The official website has now been launched for Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy, the forthcoming A Nightmare on Elm Street documentary. The site features an array of goodies ranging from behind-the-scenes goodies to inside info. In addition, Bloody Disgusting is proud to reveal that Sean Clark is off to film a new episode of “Horror’s Hallowed Grounds”, which will be featured on the forthcoming DVD release! Details below.
Production started Monday on a brand new episode of “Horror’s Hallowed Grounds” covering the film A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984). It has been almost 2 years since Sean Clark and crew have filmed a video version of the popular horror locations articles. Sean explains why it has been so long.
“Quite honestly I had all but given up on doing any more episodes and just sticking to doing the written articles in HorrorHound Magazine and Bloody-Disgusting. I got really busy making my film ‘The Black Waters of Echo’s Pond’ and it took my focus away from trying to get HHG picked up as a series. I get e-mails constantly from horror fans asking me why none of these so-called horror channels have jumped on making this a series and I don’t understand it either. When you read any of the reviews for the Halloween 25 Years of Terror DVD they all point out the HHG episode as a favorite part of the package.”
So why make a new episode now?
“Well Andrew Kasch and Buz Wallick are my partners in the video version of HHG. It just so happens that they are part of the Nightmare on Elm Street documentary Never Sleep Again and brought the idea to Dan Farrands and Thommy Hutson who all agreed it would be a great addition to the DVD package. So Dan contacted me and asked me if I wanted to do it and of course my answer was yes.”
So what do the fans have to look forward to this time around?
“This is going to be our best episode yet. We have a little more time than before to get things right and we have access to quite a few cast members that will be appearing in the episode too. Monday we filmed the interior of the high school and Leslie Hoffman aka the hall monitor came by and reprised her role. It’s going to be a lot of fun and informative. The hard core Elm Street fans will love it.”