History Franchise / ANightmareOnElmStreet

18th Jul '17 1:01:53 AM ThatSpyChick
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* AdultFear: The very premise of the franchise is a nightmare to any parent -- the possibility of your own child being horribly assaulted and murdered by a psychopath in a manner that you have absolutely ''no way of protecting them from''. And worse, this psychopath is supposed to be dead, because you and other parents took the law into your own hands after his string of child murders went unpunished due to a technicality.

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* AdultFear: The very premise of the franchise is a nightmare to any parent -- the possibility of your own child being horribly assaulted and murdered by a psychopath in a manner that you have absolutely ''no ''absolutely no way of protecting them from''. And worse, this psychopath is supposed to be dead, because you and other parents took the law into your own hands after his string of child murders went unpunished due to a technicality.
12th Jul '17 4:39:53 PM ThatSpyChick
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* ShapeshifterDefaultForm: Freddy Krueger is an accomplished shapeshifter in the dream world, regularly appearing as other people, mechanical devices, and a host of other forms. While he can look however he wants, as a nightmare ghost he prefers to appear as his post-death burnt self, probably to scare his victims. His true form in the real world are his skeletal remains, but it remains to be seen if he even ''has'' a true specteral form.

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* ShapeshifterDefaultForm: Freddy Krueger is an accomplished shapeshifter in the dream world, regularly appearing as other people, mechanical devices, and a host of other forms. While he can look however he wants, as a nightmare ghost he prefers to appear as his post-death burnt self, probably to scare his victims. His true form in the real world are is his skeletal remains, but it remains to be seen if he even ''has'' a true specteral spectral form.
12th Jul '17 4:37:16 PM ThatSpyChick
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* RubberMan: Stretching limbs are one of many Freddy's powers.

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* RubberMan: Stretching limbs are one of many Freddy's many powers.
12th Jul '17 4:35:59 PM ThatSpyChick
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* PrimalFear: The whole idea behind this series was to make a film and boogeyman who is a compendium of all the primal fears that are known to be the subject of nightmares for people in every single part of the world (drowning, falling, being chased and finding yourself unable to run away, being eaten alive, being forced to watch helplessly as a friend or loved one is victimized, etc.), and actually uses those nightmares to get to them. The only universal nightmare that seems left out is end of the world dreams. That might be because, as he's tied to the dream world itself, its ending is ''his'' primal fear.

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* PrimalFear: The whole idea behind this series was to make a film and boogeyman who is a compendium of all the primal fears that are known to be the subject of nightmares for people in every single part of the world (drowning, falling, being chased and finding yourself unable to run away, being eaten alive, being forced to watch helplessly as a friend or loved one is victimized, etc.), and actually uses those nightmares to get to them. The only universal nightmare that seems left out is end of the world dreams. That might be because, as he's Freddy's tied to the dream world itself, its ending is ''his'' primal fear.
12th Jul '17 4:23:15 PM ThatSpyChick
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** Also, believe it or not, Freddy Vs Music/DJJazzyJeffAndTheFreshPrince in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-56CNh5S7GU "Nightmare on My Street."]] The duo recorded it for the film, with Robert Englund providing dialogue (No, Freddy doesn't sing... but he does rap). It was rejected from the soundtrack, but they released it anyway, resulting in a lawsuit from New Line Cinema that forced them to destroy the master tapes of the song's music video.

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** Also, believe it or not, Freddy Vs Music/DJJazzyJeffAndTheFreshPrince in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-56CNh5S7GU "Nightmare on My Street."]] The duo recorded it for the film, with Robert Englund providing dialogue (No, (no, Freddy doesn't sing... but he does rap). It was rejected from the soundtrack, but they released it anyway, resulting in a lawsuit from New Line Cinema that forced them to destroy the master tapes of the song's music video.
12th Jul '17 4:22:23 PM ThatSpyChick
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* ColorContrast: Freddy Krueger wears a red and green striped sweater as part of his signature outfit. WordOfGod explained that this particular color combination was chosen because he read in some article that it's the one that the human eye has the most difficulty processing, thus adding to Freddy's unsettling appearance.

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* ColorContrast: Freddy Krueger wears a red and green striped sweater as part of his signature outfit. WordOfGod explained that this particular color combination was chosen because he Craven read in some an article that it's the one that the human eye has the most difficulty processing, thus adding to Freddy's unsettling appearance.
24th Jun '17 6:03:30 PM rjd1922
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* ''VideoGame/ANightmareOnElmStreetNES'' -- A platformer from Creator/LJNToys.

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* ''VideoGame/ANightmareOnElmStreetNES'' -- A platformer from developed by Creator/{{Rare}} and published by Creator/LJNToys.
9th Jun '17 3:25:17 PM nombretomado
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* ''A Nightmare on Elm Street'' (2006) -- Eight issues series released by WildStorm. Contains the stoyrlines ''Freddy's War'', ''Demon of Sleep'' and ''Double Shift''.

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* ''A Nightmare on Elm Street'' (2006) -- Eight issues series released by WildStorm.Creator/WildStorm. Contains the stoyrlines ''Freddy's War'', ''Demon of Sleep'' and ''Double Shift''.
9th Jun '17 7:10:37 AM Phobia0
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* ''Comicbook/NightmaresOnElmStreet'' (1991) -- Six issue series by Innovation Publishing. Continues the story of ''The Dream Child'' and ''Dream Child''.

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* ''Comicbook/NightmaresOnElmStreet'' (1991) -- Six issue series by Innovation Publishing. Continues the story of ''The Dream Child'' ''Dream Warriors'' and ''Dream Child''.
9th Jun '17 7:09:02 AM Phobia0
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* ''Comicbook/NightmaresOnElmStreet'' (1991) -- An interquel set between ''The Dream Child'' and ''Freddy's Dead''.

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* ''Comicbook/NightmaresOnElmStreet'' (1991) -- An interquel set between Six issue series by Innovation Publishing. Continues the story of ''The Dream Child'' and ''Freddy's Dead''.''Dream Child''.
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