Nightmare on Elm Street 2’s Mark Patton teaser and poster for Scream Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street!!

Nightmare on Elm Street 2’s Mark Patton teaser and poster for Scream Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street!!

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Yo Grue-Lings Listen Up,


Nightmare On Elm Street 2’s Mark Patton is an amazing guy. Very nice person and loves his Elm Street fans. He also writes for Gruemonkey every month with his Men to Kill For article. Here is a poster and trailer for his new Docu. Look’s amazing, go see it!!

A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge is known for being a gay horror film. The movie is good, if you look past all the hype of it being a gay film, the film itself is actually good and Mark Patton gives an amazing performance. There are a lot of sexual tones to it that push boundaries many other horror films don’t dare cross. It did help Robert Englund get more sequels as Freddy Krueger but it did nothing sadly for Mark who faded into obscurity after the release of the film. Now Mark is going to tell us everything in the new documentary Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street, which will focus on Patton and the three decades since the film came out.

Directed by Roman Chimienti and Tyler Jensen, the film will interview Patton as well as celebrities, film historians, and fans to talk about Nightmare 2 and the society towards the gay community.

The artwork for the film’s poster is by Matt Ryan Tobin!


Tobin says, “I’ve always considered Nightmare on Elm Street 2 it to be one of the best in the Elm Street series. As an adult, I became aware of the film’s pretty conspicuous subtexts and later learned of the turmoil behind the camera. Although the poster pays a fun upbeat retro tribute to Mark’s iconic dance sequence, it’s underlying meaning is something darker, taboo, and much more provocative. I’m fascinated to see what’s behind the veil that Mark is going to pull back.”

Chimienti also says, “Tyler and I have witnessed an ever-growing relevancy to our story as it pertains to current events. We have relentlessly shifted gears as we followed Mark’s story within a story, and expanded it to include current events and unexpected life changes.”

Jensen says, “We could have easily slapped together a fan film with a message, but know that this would be doing a disservice to the integrity of Mark’s story and all of the people that it includes.”







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