Symbol: The Robert Englund Story, a fresh out of the plastic new narrative commending the life, work, and notable status of one of detestations most adored gifts, Robert Englund has landed from Cult Screenings in the UK and maker John Campopiano. Since first wearing the worn out fedora and glove of destroying sharp edges in 1984, Robert Englund has turned out to be one our age’s most darling repulsiveness figures. Englund has gotten up shoulder to bear in the pantheon of thriller legends, for example, Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee. His depiction of Freddy Krueger is without uncertainty a minute as instinctive to the loathsomeness classification as Chaney’s werewolf or Karloff’s earth shattering acknowledgment of Frankenstein’s beast. However, far from the most recent cosmetics and red and-now notorious green jumper, few understand the profundities of England’s actual ability as a character entertainer. A traditionally prepared on-screen character and producer, Englund has featured in numerous movies in the years since Freddy Krueger’s artistic birth-and has even coordinated his very own component film.
This narrative will investigate the man behind the cosmetics, graphing his initial days in TV and film to his status in the ghastliness universe. Counting close meetings with companions, associates, and the man himself, ‘Symbol’ will likewise look to respond to the topic of: “Was playing a famous motion picture character a blessing or a twofold edged sword?”
Symbol: The Robert Englund Story will highlight interviews with cast and group from the Nightmare on Elm Street films, Urban Legend, 2001 Maniacs, 976-Evil, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, Wishmaster, V, Dead and Buried, Phantom of the Opera and some more. This narrative will likewise try to investigate Robert’s previous works from the 1970s including yet not constrained to, Buster and Billie (1974) and Eaten Alive (1976).