A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream MasterDirector: Renny Harlin
The dreams of innocent children once again fall victim to everyone's favorite bogeyman Freddy Krueger in A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master. New Line has done a good job on this 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer. Also included on this disc is a pan-and-scan version of the film. The colors in the image tend to look very well saturated with only a small amount of bleeding in a few scenes. This is generally a very solid transfer with even flesh tones and dark black levels. The audio is presented in a newly remixed 5.1 soundtrack (as well as the original 2.0 soundtrack). This new mix is very good with some excellent surround sounds filtering out through both the front and rear speakers. All aspects of the dialogue, effects, and music are free of any excessive distortion or hiss. Also included on this disc are English captions. The only extra features available on this edition of A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master are some cast and crew bios, the original theatrical trailer, and some DVD-ROM content. While the video and audio portions of the disc are good, the box set of all seven films is recommended for true fans.
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- New Line Home Video
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- [Full Frame, Wide Screen]
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Cast & Crew
|Robert Englund||Freddy Krueger|
|Linnea Quigley||Soul from Freddy's Chest|
|Hope-Marie Carlton||Pin Up Girl|
|Jacquelyn Masche||Joey's Mom|
|Mickey Yablans||Buddy in Locker Room|
|Audrey M. Bansmer||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Kevin Benson||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Chris Biggs||Special Effects|
|Jim Doyle||Special Effects|
|Image Engineering||Special Effects|
|Screaming Mad George||Makeup Special Effects|
|Brian Helgeland||Original Story,Screenwriter|
|Dream Quest Images||Special Effects|
|Magical Media Industries||Makeup Special Effects|
|Steve Johnson||Makeup,Makeup Special Effects|
|Karen Koch||Associate Producer,Production Manager|
|Steve Maslow||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Thomas A. O'Connor||Art Director,Production Designer|
|William R. Perry||Stunts|
|D. Kerry Prior||Special Effects|
|Sara Risher||Executive Producer|
|Craig Safan||Score Composer|
|C.J. Strawn||Production Designer|
|Mick Strawn||Production Designer|
|Mary Ellen Woods||Asst. Director|
|Kevin Yagher||Makeup Special Effects|
0. Scene Selection
1. Oprning Titles/Freddy's Not Home [:57]
2. Not Again [3:54]
3. Avoid all Contact Day [2:20]
4. Daydreamer [:03]
5. "This Ain't My Dreamland" [4:50]
6. Joey's Last Stand [2:21]
7. "Swish, Killed A Fish" [:56]
8. The Nurse's Office [5:03]
9. Diner News [:32]
10. "Why the Haunted House?" [1:58]
11. Dream Cuisine [:02]
12. "Reach Out and Touch Someone" [2:03]
13. "I Don't Smoke" [1:44]
14. Learning Is Fun [:53]
15. In The Flesh [:14]
16. Mortal Combat [2:47]
17. "Mind Over Matter" [2:06]
18. Survivors Prepare [2:11]
19. Dream Date [4:24]
20. A Slice Of Life [:08]
21. Repeat Perforrmances [3:38]
22. Lights Out [:07]
23. Combat Ready [3:31]
24. "I Am Eternal" [:01]
25. "Rest In Hell" [4:45]
26. Make A Wish [1:18]
27. End Credits [2:24]
Jump to a Nightmare
"He's Coming Back For Us"
"You Shouldn't Have Buried Me. I'm Not Dead"
"How's This For A Sweet Dream"
"I Want To Draw Some Blood"
"How Sweet, Freshmeat"
"You Wanna Suck Face?"
"I Love Soul Food"
"No Pain, No Gain"
"Welcome To Wonderland, Alice"
Cast & Crew
Brooke Thesis (Debbie)
Rodney Eastman (Joey)
Lisa Wilcox (Alice)
Tuesday Knight (Kristen)
Andras Jones (Rick)
Toy Newkirk (Sheila)
Renny Harlin (Director)
Robert Shaye (Producer)
Sara Risher (Executive Producer)
Rachel Talalay (Producer)
Ken Sagoes (Kincaid)
Steve Fierberg (Director of Photography)
Robert Englund (Freddy)
Danny Hassel (Dan)
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This film is among the most creative in the series. As the New Line Cinema film strip penetrates the screen and Tuesday Knight's lyrics engulf you, A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master sets itself apart from other run-of-the-mill horror sequels. It is cathartic to watch the main character Alice, played by Lisa Wilcox, gain strength and battle Freddy in an all out good vs. evil confrontation. This is Renny Harlin's first film. He later on directed films such as A Long Kiss Goodnight, Deep Blue Sea, and Cutthroat Island. Renny's directing creativity along with Lisa Wilcox's quality as an actress makes the film worth watching.
Picking up were Nightmare on ELm.Street 3 left off,the gifted Kirsten(Tuesday Knight)is still having Freddy nightmares,until her friends Kincaid(Ken Sagoes)and Joey(Rodbey Eastman)get killed in thier sleep,she embarks into another fright feast!Now her friend,Alice(Lisa Wilcox)must help before she dies too!Robert Englund's 4th proformance as the dream killer.A must see.