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  • While I don't find it quite as scary as the first two, I felt like there was plenty of suspense, some memorable dialogue and some of the best characters were in this one
  • I thought there were so many cool ideas and moments that went into this particulary entry into the series
  • I think it's cool they have a kid in a wheelchair who isn't the first or even the second or third victim
  • Unfortunately the next installment would see him become a sadistic version of Conan O'Brien

    • by AmethystTear
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      One of my favorite films in the Nightmare On Elm Street series is the third installment Dream Warriors. With a talented cast which includes Patricia Arquette, Lawerence Fishbure and Jennifer Rubin and a dynamite premise which acted as if part two never happened, Dream Warriors is one of the most entertaining films in the franchise. While I don’t find it quite as scary as the first two, I felt like there was plenty of suspense, some memorable

      dialogue and some of the best characters were in this one.

      I loved the whole concept of Freddy Krueger invading the teenagers of Springfield’s dreams and how when they try to fight back they seem crazy to their parents. So their parents lock them away in a mental institution. Even better is Nancy, the heroine from the first installment returns, and with her help the teens finally have a chance at fighting Freddy and winning for good.

      I thought ...


      • there were so many cool ideas and moments that went into this particulary entry into the series. Each teen has a secret power and in the end work together to fight Freddy. I think it’s cool they have a kid in a wheelchair who isn’t the first or even the second or third victim. Most of the kids in the film are good actors so they make it all pretty believable.

        Overall, I think this one comes

        in a very close second to the original as best in the series. While the first was far scarier and relentless, the third one was really creative and full of action and humor along with the horror. Freddy was dropping cool one liners but was also till intimidating. Unfortunately the next installment would see him become a sadistic version of Conan O’Brien. He wouldn’t become menacing again until Wes Craven became involved with The New Nightmare.




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