Robert Englund, Heather
Langenkamp, Miko Hughes, Matt Winston, Wes Craven
Heather is an actress happily married,
she has a little child:Dylan She is worried about a maniac who is ringing
frequently at her house. She think the maniac is Freddy the killer of her
previous film Meanwhile Wes Craven is having some nightmares and inspired by
that events he is writing the script for a new Nightmare series film. Heather
is scared by some murders and by the schizophrenia of her son. The only way
left to save her son is to act for the last time the part of Nancy to defeat
Review: This is a pretty
cheesy horror film, if you can even call it a horror film. Not much gore, no
scares, not even a little comedy to help it along.
anyone say major confusing! Man, once you think you got the storyline figured
out, you realize you don't. I'm not talking about trying to figure out if
someone is dreaming or not. Was this whole thing a movie? Who the hell
knows, and who cares. The movie wasn't good enough for me to sit here and try
to figure it out.
was a major stupid plot. They should have never said that Freddy was only a
movie, it was lame, and made the movie even more confusing.
only thing I actually liked about the movie, was that Freddy looked really
evil, in all the other films he wasn't scary, mainly because he talked and
joked way too much. In this film he didn't do that, and his eyes were really
scary looking. The new glove didn't go over well with me though, I wanted the
old one back again.
all, stupid film. I couldn't watch it again.