The idea of taking Gaston Leroux’s gothic horror novel and turning it into an ’80s slasher starring Robert Englund (aka as Freddy Krueger in the
“The Mangler” is one of those movies that I know is ludicrous and poorly made, but I just can’t resist it once in a while.
Although it was a theatrical release, “Wishmaster” would probably have worked better as a direct-to-video release. The 1990s were a boon for low-budget horror movies,
Ostensibly about the progression of “A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge” from a dead-on-arrival dud to its post-mortem reinterpretation as a bold confrontation
The “Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise holds a special place in my heart after a childhood spent watching each entry countless times each, so this
Released at the height of the slasher renaissance following the runaway success of 1996’s “Scream,” “Urban Legend” doesn’t get any points for logic or consistency,