A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors


Action / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 74%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 67%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 59524


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Patricia Arquette as Kristen Parker
Heather Langenkamp as Nancy Thompson
Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger
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1hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by theterminator-92378 8 / 10

Freddy's back a better follow up to the original nightmare movie

I will say this movie made me very happy because after watching the disappointing second movie in the franchise i thought that this would be where the series ended up heading bad but after i watched this one i had very high expectations for the rest of the movies in this series and i have to say i was impressed. Robert Englund is back as the man of our dreams Freddy Kruger he has some new and creative ways to get his victims and i love him in this movie because in the second i was very disappointed and there was a return of a old character Nancy Thompson played by heather Langenkamp and man was so happy with them bringing her back and she portrayed like the first time she was awesome. the other cast members were Patricia Arquette, Ken Sagoes, Rodney Eastman, Jennifer Rubin,Bradley Gregg,Ira Heiden and Penelope Sudrow they were the backbone cast that we saw and they were new faces and that's always what we need is to see more people who will be Freddy's victims. I have to say that this movie compared to the second and first one it was very good not as good as the original but it for me was very close so i would say early on in this series i have been disappointed and impressed but more impressed more so far..

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 8 / 10

Dreams and nightmares

The original 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' is still to me one of the scariest and best horror films there is, as well as a truly great film in its own right and introduced us to one of the genre's most iconic villains in Freddy Krueger. It is always difficult to do a sequel that lives up to a film as good as 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' let alone one to be on the same level.

'A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors' has often been touted as the best 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' sequel (or one of them) and one of the best of the series. Couldn't agree more with this. For me it is the best sequel, and while it is not quite in the same level as the original it is the closest the follow-ups get to having what made the original the classic that it is and is much better than the second film.

'Dream Warriors' may not be perfect. Maybe it could have done with having a few less characters, Neil could have been more interesting and stronger developed, and the support acting is variable though none terrible.

However, Heather Langenkamp fills her role very well and Robert Englund is terrifying once more as Freddy (cannot imagine anybody else). Chuck Russell's direction is some of the best of the series in by far the best directed sequel. He is not afraid to stretch genre boundaries and does it in a way that feels fresh, a lot of it is remarkably imaginative for an 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' sequel and the execution is great.

As are the special effects, particularly the snake and the TV set, the darkly comic humour with cracking one-liners and the truly frightening scares with the marionette scene being one of the highlights of the series.

Very little is shoddy in the production values, the production design being both dream-like and nightmarish and the photography is stylish. The music looms ominously, while the Edgar Allan Poe quote and the Ray Harryhausen montage are inspired touches.

In summary, very well executed and the best of the sequels. 8/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by Matt Greene 7 / 10

Patricia Arquette Screams a Lot

Of the Robert Englund Krueger films, this is the most DEADLY serious of the bunch (see what I did there?). Completely ignoring "Freddy's Revenge", it jumps back to the premise of Elm St. children having to pay for the sins of their parents, with a really great mixture of creative deaths & solid storytelling. Langenkamp is still terrible, the dialogue sometimes has trouble finding its footing, & the rules of Freddy are really starting not to make senseĀ…but still, this is a fun one.

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