It was terrifying. To this day I sometimes think about it-especially when I am in a bathtub and I hear what sounds like Freddy's fingers scraping against the pipes below.
I never made it to the bff spot, but I did manage to scare myself so much that even in my 30's I still remember that classic movie.
Another classic horror film is Halloween. Originating in 1978, it became the highest ranking independent film of its time. Like Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween's ability to get under the viewers skin proved to be its secret to success.
On August 31 Halloween the movie opens in theaters everywhere. The twist? It is written and directed by none other than Rob Zombie.
It is said that having Rob Zombie write and direct this film will make it wildly new and exciting. His "throw-back style" and attention to detail will easily make this the most horrifying Halloween yet. Personally, I think that being so fresh out of the "amateur filmmaker" status means that his newer, fresher perspective and willingness to push the limits will certainly bring more to this film than you can imagine.