A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 - The Dream Master details
|Starring:||Robert Englund, Brooke Theiss, Hope Marie Carlton, Rodney Eastman, Lisa Wilcox, Tuesday Knight, Ken Sagoes|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
|Collections:||100 Horror Films|
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 - The Dream Master
|Run time:||1 hour 29 minutes|
|Rental release:||25 Jun 2001|
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They just keep comingBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Yes , hes back...and yes he is after you again, so dont fall asleep whilst watching it..you know what will happen.
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Average Freddy MovieBy Alexander-UK (128 reviews) , 02 Jul 2013I think is just slightly better than the second Freddy and no where near as good as 1 and 3. Freddy is funny still in this movie but he does seem to be getting tired and the story line seems to be getting tired with it as it gets past number 3. Not the worst horror to date but you won't look feel like it was as good as Freddy movies should be.
floggin itBy cheesekake (1495 reviews) from uk , 08 Apr 2012not too good either, yes I can understand their reasoning for creating more Freddy series in the films, but they really shouldve left it with the first one.
not a bad film but once you've seen it youv'e seen it
This is no nightmare!By latchy (23 reviews) from Spennymoor , 25 Mar 2011After watching the third one and thinking it was alright I thought I'd give this one a watch.This film is more of a comedy than a horror it just isn't scary any more and it's also getting very prdictable.
A Return To Force : Freddy's back!By Richie77777 (274 reviews) from Essex , 29 Jan 2011After a dismal third installment this is a return to form for the Elm Street horror Franchise. Freddie gets back to the basics of the first and second movies and doesnt have to face any wizards or, 'Cartoon' characters!
We are introduced to three friends sharing the same dream - it looked like it could go the same way as the previous film but instead of joining up and possessing fancial, (farcial too) powers this is a more realistic set of dreams.
This film contains some gems : a Freddy claw / (Jaws like scene) come out of the sea, Freddy in shades, a greetings from hell postcard, the leaping into a black and white film in the cinema, Freddie ordering what can only be described as a frightening pizza, (which you would not want to be served!)
This installment also differs since Freddie is now serving up one liners, which I quite enjoyed. However, we are once again presented with shameful acting from the rest of the cast. Although it did seem to improve as the film drew on.
Alice's, (the main character) friends are taken out one by one and I found Debbie the human cockroach disturbing but not as much as when Freddie masquerades as a nurse!
As is a staple in horror movies a lot of people die and its almost comical that it is happening so often and quickly. (Maybe I've seen too many horror movies!)
It runs along nicely and doesn't try to deviate outside of its previously tested parametres : Alice's mother's concern over her not sleeping and her not being believed, and that house yes that house!
It deserves its three stars.
Who Dreams This UpBy ZiggyTheKid (86 reviews) from Dundee , 04 Nov 2010This franchise started to wear thin after the first installment, it is no wonder that the fourth film in this never ending series is the same bag of old tricks dragged out on show once more for it's many fans(a few still exist)to revel in the low par hack and slash standards that are present in this chapter.