown", and "Sita Sings the Blues". In the 'Over/Under' segment, the critics look at films that they feel may be Overrated or Underrated. For this week's Over/Under, the critics examined horror movies. A.O. Scott chose the 1931 version of "Dracula" with Bela Lugosi as his overrated film, and the "Final Destination" franchise as his underrated films. Michael Scott chose the original "The Exorcist" as his overrated film, and 2005's The Descent" as his underrated film.
|8.||On the Lot
(2007 TV Series)
Episode: 14 Cut to 13 & 13 Directors Compete (2007)
One director is eliminated from the competition. Contestants showcase personal submission films. Director Wes Craven (The Hills Have Eyes, A Nightmare on Elm Street) appears as a guest judge. Films screened: "Blood Born" by Jason Epperson, "Lost" by Mateen Kemet, "Glass Eye" by Will Bigham, "Sunshine Girl" by Zach Lipovsky and "The Orchard" by Jess Brillhart.
|9.||Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film
This historical and critical look at slasher films, which includes dozens of clips, begins with "Halloween," "Friday the 13th," and "Prom Night." The films' directors, writers, producers, and special effects creators comment on the films' making and success. During the Reagan years, the films get gorier, budgets get smaller, and their appeal wanes. Then, "Nightmare on Elm Street" revives the genre. Jump to the late 90s, when "Scream" brings humor and TV stars into the mix. Although some criticize the genre as misogynistic (Siskel and Ebert), most of the talking heads celebrate the films: as long as there are teenagers, there will be slasher films, says one.
|10.||Atop the Fourth Wall
(2008 TV Series)
Episode: Nightmares on Elm Street #5-6 (2015)
Five, Six, what a bizarre mix. Linkara concludes his 3-part look at Freddy's venture into comics with Nightmares on Elm Street issues 5 and 6. Alice goes into the dreamworld to confront Freddy in order to save her son, while Divonne tries to kill Dr. Gordon. Thankfully, Nancy comes to save the day. While Freddy may have been defeated in the comics, he jumps out to terrorize Linkara in a living nightmare. The two engage in a battle of wits and magic. Who will successfully outdo the other?
|11.||Atop the Fourth Wall
(2008 TV Series)
Episode: Nightmares on Elm Street #3-4 (2015)
Three, Four, lock'em behind a door. Linkara continues his nightmarish quest through Nightmares on Elm Street with issues 3 and 4. It's three years later, and everything from issues 1 and 2 has been rendered totally irrelevant. Don't ya hate it when that happens? This time around, Freddy is stalking Alice once again, and it turns out her son Jacob is clairvoyant, which they hope they can use against the Christmas-sweater wearing psycho. Meanwhile, Linkara seems to be trapped in a nightmare himself...while he's still awake.
|12.||Atop the Fourth Wall
(2008 TV Series)
Episode: Nightmares on Elm Street #1-2 (2015)
One, Two, Linkara's coming for you. That's right, he's reviewing issues #1 and 2 of Nightmares on Elm Street to welcome the Halloween season. This series serves as a prequel to the film Freddy's Dead, and hints at a possible connection between Freddy Krueger and Jack the Ripper.
|13.||To Die For
The idea for "To Die For" came out of executive producer Greg H. Sims' love of the Dracula legend and the many Dracula films, and his long-standing desire to do a contemporary and romantic version of Bram Stoker's classic characters. Sims brought in writer Leslie King, who has previously penned a screenplay under the tutelage of Francis Ford Coppola, to realize his concept. Screenplay in place, Sims and his Arrowhead Productions formed a partnership with executive Lee Caplin and producer Barin Kumar. Dean Sarafian ("The Falling") was then brought to direct. With the assistance of casting director Linda Francis ("crimes of Passion'),a top-notch cast was assembled featuring Birtish actor Brendan Hughes ("Stranded", "Return to Horror High"); Sydney Walsh (TV's "Hooperman"); Amanda Wyss ("A Nightmare on Elm Street"); Emmy-winner Scott Jacoby; Micah Grant, Steve Bond ("General Hospital"); and Duane Jones ("Night of the Living Dead"), in his last film. The score for "To Die For" was composed by Cliff Eidelman. The film's theme song was co-written by Stacy Widelitz, who wrote the song "She's Like the Wind" from the box-office smash "Dirty Dancing." "To Die For" was filmed entirely in Los Angeles, including a full fledged castle in Malibu serving as Vlad's home.
|14.||I Am Nancy
In the autobiographical I AM NANCY, the focus is squarely on Heather Langenkamp and her unique experience playing Wes Craven's legendary teen heroine Nancy Thompson. With tongue planted firmly in cheek, Heather asks the burning question: "Why Freddymania, and not Nancymania?" After personally experiencing the Freddy Krueger marketing craze, the rise of horror convention fandom and the phenomenon of eight Nightmare On Elm Street films, Heather reflects on the relevance of heroes in this modern age of monster lovers. Prepare to put yourself in Nancy's shoes and think about Elm Street in a whole new way.
|15.||Scream: The Inside Story
In 1996, the horror master Wes Craven (A Nightmare on Elm Street) unleashed Scream, a slasher movie aimed at a whole new generation of teenage movie-goers. Though premiering at a time when horror movies were in decline and plagued with an array of start up problems, Scream went on to shatter box-office records for horror films, earning well over $100 million in domestic box office receipts, revived Craven's career and turned first-time screenwriter Kevin Williamson and a group of hot young television actors (among them Neve Campbell, Skeet Ulrich and Rose McGowan) into overnight stars. The film became a huge success, spawned three sequels and single-handedly revived the horror genre. "Scream: The Inside Story" features all-new interviews with Wes Craven, Neve Campell, David Arquette, Jamie Kennedy, Rose McGowan and Matthew Lillard along with the many other cast and crew.
|16.||Bizarre Transmissions from the Bermuda Triangle
(2015 TV Series)
Episode: From Cowboys to Zombies (2016)
All New Episode "Bucket Of Blood"(from Cowboys to Zombies) ------------------ Part of Bizarre Transmissions from the Bermuda Triangle's Second of Final Three Episodes for Season One... Buddha Gonzalez & The Boys Visit Historical Haunted Landmark "The Bucket Of Blood Saloon" In Arizona.. The Episode will also Feature Interviews with Hare Krishna Zombie Mike Christopher (of Movie Dawn of The Dead), Terry Alexander(of Movie Day of the Dead),Nick Corri A.K.A Jsu Garcia(of A Nightmare On Elm Street) & Ryan Kiser(of Movie House of Manson, Horror Hosts Mr.Lobo, Niegel Honeybone, Mortimer, Lord Blood-Rah plus More... Plus More.. Music Videos By: Otto Von Schirach, Professor Elemental, Evil Blizzard, Hellpie, The Secretions & Much More... ++++++++++++++ OSI74.COM
Low budget Indian version of Nightmare on Elm Street. Ranjit an obsessive lover (and killer) relentlessly pursues Rekha till he is burnt alive in a scuffle with Rekha's friends. But that's not the end of him, as his corpse comes back to take revenge.
|18.||ScrewAttack's Top 10s
(2006 TV Series)
Episode: Top 10 Angry Video Game Nerd Moments of 2006 (2006)
The Angry Video Game Nerd celebrates its first year of being hosted on ScrewAttack with Stuttering Craig listing ten great moments from the 2006 season: #10: The Power Glove ending rant, #9: The Nerd's rant on the waterfalls in "King of Kings: The Early Years", #8: The Nerd taking a dump on the "Nightmare on Elm Street" cartridge, #7: The Nerd noticing a typo on the first story screen in "Double Dragon 3", #6: The Nerd admitting he's not cool while using the Power Glove, #5: The Nerd failing to land the plane in "Top Gun", #4: The Nerd being confused by the premise of the NES "Back to the Future" game, #3: The Nerd's ending rant on "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" for NES, #2: The Nerd satirizing the game over screen in "Friday the 13th", and #1: The closing line of his "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" review.
T Rad and Mike are two college slackers who devise a clever scheme to throw a gigantic rave to end all raves. With the help of a sexy, seductive Annora, they secure a remote cave for the ultimate party experience. Things appear to be going great until they realize that they have stumbled straight into the lair of a mysterious killer Bones Magee. With inspirational cues from horror classics like "Friday the 13th" and "Nightmare on Elm Street", Bone Cave' is a retro slasher film full of blood, guts, and amazing one liners.
(2004 Short Film)
HORROR FRIENDS spoofs the comedy in Friends as deftly as it lampoons the horror of "A Nightmare on Elm Street," "Friday the 13th," "Carrie," "Silence of the Lambs" and "Halloween."
(2013 Short Film)
Pinfeathers is no ordinary love story. A man (Joe Seely, Nightmare on Elm Street: Dream Child) with his dreams and nothing else and a woman (Brynn Horrocks, Rob Zombie's Lords of Salem) ready to stop compromising herself encounter one another in a dream woven together on the breath of an unfinished angel (Sarabeth Tuceck, Flatliners, Uprising). As they sleep, the angel weaves them intimately close. In their waking lives they encounter a hat-pin fetishist (Dennis Holahan, Brian DePalma's Scarface), junkie (Annie Grindlay, K2), and rapist (Dean Minerd). When they finally meet they are struck dumb by the intense familiarity. And then ... Pinfeathers is one of the last films made by hand at the American Film Institute before digital was in widespread use. It was afforded creative freedoms seldom seen now. It was filmed on location in downtown Los Angeles at The American Hotel and Al's Bar, L.A.'s CBGB. Pinfeathers received the Silver Plaque at the Chicago International Film Festival, screened in Seattle and was favorably reviewed in The Stranger, Seattle Times, and the New York Times, which described it as having a "Salammbô -like decadence."
|22.||Noche de lobos
(1991 TV Series)
Juan Luis Goas hosted this show where he introduced a classic horror movie and then talked widely about it, his director and the theme of it. Some of the movies that appeared in this show were "Demoni" (1 and 2), "Nightmare on Elm Street", "The Texas Chainshaw Massacre", "Halloween" and other classics.
|23.||The Wondering Mind: A Second Thought
(2016 Short Film)
This is the second installment of The Wondering Mind. In this sequel, taking place a good 5+ years later, Ricky is now in college and due to the events of the first film, he ups his dose of medication to prevent the voice from ever returning, or so he thinks. As a side effect of the medication, he is drowsy and sleeps a lot. This higher dose of medication takes care of the voices in his head while he's awake but, the voice soon begins to attack him where the medication is unable to help; In his dreams. The Voice inside his head takes on a human form, causing almost disastrous results. What unfolds is a Nightmare on Elm Street style journey that will forever change Ricky's life. As time passes, Ricky becomes more unsure of what is reality, and what is a dream. Will he ever wake up?
|24.||The Dream Actor
(2007 Short Film)
Owen is a struggling actor. He stubbornly and incorrectly uses the method style of acting and insists that he cannot break character. While researching for an audition for the role of Freddy Krueger in an upcoming remake of "A Nightmare On Elm Street" at a local diner his friend, Sid, coincidentally shows up to the same diner. Sid does nothing to encourage Owen in his career and only belittles him for being a horrible actor. While in the midst of "being mean" to people in the restaurant, like Freddy would, Owen and Sid's table is served by Jules. Owen taken an immediate liking to her and Sid knows it right away. Owen wants to make a move on her, but refuses to break character. He tries to ask her out as Freddy, but does not succeed. Sid does all he can to help Owen, but ends up making things worse.
(1998 TV Movie)
Sally lives in a small 'no-name' town. Today is her 12th birthday. Sally is getting no attention. Half a dozen children tear the place apart. Whoosh!- a green Mustang screeches to a halt in front of the doorway. Sally's eccentric aunt, Isabella, springs out. She brings Sally an unusual gift: a videotape of a famous musical with her favorite star. To a family like Sally's whose culture runs the gamut from bingo nights to 'Nightmare on Elm Street', this gift is incomprehensible, but to Sally it will become the seed of a life-long dream.