Was the 2010 remake an attempt to redefine modern horror remakes, was it an attempt to cash in on name recognition and nostalgia, or was it just an attempt to make a good-enough horror movie?
We once again take a look at Freddy vs. Jason, this time from the perspective of the movie as part of the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise!
Wes Craven returned to the series he created with the seventh film in the Nightmare on Elm Street series, but would bringing Freddy into the real world be the right direction to go?
The Dream child might not be the best entry in the Nightmare on Elm Street series, but there anything worthwhile in it at all?
The Dream Master is a fun Nightmare on Elm Street movie that has some nice ideas and images, but did troubles behind the scenes prevent it from being something great?
Flower of Flesh and Blood is a Japanese splatter movie from 1985, and it has become infamous not just for its gory content, but also for its near-legendary status around the world.
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors was a turning point for the franchise that bridged the gap between the horror of the first film and the relative levity of the later later films. But is it any good?
Freddy’s Revenge has become known more for its not-so-subtle subtext than for its qualifications as a valid entry in the Nightmare on Elm Street series, but is it any good for either of those reasons?
The Turning is a movie that really made me think about what I do and don’t like about haunted house movies. Find out why in my review of this latest film adaptation of The Turn of the Screw!
Underwater is a shining and worthwhile example of a sub-genre of monster movies that hasn’t seen mainstream popularity for more than two decades. Why does it work so well? Find out in the latest episode of The Last Theater!