Doug Bradley and Robert Englund Will Be Live Streaming on Twitch Today

Horror icons and buddies Doug Bradley (Candyman, Pinhead) and Robert Englund (A Nightmare On Elm Street) will be doing a live streaming on twitch today. The two horror legends are joined by their respective co-stars for this special event to promote the upcoming 2018 remake of A Nightmare On Elm Street.

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Halloween typically brings out the worst in people, which of course means the finest horror icons, and this year is no different. In addition to Halloween Kills, Elvira’s 40th Anniversary Special on Shudder, and a slew of other dark delicacies, Doug Bradley, best known as the face of Hellraiser’s Pinhead, and Freddy Krueger himself, Robert Englund, will sit down to speak for the Down to Hell with Doug Bradley series on Twitch. Oh, he has so much to show us.

Down to Hell is a recorded informal meeting of Bradley, Steph Sciullo, and a who’s who of the horror genre, including actors, producers, singers, and other luminaries of the darker side of cinema, now in its first season. Because the discussion is live, fans may connect with one another and the program by asking questions in the chat and discussing the genre and everything they like about it. On Thursday, October 14th at 8 p.m. EST, Bradley will host Robert Englund on the Horror Hub Marketplace.

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Of course, neither performer needs much of an introduction, with Bradley’s Pinhead and Englund’s Krueger starring in a combined 16 films and spawning two of the genre’s most well-known characters. While both films have had dwindling profits over the years, the last Hellraiser chapters to include Bradley – who wisely opted out of 2011’s Revelations and the 2018 Judgement – have scraped by as direct to DVD releases, the latest of which was in 2005. Englund’s Krueger at least made it through all of his appearances until his last on-screen picture, Freddy versus Jason, although none of his films came close to matching the Hellraiser series in terms of consistency and coherence.

In terms of the series’ future, there’s a little likelihood that either actor would reprise their respective roles in upcoming films, but that doesn’t mean we’ve seen the last of the creatures they created on screen. A new Hellraiser film has recently finished production and is set to premiere on Hulu next year. This time, the high priest of agony will take the female form of Jamie Clayton, thereby returning Pinhead to his origins in Clive Barker’s original novella, The Hellbound Heart, in which he was presented as an almost genderless creature with a highly flexible nature. Furthermore, a TV series based on the property has been in development since last year, so maybe a fresh start can breathe new life into the brand after decades of mediocre, low-budget sequels.

It’s a bit more murky when it comes to Freddy Krueger. Although Englund did come out of Freddy retirement to appear in an episode of the TV sitcom The Goldbergs, he has said that he is now too old to perform the labor necessary to bring the character back to life. Unlike Jason Voorhees from the Friday the 13th films, who is primarily disguised behind his mask and prosthetics, Robert Englund is virtually Freddy Krueger in every manner. While it is always possible for someone to take on the role of Freddy, and Jackie Earle Haley did so in the 2010 remake, it is difficult to fathom the character being taken over by someone without it seeming like a pastiche after over 40 years as the face of Freddy. However, there are always rumors of additional Nightmare on Elm Street installments, and with so many streaming alternatives, there’s a good chance we haven’t seen the last of Springfield’s knife-wielding murderer.

On Thursday, October 14th, at 8 p.m. EST, see these two legends in discussion on Horror Hub Marketplace on Twitch. Today is one of those days.

Nightmare on Elm Street, Hellraiser, and Twitch are some of the topics discussed.

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