A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

Ever since Wes Craven’s 1984 horror classic, I watched this on Halloween night. The entire thing. Dreams and nightmares happen to people, as long as you have to wake up fast. But sometimes, dreams can show you parts of your past, that you may remember or not, as well as some that can lead to the future.

Which is why you need to have good dreams, that really mean to you. Not the ones you hate the worst. However, it was all on everything when I watched this.

Long ago, a serial killer named Freddy Kruger, played by Jackie Earle Haley, was being hunted down by people’s parents. For he was doing naughty things that could haunt the kids at the kindergarten. For he was burned alive, in a boiler room he locked himself in.

However, he vowed revenge to get them, and get those kids as teenagers…in their dreams. Years went by, as he killed five victims, one which is a lady as she was there on the death of Kruger’s fate. As he killed her as the last thing Freddy Kruger would do, now that he’s dead.

Make sure you would have sweet dreams tonight. Even if you live on Elm Street or not. So for a good Halloween scare, 8/10 stars.

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