Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare


Action / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 20%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 34%
IMDb Rating 4.9 10 35757


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Johnny Depp as Guy on TV
Breckin Meyer as Spencer
Roseanne Barr as Childless Woman
Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger
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749.74 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
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1hr 29 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gwnightscream 6 / 10

Underrated Nightmare!

This 1991 horror sequel stars Robert Englund, Lisa Zane, Shon Greenblatt, Yaphet Kotto, Lezlie Deane, Breckin Meyer and Ricky Dean Logan. In this entry, Freddy Krueger (Englund) has wiped out the all the children in Springwood, Ohio and hunts the last remaining teen, John (Greenblatt). Freddy uses him to find his offspring and try to spread global nightmares. Zane plays Maggie, a child-psychologist who turns out to be Freddy's daughter, Kathryn, Kotto (Live and Let Die) plays Doc, her colleague, Deane plays tough girl, Tracy, Meyer (Rat Race) plays video-game fanatic, Spencer and Logan (Back to the Future III) plays hearing-impaired teen, Carlos. Like "Freddy's Revenge," This film gets a bad rap and is underrated. Freddy is cartoonish in it, but I've always liked it and Englund is great as usual. Give this one a chance guys.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 2 / 10

It's not just Freddy that's dead

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.

As far as 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' sequels go, there are good ones such as 'The Dream Master' (number 4) and especially 'Dream Warriors' (number 3) but also disappointing ones with 'The Dream Child (number 5) and this 'The Final Nightmare' (the second film 'Freddy's Revenge' was also underwhelming but not as much as 5 and 6).

Very little to recommend, with the only good things being Robert Englund doing his conscientious and freaky best and the haunting music.

While a little better-looking than the fifth film, being not as crude and self-indulgent, the suitably nightmarish at times production design is wasted by the film looking drab and dreary and it can look sloppy. The 3D looks cheap and was truly pointless. Like the previous film, erratically paced (both rushed and tedious), ridiculous and non-atmospheric story with scares that are unimaginatively derivative, too far and between and vapidly tame on the whole. It lacks any kind of originality and is all very ho-hum.

Englund aside, the acting is both bland and annoying. The cameos from Rosanne Barr, Johnny Depp and Alice Cooper were just as unnecessary as the 3D and are neither interesting or funny. Like the fifth film though, the cast have to work with an awkwardly clunky script and irritating characters that are written childishly and make decisions that frustrate. Even the humour doesn't work, Freddy's one-liners are more stale and toe-curlingly groan-worthy than twisted or witty and what was darkly comic before is replaced by an overload of cheese. The direction is largely unimaginative, while there is far too much of an over-reliance on gimmicks (none fresh or clever) and the ending is one of the lamest and most tacked on there is in horror.

Overall, an incredibly tired entry and suggestive that the series is dead. 2/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by hellholehorror 5 / 10


I was pleasantly surprised with this sequel. I was expecting rubbish like the other sequels but I got... errr... something worth a watch. I would like to say that I got the impression that this version was cut by the studio to get the R-Rating that it has. The story is incoherent but it doesn't try to do anything unlike the other pathetic sequels in this series. The writing is good, the pace good, the direction good, the violence good and so on. There is nothing that makes this stand out except when comparing to A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985) through to A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989). Final judgement - strikingly good when you think that this is number six in the series.

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