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New Nightmare (1994)After the nightmare of Freddy has completely terminated and no one dreamed of his presence, the filmmakers have decided to set up a film depicting the life of the monster. Nancy with her husband and her son Chase Little Dylan went to the studio but something unexpected happened...Keywords:
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Actors of "New Nightmare (1994)"
Characters of "New Nightmare (1994)"
Directors of "New Nightmare (1994)"Wes CravenBirthdate: 2 August 1939, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Creators of "New Nightmare (1994)"Wes CravenBirthdate: 2 August 1939, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Critic Reviews of "New Nightmare (1994)"Chicago ReaderApril 05, 2010
This one's defeated by the rigid formula.VarietyMarch 26, 2009
Englund once again is in bravura form as Freddy, playing as much for nasty laughs as unnerving shocks.Time OutJune 24, 2006
The climactic punch-up fails to match the power of the first film's true ending, but in deconstructing his own bastardised creation, Craven redeems both the series and his own tarnished reputation.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
An ingenious, cathartic exercise in illusion and fear.Globe and MailApril 12, 2002
An intricately constructed horror film, it not only takes you to hell and back, but thoroughly engages the mind as well as the emotions.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 01, 2000
I haven't been exactly a fan of the Nightmare series, but I found this movie, with its unsettling questions about the effect of horror on those who create it, strangely intriguing.Projected FiguresJune 26, 2016
If Pirandello penned a self-reflexive slasher, it might be like this.Cinema CrazedOctober 15, 2012
This is the finale Freddy deserved and Wes Craven delivered.Reel Film ReviewsOctober 19, 2010
Wes Craven returns to the series that he started with what is undoubtedly its strongest entry...Georgia StraightJuly 06, 2010
The only really jump-inducing bit is a direct rip-off from the first Nightmare film, when Freddy's slimy tongue pokes out at Langenkamp from a phone receiver.Film4April 05, 2010
It's scary, intelligent and highly recommended.TV GuideApril 05, 2010
Craven never gets heavy with a message, focusing instead on breaking new, scary ground and (presumably) making a decisive finish to the franchise he invented.
Gallery of "New Nightmare (1994)"