A Nightmare on elm street, Friday the 13th, Hellraiser, The Doll Killer: Max Landis has written the crossover!
Interviewed by Nerdist, screenwriter Max Landis has said that, in the last six years, he has been working on a crossover between some of the greatest horror icons in cinema.
The story follows the adventures of a teenager who is adopted by a couple well-off but gets sick and falls into a coma. In the hospital, you wake up inside a dream and learns that his new home is located at Elm Street.
Landis: “And hears the chant: ‘One, two, three, Freddy's coming for you.’ Freddy chases the little boy and the claws to the face with his glove. Instant death. In fact, no. Freddy fails to extract the claws from the face of the boy. Suddenly, Freddy is captured by the chains, such as those in Hellraiser, that imprison him and makes him look like a scarecrow.”
The adoptive parents of the child have drawn the symbol of Hellraiser under his bed. The families of Elm Street, who killed Freddy Krueger belonged to a cult and made that sacrifice to unleash a demon in exchange for wealth and fortune. Now prepare to sacrifice the version of the demonic Freddy. The boy, meanwhile, steals the glove, and deprives him of his powers.
The struggle unfolds through several dreamlike scenes including a version from the nightmare of Crystal Lake, including young Jason Voorhees that can be transformed in the version evil as the Hulk. The group ends up in the factory de The Doll Assassina 2 where Chucky tortured by demons.
“Jason, Freddy and the little boy pull out Chucky from the factory of dolls and end up in hell to face Pinhead and the cenobites, our true villain.”
Max Landis has scripted Chronicle, and he created the tv series Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency. He has also written the fantasy film Bright, directed by David Ayer (Suicide Squad), which will see Will Smith and Noomi Rapace in the cast, and will be available on the 22nd of December on Netflix.
He has also written the comic book Superman: the American Alien and is at work on a remake of An American Werewolf in London, the cult horror film of 1981, directed by his father John.
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