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Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger, photographed by Lexa One — lexaonephotographie.ca

With this gallery of her Freddy Krueger pictures, Leeanna Vamp kicks off our mini-run of (kinda) spooky and (very) sexy movie creeps as interpreted by cosplayers. Happy Halloween everybody.

Leeanna is a cosplayer and geek sex symbol extraordinare, always a big draw at conventions. She’s been featured on playboy.com and dozens of other sites, interpreting all sorts of characters. In fact, we had a number of choices for Halloween-themed cosplays featuring her—she does a mean Vampirella, Morticia Addams, Ash from Evil Dead, Malificent, and Jason Voorhees. But Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street is a specialty, and a special costume for her with the recent passing of beloved horror genius Wes Craven.

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Another note here: About three weeks ago, Leeanna got married (sorry dudes) in the most Halloweeny wedding ever. It took place at Knotts Scary Farm, with Elvira, Mistress of the Dark doing officiant duty (see photos from the ceremony at the bottom of this post). Elvira is one of Leeanna’s idols; she often jokes that the spooky sex symbol is her “mom.” “Having Elvira do the honors was really the only way to do it right for me,” Leeanna told us.

You can get more Leeanna Vamp at her official site, as well as on Instagram and YouTube. Enjoy the pictures.

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger, photographed by Lexa One — lexaonephotographie.ca

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger, photographed by Lexa One — lexaonephotographie.ca

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger, photographed by Lexa One — lexaonephotographie.ca

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger

Leeanna Vamp as Freddy Krueger, with a more authentic Freddy Krueger and a good Jason Voorheees as well

Leeanna Vamp

Elvira, Mistress of the Dark presides over Leeanna Vamp’s wedding at Knott’s Scary Farm

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Leeanna Vamp, Groom, Elvira, Fiend

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Leeanna Vamp and Mr. Vamp

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