New ‘Nightmare On Elm Street’ Clip, Poster & Image Gallery

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nightmare on elm street New Nightmare On Elm Street Clip, Poster & Image Gallery

There’s only a week left until Freddy Krueger (now played by Jackie Earle Haley) attacks theaters in New Line Cinema’s A Nightmare On Elm Street remake. In the meantime, you can check out a new clip, poster, and several new high-res images from the horror flick.

First, have at look at this scene from the film — one in which Freddy shares a, um, “tender” moment with Nancy (Rooney Mara), a young teenage girl that he more-than-a-little-bit-creepily refers to as his “number one.”

You can check it out below:


Despite my previous complaint about Haley’s makeup job, I think it actually looks okay when Freddy’s lurking around in the shadows — less so when we get a good look at his face.

Also — and this is my last comment, I promise — I have mixed feelings about the blue tint cinematography that has appeared in much of the footage I’ve seen from the new Nightmare On Elm Street.  While it works to enhance the eerie atmosphere, I’m concerned that it will be overused throughout the course of the film.

Moving on… icon wink New Nightmare On Elm Street Clip, Poster & Image Gallery

Next, you should check out the Elm Street‘s official site for a look at the new UK motion poster.  While the image itself is kind of straightforward and unoriginal, it works quite well in action — especially for those of you who detest the “claws on a chalkboad” scratching sound.


New UK Motion Poster For A Nightmare On Elm Street


Finally, thanks to New Line Cinema, there are now several new high-resolution Nightmare On Elm Street images available online.  I’ve assembled ten of the most interesting images into a photo gallery, which you can check out below.

Before you do, though, I have one question — is it just me or does the A Nightmare On Elm Street director Samuel Bayer (1st picture in the gallery) kind of remind anyone else of a younger Tim Burton?  Maybe it’s just the hair, I’m not sure…

A Nightmare On Elm Street attacks theaters next week on Friday, April 30.

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  1. the 2nd image shown on here gives everyone a pretty detailed look off krueger's face.
    i like how they went with realism towards the whole 'burnt body' thing, the only krueger looked really fake and you could tell it was a mask.

    his voice is better in this clip imo much deeper, but i still found him hard to understand…

  2. I must admit I was sceptical about this remake but that scene was terrific and Freddys voice really suits him I think.
    The Web-poster is great.
    Im excited for this movie :)

    side note: does anyone else notice a resemblance in Jackie Earle Haley(sans freddy makeup) to our own ScreenRant godfather Vic?

  3. Actually, when he's shaved his head and has a goatee, Jackie does look a bit like Vic. Which is not a bad thing at all of course but it's fun to point it out nevertheless. ;)

  4. That said, a clean-shaven Vic with hair would still look perfectly normal to me.

    When Jackie does that, well… there's a reason he keeps getting cast in movies as “the creepiest guy in the room.” :)

  5. I'm fine with the blue tint as it's used only in the dream sequences.


  7. It is truly sad the state that Hollywood is in, with nothing but Remakes, reboots etc…Doesn't anybody have an original concept anymore??? Now, I understand Hollywood is going to start remaking the movies of the 1980's. They started with the recent release of Clash of the Titans in 3-D. I hated 3-D after watching the theatrical releases of the 3-D films, House of Wax and The Creature's Revenge, and nothing has changed, I will always HATE movies in 3-D. You have to sit there like a dweeb with stupid glasses on and try to watch closely for the 3-D effects. Stupid is as stupid does! Next up is Tom Holland's Fright Night, that starred Roddy McDowall, Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse and Stephen Geoffreys as Evil Ed. While, I I didn't really like the original all that much when it was released, I have NO intention to repeat that nightmare of a movie. And, I mean nightmare not as in scarey, but the movie was very titius and annoying. Stephen Geoffreys as Evil Ed was the only saving grace to that film. I got a kick out of his character, but the female lead actresses couldn't act to save her life, in fact, I was rooting for the vampire Jerry to kill her off. And, now they want to reboot this film, oh please! They shoud just skip over the entire decade, because almost every 1980's movie sucked, big time! It they want to remake a film, remake “White Buffalo”, that would be nice. But,they should never attempt to remake classics, not that the 1980's had any in the first place. But the one 1980's movie that I loved, and think that Hollywood should keep they're hands off it, “Where the Buffalo Roam” A Classic!!! Bill Murray stars as Dr Hunter S. Thompson, and Peter Boyle plays Murray's Lawyer, Carl Lazlo. Funnist movie of the 1980's PERIOD! But, instead, someone's bright idea, let's remake every single Slasher film. Well, first came Texas Chainsaw Massacre, then Halloween, followed by Jason in Friday the 13th, and now Freddy in Nightmare on Elm Street. I don't know why, but, I couldn't stand the Nightmare series of movies. And, I consider myself as a fine and sofisicated connoisseur of Horror/Sci-Fi and slasher films. I guess I was spoiled with the best slasher of them all, Michael Myers. But, I am willing to give this new Nightmare film a shot, but only after it is released on DVD. I can't go to those movies anymore at theaters and be crowed in the a theater full of Snotnoses. I wouldn't care if they were handing out Gold Bars at the entrances, No Snotnoses for me. The last time was the last time. I had a bunch of snotnoses behind me, talking, cracking their gum, and finally what put me over the top, one of the little sh!ts had the nerve to put his stinkingsneakers up on the back of the seat next to me, and after I got do threatning bodily harm to all of them, they saw it my way, and left. Why should real movie goers be subjected to these little asswipes? The movies should just raise the age limit to 35 and older, and hopefully, the snotnoses of today will have grown up by then, but, I don't think so, so, I'll stay home, and watch my movies on my 65″ LCD LED Home Theater system with Bose speakers. Much better than the theaters, and most importantly, NO SNOTNOSES to ruin my night!