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A Nightmare on Lenin Street: What if a horror movie about Freddy Krueger was shot in Russia?

A Nightmare on Lenin Street: What if a horror movie about Freddy Krueger was shot in Russia?
A Nightmare on Lenin Street: What if a horror movie about Freddy Krueger was shot in Russia?

Photo source: DALL-E neural network

A Nightmare on Lenin Street: What if a horror movie about Freddy Krueger was shot in Russia?

Photo source: DALL-E neural network

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Photo source: DALL-E neural network

The candidate for the role of the main villain is obvious.

The last film with the bloodthirsty Freddy Krueger came out in 2010 and the audience was already missing the cruel, but very charismatic villain. We invite you to see what the “Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise would have looked like if it were released in Russia had been recorded.

The plot of the horror film “A Nightmare on Lenin Street”

In a small Russian town, strange and terrible events begin to take place on Lenin Street. The locals begin having nightmares of being chased by a sinister figure wielding a sickle.

The name of the antagonist is Fyodor Tuman and he looks a bit like Nikita Dzhigurda. He was once a labor teacher at a rural school. Wrongfully accused of crimes he did not commit, the Trudovik died in an accident that many considered intentional.

After his death, his ghost found no peace and now returns to take revenge on the residents of Lenin Street, penetrating their dreams and turning their fears into a terrible reality. As a weapon, Mist always uses a razor-sharp sickle, which symbolizes his previous life.

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Photo source: DALL-E neural network

Main characters:

Masha: A high school student who is the first to notice the connection between her friends’ nightmares and real-life deaths.

Ivan: a young police officer who started investigating strange incidents on Lenin Street and helps Masha.

Olga: Masha’s mother, who works as a doctor, who also becomes a target of the Mist.

Masha and Ivan discover that to defeat the Mist, they must discover his past and find a way to destroy his connection to the world of dreams. They discover the old school where he once worked and realize it holds the key to his deportation.

After an intense battle in the world of dreams and reality, the teens successfully perform the ritual, but the costs are high: several of their friends die. The fog disappears, peace returns to Lenin Street.

However, in the last scene, when everything seems to be over, the camera shows a new crack in the asphalt of the street, from which black smoke rises, hinting at a sequel.

The Russian version of “The Squid Game” looks no less interesting. Deadly game of tag, brutal Russian roulette and all this – in snowy Siberia.

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

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