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Krueger: The Legend of Elm Street

USA 2016
produced by
Andrea-Nichole Olivas, Roberto Lombardi, Chris R. Notarile (executive) for Blinky Productions
directed by Chris R. Notarile
starring Roberto Lombardi, Jessica Buda, Shannon McDermott, Christian Chase, Ciprian Cosma, Ryan Curry, Cintia Castelo, Joseph Baratta, Jacob Flowers
screenplay by Chris R. Notarile, Freddy Krueger created by Wes Craven, music by Charles Bernstein, Steve Jablonsky, special makeup effects by Chris R. Notarile

short
Krueger: Tales from Elm Street, Freddy Krueger, Freddy Krueger (Roberto Lombardi)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Freddy Krueger (Roberto Lombardi) is released from police custody as there's no actual proof that he's indeed the serial killer known as the Springwood Slasher - at least not in the context of this movie. However, the parents of the children murdered by the slasher have long made up their mind that he's guilty, so that very same night they attack his hide-out armed with Molotov-cocktails and pretty much burn him alive ... but Freddy receives a "second chance" in afterlife - and the clawed glove that would make him famous ...

15 years later: Mary (Jessica Buda), whose son Mikey (Jacob Flowers) had been killed by the Springwood Slasher and who had been part of the lynching party, still hasn't come over her loss, so her psychoanalyst (Shannon McDermott) proposes hypnotherapy - not a good idea, since while she's under she relives the loss of her child once more - and she meets Freddy, who might not be alive anymore, but now he's master over the realm of dreams ...

 

Fifth in Chris R. Notarile's fan film series Krueger: Tales from Elm Street movies, this one can be seen as a direct prequel to the original A Nightmare on Elm Street, as it more or less directly sets up the events of that movie, and also shows a more serious side of Freddy Krueger, before he has become a bundle of oneliners, as witnessed in the later entries into the A Nightmare on Elm Street series. But while it's certainly preferable for one to have previous knowledge of Freddy Krueger, Krueger: The Legend of Elm Street also works well as a standalone supernatural thriller miniature, it's creepy and suspenseful in all the right places, goes for atmosphere rather than spectacle to freak one out, is based on a strong script and solid performances.

Definitely something not only fans of the A Nightmare on Elm Street series will find easy to enjoy!

 

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There's No Such Thing as Zombies
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