Nightmare on Elm Street

Nightmare on Elm Street

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Director: Chuck Russell, Jack Sholder, Rachel Talalay, Renny Harlin

Cast: Chuck Russell, Jack Sholder, Rachel Talalay, Renny Harlin

     
 

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This impressive eight-disc set from Warner contains everything anyone could ever want to know about the fictional baddie Freddy Kruger. The set contains all seven films in the series: A Nightmare on Elm Street, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream…  See more details below

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This impressive eight-disc set from Warner contains everything anyone could ever want to know about the fictional baddie Freddy Kruger. The set contains all seven films in the series: A Nightmare on Elm Street, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, and Wes Craven's New Nightmare. The eighth disc is loaded with goodies, including rare television appearances by Kruger. Fans of this successful horror series should greatly enjoy this fine package, guaranteeing many future generations will feel a tingle at their spine when they here the screech of Freddy's distinctive manicure.

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Teens in the '80s looking to be scared out of their wits got the man of their dreams in horror icon Freddy Krueger. And Freddy can still cause nightmares -- just take a look at the seven terrifying installments gathered here. From A Nightmare on Elm Street to The Final Nightmare and the clever follow-up Wes Craven's New Nightmare, the series created by horrormeister Wes Craven delivers a coffin-full of grisly chills and thrills. A bonus CD, The Nightmare Series: Encyclopedia, reveals the secrets behind the slashes.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/21/1999
UPC:
0794043478826
Rating:
R
Source:
New Line Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Mono, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]

Special Features

Closed Caption; Widescreen version; Original mono soundtrack and newly remixed Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound; Commentary by writer/director Wes Craven, director of photography Jacques Haitkin, actors Heather Langenkamp and John Saxon; Cast and crew biographies from the original theatrical press kit; Scene navigation; DVD-ROM content:; Interactive screen play; Trivia game; Up to the minute cast and crew biographies with web links

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Heather Langenkamp Nancy Thompson,Herself
John Saxon Lt. Thompson
Mark Patton Jesse Walsh
Robert Englund Freddy Krueger,Robert Englund
Ken Kirzinger Jason Vorhees
Kim Myers Lisa Webber
Lisa Wilcox Alice
Lisa Zane Maggie
Patricia Arquette Kristen Parker
Ronee Blakley Marge Thompson
Kelly Minter Yvonne
Laurence Fishburne Max
Monica Keena Lori
Robert Rusler Ron Grady
Rodney Eastman Joey
Shon Greenblatt John
Amanda Wyss Tina Gray
Clu Gulager Mr. Walsh
Danny Hassel Dan,Danny
Jason Ritter Will
Lezlie Deane Tracy
Miko Hughes Dylan
Priscilla Pointer Dr. Elizabeth Simms
Andras Jones Rick
Craig Wasson Dr. Neil Goldman
David Newsom Chase Porter
Hope Lange Mrs. Walsh
Joe Seely Mark
Kelly Rowland Kia
Nick Corri Rod Lane
Rick Logan Carlos
Erika Anderson Greta
Johnny Depp Glen Lantz
Tracy Middendorf Julie
Tuesday Knight Kristen
Ken Sagoes Kincaid

Technical Credits
Chuck Russell Director
Jack Sholder Director
Rachel Talalay Director
Renny Harlin Director
Ronny Yu Director
Stephen Hopkins Director
Wes Craven Director

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Scene Index

Side#1--
0. Scene Selection
1. Opening Titles/ Meet the Glove. [1:12]
2. You Gotta Stop That Kind of Dreaming. [2:29]
3. "I'm So Glad You Guys Could Come Over Tonight." [2:13]
4. "There's Something Out There." [2:18]
5. The Call of the Wild. [2:33]
6. A Bloody Mess. [1:49]
7. "She Didn't Want to Sleep Alone." [2:14]
8. Captured. [3:11]
9. Hamlet Hijack. [:26]
10. Rod Sings. [2:00]
11. Splash. [2:45]
12. Guarding Nancy. [:43]
13. Feather Bed. [4:44]
14. Hung Up. [:44]
15. The Hat Comes Back. [2:07]
16. "You're Dead." [:05]
17. "Mommy Killed Him." [2:41]
18. "Midnight, Baseball Bats, and Boogey Men." [:01]
19. No Way Out. [2:40]
20. It's a Gusher. [5:05]
21. Survivalist. [1:03]
22. Finding Freddy. [:06]
23. Fight Fire with Fire. [2:20]
24. "You're Shit." [1:49]
25. End Credits. [4:17]

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Nightmare on Elm Street 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
music_reading3997 More than 1 year ago
cheap productino for an awesome series! definetly
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this box set and even though must of the movies aren't as great then others.I still love this box set.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this series so much! Recomend for any Freddy fan!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I literaly grew up watching this stuff. I saw #3 when I was 6 and was hooked. Point blank, if you're looking at this box then you probably have seen most of them already. #2 stinks and #5 isn't so great either. Funny thing to see is on the bonus features disk, watching the director of #2 try to justify why his movie was so terrible. Best of all, it doesn't have the Freddy vs. Jason mvovie. That flick was a steamer and I don't mean train engine.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i love these movies my fav are 1,3,4,6,new nightmare and the bonus disk is cool i grew up watching this and loved them all
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
7,8 Better Stay Up Late! This Ultimate Collection Is Really Great And Frightening For Anyone, except anyone under 17 should not ever watch these films even little children 7 years and younger because these movies WILL give them Nightmares in their peaceful naps and sleep.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A Nightmare on Elm Street was my first horror movie and I've been hooked ever since. If you are a true classic horror fan this collection is for you. There is so much in this collection that I had no idea about. There are so many extras that you could be there for hour upon hours just watching them all.
Guest More than 1 year ago
THIS COLLECTION HAS IT ALL WITH A SPECIAL NIGHTMARE ENCYCLOPEDIA YOU CAN FIND OUT HOW THEY MADE FREDDY SO SCARY IT WILL KEEP YOU ON THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT NEVER HAVE WE SEEN A HORROR CHARACTER WITH CHARISMA LIKE FREDDY!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Nightmare on Elm Street to me was the first real scary movie of our time. Although, I really think the others were not as good as the first(except for New Nightmare) the other six are very good. Freddy was the best idea anyone could come up with.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A nigtmare on elm street is the best of the best! It's the kind of horror movie that WILL keep you up with the lights on sucking your thumb with the doors locked and the curtins closed. Belive me if you love getting scared then watch the damn movie at night!
Guest More than 1 year ago
before i got this big box set i have only seen one of the nightmare on elm street's so when i got this it was great beacause i could watch them ne time i want
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have just recieved this beautiful boxed set yesterday. I have seen all of the Nightmare on Elm Street films and they are the most imaginative horror series of all time. The first Nightmare on Elm Street is the ultimate horror movie out there, the writer and director of this film has truly created the most horrifying character known as Freddy Krueger. The second film Freddy's Revenge is okay, we learn a little bit more about Freddy and his dark ways and what he can do in order to get into the real world. A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors is another great film, not because we see the return of the star of the first film but we actually see a group of people struggling out of their own personal holes that they have dug themselves into, suddenly climb out and try to fight their against their fears. The fourth installment The Dream Master, introduces us to Alice who has the special ability to control other people's dreams and to absorb each of her friends' qaulities and use them in order to confront Freddy. The fifth installment The Dream Child, welcomes back Alice from The Dream Master, in this installment, she is pregnant and Freddy is back for his usual tricks in tormenting new teenagers in Springwood, this time he is trying to get into the dreams of Alice's unborn child Jacob, Alice must confront Freddy once again in his dream world and try to put an end to his reign of terror. The seemingly final installment Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare promises us that Freddy Krueger is dead for good. Freddy manipulates a young man in leading him to his estranged daughter while entering the dreams of other unstable foster children and delivering some more of his dark humor, it all leads down to an ultimate showdown between father and daughter. This is one of the films in the series that could have been better. It is nice to see some 3D elements in the film. The last film in the series is Wes Craven's New Nightmare where the star of the first and third movie returns as herself, a struggling actress who is having problems with her own son, she starts to have nightmares about the fictional character of Freddy Krueger but this time he is much more darker than the original Freddy, it seems that this character is real and is out to bring pain and torture to everyone who is involved in the new Nightmare movie that Wes Craven himself who makes an appearance in the film. The film is new and unique. It delivers all the thrills and chills that most Nightmare on Elm Street films incorporate. Overall this boxed set is for anyone who is into the whole horror generation. The eighth disc is also filled with some really cool extra features.
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it great it you want to get sacard than see this 1.2 freedy comeing for you