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Essential Seven Iconic Horror Movie Scenes

Horror films play a huge part in celebration of Halloween. Today we love watching Jigsaw torturing people, Michael Myers returning from the grave, and Freddie Krueger slashing a girl who fell asleep. Horror films are filled with characters and situations made to scare you. A few films are so memorable that certain scenes have become iconic in film history. With anticipation of jumping out of my seat, here is the Essential Seven Iconic Horror Movie Scenes:

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A New Nightmare on Elm Street Trailer

I am sick of horror “reboots” already. Last year’s Friday the 13th was awful, and now they have taken another great ’80s horror franchise and ruined it. This looks boring, predictable, and unnecessary. I think not going with Robert England was a huge mistake.


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Nightmare on Elm Street Teaser Trailer

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I’m not sure about this horror re-make. I enjoyed Rob Zombie’s Halloween interpretation. The Friday the 13th movie sucked balls. Remaking the Nightmare movies though are very different. It requires acting! Anybody could play Jason or Michael. Playing Freddy Krueger requires speaking. I think it will be very hard to live up to Robert Englund. After watching the teaser, I am puzzled as to why this remake was necessary. It seem they included everything from the original film. The girls jumping rope, the claw coming out of the bathtub, and even the house. What was good about Rob Zombie’s Halloween and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remakes were that they added something more to¬† the story. The Michael Bay producing credit doesn’t help. Trailer after the jump.

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