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Fidget spinners and container-flipping

I have heard it said that fidget spinners help kids concentrate on a lesson during class. Instead of fidgeting in their seats, they play with the spinners. 360 more words


A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)

One of the more well-known filming locations in Los Angeles is the house from Wes Craven’s 1984 horror classic, “A Nightmare On Elm Street.”  The house can be found, not on Elm Street, but a road just off of Hollywood Blvd, called Genesee Ave. 58 more words

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037: Freddy vs. Jason (ft. Jay Eusanio) – The Runaway Franchise Podcast

FREDDY IS VERSING JASON AND WE HAVE OUR FRIEND JAY(SON) HERE! J is back from the trail, and on the podcast. This week we had the pleasure of watching 2003’s Freddy vs. 159 more words


036: Nightmare on Elm Street 7 - Wes Craven's New Nightmare - The Runaway Franchise Podcast

Wahoooooo it’s Wes Craven’s New Nightmare…the one where they make a movie about making a movie with people from the movie in it and Freddy is in it but he’s Robert Englund but also Freddy. 133 more words


035: Nightmare on Elm Street 6 - Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare - The Runaway Franchise Podcast

It’s the FINAL NIGHTMARE (da na naaa nunnnnnn, da na na nun nunnnnnnnn, DA NA NAAAA NUNNNNNN DA NA NA NUN NUNNNNNN) **sung to the tune of the Final Countdown** Hey, guess what? 98 more words


034: Nightmare on Elm Street 5 : The Dream Child - The Runaway Franchise Podcast

MORE FREDDY MOVIES. Another week, another nightmare on Elm Street. This week’s nightmare of a franchise entrance is the 5th in the series and Freddy is taking it inside the womb. 147 more words