All horror movies fans are familiar with being asked why they love a form of entertainment filled with blood, guts
From the mind of filmmaker Wes Craven, the original film told the tale of a janitor who was killed by local parents, only for his spirit to infect the mind of their children and kill them in their sleep. In a time where slashers reigned supreme at the box office, Nightmare on Elm Street involved more fantastical elements, as well as featured a career-making performance from Robert Englund as the sadistic Freddy Krueger.
The original film went on to inspire seven sequels, a remake, a TV series, video games, novels and comic books.
In order to finish the film and get it into as many hands as possible, an IndieGoGo page was launched that offers a variety of rewards.
Per the film's IndieGoGo page:
"As A Nightmare on Elm Street continues to thrive many years after its 1984 release, fans of all ages, both nationally and internationally, are invited to share their stories. With the central theme of how being a fan can change your life, FredHeads will feature enthusiasts of all types: passionate fanatics, lifelong aficionados, cosplayers, creators, artists, filmmakers, kids, and more. The documentary will also feature insight from the stars and creatives involved in the original film series, exploring the enduring legacy, the cultural impact, and the passion of the Elm Street fan community."
The filmmaker, Paige Troxell, went on to explain how the franchise has impacted her life and what inspired her to create the film.
"In my darkest
The film is slated to be
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