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We started this podcast with the Wes Craven film The People Under the Stairs, and so we tackled one of our favorite Freddy Krueger films, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors.
This iconic entry in the franchise set the stage for a series of successful sequels and is responsible for cementing Freddy Krueger into the pop culture forever. It may not have aged particularly well, but we had a hard time giving too many harsh words to this favorite from our childhoods. Do you remember it well? Give this a listen and let us know YOUR thoughts and memories from this movie.
And a special thanks to all the listeners who have stuck with us through the years. Here’s to another 150!
What would be more spectacular than pitting two horror icons together in a battle to the death? We’re wild about Freddy vs. Jason!
This week, we dip back into the Wes Craven collection for what is arguably the very best film in the series – the super-meta mindbender that is Wes Craven’s New Nightmare.
Deadly Friend is the third Wes Craven film we’ve reviewed this year in the wake of his death.
For our inaugural episode, in honor of horror icon Wes Craven’s recent passing, we take a look at 1991’s The People Under The Stairs.