good addition to the series.
this is the most sucessful entry in the series and is very good,the only problem is that unlike the first one it became almost like paint by numbers,too much comedy,not enough tension or build up and freddy was seen too much rather than just in the shadows.just not scary enough.
i watched the nightmare on elm street 4 dream master last nite it is a good film as i like the freddy kruger films anyway and he doesnt scare me at all but my wife doesnt like horror movies so i watched it last nite when she wasnt around so i will be buying again from you again soon thank you dj boozey.
1, 2 Freddy's coming for You.
For any Nightmare On Elm Street fan like me this is a must as it does carry on from the end of part 3 Dream Warriors with "Kirsten, Joey and Kincade" each featuring in Part 4, many people will agree though that this was the first Nightmare On Elm Street movie that went a little "over the top" with cheap special effects and basic dialogue in the script,this will be a put off for any person that isn't a real fan of the Freddy Kruger franchise, for real fans, this is a must to have in your Nightmare On Elm Street Collection. May Freddy Live On In Our Dreams.
A Nightmare On Elm Street
good quality film excellent service bit scary but i wanted a fright my daughter found it hillarious and made lots of comparissons to the jason and freddie movies that have come before
A Nightmare On Elm Street 4 DVD Review
The flick is not scary like the original, but is more grotesque. Robert Englund is excellent as Freddy Krueger because he enjoys playing that character. You always sense Krueger presence with his twisted nightmares. Dark humor is my taste and I always laugh when he pops his quotes: "You shouldnt have buried me; I'm not dead!" "Now how's that for a wet dream?" "Welcome to Wonderland, Alice!" There are a few things that blows; Patricia Arquette should have been recast as Kirsten Parker and the resurrection is a bit lame but then the S/F effects rocks, the director likes action scenes and the music is well above average for a 1998 film.