Horror is just in his blood.
Robert Englund may not wear Freddy Krueger’s infamous glove anymore, but the horror luminary is still keeping his fans glued to the screen.
Englund will co-star in the new horror-thriller Natty Knocks, that will be shopped at next month’s American Film Market, according to a report on Deadline.
The feature–directed by Dwight Little (Halloween 4) from a screenplay by Benjamin Olson–follows a small town babysitter (Charlotte Fountain-Jardim) who, on Halloween Eve, has to survive serial killer Abner Honeywell, “the traumatized son of the B-movie horror legend known as Natty Knocks,” according to the synopsis.
The film–produced by Sandy Little, Jason James Richter and Amit Sarin–also stars Richter, Danielle Harris and Bill Moseley.
Little said that, ever since working with Englund on Phantom of the Opera, he has “been looking for a way for us to find a project to do together. Natty Knocks is exactly the small-town horror film I was hoping to find to jump back into this genre.”
Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on Natty Knocks.