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A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
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Directed By
Chuck Russell

Written By:
Wes Craven, Frank Darabont

Heather Langenkamp, Craig Wasson, Patricia Arquette, Robert Englund, Ken Sagoes, Rodney Eastman, Jennifer Rubin, Bradley Gregg, Laurence Fishburne, John Saxon, Priscilla Pointer, Brooke Bundy, Nan Martin, Dick Cavett, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Michael Rougas, Jack Shea, Kristen Clayton, Clayton Landey, Paul Kent, Ira Heiden, Penelope Sudrow, Rozlyn Sorrell, Stacey Alden, Mary Brown, Melanie Doctors, Donna Durham

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A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)
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Movie Review by Tim
May 15th, 2007

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Freddy Krueger is my favorite all time horror icon. When I was a child I knew all of the Nightmare on Elm Street films like the back of my hand. After a strong first film, Nightmare 2 came out and about ruined the franchise. Then thankfully they were able to pull it together for Nightmare 3 which I think is just as good as the first film.

I like it that Nancy was back in this one now older trying to help the current teens that Freddy was after. I also think its cool that is the Nightmare film that introduced Hypnosil, a so-called dream suppressant that played such an important role in Freddy VS Jason years later.

The coolest story that I have to tell about this film is that when I was younger my mother would not allow me to watch Rated R films. I have an older brother that was into Freddy as well and he let me watch this one with him while my mom was taking a nap one day. Just as the scene with the nurse and Joey came on my mother walked in and saw nothing but a big set of knockers on TV and I got in tons of trouble. Yep just my luck.

This film has one of the most evil Freddy's in it......Freddy is always Freddy but he is a little different in each series wether it be a change in his makeup, glove or dialogue. I really like the vibe of this one it seems that it was trying to again be a true horror film.

There is some really great quotes from this one......"Welcome to prime time b*tch" , "This is your big break in TV", You look tired Will, why don't you sit down" ..........Hell I could go on forever....

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May 15, 2007 10:20 AM
I was the biggest freddy fan when I was a kid, I first saw Nightmare on Elm Street at the tender age of 7 and was hooked ...I just love Robert Englund.

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