Written August 23, 2008
A chilling and thrilling masterpiece BY legendary HORROR director WES Craven (New Nightmare,Red EYE) And sexy and cleaver Hearth LAINGCAMP (A Nightmare On Elm St,A Nightmare On Elm St 3:Dream Warrior,New Nightmare) Make a nice n, sweet film by THRILL'S CHILL'S And PURE COLD HEARTED TERROR So give it a TRY
Written April 28, 2017
I am hoping this classic original will be re-released nationwide in movie theaters sometime this year in honor of it's 30th anniversary. Let's hope !!!
Written September 11, 2011
A Nightmare on Elm Street is a real standout from all of the other 80's horror films in that it created a villain that was totally unlike anything on the scene at the time. The premise of a dream killer gave way to endless possibilities within this film and all of the sequels. Bottom line- very imaginative, scary as Hell, and a MUST see!
Written July 21, 2009
Wes Craven and Robert Englund make a great team. The movie is so funny and so clever. It brings out issues that everyone has faced at sometime. Being afraid and having no control over it. Well, until you turn your back on it and releve it of its power. But still, that vulnerability is in everyone. Great message to get out of a film, if you look for a message in 500 gallons of fake blood that is!
Written January 22, 2012