A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master


Action / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 56%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 44%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 41577


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Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger
Tuesday Knight as Kristen
Renny Harlin as Student in Classroom
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Reviewed by theterminator-92378 8 / 10

Freddy Vs the dream warriors round 2

When i watch this one in the series i think the dream warriors were going to fight Freddy again so i knew the first time that most of the survivors of the dream warriors were going to see Freddy again so that element of fear for the kids helped this movie really be something special. the cast were Rodney Eastman,Andras Jones.Tuesday Knight and the dream man Robert Englund and these guys were our main focus for the movie and the obvious potential Freddy victims. i like this one not because it was a direct follow up to the last movie although that helped it a lot i liked it because it wasn't afraid to make Freddy funny and start him out as a super killer who is not afraid to get his hands dirty so while this had a lot of the same stuff from the the first couple of movies i really didn't mind and the effort put into this movie meant that newline did care about this series and its fans and this installment is proof

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 7 / 10

Through the blood-stained looking glass

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.

While the best of the sequels from personal opinion is the third, the fourth one is another one of the series' better sequels. Like the third film it is not on the same level as the original, a very difficult feat, but it does have enough of what is a large appeal of the original and why it works so well. Not perfect, but a lot of very good things.

'The Dream Master' is not without its flaws. With a couple of exceptions, the acting is largely wooden (while not the worst offender as such, Tuesday Knight is no Patricia Arquette) and the beginning rock song is really cheesy and feels out of place. The story at times gets a little silly.

However, Lisa Wilcox is a winning lead and Robert Englund continues to terrify as the iconic character that epitomises "what nightmares are made of". 'The Dream Master' is to me the second best directed sequel, courtesy of Renny Harlin, giving a potentially clich├ęd premise freshness and imagination.

Special effects are neatly executed. The humour is darkly comic and very funny and there are some wickedly cracking one-liners. The scares are aplenty and they are legitimately creepy with some cool deaths (the water bed one is a strong example) and amazing dream sequences thrown into the mix. Alice being flung into the on-screen action from the cinema balcony is one of the series' most marvellous highlights.

It's a beautifully photographed film, particularly the dream sequences, and is the most unique-looking 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' sequel with its European art-horror visual style. The production design is both dream-like and nightmare while the music is suitably haunting.

Overall, good sequel and one of the series' better ones. 7/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by Matt Greene 2 / 10

The worst of all the Krueger films.

There's one effect in this one that's really nuts (suck face), but otherwise it's incompetent and lazy: the deaths, scares, stories, and characters scream of a franchise that has officially fallen asleep. The series started to jump into camp here, with bad karate, useless nudity and really stupid shock attempts. It's just a tonal disaster, and Renny Harlin is a creep who should be ashamed of himself.

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