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Jesse Smith, Kris Fowles, Dean Russel, Nancy Halbrook, Quentin Smith and Jesse Braun along with several other children all attended the same preschool together where Fred Krueger, the gardener, loved to play with them, especially hide and seek.

Fred was very friendly with all of the children, but his favorite was Nancy because she was an artist.

Fred claimed that he was an artist as well, but didn’t have the kind of talent that she had and asks her if she could make some of his drawings better.

He takes Nancy to his “Secret Cave” where he lets her paint on the walls.

One day Nancy comes home with scratches on her back and her parents begin to become more concerned about the children’s safety, this is also when all of the parents become suspicious of Krueger’s intentions with the children.

The parents chase down Krueger when they believe that he’s crossed the line and needs to pay for his actions.

Fred locks himself in a shed for safety, but a Molotov Cocktail is thrown through the window causing the shed to catch on fire, burning Fred to death (This is revealed in one of Quintin’s dreams).

Since the death of Fred Krueger, the parents do everything they can to make their children forget about the preschool and Freddy, but it all bubbles to the surface when Freddy begins to appear in their dreams and try to kill them.

Nancy and Quentin originally believed that Freddy was innocent and that their parents murdered him, but after discovering pictures of Nancy (Most likely nude. The audience never sees the photos) in Freddy’s “secret cave” years later they learn that Freddy Krueger is trying to kill them because they exposed him as a pedophile.

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One Two Freddys..... well not Freddy anymore! 0

Remakes, you either love em or you hate em. They have their place, a way to drawn in a new class of viewer, granted a class that ignores the talent of the original work and thinks that the newer version is canon but still… a class of sorts. I for one am not always open minded about remakes, I have seen some classic re inventing of an old story, Halloween glowed with Rob’s treatment (until you watch the second one) and I am almost certain the Rodrigueze’s version of Predators but there have been ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Freddy Earle Haley 0

When I write this review, I'll be coming at it as a casual fan of Nightmare on Elm Street. When I say a casual fan, I mean someone who's  a horror fan and has seen the original Nightmare on Elm Street and enjoyed it, but none of the sequels (although I've seen clips from reviews). The original to me is a classic horror movie, while now it may not be very scary because of the age of the film, that doesn't mean it isn't entertaining. Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger is always fun to watch, even wh...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

A worthwhile Scare? 0

  "The brain keeps working for seven minutes after the heart dies. We still have six more minutes to play!"That's right ladies and gents everybody's creepiest dream master has finally made his return to the silver screen. Now originally I was going to post a video review but do to technical difficulties I couldn't so here is just a short review. The Good Jackie Earl Haley deserves a round of applause in my opinion. Alot of people said they didn't like him as the role and they should have...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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