A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 - Freddy's Revenge details
|Starring:||Robert Rusler, Mark Patton, Kim Myers, Robert Englund, Clu Gulager, Hope Lange|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
|Collections:||100 Horror Films, LOVEFiLM Staff Picks, The Ultimate Halloween Collection|
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 - Freddy's Revenge
|Run time:||1 hour 22 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
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FREDDIE FLOPBy Colin Thornton from BEDFORD-GOING TO TWICKENHAM AGAIN , 22 May 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Maybe it's me but this was not a patch on the first one.
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greatBy theleedon (71 reviews) from Birmingham , 02 Aug 2008loved it wish they would make more freddy fillms
a nightmare on elm street 2By superbabe (61 reviews) from Doncaster , 20 Jun 2008as with dream master seen it before
Good old classicBy neifer (1 review) from Ipswich , 12 Jun 2008Just a classic film, crap graphics but just an all time favourite robert england is just absolutley amazing!! def a must see if you havent!! if you have time watch them all in order!!!!!
Awful, awful filmBy a customer from Southampton , 23 May 2008
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideThere are so many things wrong with this film it is hard to know where to start. Ignoring the fact that the plot makes no sense, acting is rubbish and the main character screams like a 10 year old girl, the whole principle of the original is completely ignored. From being the man who kills you in your dreams, Freddy suddenly appears in the 'real' world to terrorize a pool party by possessing the main character.
Long story short if you are expecting a good horror film and sequel do not watch this but if you would like a few quick laughs at numerous unintentional gay references and funny acting/special effects then i would definitely recommend this film.
There's a Jesse on the phone.By daftdracula (9 reviews) from Glasgow , 28 Feb 2008THE best film ever made, surely. Surely? No Oscars? What do they know! Clearly nothing about sexuality, unlike the makers of this movie who use Freddy as a vehicle for an inner homosexual urge! How d'you like THAT, dad?
While it's been tarred and nudged aside by rabid Elm Street fans, the rest of us should embrace this clumsy masterpiece!