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Other Horror movies?5/30/09
 
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the story of freddy.6/13/07
 

Freddy Krueger?s origin has slowly evolved over the course of the film series. Each subsequent film revealed new information that intertwined with the backstory established in the original film A Nightmare on Elm Street.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors and A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child provided the origin of Krueger?s birth; which began with a tragic incident involving his mother in the early 1940s. During a Christmas holiday, a young nun named Sister Mary Helena (a.k.a Amanda Krueger) was accidentally trapped inside ?the Tower?, a wing containing the worst of the criminally insane at Westin Hills psychiatric hospital. Amanda was raped and tortured numerous times by the one hundred patients confined there. She was found days later, close to death and now pregnant. Frederick Charles Krueger was born months later after a breech birth and was given up for adoption.

The sequel Freddy?s Dead: The Final Nightmare showed that Krueger was placed with an abusive alcoholic named Mr. Underwood (portrayed by Alice Cooper) who abused him physically and emotionally. As a child, Freddy exhibited sociopathic behavior, which included killing small animals. Socially, he was often ridiculed by his peers. In his late teens, Freddy practiced self-mutilation; learning the "secret of pain", he murdered Underwood.


Later in adulthood, Krueger would go on to marry Loretta, with whom he would have his daughter Kathryn Krueger. The Krueger family resided in Freddy's childhood home at 1428 Elm Street. Kathryn was shown to still be a child when children from the neighborhood went missing and were later found dead. Soon after, Loretta learned that in the basement of the house, Freddy had a secret room where he would keep devices of torture, newspaper clippings of his crimes, and different versions of his clawed glove. Promising that "she won't tell" she was strangled by Freddy in front of Kathryn, "for snooping in daddy's special work". Krueger worked at the local power plant, and it was there where he had taken and murdered twenty missing neighborhood children; killing them in the plant's boiler room. The police were unable to solve the cases and newspapers dubbed the mysterious killer the "Springwood Slasher".


In 1966, Freddy was arrested for the murders of the missing children. Young Kathryn was put into foster care and was later adopted. Due to the search warrant not being signed correctly, all evidence was considered inadmissible, and Krueger was released in 1968. Amanda Krueger, who had followed Freddy?s trial, heard of his release and hanged herself in the tower where she was raped. The neighborhood parents of the children Freddy had murdered found him in his boiler room later that night and threw Molotov cocktails in the building, trapping Freddy within. Just moments before his death, Freddy was approached by three dream demons. These demons search the mortal world for the most evil soul and, in turn, give that person the power to turn dreams into reality. Freddy accepted their offer to "be forever" as the flames consumed him. Afterward, Freddy's remains were taken to Penny Brothers Auto Salvage and locked in the trunk of an old red Cadillac. Presumably to help erase Krueger's existence, the Thompson family moved into the house on 1428 Elm Street. Adopted by the Burroughs family, young Kathryn was taken away from Springwood and her records were sealed.

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HORROR MOVIES POLL.6/12/07
 
whats ur favorite horror movie leave comment below,

A Nightmare on Elm Street
Alien
Aliens
The Amityville Horror
An American Werewolf in London
Arachnophobia
Army of Darkness
The Birds
Black Christmas
Black Sunday
The Blair Witch Project
The Blob (1988)
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Bride of Frankenstein
Candyman
Carrie
Children of the Corn
Child's Play
Christine
City of the Walking Dead
Creepshow
Dawn of the Dead
Day of the Dead
Deep Blue Sea
Demons
Dracula (1931)
Dracula (Hammer)
Eraserhead
Event Horizon
Evil Dead
Evil Dead II
The Exorcist III
The Exorcist
The Fly (1986)
The Fog
Frankenstein (1931)
Friday the 13th
From Dusk till Dawn
Halloween
The Haunting (1963)
Hellraiser
The Hills Have Eyes
The Hitcher
House
House of Wax
House on Haunted Hill
Inferno
Interview with the Vampire
Jaws,
Last House on the Left
The Legend of Hell House
Manhunter
Mimic
The Mummy (1932)
The Mummy (1999)
Nightbreed
Night of the Living Dead
Nosferatu
The Omen
Pet Sematary
Phantasm
Phenomena
Poltergeist
Psycho
Pumpkinhead
Return of the Living Dead 3
the Ring,
Rosemary's Baby
Saw 1,2,3,4
Shawn of The Dead
Salem's Lot
Scanners
Scream
The Shining
Silence of the Lambs
The Sixth Sense
Stephen King's IT
Stir of Echoes
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Them!
The Thing
Tremors
Urban Legend
Vampires
Village of the Damned (1960)
Warlock
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Wishmaster 1 2 3 4
When a Stranger Calls
The Wicker Man
The Wolf Man
Zombie
Return of the Living Dead
Silent hill
The People Under The Stairs
30 Days Of Night
resident evil trilogy
Trick or Treat
Shocker
severance
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