Licorice has many uses. It's a nice movie theater snack (for some of us) and it promotes healthy digestion, but it takes a certain kind of mind to think that it would make good art. Artist Jason Mecier apparently has that kind of mind, and the results—portraits of movie icons like E. T., Harry Potter, Willy Wonka and Freddy Krueger—are both impressive and amusing.
Robert Englund always dreamt (pun intended) of telling the back story of one of horror film's greatest monsters ever: Freddy Krueger—and now he's telling all about the Nightmare on Elm Street project that never was.
Movie villains are often so much larger than life that it's hard to imagine them doing something so mundane as aging. We can't really picture Darth Vader or Michael Myers getting to the point that they take on the same mannerisms as our grandparents, but thanks to photographer Federico Chiesa, we don't have to. He's done it for us.
Tonight's Warehouse 13 (airing at 9/8C) features the main characters getting sucked into a videogame. In honor of this, we thought we'd to take a look at the use of this plot device over the past three decades.
Freddy Krueger loves to kill. For more than 25 years, Krueger (a k a Robert Englund) has invaded dreams to maim, stab, choke and torture more people than we can count. For the 28th installment in our 31 Days of Halloween series we've tracked down 20 of his most horrific and iconic kills that left us too scared to sleep.
Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, and Freddy Krueger have hacked and slashed their way through dozens of bloody films, but which was the king of the killers, and which was the slacker? An awesome infograpic totes up the dead, coming up with a surprising answer.
In one of the strangest (and yet oddly affecting) music videos we've seen in a long time, The Hulk, Freddy Krueger, James Bond and He-Man, Master of the Universe—well, Lou Ferrigno, Robert Englund, Roger Moore and Dolph Lundgren—plus a host of other '80s and '90s stars team up to sing "Let It Be."