By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. Now, Englund is going to be doing a different kind of travelling in the real, waking world -- as the host of a new Travel Channel show. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter , the Travel Channel has picked up six episodes of Shadows of History , a program in which Englund will investigate "frightening, odd and creepy" stories that first appeared as newspaper stories printed in America's past. Each episode will see the Nightmare on Elm Street star examine the story based on those newspaper accounts, enlisting various historians and scholars to get to the real truth behind the headlines. And our fans are going to go nuts for this legendary actor. Shadows of History fits right into the Travel Channel's network focus on shows that center around myths and legends, a trend begun with the success of the network's long-running Ghost Adventures.
Day centre's Freddie Krueger prank turns into Nightmare as video of terrified kids goes viral
After 10 years, Wes Craven returned to the series and characters which brought him his greatest success, in an attempt to inject some life into the franchise and again try to re-define the horror genre. A New Nightmare is a success on both counts, even if it was mainly an experiment and stepping stone between projects. A New Nightmare brings attention to themes such as art imitating life and vice-versa, adoration of horror movies, the life of a cult figure, how we perceive violence, censorship, and of course the relationship between parent and child. Wes Craven has been having nightmares and is using them to write a seventh installment in the Elm Street series. He contacts the star of Parts 1 and 3, Heather Langenkamp, and asks if she would be interested in returning to the role one last time.
Kane Warren Hodder born April 8,  is an American actor, stuntman, and author. He is also known for his role as Victor Crowley in the Hatchet series. Hodder was born in Auburn, California in Early in his career, during an interview he offered to show the interviewer and her cameraman a fire stunt, which went horribly wrong, leaving him with 2nd and 3rd degree burns over much of his upper body.