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A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984

In the dreams of his victims, a spectral child murderer stalks the children of the members of the lynch mob that killed him...

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@Khaleesi
definitely agree. this is my little list-
1)A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)
2)A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)
3)Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994)
4)A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)
5)Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)
6)Freddy vs. Jason (2003) *not sure if that counts
7)A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)
8)A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
9)A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)
Good movie, I just thought it was stupid how all the adults were oblivious and slow.
One of my favorite horror movies. I think this is the best of the series! I want a Freddy glove ^.^
I remember my parents renting this movie when I was a little child, sneaking out of my room to watch it when they did. Worst mistake of my life. I'd have to say one of the best horror movies ever. Even now it's better than anything I've seen recently in the horror genre.
This is what horror movies are supposed to be like. Yes the effects are dated but it came out in the 80's. This movie actually gave me real nightmares about guess who, Freddy.
Still a great movie ... ! Scary, and Wes Craven is one of the best ... ! =)
This movie actually turned out much better than I first thought it would be. It started out so terrible and lame that I just laughed the whole time. I was even getting bored and contemplated turning it off, but decided to stick it out as I had nothing better to do. I'm quite happy I decided that because it got a lot better. Sure it wasn't really that scary, but most teen horror movies aren't. This is definitely one of the better ones.
I would find time to watch a movie while I was writing my essay on the tyranny of the majority and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. It came out to 369 words, so I am going to expand it to add a few more ideas (I only had to write 300 words for my portion of the group paper)...

A Nightmare on Elm Street (Craven, 1984) - ****
Wes Craven's Elm Street is the best horror slasher film of all time. Screw Michael Myers. Screw Jason Vorhees. Although contrary to a popular film of last year, Freddy is the king! It is also one of the top 10 horror films of all time. It was followed by 6 sequels, excluding Freddy vs. Jason. One of which was also a masterwork, Wes Craven's New Nightmare. Funny how the absolute best in the franchise were both directed by Craven. He is responsible for the Scream trilogy, and is one of the few top names of horror. Hopefully he can utilize his position in the industry to make a few worthwhile films in the genre before saying bye bye.

also...

THE FIRST EVER TUESDAY WEEK-END REVIEW

Throughout this first Academock week (Tuesday to Monday) I watched 10 films. They are ranked as followed:

10) In the Cut (Campion, 2003) - 1/2*
09) Slackers (Nicks, 2002) - *
08) Freddy vs. Jason (Yu, 2003) - *1/2
07) The Company (Altman, 2003) - **
06) Party Monster (Bailey & Barbato, 2003) - **
05) Jackpot (Polish, 2001) - **
04) Win a Date With Tad Hamilton (Luketic, 2004) - **1/2
03) The Stepfather (Ruben, 1987) - ***
02) Slap Shot (Hill, 1977) - ***
01) One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Forman, 1975) - ****

The top 4 films of the week are recommended...

****The 2003 Academock Award nominations were announced****

I also wrote a long review for:
- The Butterfly Effect (Bress & Gruber, 2004) - *1/2
I have to say that this is my all time favorite horror movie. You know that it is just a movie and you shouldn't be scared, but he comes after you in your dreams. You want to sleep, but what if you just happen to be next? A Nightmare on Elm Street is an inventive film packed full of enough scares and gore to fill your horror movie lovin heart w/ delight.
This movie gave me chills from beginning to end!!
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