“FREDDY COLEMAN was cheated of his walk that afternoon; for an old maiden lady in the neighbourhood, having read in a Sunday paper that the plague was raging with great fury at Constantinople, thought it as well to be prepared for the worst, and summoned Mr. Coleman to receive directions about making her will -- and he, being particularly engaged, sent Freddy in his stead, who set out on the mission in a state of comic ill-humour, which bid fair to render Mr.. Aikinside's will a very original document indeed, and foreboded for that good old lady herself an unprecedented and distracting afternoon.”
“This Freddy is a monster with a purpose, one that bides his time like a shark circling a wounded seal.”
“He only gave his nickname "Freddy," because he took part in the looting and was scared of facing prosecution; he was not among the youths in court.”
“As played by Jackie Earle Haley under 16 layers of burn makeup, this new Freddy is a nondescript mess.”
“With a new film this year in the long A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, Freddy is fresh again in people's minds, or, rather nightmares.”
“Q. Freddy is one of the few monsters that actually talks.”
“You need to look at Wes Craven's original again to see that Freddy is as dark as he'll ever be in that film. blog comments powered by Disqus”
“For the new picture, Freddy is played by Jackie Earle Haley, who attracted attention in 2006's Little Children and this year's creepy Shutter Island.”
“Like you said, it makes no narrative sense – you cannot piece together where these characters are from frame to frame and come up with a coherent narrative, unless Freddy is innocent.”
“Q: In terms of the mandates that New Line set, because I mean New Line has a whole legal team that watches how Freddy is handled.”
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