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A re-imagining of the horror icon Freddy Krueger, a serial-killer who wields a glove with four blades embedded in the fingers and kills people in their dreams, resulting in their real death in reality.
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A hellish, razor-fingered monster enters the dreams of the teenage residents of a bucolic town and systematically slaughters them in their sleep--until one courageous young woman does battle with the predatory fiend. An excellent, surprisingly surrealistic genre entry from the master, Wes Craven.
Freddy Krueger (Jackie Earle Haley) returns in "A Nightmare on Elm Street", a contemporary re-imagining of the horror classic. A group of suburban teenagers share one common bond: they are all being stalked by Freddy Krueger, a horribly disfigured killer who hunts them in their dreams. As long as they stay awake, they can protect one another...but when they sleep, there is no escape
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|Time Richard Corliss A fine copy.|
|Entertainment Weekly Owen Gleiberman It's not every day that one of our rogues' gallery of iconic psycho killers gets to be played by a creepy and fascinating actor -- in this case, Jackie Earle Haley taking on the role of Freddy Krueger.|
- Director Wes Craven claims that his inspiration for Freddy was based on a man he saw one night from his bedroom while he was a child.
- Over 500 gallons of fake blood were used for the film.
- This marks Johnny Depp's acting debut. He didn't intend to apply for the part; he was simply accompanying a friend to the audition when Wes Craven spotted him.
- For the scene where blood bursts out of the bed, the effect was achieved by turning the room upside down on a set and letting the blood flow out.
- Freddy's sweater is red and green because Wes Craven was told that those two colours together are the hardest for the eye to process.
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