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- DescriptionPlatinum Dunes revives the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise with this reworking of slasher film legend Freddy Krueger, a deceased child killer who torments peoples dreams. Jackie Earle Haley picks up the killer's mantle from series veteran Robert Englund with the reboot from music-video director Samuel Bayer. Recapturing the grisly wit of the original, Wesley Strick and Eric Heisserer, take the classic slasher to a new level. Freddy appears in the dreams of a group of high school students living in the peaceful suburbs of Springwood. As they struggle to understand why the same evil figure stalks them in their dreams, they must not fall asleep... their lives depend on it.
- Leading Role 1Rooney Mara
- Director 1Samuel Bayer
- Leading Role 2Kyle Gallner
- Leading Role 3Jackie Earle Haley
- Additional Roles byClancy Brown,Connie Britton,Michael Lynne,Thomas Dekker,Katie Cassidy,Kellan Lutz
- ProducerMichael Bay,Brad Fuller,Andrew Form
- ScreenwriterWesley Strick,Eric Heisserer
- Score ComposerSteve Jablonsky
- EditorGlen Scantlebury
- Release FormatDVD
- Release Year2010
- Additional GenreGeneral
- Running Time91 minutes
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- 1049903701@dele...12 Jul, 2012by
Kris Fowles (Katie Cassidy) goes to the Springwood Diner to meet with her boyfriend, Dean Russell (Kellan Lutz), who falls asleep at the table and meets a man covered in burn scars, wearing a red and green sweater and a clawed glove on his hand. The burned man cuts Dean's throat in the dream, but in reality it appears that Dean is cutting his own throat as his friend, waitress Nancy Holbrook (Rooney Mara), looks on with Kris. At Dean's funeral, Kris sees a photograph of her and Dean as children, but cannot recall ever knowing Dean before high school. Kris begins to dream about the burned man herself and refuses to go to sleep for fear that she will die in her dreams. Jesse Braun (Thomas Dekker), Kris's ex-boyfriend, shows up at her house to keep her company while she sleeps, but Kris meets the burned man in her dreams and is murdered. Covered in blood, Jesse runs to Nancy's house to try to explain what happened and he learns that Nancy has been having dreams about the same man: Freddy Krueger (Jackie Earle Haley). Jesse is apprehended by the police under suspicion of murdering Kris, and is killed by Krueger when he falls asleep in his jail cell. With her friends dying, Nancy begins to question what everyone's connection is to each other, given that none of them can remember each other before their teenage years. Eventually, Nancy and her friend Quentin Smith (Kyle Gallner) discover that all of them attended the same preschool together. Nancy's mother, Gwen (Connie Britton), reluctantly tells Nancy and Quentin that there was a gardener at the preschool, Fred Krueger, who abused Nancy and the rest of the kids. Gwen explains that Nancy was his favorite, and came home one day telling her mom about a hidden space in Krueger's room and the things he did to her there. Gwen claims Krueger skipped town before he was arrested. Nancy does not believe her and attempts to track down the remaining kids from the school. Nancy eventually discovers that all of the other kids, Lisa Harper, Bret Tanzer, Sukari McGill, Nancy Lumb, Elizabeth Cook, Marcus Yeon, Carrie Bush, and Craig Jackson, have been killed, most of them in their sleep. Meanwhile, Quentin tries to accept that his nightmares are nothing more than repressed memories, but he falls asleep during swim practice and witnesses what really happened to Krueger. Quentin sees everyone's parents hunt down Krueger, and then burn him alive. Quentin and Nancy confront Quentin's father, Alan Smith (Clancy Brown), about the reality that they murdered Krueger with no evidence that he had committed any crime. Thus, Nancy and Quentin believe that Krueger wants revenge on them for lying as children. As result of their insomnia, Nancy and Quentin begin sporadically dreaming while they are still awake. To try to stop Krueger, they decide to go to the preschool and learn what they can. On the way, Nancy falls asleep and is attacked by Krueger, but when Quentin wakes her up they discover she has pulled a piece of Krueger's sweater out of the dreamworld and into reality. Quentin takes Nancy to the hospital for cuts on her arm; there, he steals some adrenaline and a syringe to help them stay awake. Nancy and Quentin eventually make it to the preschool. Quentin uncovers Krueger's hidden room and the evidence that proves Krueger was in fact abusing all of the children; they realize that Krueger actually wants revenge on them for telling the truth. Read full review
- cameronjs1614 Aug, 2011by
This item is good.
this nightmare on elm street film is good. I like horror films they are good. The cover of the dvd looks good.
- 1010toffee04 Aug, 2011by
Nothing like as bad as you might imagine..!
Well- I bought this for my 15y/o son who is just getting into horror movies (as they do)... I thought this would probably be rubbish but it was actually ok - I could watch it again some time... So I imagine if this is your thing you will love it - if not - it's probably something you could watch and be entertained by...
- we_love_2_shop_...28 Jun, 2011by
great dvd excellent viewing worth watching even if you seen the other films. it is has very good effects and the story is diffrent to the original film.cast in this film are very good even if they are not the original stars.good horror for a saturday night in or any night for that matter.
- lagwagon31603 Jun, 2011by
Freddy is back, great film
Great movie, always been a fan of the Freddy franchise i preferred Robert englund playing Freddy but the revamp was still as good
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