Robert Englund Re-Teaming With ‘Phantom of the Opera’
Director Dwight H. Little for ‘Natty Knocks’

While we wait to meet Robert Englund‘s character Victor Creel in the upcoming season of “Stranger Things,” we’ve learned this week that Englund will next be re-teaming with director Dwight H. Little, who previously directed the horror icon in 1989’s Phantom of the Opera.

Dwight H. Little, who also directed Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and an episode of “Freddy’s Nightmares” is directing a film titled Natty Knocks, which we can only assume falls somewhere inside the horror genre. Englund took to social media this week to share a behind the scenes shot from the set, revealing Bill Moseley as one of his co-stars.

Doing a little digging, we also came across a recent social media post from Halloween 4‘s Danielle Harris, which suggests that Harris will also be reuniting with Little on the film.

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Feature Films

Dwight Little scored his first theatrical hit with his seasonal classic “Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers.”
He continued making hit movies like “Marked For Death” and “Rapid Fire” for 20th Century Fox.  More studio movies followed with  “Murder at 1600″,
” Free Willy 2″ (Warner Brothers) and  “Anacondas: The Hunt For The Blood Orchid” (Columbia).
His indie features have also garnered critical praise including the recent “Last Rampage: The Escape of Gary Tison.”
Mr. Little has also directed award winning television movies and is in pre-production on Horror/Thriller “Natty Knocks” shooting in January 2022.

Episodic Television

Mr. Little began his television career with the acclaimed Fox detective series “Millennium.” Working steadily for the next 20 years, he has directed many of the most recognized shows on television including David E Kelley’s Emmy Award Winning “The Practice.” Other well known hits include “Prison Break,” “24,” “Bones,” “Sleepy Hollow”, “Nikita”, “Dusk Til Dawn,” and “Scorpion.”