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  • Actors: Heather Langenkamp, Robert Englund, Craig Wasson, Patricia Arquette, Ken Sagoes
  • Directors: Chuck Russell
  • Writers: Chuck Russell, Bruce Wagner, Frank Darabont, Wes Craven
  • Producers: Niki Marvin, Rachel Talalay, Robert Shaye
  • Format: Widescreen, NTSC, Import, Full Screen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Universal Music Group
  • Release Date: Aug. 27 2002
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 0780630866

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Born the bastard son of a hundred maniacs, demented killer Freddy Krueger is back for fresh victims in this hallucinatory shocker co-written by original creator Wes Craven (Scream 1, 2 and 3). The last of the Elm Street kids are now in a psychiatric ward where Freddy haunts their dreams with unspeakable horrors. Their only hope is dream researcher and fellow survivor Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp of the original "Nightmare"), who helps them battle the supernatural psycho on his own hellish turf.

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By Tommy Skylar TOP 500 REVIEWER on Aug. 16 2012
Format: DVD
The original 1984 Nightmare On Elm Street remains an absolute classic of the horror genre and even a legion of sequels couldn’t ruin or undermine its importance or the fact that it’s a great horror flick. Although for a genre of films that makes money on a franchise having numerous sequels (let’s face it those movies cost very little to make and have the potential to generate big revenues) I thought they completely missed with the sequel, Freddy’s Revenge and it added nothing to the original and superior nightmare. A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (the first of three nightmares with the word “dream” in its title) succeeds were the first sequel failed. This is one example of a sequel that actually works; it doesn’t mess with the original storyline (Freddy doesn’t just rip out of people’s bodies this time around), introduces new elements that add something to the original film, we see some of the previous characters, and it has all the things that makes it a great Nightmare film. Director Wes Craven returns to create was at the time intended as the final ANOES movie but of course we all know how that turned out…). The intention was there and Craven coming back certainly helped. They knew they messed up with the second film and a third would be their opportunity to end it up as trilogy and do so properly. Dream Warriors is to me one of the best horror sequels and is one that is actually worth watching, I can get people not liking the sequels but DW is a solid horror film and comes very close to the first.

The concept this time is that kids are put basically in a mental institution for various reasons and each of them is haunted in their dreams by Freddy Krueger.
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By abe on July 8 2004
Format: VHS Tape
a burnt up freak is nasty to look at and child murder is disgusting in the very least.at least theyre teens so its not quite as bad.the teens are in a asylum in this one and freddy comes to thier dreams to hack them up again.they explore dream powers and use them to ward off his attacks.if you let your kids under 12 at minimum watch this,someone should lock you up.even at 12,this is an abselute minimum.16 is far better.wes craven dreamt this one up.his movies-with the freddy exceptions-all suck!#3 is the best of them all!scary?not really.intense?you bet!a nurse chick takes off her top just before trying to kill one of the patients.she was really freddy who used the dudes wet nurse dream to lure him into a deadly trap.as with all the freddy flicks,all the male stars are losers and the chicks arefly by night hussies.the special effects rock in this one.there are 8 parts to this series now,the last one where freddy and jason went at it.who knows whats next.i thought up freddy vs jason in the mid 80s.hollywood is just so slow.
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Sigh... it seems the further I delve into the 'Nightmare on Elm Street' movie series, the more underwhelmed by the 'scariness' of it all. Was this stuff really considered horrific when it first came out? Personally, I think it's more of an unintentional comedy, 'cuz I laugh most at the nightmare/death scenes, rather than get all shocked an grossed out by them.
On the upside, I found quite a few of the various deaths and gags shown here rather creative, if not particularly chilling. The blood-vessel-stringed marionette sleepwalk, the giant Freddy-worm tryin' to chow down on a potential victim, one little lady's "big break in TV", Freddy's syringe-finger attack, and the wheelchair-from-hell were some of the more entertaining pieces in this flick. I also kinda liked the return of a couple characters from the first 'Nightmare' to help out our little wacko-ward-imprisoned dream warriors. Might as well try to get the fans of the original flick to come on down to the 'Plex after the downright silliness of Part 2, heh. Speakin' of the dream warriors: another cool angle they threw in here was that of the heroine leading a group of teenagers against the main man to try & take him out once and for all-- which, judging from the subsequent sequels, was ultimately unsuccessful. Which reminds me of what that kid in 'Last Action Hero' said: "Ya can't die 'til the grosses go down!" And yes, I DO like 'Last Action Hero', thank you very much! And yes, I AM ashamed of this fact...
Also included-- with the help of a mysterious nun-- are a couple more revelations regarding the origin and back-story of everybody's fave undead Christmas-sweatered dreamland slasher, which judging from the films I've seen seems to be a standard gimmick they throw into each 'Nightmare' flick.
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Format: DVD
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: -Dream Warrior's.. -1987.
Is the best out of them all.. -But is no excuse too
ignore the zany Part 2. -Freddy's Revenge. -Executive
producer. -Wes Craven.. -No what he was going two do.. -Is two
deliver a power house bomb.. -So he did.. -With the
clever.. -Dream Warrior's. -I herd that Robert Englund
did a pitch.. -Which was; -"Welcome too Prime time..!
Bitch..!" -Great line.. -Mr. -Englund.. -I've also
enjoy the beginning sequence.. -Such as Kristen ho
gets two sleep.. -Wake's up in the yard of the old
Thompson House.. -Now decaying and Rotting.. -Kriten
here's scratching noise.. -Which is Freddy's own
Claw.. -Kristen walk's up two the house.. -What is
the best thing of this sequel.. -That we get the Elm
street children.. -Jump roping.. -Singing that 1, 2
Freddy's, -comming for you.."? -I loved that tone it
has.. -A lot better then what Jesse Walsh's
sister in her bedroom..!
I also love the scene where Kristen is running from
Freddy after a huge explosion in the furnace.. -As
we see the skulls of dead children.. -What a moment..!
that was.. -And, -finding the butchard children
hanging in his hellish room.. -Which has full of
them..! -Really creepy..!
Then Kristen wakes up a scream.. -Run's in the bathroom..?
she turns on the sink.. -As Freddy's arm pops up two
life.. -A memorable moment their..? -But their are a
lot of memorable moment's in the Mental Hospital..?
Such as the girl getting her head suck in the T.V.
Set.. -By the powerless evil Freddy..? -I've also enjoy
where the kid walk's like a puppeter at the begining of
the hospital..! -And Freddy make's him fall's too
his timely death..
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