355 – The one about New Nightmare

A demonic force has chosen Freddy Krueger as its portal to the real world. Can Heather Langenkamp play the part of Nancy one last time and trap the evil trying to enter our world?

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13 thoughts on “355 – The one about New Nightmare

  1. Pingback: 355 – The one about New Nightmare – BRIAN DUNAWAY

  2. See, I considered Freddy to be like a tulpa from Supernatural. So the first movies are just that, movies about a fictional character that Wes Craven dreamed up. The power of people who believe (and fear) Freddy the fictional character brought him into “the real world” (of the movie set within the movie).

    One could argue whether or not the fictional Freddy that Wes Craven dreamed up was wholly made up OR an actual supernatural presence (demon?). I prefer to think that it is a supernatural presence targeted Wes Craven (as a creator) so that he would create any kind of horror icon. The movies then create a generation of people who are terrified of Freddy. The Supernatural presence feeds off of this to become stronger and stronger until he can enter “the real world”.

    It wasn’t Wes Craven being inspired by the demon, it was the demon being inspired by Wes Craven. That is why the “real” Freddy is more real looking.

    Also, a kid falling 30 feet and being caught uninjured isn’t that weird. The is a video of a toddler being caught by someone after falling 8 stories. They only suffered a cracked rib.

    And I have two horror movies I love rewatching in October, The Thing and The Blair Witch Project.

  3. Oh jeeze, Hellions. You’re not prepared for how ridiculous that movie is. It’s most definitely not good, rage inducing more accurately, but it will be interesting and entertaining to see what you guys do with it. I wonder how long before the terrible music starts to grate on you.

  4. I watched this before and thought I fell asleep, but its that this movie is so mundane and forgettable.
    my Opening: You ever get tired of multiple car alarms going off at night waking you up. With the multi-alarmer, you can shut off everyone’s car alarm in the neighborhood, with the touch of a button. *Pwhoop Pwip*

    How awesome would it have been if we saw his T-Rex fighting Freddie.

    Was this demon also the witch in Hansel and Gretel?

    I remember a fimsack picture of a man dressed in dark walking to a house all in shadow, Mandela effect.

    Robert was ” I am just” I mean I am lost”, to me first.
    I think you saw him as the villain in the adventures of Ford Fairland.

    I TOTALLY guessed what grossed Scott out while I was watching this. Whoo a piece of candy.

    Tarantino made a statement, but I think he’s too busy dressing like Johnny Cash to care.

    Conquest of the Planet of the Apes was a great fourth movie and after the first is my favorite.

    I agree with Scott. The husband dies and a few scenes later, she’s asking Robert about the script for the new movie.

  5. My wife always uses straws with soda cans (and now we all do). She does this to keep the soda off her teeth as much as possible.

  6. For some reason I thought I remebered a scene in this where Freddie killed real life Robert Englund, which would have made way more sense than just having him dissapear via voicemail mid-film. Oh well.

  7. Come on guys. You completely missed the best #4 movie in a popular series- Rocky 4.

    I enjoy many if the Rocky movies, but number 4 is by far the most re-watchable and iconic for our generation.

  8. You have to love Lethal Weapon 4, great 3rd sequel. Also, Live Free or Die Hard was a decent sequel.

  9. I thoroughly enjoyed Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, both in the theatre where I saw it for the first time, and again when I bought the entire movie collection on Blu Ray. I just do not understand the criticism of this movie, as this movie was the breath of fresh air that the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise needed. I do remember that people in the audience CHEERED at various points in the film, like when the babysitter beat up the nurse, and enjoyed the movie too. Bottom line, I would rate the original Nightmare on Elm Street as my favorite in the series, with Wes Craven’s New Nightmare as my second favorite film.

  10. “If I can change, and you can change, we all can change!” (slow clapping coming from ‘Mikhail Gorbachev’

  11. My Halloween/October perennials are some old Universal monster movie with Karloff AND Lugosi, Plan 9, and although it’s not a horror movie per se but the supernatural is involved, “Something Wicked This Way Comes” from 1993 based on a Ray Bradbury book. It’s so evocative of October/November. Stars Jason Robards and Jonathan Pryce. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086336/?ref_=nv_sr_1

    It kinda has a pre-90s live action Disney feel but it’s themes and acting are pretty powerful.

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