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Freddy's mother, Amanda Krueger Nan Martin , was a nurse at the asylum featured in the film. At the time she worked there, a largely abandoned, run-down wing of the asylum was used to lock up entire hordes of the most insane criminals all at once.
When Amanda was young, she was accidentally locked into the room with the criminals over a holiday weekend.
They managed to keep her hidden for days, raping her repeatedly. When she was finally discovered, she was barely alive and pregnant, with the result that Krueger was regarded as "the son of a hundred homicidal maniacs" due to it being impossible to determine which of the rapists was his biological father.
However, in A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child , it is implied that Freddy had identified which one of them was his birth father also portrayed by Englund in a dream sequence , and hates his mother for rejecting him.
Underwood Alice Cooper who abused him throughout his childhood until Freddy finally murdered him as a teenager. Freddy tortures animals and engages in self-mutilation , and becomes a serial killer by murdering the children of people who had bullied him when he was a child.
Prior to his murder, he is married to a woman named Loretta Lindsey Fields , whom he eventually murders. He also has a daughter, Katherine Lisa Zane , who seeks to end her father's horrific legacy once and for all, killing him at the end of the movie.
New Nightmare coincides with the approaching anniversary of the release of the first film. Robert Englund, who portrayed Krueger throughout the film series and its television spin-off, also took the role as a fictional version of himself in New Nightmare ; it is implied that Englund was stalked by his character, who is an ancient demonic entity that took on the form of Wes Craven's creation, and has come to life from the film franchise's fictitious world.
Having been in various manifestations throughout the ages due to the entity can be captured through storytelling, it is hinted that it was once in the form of the old witch from Brothers Grimm 's fairy tale Hansel and Gretel when it was held prisoner in this allegory.
Englund describes to his former co-star and friend Heather Langenkamp that this embodiment of Freddy is darker and more evil than as portrayed by him in the films; he struggles to keep his sanity intact from Krueger's torments and goes into hiding with his family.
Krueger aims to stop another film of the franchise from being made, eliminating the films' crew members including Langenkamp's husband Chase Porter David Newsom after stealing a prototype bladed glove from him, and causes nightmares and makes threatening phone calls to producer Robert Shaye.
The entity also haunts Wes Craven's dreams, to the point that he sees future events related to Krueger's actions and then writes them down as a movie script.
Krueger sees Langenkamp as his primary foe because her character Nancy Thompson was the first to defeat him. Krueger's attempts to cross over to reality cause a series of earthquakes throughout Los Angeles County , including the Northridge earthquake.
Langenkamp, with help from her son Dylan Miko Hughes , succeeds in defeating the entity and apparently destroys him; however, Krueger's creator reveals that it is again imprisoned in the fictitious world, indicated by the character's later appearances in films and other medias.
In , Freddy battled fellow horror icon Jason Voorhees Ken Kirzinger from the Friday the 13th film series in the theatrical release Freddy vs.
Jason , a film which officially resurrected both characters from their respective deaths and subsequently sent them to Hell.
As the film begins, Krueger is frustrated at his current inability to kill as knowledge of him has been hidden on Elm Street, prompting him to manipulate Jason into killing in his place in the hope that the resulting fear will remind others of him so that he can resume his own murder spree.
However, Freddy's plan proves too effective when Jason starts killing people before Freddy can do it, culminating in a group of teens learning the truth and drawing Freddy and Jason to Crystal Lake in the hope that they can draw Freddy into the real world so that Jason will kill him and remain "home".
The ending of the film is left ambiguous as to whether or not Freddy is actually dead; despite being decapitated, when Jason emerges from Crystal Lake carrying his head the head looks back and winks at the viewers.
A sequel featuring Ash Williams Bruce Campbell from the Evil Dead franchise was planned, but never materialised onscreen.
It was later turned into Dynamite Entertainment's comic book series Freddy vs. Jason vs. In the remake of the original film , Freddy's backstory is that he was a groundskeeper at Badham Preschool who tortured and sexually abused the teenage protagonists of the film when they were children.
When their parents found out, they trapped him in a boiler room at an industrial park and set it on fire with a Molotov cocktail made out of a gasoline canister, killing him.
Krueger's power comes from his prey's memories and emotions upon remembering the abuse they suffered at his hands. His bladed glove is made out of discarded pieces of his gardening tools.
Nancy destroys him at the end of the film by pulling his spirit into the physical world and cutting his throat; the final scene reveals that Freddy's spirit has survived, however.
Robert Englund continued his role as Krueger on October 9, , in the television anthology series, Freddy's Nightmares.
The show was hosted by Freddy, who did not take direct part in most of the episodes, but he did show up occasionally to influence the plot of particular episodes.
Further, a consistent theme in each episode was characters having disturbing dreams. The series ran for 44 episodes over two seasons, ending on March 10, Nice Guy", depicts the events of his trial, and his subsequent death at the hands of the parents of Elm Street after his acquittal.
In "No More, Mr. Nice Guy", though Freddy's case seems open and shut, a mistrial is declared based on the arresting officer, Lt. Tim Blocker Ian Patrick Williams , not reading Krueger his Miranda rights , which is different from the original Nightmare that stated he was released because someone forgot to sign the search warrant in the right place.
The episode also reveals that Krueger used an ice cream van to lure children close enough so that he could kidnap and kill them. After the town's parents burn Freddy to death he returns to haunt Blocker in his dreams.
Freddy gets his revenge when Blocker is put under anesthesia at the dentist's office, and Freddy shows up and kills him.
He gets his revenge with his desire being fulfilled in the process. Wes Craven said his inspiration for the basis of Freddy Krueger's power stemmed from several stories in the Los Angeles Times about a series of mysterious deaths: All the victims had reported recurring nightmares and died in their sleep.
The decision was made to instead make him a child murderer in order to avoid being accused of exploiting the spate of highly publicized child molestation cases in California around the time A Nightmare on Elm Street went into production.
In an interview, he said of the disfigured stranger, "When I looked down there was a man very much like Freddy walking along the sidewalk.
He must have sensed that someone was looking at him and stopped and looked right into my face. He scared the living daylights out of me, so I jumped back into the shadows.
I waited and waited to hear him walk away. Finally I thought he must have gone, so I stepped back to the window.
The guy was not only still looking at me but he thrust his head forward as if to say, 'Yes, I'm still looking at you. I ran through the apartment to our front door as he was walking into our building on the lower floor.
I heard him starting up the stairs. My brother, who is ten years older than me, got a baseball bat and went out to the corridor but he was gone.
In Wes Craven's New Nightmare , Freddy is characterized as a symbol of something powerful and ancient, and is given more stature and muscles.
Throughout the series, Freddy's potential victims often experience dreams of young children, jumping rope and chanting a rhyme to the tune of " One, Two, Buckle My Shoe " with the lyrics changed to "One, Two, Freddy's coming for you", often as an omen to Freddy's presence or a precursor to his attacks.
In the film, Krueger is depicted as a sadistic pedophile who worked as a gardener at a local preschool. Unlike in the original version of events, where he was a known child-killer who evaded conviction on a technicality, in this version of events there was actually ambiguity about Krueger's guilt or innocence apart from the testimony of his victims, until the now-grown survivors find the room where Krueger molested them while searching for evidence.
Freddy's characteristic of keeping his gloved arm lower than the other was incidental due to the knives being heavy to wear for Englund and forcing him to carry himself as such while playing the role.
He wears a striped red-and-green sweater solid red sleeves in the original film , a dark brown fedora, his bladed glove , loose black trousers brown in the original film , and worn work boots , in keeping with his blue collar background.
His skin is scarred and burned as a result of being burned alive by the parents of Springwood, and he has no hair at all on his head as it presumably all burned off.
In the original film, only Freddy's face was burned, while the scars have spread to the rest of his body from the second film onwards.
His blood is occasionally a dark, oily color, or greenish in hue when he is in the Dreamworld. In the original film, Freddy remains in the shadows and under lower light much longer than he does in the later pictures.
In the second film, there are some scenes where Freddy is shown without his bladed glove, and instead with the blades protruding from the tips of his fingers.
As the films began to emphasize the comedic, wise-cracking aspect of the character, he began to don various costumes and take on other forms, such as dressing as a waiter or wearing a Superman -inspired version of his sweater with a cape The Dream Child , appearing as a video game sprite Freddy's Dead , a giant snake -like creature Dream Warriors , and a hookah-smoking caterpillar Freddy vs.
In New Nightmare , Freddy's appearance is updated considerably, giving him a green fedora that matched his sweater stripes, skin-tight leather pants, knee-high black boots, a turtleneck version of his trademark sweater, a black trench coat , and a fifth claw on his glove, which also has a far more organic appearance, resembling the exposed muscle tissue of an actual hand.
Freddy also has fewer burns on his face, though these are more severe, with his muscle tissue exposed in numerous places. Compared to his other incarnations, these Freddy's injuries are more like those of an actual burn victim.
For the remake, Freddy is returned to his iconic attire, but the burns on his face are intensified with further bleaching of the skin and exposed facial tissue on the left cheek, more reminiscent of actual third-degree burns than in the original series.
Wes Craven stated that part of the inspiration for Freddy's infamous bladed glove was from his cat , as he watched it claw the side of his couch one night.
In an interview he said, "Part of it was an objective goal to make the character memorable, since it seems that every character that has been successful has had some kind of unique weapon, whether it be a chain saw or a machete , etc.
I was also looking for a primal fear which is embedded in the subconscious of people of all cultures.
One of those is the fear of teeth being broken, which I used in my first film. Another is the claw of an animal, like a saber-toothed tiger reaching with its tremendous hooks.
I transposed this into a human hand. The original script had the blades being fishing knives. When Jim Doyle, the creator of Freddy's claw, asked Craven what he wanted, Craven responded, "It's kind of like really long fingernails, I want the glove to look like something that someone could make who has the skills of a boilermaker.
We picked out this bizarre-looking steak knife, we thought that this looked really cool, we thought it would look even cooler if we turned it over and used it upside down.
We had to remove the back edge and put another edge on it, because we were actually using the knife upside down.
For New Nightmare , Lou Carlucci, the effects coordinator, remodeled Freddy's glove for a more "organic look".
He says, "I did the original glove on the first Nightmare and we deliberately made that rough and primitive looking, like something that would be constructed in somebody's home workshop.
Since this is supposed to be a new look for Freddy, Craven and everybody involved decided that the glove should be different. This hand has more muscle and bone texture to it, the blades are shinier and in one case, are retractable.
Everything about this glove has a much cleaner look to it, it's more a natural part of his hand than a glove. In the remake , the glove is redesigned as a metal gauntlet with four finger bars, but it is patterned after its original design.
Owing to this iteration of the character's origin as a groundskeeper, from the outset it was a gardener's glove modified as an instrument of torture, and in film its blades was based on a garden fork.
Freddy's glove appeared in the horror-comedy Evil Dead II above the door on the inside of a toolshed.
Freddy's gloved hand, in the ending, was played by Hodder. At Six Flags St. Louis ' Fright Fest event then known as Fright Nights , Krueger was the main character for the event's first year in Freddy Krueger appeared as a downloadable playable character for Mortal Kombat , with Robert Englund reprising his role.
The game depicts Krueger as a malevolent spirit inhabiting the Dream Realm who attacks Shao Kahn for "stealing" the souls of his potential victims.
During the fight, he is pulled into the game's fictional depiction of the real world. The injured Krueger arms himself with two razor claws to continue to battle Kahn.
Upon defeating him, Krueger is sent back to the Dream Realm by Nightwolf , where he continues to haunt the dreams of his human prey.
Blog , Mortal Kombat co-creator Ed Boon cited the character's violent nature and iconic status as reasoning for the inclusion in the game, "Over the years, we've certainly had a number of conversations about guest characters.
We never got a grip on how we would do it, whether they'd be DLC characters or what. We also wanted to introduce a character who was unexpected.
This DLC thing opens the doors to realising these ideas. In October , Krueger was released as a downloadable playable character in the seventh chapter of the asymmetric survival horror game Dead by Daylight , alongside Quentin Smith.
Invading Smith's dreams, he forces him to go to the Badham Preschool, where the two are unwittingly taken to the universe of Dead by Daylight by an unseen force.
The character returned to television in an episode of The Goldbergs titled "Mister Knifey-Hands" with Englund reprising his role in a cameo.
Together, they lived what was, to the casual observer, a simple, happy, pedestrian life. Lying just beneath the surface, however, was a dark secret.
Freddy, unable to stem his unquenchable bloodlust, had constructed a secret room in the family's suburban home. Inside, he kept a series of homemade weapons, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia from his off-hours hobby, which was slaughtering the children of Springwood, Ohio, as the mysterious killer known as the Springwood Slasher.
Marriage is, if nothing else, based on trust, and the Kruegers' home life hit a speed bump when Loretta discovered Freddy's macabre man cave.
Freddy, sort of cementing himself as a one note song, killed his wife in front of their young daughter. Shortly after this, he was arrested for the murders of numerous local children, and Katherine was put into foster care under a new name.
The arrest and subsequent trial of Fred Krueger sparked an onslaught of high tempers in the good folks of Springwood. The evidence condemning the Springwood Slasher was damning, and justice for the roughly two dozen children who died by his beknifed hand lay on the line.
Unfortunately, the United States penal system is far from perfect, and its fictional counterpart doubly so. Thanks to a misplaced signature and a drunken judge, Krueger was set free despite clearly being guilty.
The parents of Springwood, however, were less than inclined to cotton to that sort of chicanery. In a scene echoing the villagers' attack on Castle Frankenstein, the good folks of Springwood formed an old-fashioned vigilante mob, trapping Fred and soaking him in gasoline before lighting him on fire.
Little did they know that as they watched the building burn to the ground, Krueger was being approached by Dream Demons. These supernatural entities offered Krueger the opportunity to carry on his sadistic ways indefinitely as their otherworldly antagonistic agent.
Thanks to Freddy's communion with the Dream Demons, he was gifted with abilities well within the realm of "altogether ookie.
While there, he had the ability to manipulate reality and affect unconscious humans, as long as he was still remembered and feared in the real world.
His control over the dream world seemed just about unlimited. He could change his shape, move objects telepathically, and warp the physical manifestations of dreamers.
Additionally, in what had to be a paperwork catastrophe for any Elm Street homicide detectives and guaranteed overtime for whoever cleaned up the crime scenes, any damage that Freddy caused in a dream also happened in the real world.
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Being on the Dream Demon payroll has plenty of pluses, but it's not without its bummers. Foremost of these is the fact that you're pretty well stuck in the Dream Realm, a supernatural amalgamation of the collective unconscious.
Re-entering the physical plane leads to nothing but trouble for Mr. Krueger, who becomes susceptible to pain and even death when living in our work-a-day vanilla dimension.
For example, in Freddy's Dead , the sixth film in the original franchise, Freddy's estranged daughter managed to pull him back to the real world, leaving him uncharacteristically vulnerable to being stabbed and blown up with a pipe bomb, which we would've marked "spoilers" if the movie hadn't been called Freddy's Dead.
In the meantime, life in the Dream Realm can be every bit as frustrating. Generally speaking, Freddy can only consume the souls of the residents of Springwood, barring outside intervention.
Even then, his powers only work when the good folks of Springwood harbor a healthy level of active fear regarding Elm Street's favorite burn victim.
If nobody remembers Freddy, he's nothing more than a bad dream. In later entries in the series, Krueger specified that it was only children's fear that gave him power, meaning that at any given time, he's just one generation of non-childhood-ruining bedtime stories away from going softly into that good night.
So what happened to Freddy after making a deal with the Dream Demons? With his sick new menagerie of superpowers, he began to haunt the dreams of the children of Springwood, namely Tina Gray, Rod Lane, Glen Lantz, and our hero, Nancy Thompson.
With vengeance for his death and skullduggery in his heart, he got down to the business of gruesome child murder. The first to go was Tina, who started off the story proper with a bad dream about a disfigured, claw-handed man pursuing her through a boiler room.
Tina made the age-old mistake of being a sexually active teenager in a horror film, and she paid for it in the form of a dream world glove-slashing.
Freddy would go on to drop Rod, Tina's boyfriend, with a swift strangulation, as well as Glen, Nancy's beau, in what's been described in the years since as the Great Depp Frappeing of Nancy, meanwhile, managed to beat back the nefarious killer, using nothing but her wit and her will.
Or did she? At the end of the film, she certainly seemed to get dream murdered while Krueger played evil Knight Rider. Better not to dwell on it.
The rules that held sway in the first film sort of disappeared, and Freddy became a little less dream monster and, for one brief entry in a franchise that would go on to span decades, a little more of an out-and-out metaphor for repressed homosexuality.
It really can't be stressed enough how peculiar the second entry in the series was. The main character, Jesse, was an adolescent boy who moved into Nancy's old house on Elm Street.
Rather than haunting the kid's dreams, Krueger would straight-up possess the lad, eventually taking over his body and physically manifesting in his burned-up form.
The forces of It's, look. It's the odd duck in the series. Jesse's coach, dressed in his leather daddy goin'-out gear, got bombarded with sports equipment right before dying naked in the shower room.
It's a cult classic, but not necessarily a classic classic. Here, we found out that the second most famous Fred ever to grace a neighborhood had been keeping busy since the sequel.
All of the children from Elm Street had either been murderized or driven quite mad, with the survivors living together in an asylum.
So there you go. That's the end of the story. Alexander wept, for there were no more worlds to conquer. Only, there was a twist! The residents of the asylum were brought together by none other than Nancy Thompson from the first movie, now working in the hospital while researching dreams for graduate school.
From there, a lot of information was presented pretty quickly. One of the patients, young Kristen Parker, had the ability to pull other people into her dreams.
In those dreams, the folks inside were granted superpowers. Freddy, it turned out, could be defeated if his bones were buried and sanctified, which was something the good guys learned from the ghost of his dead mother.
Freddy wound up down for the count thanks to a hasty burial, and nobody ever heard from him again. Only they did. In about five more movies, depending on whether or not you count New Nightmare we'll get to that , plus a cameo in a Jason film and a TV series.
It gets sort of murky from here. Let's dive in. Here, he bounced back in a big way and put down all of those pesky kids from Dream Warriors like he was living some Scooby Doo villain's power fantasy.
Here, he was taken down by Alice Johnson, a teenage sleep messiah and "Dream Master" capable of manipulating good dreams the way Freddy controlled the bad.
But you can't keep a good son of a hundred maniacs down, and Freddy, confusingly, birthed himself from the spirit of his dead mother in the fifth film, The Dream Child.
He then tried possessing Alice Johnson's unborn baby, but he wound up personifying that whole "you go out the way you came in" chestnut when he reverted back to infancy and was re-absorbed by his ghost mom.
Set years after the previous films in a Biff Tannen-esque future where Freddy finally achieved his goals, the movie takes place in a Springwood devoid of youth thanks to the knife-handed maniac.
But what are accomplished ambitions if not a bitter reminder that the next generation will soon replace us? By the time the credits rolled, Freddy was reunited with his long lost daughter, who pulled him into the physical world and gave him a thorough stabbing, sending Krueger to Hell once and for all.
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