The Nightmare


Action / Documentary / Horror

IMDb Rating 5.8 10 5605


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August 12, 2015 at 08:11 PM



Johnny Depp as Glen Lantz
Heather Langenkamp as Nancy Thompson
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703.59 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Derrick O'Daniel 9 / 10

Wow, I thought I was the only one... Very Very Creepy

I thought was about the reasons people have sleep paralysis. I was watching out of sheer curiosity. I was a not expecting to hear the stories of unrelated people around the globe talking about the exact same things I've seen and experienced.

The Shadow People peaked my interest. I turned to my friend and said, "I used to see those in my past up to a couple years ago, but the one I saw multiple times had a Quaker type of ha on his head". Right after my comment... guess who came up?

Completely spellbound by these peoples recollections of their experiences. I shivered with goosebumps and the hair on my arms standing up... I thought I was all alone with these experiences.

The film is presented in a typical documentary fashion but with great visuals of these horrific episodes. It sure held my interest.

Because this documentary completely hit home with me, I give it my first EVER "10".

Great job to the people behind this and thank you very much for making this.

Reviewed by gwnightscream 4 / 10

Somewhat Creepy & Familiar!

This 2015 documentary features a group of people sharing their experiences of sleep paralysis and night terrors. Though, a couple situations seem a bit far-fetched, others are somewhat creepy and familiar, like the dark, shadowy figures coming into the room. This is a little interesting, but it could've explored a little more. I'd still check this out at least once.

Reviewed by mr-cooljoefeatncf 6 / 10

Well put together

Mainly I was intrigued by this film because dreams and sleep have always fascinated me, particularly sleep paralysis. I found it to be such a strange and frightening phenomenon, and wanted to learn more about it. As a documentary, this film fails. No science behind anything to do with sleep paralysis is explained, the entire film is individuals recounting their experiences. Most of the film is reenactments during interviews with these people, and the reenactments are really the point of the movie. And many of these reenactments are pretty good, even though the budget was as low as $28,000. With what they had to work with, they put great effort into it and it turned out well. It definitely has passion behind it, and I think that its director (Rodney Ascher) has potential as a good filmmaker. But back to the reattachment scenes, I really think the purpose of the movie was to give viewers a taste of the experience of sleep paralysis. There are copious amounts of pov shots in beds while shadowy figures approach, usually these shots are then switched to the person having the experience, and then switched back. This is played over haunting music and the person being interviewed. Its similar to some of those bad ghost shows on the discovery channel in the way its formatted, though the stories recounted here I am sure are real, sleep paralysis is a real thing, ghosts I'm unsure of. I suppose that's what works about this movie, is it instills the fear of experiencing sleep paralysis in its viewers. Also some of the ways it maneuvered around the low budget was charming. But is it an informative documentary? Not at all. As a decent horror film, however, it succeeds.

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