Since 1984, Freddy Krueger has been haunting on-screen and off-screen nightmares for almost four decades. Beginning with A Nightmare on Elm Street, the part-time janitor, full-time maniac has been a terror to the teens of Elm Street through scores of movies, a TV series, and even video games. For fans of Freddy, here is a list off small details and fun facts about the Nightmare franchise. Sweet dreams!
On The RadioPhoto: Freddy vs. Jason / New Line Cinema
Posted by u/Degg19:
In Freddy vs. Jason, during the first psych ward scene the name of the news station is “KRGR” an abbreviation for "Krueger."Cutting detail?
The Bed Of Blood ScenePhoto: A Nightmare on Elm Street / New Line Cinema
Posted by u/stealthynotion:
In A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), the effect of blood rushing to the ceiling during Glen's (Johnny Depp) demise was achieved using an upside down set. It was actually spilling onto the floor. Director Wes Craven and DP Jacques Haitkin captured the scene strapped to the wall in race car seats.Cutting detail?
Shake, Rattle, & RollPhoto: Wes Craven's New Nightmare / New Line Cinema
Posted by u/TheMagicTurtle1:
In Wes Craven's A New Nightmare, the earthquake footage from the movie is real earthquake footage.Cutting detail?
The Real Origin Story
Posted by u/StatusLoquat8:
Wes Craven got the idea for A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) after reading articles from the Los Angeles Times. The articles mentioned three refugees from Pol Pot's regime who suffered from extreme nightmares, the men refused to sleep but all died within a year of arriving in the U.S. with no clear cause of death.Cutting detail?