The only good "Nightmare" movie not directed by Wes Craven. Patricia Arquette at her most beautiful. Heather Langenkamp and John Saxon returning to kick some ass. Good inventive ideas and surrealism. The hilarious cameo from Zsa Zsa Gabor. Dokken's title song and Robert Englund still in scary camp mode. Horror comic book movie at it's best.
In my opinion, DREAM WARRIORS is one of the most entertaining movie in A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET franchise. DREAM WARRIORS is fun, thrilling, and never bored me from start to finish. Maybe this movie is less horror and more adventurous than any movies in the franchise. But it wasn't bad at all. Heather Langenkamp is still kick-ass as Nancy. Not to mention the young Patricia Arquette. She is also amazing in this movie
This is one of the better entries in this franchise and is almost on par with the first one. The cast works well together here and the special effects are on point and it helps that this is a very thrilling film too that offers even more inventive kills and of course Freddy's snarky one liners.
Entertaining 80´s cheese flick and the best ANOES sequel in my opinion. The casting is quite good although the acting is pretty unconvincing in parts exept for Wasson and Fishburne who put in decent efforts. The score is kinda good and the FX are stellar for its´ time.
I love the Nightmare on Elm Street movies, even the bad ones where Freddy focused more on his stand up routine instead of killing teenagers. Out of all the sequels and remakes this one has always stood out to me. In every other Nightmare film the characters are just there to be slaughtered. However in this film you actually care and feel for the characters, they don't just represent a body count.
This gives a curious 'adventure time' spin on the horror movie, reminiscent of 80's movies I used to love as a kid. With excellent FX and a great cast of likable characters, this one is awesome. Really delves into the repercussions of the series main MO effectively, which is the damage reaped on their kids by the Baby Boomers. It gets a little silly, but an otherwise excellent entry.
Wes Craven returns to the "Nightmare" fold and introduces a truly depraved origin story for Freddy, as well as a strong religious bent that may or may not work. Director Chuck Russel delivers a stylish-looking film, with topnotch Eighties practical effects, but the film never pushes the "Dream Warriors" concept far enough and, like most slasher movie series, this starts to feel like a case of diminishing returns.
This used to be my favorite in the series. First watched in 2004 after Parts 1, 2 and 7. It used the one-by-one quality of slasher films and brought back Nancy. What more could I ask for? Now however, I see how much more dated the Elm Street series is. On its own, Dream Warriors is a fun time-waster, but can be dull and obvious. The cast is strong. Though Freddy's mythos is expanded the atmosphere is greatly reduced.