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  • I like the storyline, especially when the children could harness powers in their dreams to fight against Freddy

    • by Judith J Kay
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      Starring: Heather Langenkamp (Nancy Thompson) , Craig Wasson (Dr Neil Gordon), Patricia Arquette (Kristen Parker), Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger), Ken Sagoes (Roland Kincaid), Rodney Eastman (Joey Krusel), Jennifer Rubin (Taryn White), John Saxon (Donald Thompson)

      Kristen was admitted into a psychiatric hospital after a suicide attempt, which she knew was induced by nightmares. She often had these dreams of going into an old eerie house, where a little girl who warned her of ‘Freddy’. She dreamed that she was running away with the little girl from Freddy, and often woke up in panic and fear. At the


      hospital, she met other patients – a group of teenagers who were disturbed by similar nightmares. Dr Nancy Thompson seemed to understand what they were going through; she had met Freddy when she was younger. She was pulled into a dream by Kristen, and encountered her old enemy. Nancy shared this with Dr Neil Gordon, the psychiatrist. The patients started dying, killed by Freddy in their dreams. Neil was convinced with Nancy’s story and tried to help the teenagers; he met an elusive nun who told him how to get rid of Freddy. He has ...

      • to sprinkle holy water over Freddy’s bones and bury them, thus destroying him forever. Meanwhile, the rest of the group went with Kristen to battle with Freddy, using their dream powers.

        Freddy is ugly and sinister as ever – the stuff that nightmares is made of. Just imagine encountering him on a dark eerie night – he will frighten you more than a ghost. I don’t know if kids get nightmares after watching him on screen, but as an adult, I find him menacing enough to give me shivers. I like the storyline, especially when the children could harness

        powers in their dreams to fight against Freddy; things they couldn’t execute when they are awake. Freddy is sadistically cruel in his killings; it is unimaginable to have your arms and legs sliced and you are led like a puppet by your nerves to the highest window and then thrown to your death. Well, Freddy has been interred; I have yet to see the 4th instalment – I wonder what wakes him next! The dialogue is a bit stilted and wooden; Freddy of course is as good as ever. Performance wise, the cast is mediocre, not memorable at all.




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