The first images of Freddy Krueger played by Dave McRae in Dylan’s New Nightmare, a fan-made project set 25 years after Nightmare – New Nightmare, have been released on the net.
It will come exclusively online Dylan’s New Nightmare, fan made movies made by Womp Stomp Films, an independent company based in Los Angeles. The project, written and directed by Cecil Laird, well-known face of the YouTube channel The Horror Show, will be set 25 years after the events of Nightmare on Elm Street by West Craven.
They have been disseminated on the net first images of Freddy Krueger, iconic villain of the franchise, this time played by Dave McRae. The cast also includes Sarah Schultz, Reavis Dorsey, Josh Schultz, Alex Davis, Kevin R. Phipps, and Courtney Fishell.
Dylan’s New Nightmare is a particularly interesting film for fans as it brings back Hughes, who played the character of Dylan Porter, the youngest son of Heather Langenkamp, in the meta-horror film Wes Craven’s New Nightmare. Taking on the role of Dylan is Miko Hughes.
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The new fan-made film is expected to arrive in the summer of 2023 and is still supportable via the Indiegogo campaign. In the meantime, we remind you that the house where Nightmare on Elm Street was filmed is officially off the market: at the beginning of the year, in fact, the iconic location was sold for almost 3 million dollars. Though its address was changed to 1428 Elm Street after the film’s release, the house is actually located in Los Angeles, where the 1980s slasher was filmed.