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 Posted:   Sep 15, 2019 - 7:40 AM   
 By:   Chris.McEneany   (Member)

With the aid of mask, music, mirth, finger-knives, a battered hat and a luxurious tartan(not red and green, though), Kilt-Man dissects, dismembers and discusses the creation of a true horror movie milestone and the genesis of one of the genre's most iconic of terror-titans!

All accompanied by Charles Bernstein's spine-tingling score!

Sweet dreams, folks!

https://youtu.be/-34h8-MSLgo

Cheers

Chris Kilt-Man

 
 
 Posted:   Sep 15, 2019 - 9:41 AM   
 By:   leagolfer   (Member)

Yes, Freddie was a great-horror character he was crafty as hell - hard too figure-out when i 1st see Kruger terrorize these kids vulnerability's - dreaming is supposed to be a peaceful relaxant, R.I.P.. My favourite scene is Tina the alley-chase - Freddie's creepy-long-arms that is the archive moment beyond all else.. Bernstein's palette was incredibly loaded with heart & fire & stingers I love it all it works perfectly at its pace, also like the interview on Deadly-Friend where Craven & Bernstein are dissecting NOEM cool stuff.

 
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