The A Nightmare on Elm Street panel was clearly one of the most highly-anticipated panels on Friday evening at Rhode Island Comic Con. Fans lined up early for a chance to get up close and personal with Robert Englund and Lisa Wilcox at the massive “Ballroom A” auditorium. For about an hour, the two performers reminisced about their memories of making A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master and A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, and they discussed the highlights of their respective careers beyond the Nightmare franchise. Horror News Network was present at the event to deliver you all of the juicy tidbits and front row photos from this exciting panel!
LeeAnna Vamp (SyFy’s Cosplay Melee) describes herself in her new series Ghosted with LeeAnna Vamp as “an actress, cosplayer, and model” and after interviewing her, it is also clear that she is a huge fan of horror, science fiction, and comics. In this exclusive interview from New York Comic Con 2017, Vamp spoke to Horror News Network about her origins as a cosplayer, her favorite horror films and costumes, her love for Disney, and her new adventures as a travel host/paranormal investigator. read more
For those that have seen the blockbuster IT (and is there anyone who hasn’t yet?), it can be confirmed that the terror factor is off the charts. However, with the retro 80s backdrop how cool would it have been to see horror movie icon Freddy Krueger pop in on the action? That fantasy scenario for horror movie aficionados was apparently a lot closer to coming true than anyone knew. IT director Andy Muschietti was recently interviewed by Aint-It-Cool-News, and revealed that Freddy terrorizing Derry was definitely an idea being bounced around in pre-production. read more
It looks like Robert Englund is not quite done haunting our dreams. Entertainment Weekly reports that Mr. Englund will don the burnt-flesh makeup once again to portray the iconic Freddy Krueger horror role. Englund had portrayed the nightmare slasher in the original classic film A Nightmare on Elm Street as well as the seven sequels that are part of the original franchise’s timeline. He also portrayed the character for the “Freddy’s Nightmares” television show, which ran for three seasons in the late 1980s. Despite hinting over the years that his time as Freddy was done, the actor will be the focus of a new documentary entitled Nightmares in the Makeup Chair, directed by Mike Kerz. read more
Welcome to the latest edition of Horror Hunting!, taking a fantastic flight through the world of horror collectables (and being careful to not fly over Ukrainian airspace). For this edition we whirl back to the fabulous ’80s for cards you may have overlooked at the time. After that we’ll travel back to the present, and check out a cable series garnering a lot of well-deserved buzz as it gets the limited print treatment. Without further adieu…..
“We have such sights to show you!” – Pinhead read more