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Genres: Thriller , Horror , Fantasy
Actors: John Saxon , Penelope Sudrow , Laurence Fishburne , Ira Heiden , Bradley Gregg , Jennifer Rubin , Rodney Eastman , Ken Sagoes , Robert Englund , Patricia Arquette , Craig Wasson , Heather Langenkamp , Priscilla Pointer , Clayton Landey , Brooke Bundy
Director: Chuck Russell
Country: United States
Year: 1987
IMDB Rating: 6.3/10 (29266 votes)

Picking up where the original Nightmare left off, Nancy has grown up and become a psychiatrist specializing in dream therapy. She meets a group of children at a local hospital facing Freddy Krueger, the same demon she once encountered in her sleep. One of them is Kristen, who has the power to draw other people into her dreams. Working with a male doctor assigned to the case, Nancy helps the kids realize their special abilities within the nightmare world. When Freddy captures one of her charges, she leads a rescue attempt into Krueger’s domain, in hopes of putting his spirit to rest once and for all.

Film Review

Nightmare On Elm Street created one of the greatest slasher killers of the modern era in Freddy Kreuger. Of course they were going to franchise the series and eventually remake it. They followed the first film with a deplorable sequel that was just a huge mistake. So thank goodness they actually came back and made a third film that was far more of a worthy sequel to the original. Is it as good as the original? No. But it does give us what we actually want from a good horror sequel. Bring back the original scream queen to fight the big bad, a new cast of young hot actors that are actually good in their roles, a decent story, some good deaths and some really great and gruesome special effects. This is what A Nightmare On Elm Street is known for and what we want to see. You could literally skip Part 2 entirely and jump to Part 3 and miss nothing. A Nightmare On Elm Street 3 is just entertaining and fun and gives us even more back story into Freddy. In fact we finally discover Freddy&#x27…

Dream Warrior's creatively knows no bounds here, and while I admit it did charter into comical land for The Elm Street series after, this still is great stuff. For starters each one of the characters, whether they were killed off shortly or stayed a lot of the movie, they were developed well and likable, and that's amazing for a cast that a lot of was unknown at the time. Freddy is clearly becoming the star of the movies now, and this was only the starting point of it. Gone is Freddy lurking behind the shadows, and instead we get these classic one-liners that we've all come to know from Freddy "Welcome to prime time B*tch* is my favorite. What amazed me most about this movie how colorful and unique it was. The setting in the psychiatric hospital was quite brilliant in my opinion, and watching the kids band together to take a stand against Freddy was not only touching, but it helped all of them were likable. Having Nancy back into the fold was a wise decision, becau…

Though I thought Dream Warriors was infinitely better than the previous Elm Street movie, Freddy's Revenge, I still could not bring myself to fully like the film by the time it was over.The main problem I had with A Nightmare On Elm Street 3 is the same problem I've been having with slasher films since the first slasher film I can remember seeing: the victims are bogus characters. I really didn't like them very much at all. Granted, there was a little more depth to them than in other films, but they were still run-of-the-mill characters that I, frankly, get tired of seeing.And the acting wasn't much to watch either. Heather Langenkamp thankfully returns as Nancy, the Final Girl from the original film. But her character really hasn't gone very far from the last time the audience saw her, so though her genuine performance was appreciated, her character's presence was a little lame. There just really wasn't a whole lot to her.The film takes place in a p…

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