Being a massive fan of franchise horror's golden era, i was over the moon when i discovered the feature length documentaries Never Sleep Again and Crystal Lake Memories. After watching these films countless times, i couldn't believe my luck when i caught wind of a retrospective of the original two Hellraiser movies, called Leviathan. In this article, im going to discuss these three films and compare them, hopefully giving an answer to which is the ultimate horror movie retrospective!
Firstly, ill take a look at the three films individually, so any of you that haven't seen or heard f them, can get an idea of what were looking at.
Never Sleep Again:The Elm Street Legacy
Never Sleep again, was released in 2010, and is a comprehensive look at the making of the entire Elm Street franchise. The film starts off telling the story of how New Line Cinema got their starts(by picking up the copyright ro "Reefer Madness" and driving it around colleges and prisons). Once the film gets into the pro...