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Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) Review

| Friday, April 30, 2010

The Nightmare on Elm Street remake was great, I approached the movie with low standards and all expectations were exceeded. I honestly thought the movie was going to be awful but it really wasn't. The remake went into detail about the history of Freddy Kruger, giving the movie a twist for new generation horror fans that may not have seen the original. The original Elm Street movies in my opinion were funny, there was very little funny about this movie besides a few punchlines here and there. From beginning to end my train of thought was focused on the movie and the ending created anticipation for a sequel. After the movie of course fan boys were trashing the movie because the original Freddy was not in the movie. I think Jay-Z said it best and I don't know the exact like but if you like the old me buy my old music. The movie industry is like the music industry and this remake would be a really good Def Jam album with alot of hype behind it and if you want a underground horror movie (Little Brother - The Listening) check out a flick called High Tension. The trailers for both movies are below.

Overall the Elm Street remake gets 4.5 fingers out of 5 to the face.


K' said...

Good review for someone who's a pain in the ass.

Costa said...

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