Tom H. Reviews Chris R. Notarile’s
“Krueger: Tales from Elm Street” web series!
First thing I have to say is Roberto Lombardi is fucking amazing as Freddy Krueger! He plays the part so well that I am almost convinced that he has had someone perform a spell that made him a perfect double of Robert Englund; in fact I think in some ways he has made Freddy Krueger his own! Of what has been done so far the series has dove into the character of Freddy prior to his whole transformation into the man who stalks us in our sleep! A more in depth background that has been exciting to watch and gives us an added dimension to the whole story! Chris Notarile has shined on many levels and I can’t wait to see what comes next!
The first installment is called “Krueger: A tale from Elm Street” (2011)
Set in the 1970's, after a rash of horrible killings, the alleged Springwood Slasher is finally arrested and brought to justice. But Lieutenant Donald Thompson wants more than evidence and probable cause to put this child murderer away, he wants a written confession. And in an effort to prove guilt, Thompson sits down in an interrogation room with the man known as Freddy Krueger. Will he get Freddy's confession or more than he bargained for?
The second installment is called “Krueger: Another tale from Elm Street” (2013)
In Springwood, long before he became a demon of dreams, Freddy Krueger stalked the streets under another name - The Springwood Slasher. A little girl will learn why she should never get into a stranger's car.
The third installment is called “Krueger: A walk through Elm Street” (2013)
In Springwood, long before he became a demon of dreams, Freddy Krueger stalked the streets under another name - The Springwood Slasher. Our third story centers on the inner working's of Freddy's mind. What makes him tick and how does he view the world? Edited to reflect his fragmented way of thinking, we follow Freddy on a walk through Elm Street as he interacts with a soon to be mother, outside of a very familiar house.