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Monster-Mania Looms Over Cherry Hill

The summer may be nearly gone, but Horror Is Eternal!! Monster-Mania 15 is set to hit the tranquil town of Cherry Hill, New Jersey (just north of Haddonfield ... no lie) this Friday, August 20th, running through Sunday, August 22nd.

The summer massacre is the biggest date of the year for Monster-Mania, and this show in particular will Not disappoint! The lineup includes director John Carpenter headlining alongside a Boondock Saints reunion with Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus and David Della Rocco, a Pet Sematary reunion with Brad Greenquist, Denise Crosby, Dale Midkiff, Andrew Hubatsek and Miko Hughes And A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child reunion with Lisa Wilcox, Danny Hassel, Beatrice Boepple, Erika Anderson, Kelly Jo Minter and Joe Seely.

They've also got a tribute to our dearly departed Lost Boy Corey Haim with Brooke McCarter and G Tom Mac ("Cry Little Sister"). Need more star power? How about Barbara Steele,
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Never Sleep Again - Maniacal Monday Twitterfeed

A big day of shooting on Never Sleep Again is under way, and Dread Central is continuing our coverage of the documentary's Twitter feed. Come on in to find out who else has been on the hot seat!

Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy officially began lensing on August 22, 2009, in and around Los Angeles. Starring and narrated by Heather Langenkamp, star of the 1984 classic A Nightmare on Elm Street and two of its sequels (1986's Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors and 1994's Wes Craven's New Nightmare), this thrilling 90-minute retrospective promises to be the definitive look at the making of the iconic horror series and the enduring legacy of its wise-cracking, razor-gloved villain: the indefatigable "bastard son of a hundred maniacs" known as Freddy Krueger.

Directed by Daniel Farrands and Andrew Kasch, this comprehensive look at the Nightmare films is written and produced by Thommy Hutson with Heather Langenkamp serving as executive-producer,
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A Nightmare On Elm Street: 10 Kool Krueger Kills

Freddy (Robert Englund exclusively, as of now) Krueger is one of horrors most iconic figures. The hideous past, the hideous face, the easily anticipated, but humorous one-liners, they’ve all helped to create a star that continues to shine today. But the best attribute Freddy possesses is an uncanny ability to manufacture creative and grizzly methods of victim disposal.

Examine a few other long running franchises, and really evaluate the quality of their sequels. The majority lose all fear factor, and loads of appeal to boot. This happens because the lines of creativity gradually disappear. We know that Michael Myers will wield his kitchen knife until the final moment of the final reel on Halloween night. We know that Jason Voorhees will celebrate every Friday The 13th with a machete. Pinhead’s going to pull out the whips and chains, Leatherface will snatch the chainsaw and the cycle will run…
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A Nightmare On Elm Street: 10 Kool Krueger Kills

Freddy (Robert Englund exclusively, as of now) Krueger is one of horrors most iconic figures. The hideous past, the hideous face, the easily anticipated, but humorous one-liners, they’ve all helped to create a star that continues to shine today. But the best attribute Freddy possesses is an uncanny ability to manufacture creative and grizzly methods of victim disposal.

Examine a few other long running franchises, and really evaluate the quality of their sequels. The majority lose all fear factor, and loads of appeal to boot. This happens because the lines of creativity gradually disappear. We know that Michael Myers will wield his kitchen knife until the final moment of the final reel on Halloween night. We know that Jason Voorhees will celebrate every Friday The 13th with a machete. Pinhead’s going to pull out the whips and chains, Leatherface will snatch the chainsaw and the cycle will run…
See full article at Fangoria »

A Nightmare On Elm Street: 10 Kool Krueger Kills

Freddy (Robert Englund exclusively, as of now) Krueger is one of horrors most iconic figures. The hideous past, the hideous face, the easily anticipated, but humorous one-liners, they’ve all helped to create a star that continues to shine today. But the best attribute Freddy possesses is an uncanny ability to manufacture creative and grizzly methods of victim disposal.

Examine a few other long running franchises, and really evaluate the quality of their sequels. The majority lose all fear factor, and loads of appeal to boot. This happens because the lines of creativity gradually disappear. We know that Michael Myers will wield his kitchen knife until the final moment of the final reel on Halloween night. We know that Jason Voorhees will celebrate every Friday The 13th with a machete. Pinhead’s going to pull out the whips and chains, Leatherface will snatch the chainsaw and the cycle will run…
See full article at Fangoria »

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