You'd be hard-pressed to find a mind as warped as Wes Craven's. While it might seem almost cliché today, the writer and director's idea for a villain who can haunt and kill you inside your dreams was completely new when the original A Nightmare on Elm Street came out in 1984.
A variety of influences helped Craven to create the character of Freddy Krueger, from a childhood bully to a random old man who spooked him on the street (seriously). And all the little details came together to create one of horror's most iconic characters.
One of Freddy's most recognizable features is the bladed glove he dons. What did filmmakers use to create that glove?
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