New Nightmare On Elm Street Trailer

  • NyRuinz

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    Sep 28, 2009 7:08 PM GMT
    Micheal Bay, loves his remakes...
    A Nightmare on Elm Street in HD
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    Sep 28, 2009 7:22 PM GMT
    Thank God you meant a movie trailer.....I thought you meant this kind:


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    Sep 28, 2009 8:16 PM GMT
    With all of the great filmmakers out there bustin their asses off to show new and innovative films, why on earth do they settle for remakes?

    Seriously, we are witnessing the death of TV and the movie industry. They're playing the "if it worked before it will work again" game. We go nowhere with that. No new subjects, no progress.

    I predict that in five years most people will not be watching TV or movies as they do now unless there is a change. It's come to that point.
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    Sep 28, 2009 8:23 PM GMT
    Didn't Freddie die when he fought Michael Meyers or Jason?
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    Sep 28, 2009 8:44 PM GMT
    Can we just have the Freddy/Jason/Meyers(Harriet)/Pinhead/Godzilla/Bowser/T-1000/Sauron gang-bang/fight already?
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    Sep 28, 2009 8:54 PM GMT
    I love the first one. It was campy, classic fun. I loved that Nancy's Mom became a drunk to deal with the whole Freddy thing. Nancy's gray hair and drinking coffee by the pot was excellent.

    Plus, they aren't going to recreate the magical death scene of Johnny Depp because nobody has a water bed today. And he won't be listening to an old stereo with headphones like the 80s.

    Nah, it won't be the same.

    P.S. Wrestler, I agree. There are some really good independent films that are not getting distributed because studios are lazy. They would rather go with the fan base, get a buck, and move on. I love the Descent, it was original, and well-done. Not to mention that being underground is some scary shit.
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    Sep 29, 2009 4:08 AM GMT
    Balljunkie saidI love the first one. It was campy, classic fun. I loved that Nancy's Mom became a drunk to deal with the whole Freddy thing. Nancy's gray hair and drinking coffee by the pot was excellent.

    Plus, they aren't going to recreate the magical death scene of Johnny Depp because nobody has a water bed today. And he won't be listening to an old stereo with headphones like the 80s.

    Nah, it won't be the same.

    P.S. Wrestler, I agree. There are some really good independent films that are not getting distributed because studios are lazy. They would rather go with the fan base, get a buck, and move on. I love the Descent, it was original, and well-done. Not to mention that being underground is some scary shit.



    Ummm, I understand opinions & all - but...dude...the first NIGHTMARE wasn't done in a "campy" fashion/manner.

    & yes, many of todays films are remakes/reimaginings/sequels cuz thats what is "hip" to the hollywood execs & is what makes the money. Hence, why we have 4,000 DUMBASS SAW FLICKS!

    F*ck Saw! LOL

    Yup plenty of indepenent movies get screwed cuz the exec's don't know how to "promote" it. so many films go str8 to DVD or sit on shelf collecting dust ("cough cough" ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE , & TRICK R' TREAT "cough cough")
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    Sep 29, 2009 4:49 AM GMT
    It was not scary. I will give you props and agree with you that the special effects rocked and can't be touched. But the movie was campy to a certain degree. It is a classic horror movie and should not be remade.

    I have never heard of Trick R' Treat, and will look that up.
  • lostlogic

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    Sep 29, 2009 4:53 AM GMT
    It looks like it'll be a decent remake, which can't be said for a lot of the remade horror classics.

    Apparently they're going to have elements from the whole series. It would be kind of kick ass if they have a gay guy like the one haunted in Nightmare on Elm Street 2.
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    Sep 29, 2009 5:42 AM GMT
    wrestlervic saidWith all of the great filmmakers out there bustin their asses off to show new and innovative films, why on earth do they settle for remakes?

    Seriously, we are witnessing the death of TV and the movie industry. They're playing the "if it worked before it will work again" game. We go nowhere with that. No new subjects, no progress.

    I predict that in five years most people will not be watching TV or movies as they do now unless there is a change. It's come to that point.


    Yeah they recently remade Children of the Corn. It wasn't a good from what i watched. :-/

  • NyRuinz

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    Sep 29, 2009 6:19 AM GMT
    Well the "Children Of The Corn" remake was made for t.v, so it wouldn't surprise me that it would suck.
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    Sep 29, 2009 7:26 AM GMT
    looks good,its like freddy for the new generation, just wish meagan fox was in this too.
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    Sep 29, 2009 7:47 AM GMT
    alltherage saidlooks good,its like freddy for the new generation, just wish meagan fox was in this too.


    I honestly think Megan Fox, will be the next Lindsay Lohan icon_sad.gif
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    Sep 29, 2009 9:12 AM GMT
    The original is a classic. The trailer looks okay, but we all know it's going to fall somewhere between suck and mediocre. Hollywood is creatively bankrupt these days.
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    Sep 29, 2009 9:43 AM GMT
    Hollywood will continue to suck itself off until all the creative juices are gone. You know it's bad when uncreative hacks like Eli Roth are touted as genius film makers, but I digress. Michael Bay is the producer, not the director. Marcus Nispel is the director, and since most of his movies have tanked, I'll assume the same will happen with this one - remake or not.

    Yes, we are witnessing the death of Hollywood. Box office ticket sales haven't done well in years, and TV viewership isn't doing great, either. Both are being floated by a few successes, but it can't last for long.

    Perhaps we'll all start reading books again?
  • NickoftheNort...

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    Sep 29, 2009 9:52 AM GMT
    It looks so exceedingly slick compared to the first one, too clear and focused. I know that clear pictures are pretty, but they reduce the fright focus we're supposed to have in a horror movie. This remake just seems violent without being horror-inducing.

    Presenting Krueger's origin story does the film no favors, at least for me. When I get to see how Krueger was hunted down and killed, his supernatural transformation begs questions. When all we had were the legends of his birth (a nun raped by violent convicts), death (killed by vengeful parents following the death of several children), and "rebirth" (killing children in their sleep), there were no questions that needed asking.
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    Sep 29, 2009 11:41 AM GMT
    I heard they are supposed to come out with a remake of Poltergeist also in 2010. I hope it doesnt suck....I cant imagine it being good without the little blonde girl though...
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    Sep 29, 2009 12:11 PM GMT
    Tapper saidHollywood will continue to suck itself off until all the creative juices are gone. You know it's bad when uncreative hacks like Eli Roth are touted as genius film makers, but I digress. Michael Bay is the producer, not the director. Marcus Nispel is the director, and since most of his movies have tanked, I'll assume the same will happen with this one - remake or not.

    Yes, we are witnessing the death of Hollywood. Box office ticket sales haven't done well in years, and TV viewership isn't doing great, either. Both are being floated by a few successes, but it can't last for long.

    Perhaps we'll all start reading books again?


    Does not surprise me since casting directors are mainly casting based on looks rather than actual talent. I loved the Original Nightmare On Elm Street, and I really hope they don't ruin it, I must admit I did like the first Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake though
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    Sep 29, 2009 12:16 PM GMT
    Hillie saidDidn't Freddie die when he fought Michael Meyers or Jason?
    Dude they all died...over and over...and yes but this is the remake of the story, with the interlude. In fact 2 of the scenes look like they were from the originals.

    It looks great...but man do they dick tease us or what?? Coming out at the end of April!!! icon_evil.gif
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    Jun 22, 2010 2:23 AM GMT
    The soundtrack sounds good on a Bose.
    The SFX were eye catching.
    The costumes were...so so.
    And the eye candy always gets killed. That part really sucks.