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Heather Langencamp is trying to put her nerves back together after a stalker disrupted the lives of her, her husband, and her child, Dylan. Meanwhile, an ominous force has chosen the person-hood of Freddy Krueger as its ticket into the real world. Suddenly, Heather's husband turns up dead, as does his crew working on a mechanical glove for a new Elm Street movie, and Dylan starts complaining about a man with knives for fingers that is warded off by his T-Rex doll. Calls to Robert Englund and Wes Craven reveal something is definitely wrong. After a visit to Wes, Heather begins to realize the only way to save her son and stop this evil force from coming into the real world is to play the role of Nancy Thompson one last time in an attempt to trap this demonic force in the stories of Elm Street once and for all...
Dieses mal nützt es nichts wenn du wach bleibst. (This Time, staying awake won't save You)
Also Known As:
A Nightmare on Elm Street 7: The Real Story
A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 7: Freddy's Finale
A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 7: The Ascension
The New Nightmare
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Title: New Nightmare
Release Date: October 14, 1994
Runtime: 112 mins
All Genres: Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
Sound: DTS-Stereo, DTS, Dolby Digital
IMDB Rating: 6.3
Buried.com Rating: 7.3 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With N
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for explicit horror violence and gore, and for language.
Heather Langenkamp ...Herself / Nancy Thompson
Robert Englund ...Freddy Krueger / Himself
Miko Hughes ...Dylan Porter
Wes Craven ...Himself
John Saxon ...Himself / Lt. Donald Thompson
Robert Shaye ...Himself
Sara Risher ...Herself
Marianne Maddalena ...Herself
David Newsom ...Chase Porter
Gretchen Oehler ...Script Supervisor
Jeff Davis ...Freddy's Hand Double (as Jeffrey John Davis)
Tracy Middendorf ...Julie
Cully Fredricksen ...Limo Driver
Matt Winston ...Charles 'Chuck' Wilson
Bodhi Elfman ...TV Studio P.A.
Rob LaBelle ...Terrance 'Terry' Feinstein
Sam Rubin ...Himself
Claudia Haro ...New Line Receptionist
Cindy Guidry ...Kim at New Line
Ray Glanzmann ...Highway Patrolman
yonda Davis ...Highway Patrolwoman
Michael Hagiwara ...Coroner
W. Earl Brown ...Morgue Attendant
Kenneth Zanchi ...Minister
Tuesday Knight ...Herself
Beans Morocco ...Graveyard Worker
Tamara Mark ...Patrice Englund
Fran Bennett ...Dr. Christine Heffner
Lin Shaye ...Nurse with Pills
Deborah Zara Kobylt ...Newscaster
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J. Peter Robinson
New Nightmare Horror Film Trailer 1
New Nightmare Horror Film Trailer 2
"Losing My Religion"
More Movie Taglines:
- Dieses mal nützt es nichts wenn du wach bleibst. (This Time, staying awake won't save You)
- From the creator of A Nightmare on Elm Street.
- Miss Me?
- This time the terror doesn't stop at the screen.
- On October 14th, terror no longer stops at the screen
- One, Two, Freddy's coming for you...
- He's Back, And He's Scarier Than Any Witch!
- This time, staying awake won't save you.
- Freddy Krueger: Miss me?
Freddy Krueger: Hey, Dillon. Ever play skin the cat?
Heather Langenkamp: Every kid knows who Freddy is. He's like Santa Claus... or King Kong or...
Dylan Porter: God wouldn't take me.
Freddy Krueger: Meet your maker.
- All of the earthquake sequences in the film were actually filmed one month prior to the Los Angeles quake of '94. The real quake struck only 2 weeks before the end of filming. Subsequently, a unit was sent out to film drive-by footage of actual quake damaged areas of the city before the end of filming. The cast and crew believed that the earthquake scenes that were filmed before the real quake struck were perhaps a bit overdone, but when viewed after the real quake hit, all were frightened by the realism of it.
The "bio-engineered" hand/glove that Freddy uses in this film (as opposed to the glove used in the prior films) is actually derived from the artwork of the theatrical poster and video box covers of A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).
Lin Shaye, who appears as a nurse, also played the teacher in A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).
Heather is asked if she has a pass to which she replies, "Screw your pass." This is taken directly from A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).
The clothes worn by 'Heather Langenkamp (I)' and John Saxon towards the end of the film are the exact same clothes they wore in A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).
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