A Nightmare on Elm Street

The potentially great Nightmare on Elm Street reboot that could’ve been
Mar 9, 2016

Back before the fairly awful 2010 reboot of Nightmare on Elm Street hit the big screen, Platinum Dunes and New Line Cinema were considering a very different spin on the franchise — which actually sounds pretty great.

Early Nightmare on Elm Street designs reveal Freddy’s original look
Nov 2, 2015

It’s one of the most iconic looks in the history of horror, and some new behind-the-scenes pics from the first Nightmare on Elm Street reveal the evolution of Freddy Krueger.

31 Days of Halloween: Freddy, Jason, The Walking Dead and more at Halloween Horror Nights Orlando 25
Oct 13, 2015

From An American Werewolf in London to The Walking Dead to Freddy vs. Jason, we break down the scariest scares of HHN's 25th year in the haunt business

Freddy Krueger returns to haunt your dreams in new A Nightmare on Elm Street re-reboot
Aug 6, 2015

The fedora-wearing spectral maniac takes a stab at returning to the big screen.

Celebrate Freddy's 30th anniversary with these 19 Nightmare On Elm Street posters
Nov 7, 2014

Wake up and observe this global gallery of fright-tastic Freddy one-sheets.

Original Freddy reveals how close Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash came to happening
Sep 16, 2013

There was a time when Freddy vs. Jason nearly got an Evil-Dead-shaped sequel. But how close did they get?

Nightmare on Elm Street + 14 more surreal sci-fi dream sequences
Dec 17, 2012

Sleep's important, as NBC Universal's Healthy Week is here to remind us—but some think it's really our dreams that keep us sane. And we've all been wondering what dreams mean for as long as we've been sleeping.

12 most annoyingly useless horror movie authority figures
Dec 17, 2012

Most horror films consist of three character types—the villain, hero and the useless authority figure. Whether it's a cop, teacher or parent, their sole purpose is to do more harm than good. Some of them actively thwart the protagonists, while others are genuinely inept. Either way, they're typically embarrassments to their title or profession.