Remember last Tuesday evening when you poured yourself that 7:59 PM cup of coffee and eagerly sat yourself down on the couch to watch the Joss Whedon created, produced, and directed pilot episode of the new Marvel Television series, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D series on the ABC Network?
Sure you do. We all do. Everyone’s been waiting to see the continuing adventures of post-Avengers Agent Coulson, alive and in the flesh since, well, since he died in that very flick last year.
But just as you were sitting down, wide-eyed in front of the television screen, excitedly hoping on a brand new Tuesday night ritual, plans and machinations were afoot from rivals Warner Bros. TV and the Fox.
Follow me after the jump, Detective, and we’ll piece together the excitement surrounding one particular word: Gotham.
Villains & Monsters Week: J.W. Ward has 5 reasons why Freddy Krueger is the greatest horror movie villain ever
Sure, he’s ugly. He’s a killer. He’s got bad taste in gloves and a worse taste in sweaters. He lives in your dreams and thrives in your nightmares.
But he’s just so much damn fun.
Since his debut in Wes Craven’s 1984 film A Nightmare on Elm Street and over the course of nine films in 27 years, Freddy Krueger has become the greatest of the supernatural slashers.
Yes, I mean he’s better than Jason. More mighty than Michael Myers. More evil than Ghostface and more crafty than Jigsaw.
Don’t believe me? Here are five reasons why Freddy Krueger is the greatest horror movie villain of all: Read the rest of this entry