One phone call changed horror history.
Back in a day before cell phones, your prospective killer had to use good old-fashioned land lines to torment you.
The way God intended.
Mixing dark laughs with blood-stained guttings, Nightmare on Elm Street director Wes Craven launched a new, never-ending franchise, prompting every studio to take a swing at crafting their own ’90s teens-in-peril slasher.
Some were good, some not so much, but the original is still the best, from Courtney Cox verbally abusing folks as a catty TV reporter, to the surprise killer reveal, which really was a surprise at the time.