Video Creator’s Channel Chris Stuckmann
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Special I’m doing another video with this guy It’s good to be here We’re talking about everyone’s favorite child murderer Yeah He’s my favorite Yeah He’s great he’s phenomenal, but is he your favorite child murderer or your favorite murderer of children because Michael Myers might be my favorite child murderer. I think Freddy is my favorite okay Yeah. He also has more dark undertones that yeah people don’t talk about it anymore, but he’d like kids a little bit too much. It’s a possibility. There’s definitely some some serious undertones to the original and some of the subsequent sequels that is sort of become more of a just cliche slasher thing Now I never got to see this movie as a kid because my parents like they let me watch certain movies that were rated R but only if they were.
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really little like I saw Diehard and all the classic rated R movies, but only if it was onNK] so I felt like they’re really horrible edits. You know like the fake words inserted and stuffs in the nick of time Hey UK I got a first-class unit here swap teaming aw we don’t need any Monday Morning Quarterback forget Monday morning My wife saw one of those damn planes. These guys are fooling with that puts me on the playing field and if you removed your fat feet. When I told you to we wouldn’t get hit deep in snow right now Yippie Kay Yay Mr. .
. Falcon the pan and scan, Oh the pan and scans full screen. I don’t know how I ever dealt with that But I never got to see Nightmare on ELm Street because my parents always I think maybe because of it like the subtext. We just refer to.
They Were Always A Little Bit.
So I saw for the first time as an adult yeah and which I kind of loved because they were there were a handful of movies that I got to experience for the first time with like a fully developed brain and so I was able to appreciate them more I think than if I had been like 5 years old or something really I see my three older sisters made me watch this movie we watched it I feel like once a week. We even have the UK Nightmare on Elm Street game were a little bad to fly out and kill you ever since I was a kid when I think of terrifying visuals when I used to have nightmares or or walk through my house. It had a basement and this is the movie that terrified me of going into basements that boiler room that old glove sitting in the basement. This is the movie that I think is the core of everything wrong with me and I appreciate it for those those reasons well that’s great I’m glad to know that now I expect quite a bit actually it does Yeah and my weird fascination with Christmas Sweaters.
I Love This Soundtrack To This Movie-Oh
Yeah it’s amazing soundtrack Yeah. You have listened for soundtracks in horror films you have Halloween and then you have Nightmare on Elm. Elm Street to me those are the two quintessential soundtracks and perfect scores for the antagonists of the film What was it with like the 70s and 80s and musical scores for horror movies I mean Jaws and Halloween. All these movies that had like these incredible themes that we still hum today like this one or even the one where the little girls one-he’s coming from you. Three four Yeah that made me afraid of hopscotch.
I Was Already Afraid Of Hopscotch Just
because Hopscotch is terrifying and weird yeah I know I don’t think I’ve ever played Hopscotch but anyway it back to nightmare home Street West Craven directed this and beforehand. He had directed movies like Hills, Have Eyes and The Last House on the Left and I feel like he was trying to escape this exploitation label that was being given to him from. from critics because a lot of critics were offended by LAst House on the Left because again it’s disturbing subtext and I think this movie really helped him sort of get over that hump of like no I’m actually a very talented filmmaker and I can make a good movie that isn’t just about that stuff The dream like creepy visuals in this movie are insane like one of my favorite sequences is the school where you see the body and the bag gets pulled away by like something invisible Hello that visual is phenomenal. Nancy and then she walks out into the boiler room and that whole sequence is utterly terrifying. I mean they don’t make horror films like that anymore they I don’t feel like they’re capable of making them like that that that movie still holds up today still terrifies me I have this to say go.
Watch The Original Nightmare On Elm Street
in a basement at 3 O’clock in the morning and try not to be afraid it’s the only way to watch it. You can’t you can’t know you’re writing can make it through it doesn’t matter how tough you are the thing that I think is most frightening about it is the idea of you can’t fall asleep because I think for most of us sleep is sort of like this comforting thing like Oh, I’m gonna go to bed. I’m gonna get some sleep it’s gonna be nice. Then I’ll wake up and I’ll be refreshed or whatever but if you if you’re denied that very basic thing that we all require, and you’re forced to not have it then it becomes psychological. It’s not just about blood and guts and even though some people might refer to this as a slasher.
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Movie And I Guess On Paper It Is
I’ve always viewed it more from a psychological perspective because of that yeah the weird thing is was Kraven, who wrote and directed this film actually based us on real-life events that were happening in UK. There was a guy who was having nightmares and he was complaining about it and complaining about it and he had a coffee maker in his room. He was staying up for days on end, and they found him dead in his room from a nightmare and no one could explain why Wow that was the the basis. I want to thank this film now. I love When when horror films have sort of like that creepy conspiracy theory background stories where how did this get inspired? Where did this come from where there’s like an extension of real-life events where the line between fiction and reality gets blurred a little bit Yeah, You know you have like the the conjuring movies with the the Warrens Yeah loosely loosely loosely based on you.
Mean There Wasnt Like A Demon Woman
walking around the house. There was no doll that kill people and possess their souls. Though Chucky it was real oh it’s true Yeah Nice and the Leprechaun and they look specifically Leprechaun in the hood Yes I wanna and in space everything else gotta complete just rubbish. I got about space. What screamed.
Also Directed A Few Other Horror
films of the 1980s Yeah by the Way Swamp Thing that’s true and I always forget that. Don’t know I always forget it be and I think that John Carpenter directed it because it fills it feels like a movie he made, but also like the one woman from Escape from New York is in it and I always mix it up in my head Yeah well. The other movie that lost Kraven also directed and mean you almost were going to do a review for them that movie instead of this one but it’s a little movie called shocker from 1989. I believe to me in many ways. Shocker Sir like the Br8 version of Nightmare on Elm Street Freddy Hunter dreams pink or whatever his name halts cable-tv yes shockers incredible by the way it’s terrible yeah, but also enjoyable it’s so it’s garbage it’s very self-aware like it knows exactly what it’s doing and it’s fine doing that and I love it for that.
Why I Remember That Movie For
about three years every Friday we go to Blockbuster and I remember walking down the aisles and every time I walked in the aisles. The cover of that guide is orange jumpsuit in the electric chair always caught my eye and I always skimmed over and one day. I finally I think maybe like ten years old like I’m renting this day home watched it and it got damaged yeah and I was like yeah that was that was pretty bad even doesn’t kiddos pretty bad. Peter Berg you’re gonna go on to direct movies like model 22 good luck, but that’s right. He isn’t that Peter Berg is the star of Shocker that’s right he is in that bleep move and then the final battle scene in Shocker spoilers they came out 29 years ago.
You Have The Antagonists And Protagonists Chasing
each. other through different channels Yeah and it’s so comical Yeah! It gets very common you’re right. It is kind of an extension of the nightmare and I’m straight a little. It’s kind of like the beer a leftovers mm-hmm. How can we kind of take this same concept and make more money.
Its Sort Of The Cash Graft Your
totally right Yeah, but that’s that’s art hey guess we didn’t have to review The movie Shocker now welcome to review of Shocker and Nightmare on Elm Street. A review within a review it’s Weird because when I was a kid. I heard so much about how you’re supposed to be afraid of Freddy Krueger, but it was really more of the atmosphere they built around him in the film that scared me not so much like seeing Freddy it was more of like what he had the ability to do. Like Ridley Scott’s alien there was something kind of violating about it Yeah We’re like it sort of touched on this primal thing. We’re like this guy can get you where you feel most safe like that’s.
One Of The Things I Love
about alien and how alien is so effective to me is because it wasn’t just a monster movie. There was something kind of deeply violating about that film like this thing’s on your mouth laying an egg inside of you and then it bursts out of you yes. We’re in this film. It’s like where you feel most protected at home in your bed sleeping in your dreams.
This Guy Has The Ability To Get In
there and and and throughout the film he you know starts to find ways to get out. He’s a great tormentor. I mean you you compare him to the other slasher. villains of the 1980-70s and he really savers the flavor before he kills his victims.
The One Scene Where Hes Walking Down The
alleyway early on in the movie and his arm starts stretching out to each side of the alleyway that’s terrifying it and it’s simple, but it’s still so effective visually or like coming through the wall yeah that whole build-up to all those scenes and once again. He has one of the greatest I don’t want to use the term sanctuary, but like layers like the boiler room like just the way he is claws go across the the pipes and the sparks flicker and let’s talk about his prosthetics. The visual look of Freddy Krueger, who’s played by Robert Englund, who completely nailed.
Michael Myers might be my favorite child murderer . I think Freddy is my favorite okay Yeah. He also has more dark undertones that yeah people don’t talk about it anymore, but he’d like kids a little bit too much.& There’s definitely some some serious undertones to the original and some of the subsequent sequels that is sort of become more of a just cliche slasher thing now I never got to see this movie as a kid because my parents always let me watch certain movies that were rated R but only if they were.& edited for content onNK] like when I was really little like I saw Diehard and all the classic rated R movies, but only . I saw for the first time as an adult yeah and which I kind of loved because they were there were a handful of movies that I got to experience for the . first time with like a fully developed brain and so I was able to appreciate them more I think than if I had been like 5 years old ….. Click here to read more and watch the full video