Believe it or not, Freddy has been giving us nightmares for 30 years now. To commemorate the anniversary, NECA has set out to create the definitive Freddy action figure.
The lovely female version of the burnt up Hell demon looks ready to invade dreams rather than nightmares, decked out in Daisy Dukes and a much more revealing Christmas sweater than the one Freddy ever wore.
If you're a resident of the Los Angeles area and a horror fan, then no doubt you're familiar with the Hyaena Gallery located at 1928 Olive Ave over in beautiful Burbank, California. Right now, for the entire month of March, they're paying tribute to one of the horror director greats. Wes Craven.
Texas artist Chris DeSmith just might beat Freddy Krueger at his own game with these creepy gothic gauntlets, which come armed with evil dragon-like talons.
French artist Patrick Massobrio is doing his own part to keep the VHS format alive and kicking.
Certainly the most unique Freddy and Jason collectibles we've seen over the years, to say the least!
The footage offers unprecedented access to the set of my personal favorite Elm Street sequel, with a large focus on all of the incredible practical effects on display in it.
It's kind of interesting that An American Werewolf in London was Starr's introduction to the genre, because his art very much reflects that blend of humor and horror that's on display in the film.
Jamie Scanlon uses his paintbrush to turn decaying buildings and discarded objects into beautiful works of art.
Using centuries-old glass techniques, this skilled artisan brings a timeless presentation to modern horror icons. Take a closer look!