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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
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UPC: 794043138911
UPC 14: 00794043138911
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"If You Don't Wake Up Screaming, You Won't Wake Up At All..."|If You Don't Wake Up Screaming, You Won't Wake Up At All...
"1, 2, Freddy's coming for you." And here he is, phantom fiend Freddy Krueger in all his razor-fingered infamy. Wes Craven (Scream movies) directs this trendsetting first in the slash-hit series. The premise is simple: Freddy (Robert Englund) homicidally haunts the sleep of Elm Street teens. The results are terrifying and mind-blowingly innovative. There's another film debut too: Johnny Depp. He plays the ready steady of the hottie mcsmarty (Heather Langenkamp) who figures a clever way to flambe the fiend. But ever-say-die Freddy will be 3, 4 back for more...even returning to the screen in a killer 2010 remake of this diabolical original. Sweet dreams!

"...smarter than your average teen horror movie.  Classic-Horror
"...a worthy successor to the classic monsters of yesteryear.  Steve Biodrowski, Hollywood Gothiqu
"...a highly imaginative horror film...  Variety

Editor's Note
A hellish, razor-fingered monster enters the dreams of the teenage residents of a bucolic town and systematically slaughters them in their sleep--until one courageous young woman does battle with the predatory fiend. An excellent, surprisingly surrealistic genre entry from the master, Wes Craven.
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Video Features Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1
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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: New Line
Video Release Date Release Date: 4/13/2010
Video Play Time Running Time: 91 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1984
Video UPC UPC: 00794043138911
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

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Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

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Cast & Crew
Video Cast Info Ronee Blakley
Video Cast Info John Saxon
Video Cast Info Heather Langenkamp
Video Cast Info Robert Englund
Video Cast Info Johnny Depp
Video Cast Info Amanda Wyss
Video Cast Info Jsu Garcia
Video Cast Info Charles Fleisher
Video Cast Info Joseph Whipp
Video Cast Info Lin Shaye
Video Cast Info Jack Shea
Video Cast Info Joe Unger
Video Cast Info Mimi Craven
Video Cast Info Ed Call
Video Cast Info Jacques Haitkin - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Charles Bernstein - Composer
Video Cast Info David B. Miller - Special Makeup Effects
Video Cast Info Wes Craven - Director
Plot Summary
A replusive, decaying figure with razor-sharp appendages (and an even sharper sense of humor!) suddenly appears in the dreams of four Los Angeles teenagers. It is the ghost of Freddy Krueger, a suspected child murderer killed long ago by the neighborhood parents. Now he's able to exact his bloody vengeance by killing the teens off, one by one, as they sleep.| Finally just one girl remains. Desperately, she tries to stay awake by every means possible, but even pills and massive amounts of coffee wear off sometime -- and when they do, she'll have to battle Freddy for her very life.| It's her worst nightmare ... and it's coming true.

Professional Reviews

Variety
"...A highly imaginative horror film that provides the requisite shocks to keep fans of the genre happy....Wes Craven tantalizingly merges dreams with the ensuing wakeup reality..." 11/07/1984

Premiere
"Freddy became a mythic figure." 04/01/2004 p.62

Ultimate DVD
5 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his is one of the few truly nightmarish horror movies ever made." 10/01/2006 p.108

Entertainment Weekly
"[S]ome of the effects remain nicely repulsive; Freddy himself comes across as a genuinely nasty piece of work..." -- Grade: B- 10/27/2006 p.58

Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "Craven knows which big, red Freudian buttons to push, turning Freddy into a true monster from the Id." 11/01/2010

DVDBeaver.com 7 of 10
A Nightmare on Elm Street is the first installment in the dragged-on Nightmare series. A few characters are introduced and then, often, hacked to bits. The plot involves former Child Molester Fred Krueger, previously killed burned to death by neighborhood children's parents. He returns in their dreams killing off more kids in individual gruesome fashion. The appeals to those keen on these particular "slash thriller" movies. personally I prefer the more "traditional" and refined horror cinema of the black and white variety. - Gary W. Tooze

ReelViews 9 of 10
The dream - or nightmare - is a staple of the modern horror movie. After all, even as manipulative as the device is, it's still a proven way to jolt an audience. Filmmaker Wes Craven understood this bit of cinematic psychology when he concocted the central idea behind A Nightmare on Elm Street, a title intended to be an exploration of surreal horror as opposed to just another slice-and-dice slasher movie...The primary element that elevates A Nightmare on Elm Street above many of its contemporaries is that the storyline invites intellectual participation. In addition to offering the visceral thrills that are necessary in a genre entry, Craven's screenplay works on another level. - James Berardinelli

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