When youre confronted by something terrifying, youre usually able to seek sanctuary by closing your eyes. But back in 1984, the most dangerous place to be was in your mind.
As a burnt-up child killer brought back to life through nightmares, Freddy Krueger used his grisly glove to tear apart various teens and deliver gleeful one-liners at the same time.
And now the nightmare is back in 2010 in a contemporary re-imagining of the horror classic. But he's not the only character in film to make you hide under the blankets.
Killer line: (as sang by local children) "One, two, Freddy's coming for you. / Three, four, better lock your door. / Five, six, grab your crucifix. / Seven, eight, better stay awake. / Nine, ten, never sleep again."
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