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A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
Year:
1987
Country:
USA
Genre:
Thriller, Mystery, Fantasy, Horror
IMDB rating:
6.3
Director:
Chuck Russell
Heather Langenkamp as Nancy Holbrook
Craig Wasson as Neil Gordon
Patricia Arquette as Kristen Parker
Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger
Ken Sagoes as Roland Kincaid
Rodney Eastman as Joey Crusel
Bradley Gregg as Phillip
Ira Heiden as Will
Penelope Sudrow as Jennifer
John Saxon as Thompson
Priscilla Pointer as Dr. Elizabeth Simms
Clayton Landey as Lorenzo
Storyline: Picking up where the original Nightmare left off, Nancy has grown up and become a psychiatrist specializing in dream therapy. She meets a group of children at a local hospital facing Freddy Krueger, the same demon she once encountered in her sleep. One of them is Kristen, who has the power to draw other people into her dreams. Working with a male doctor assigned to the case, Nancy helps the kids realize their special abilities within the nightmare world. When Freddy captures one of her charges, she leads a rescue attempt into Krueger's domain, in hopes of putting his spirit to rest once and for all.
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Reviews
Cheesy kids adventure movie
This movie starts the 80's child version of Ghostbusters or a some comic book hero team like kid Avengers in the A Nightmare On Elm Street series which is repeated also next sequels. I guess I've should known that from title(Dream Warriors...) which is like a kids adventure movie name and the content is also that too. There's some good elements like mental institution as an environment. Characters in the movie are so cliché that its incredibly generic 80's childish adventure movie; one black bad ass, one handicap, one shy girl, one loud girl etc. And the most stupid thing, they become superheroes in their dreams. Together they try to save their lives and/or dreams from Freddy Kruger. Many bad ideas are first time in this movie and repeated in other sequels. Recasting Heather Langenkamp to this movie was not a good idea, her character is unnecessary to the story. There's also quite stupid ways to die like to be smashed into TV and bad Freddy jokes. From here it goes even worse in next the sequels, more and more bad jokes and unnecessarily brutal, long and dull ways to kill. Unfortunately Wes Craven's presence in writing the story and screenplay doesn't make this film near as good as the original ANOES. If you ask me I recommend you to skip all these sequels to 6th and watch the first part and 6th.
2014-08-30
The Dream Warriors Must Battle Freddy Once And For All.
This third entry in the series is one of the better ones. Wes Craven gets the writing credits on this one, which could be why it is better than the second installment and the rest to follow.

Kristin Parker (Patricia Arquette) is sent to a mental hospital when her mother believes she is trying to commit suicide. The truth is Freddy is killing the teenagers in the dreams, and making it look like suicide. Nancy and the other kids sent to the hospital must battle the evil entity lurking their dreams. They get help from a doctor and Nancy Thompson, who is now a psychologist specializing in dreams. Can Nancy and these dream warriors stop Krueger? There's only one way to find out.
2015-09-03
The best of the nightmare on elm street movies!!!
After seeing the original nightmare on elm street several times as well as the 3rd installment, I can safely say that this one is slightly better than the original, although many will disagree with me. You have to appreciate and give credit where credit is due obviously to the creation of Nightmare on elm street by wes craven due to the fact that it was very cutting edge for its time and revolutionized the horror genre, great concept, but Nightmare on Elm Street 3 takes its to a whole other level by building and elaborating on the first one which I believe simply just layed the ground work. First of all, Wes Craven wrote the third installment unlike the rest of the nightmare sequels which are all absolutely awful, thus explaining why this one picks up where part one left off bringing back the original cast of characters to once again do battle with Krueger. This one has so much more to offer than the first in regards to the actual orgin of freddy krueger and why he is what he is. The special effects are state of the art for the time and still hold up, the acting is superb from patricia arquette and the movie is the most entertaining from start to finish compared to the other nightmare installments, excellent and creative ways used to kill the children of elm street in this one, with a killer soundtrack by Dokken, great piece of nostalgia from the killer 80's metal era. If youre a nightmare fan, this ones for you, see the original first, skip part 2, watch this one, and forget the ones after this one even exsist. 9 out of 10. Great!!!
2003-10-28
This sequel seems to be less darker than the original and the 1985 sequel but it's extremely well made sequel that made Freddy a star.
When a terrified teen named Kristen (Patricia Arquette) is been stalked by a killer in her dreams by the name of Freddy (Robert Englund). When she wakes up, without knowing that she slits her wrist. She been sent to a mental hospital for troubled teens. When a new young psychiatrist specializing in Dream Thearpy is by the name of Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp). When Nancy finds out that Freddy stills haunt the frighten teens and knowing what Kristen is talking about. Most of the teens are now dreaming about the killer in their sleep. Nancy and Dr. Neil Gordon (Craig Wasson) are helping the teens to fight Freddy back with their dream powers and their help.

Directed by Chuck Russell (The Blob-1988, Eraser, The Mask) made an excellent scary sequel, which is closer to the spirit of the original Nightmare. This film has excellent visual effects are the highlight of this one, which is done by Oscar-Winning effects house "Dream Quest Images" (The Abyss, The Crow, Total Recall). This movie has good clever plot twists and it has the best cast from the series, including:Jennifer Rubin (Screamers), Bradley Gregg (Fire in the Sky), Rodney Eastman (The Caveman's Valentine), Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix Trilogy), John Saxon (Enter the Dragon) and Priscilla Pointer (Carrie).

DVD has an strong anamorphic Widescreen (1.85:1) transfer (also in Pan & Scan) and an excellent digitally remastered-Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. DVD also has the original theatrical trailer, Jump to a Nightmare Opinion and Cast & Crew information. On the "Elm Street" Series Box Set in the eighth disc. The DVD has interviews with the Cast & Crew, a Music Video and Bits moments from MTV with Englund's appearance as Freddy.

This was a much bigger hit than the previous two "Elm Street" films. This film has amusing cameos by Dick Cavett and Sza Sza Gabor, who play themselves on Television in a memorable scene. Englund as Freddy has some amusing memorable one-liners. Written by Wes Craven (The Hills Have Eyes, The Last House on the Left, Shocker), Frank Darabont (The Green Mile, The Majestic, The Shawshank Redemption), director:Russell and Bruce Wagner (I'm Losing You). From a Story by Craven and Wagner. Do not miss this imaginatively directed flick. (****/*****).
2006-01-05
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, Review
It's a very good thing that Wes craven returned to help write the third installment in the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. Not only an improvement from its predecessor, but also a visually stunning, inventive & frightening film with fleshed out characters that you will feel sympathy for and get behind. This movie is with a doubt one of the best films in the film series. It has the perfect balance of comedic and terrifying Freddy. Although clearly no match for the 1984 classic It's still a strong film, and arguably the best sequel when compared to it's predecessor & most of the sequels that came after it. All of the special effects are amazing and the story is original. Very few plot holes now and there but nevertheless a great entry. seven out of ten.
2017-09-08
My favorite in the series, definitely the best sequel.
By the time I was 10, I'd seen all of the series up to that point(born in 1989, Freddy VS Jason had yet to come out by then). Part 3, Dream Warriors, became an immediate favorite as I had a childlike fascination with the idea that a group of kids could be heroes with superpowers in their dreams. And while that fascination has died down, my love for this movie has not changed.

Boasting a well-rounded cast and a return of Heroine Nancy from the first film, this sequel captured Freddy at his best. A blend between the scary, looming figure with a perverse humor and the wise- cracking, one-liner Freddy of later entries. Here, it wasn't tiresome. As funny as the "Welcome to prime time, B----!" line is, being strung up like a puppet by veins and muscles is terrifying. There's also something troubled teens can connect with: the suicide theme(which had more prominence in Craven's original script). The idea that you could be murdered by someone and have everyone who loves you think you committed suicide is horrifying in my mind.

The atmosphere of the sets, the lighting, and the score while they're dreaming were very well done and essentially, this is one of the most original supernatural slashers in existence.

I know many people complain that this is where Freddy took a turn for the worse(though I really think it's part 4 where he lost the chill factor with his stalking, manipulation, and kills), but this is the high point in the series for me.
2016-04-19
Almost there to being the best in the series!
Despite the negative critical reaction that "Freddy's Revenge" got, the movie was a financial success and in 1987, Wes Craven returned to write "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors", which was the second sequel in the Nightmare on Elm Street film franchise.

In the second sequel, Freddy Krueger is systematically killing the last of the Elm Street children. The few remaining children have been placed in Westin Hills Mental Institution, for allegedly attempting suicide. Nancy Thompson arrives at Westin Hills as a new intern and realizes the children are being killed by Freddy in their dreams.

With the help of Dr. Neil Gordon, Nancy helps Kristen, Taryn, Joel, Kincaid and Will find their dream powers, so they can kill Freddy once and for all. But in all scary movies, the killer never dies. Neil, unknowingly until the end, meets the spirit of Freddy's mother, Amanda Krueger, who instructs him to bury Freddy's remains in hallowed ground in order to stop him for good.

Neil completes his task, but not before Freddy kills Nancy, but Kristen kills Freddy. The film ends with Neil sleeping in his own bed with a dream doll and Kristen's model of 1428 Elm Street. As he sleeps, the bedroom light in the model comes on, revealing that Freddy is still alive and setting up a new installment.

I had to say I almost did not watch this film because I thought it was just a rip-off of the previous film, "Freddy's Revenge", but after watching the trailer for the film in 2010, I actually really wanted to see how this would turn and finally in 2013, I got to see this movie and it was one of the best viewing experiences ever.

Unlike other franchises like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, this franchise along Halloween and Friday the 13th knows how to stay true to it's source material and this was the 80's and still today. This was the movie that changed Freddy Krueger turned from just creepy to creepy and funny at the same time.

This film has the old cast with a new set of character and that works for a movie like this. The cast strikes an awesome balance of suspense and comedy, this definitely goes to Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger, he does a darn good job this time around. The effects were cheesy, but also good for the 1980's and were very awesome as hell. The dreams are as creepy and intense and just like the first film, they build up to each other with suspense.

The cast is really strong here and we can tell that they care about their characters that they are playing, especially Heather Langenkamp and John Saxon, who says that this is their favorite film and also had the best roles in the original 1984 classic film, "A Nightmare on Elm Street".

Patricia Arquette is really amazing as Kristen and she did a damn good job making her performance believable as I thought she would.

The only person that I was not expecting to be in "A Nightmare on Elm Street" film was Laurence Fishburne, who is known as Ike Turner in "What's Love Got to Do With It" and as Morpheus in "The Matrix" trilogy. He does a darn good job and really awesome to play in this film. Really cool and really amazing casting choices.

It's a good scary movie flick where the characters actually fight between the dream controller and the ending may have you crying because Nancy dies, but it also makes you really get scared of the way it ends. It is really cool.

Freddy Krueger has the coolest lines ever written and I am really glad that Wes Craven came back and help with the screenplay. He is still scary, still creepy, but can also get very comedic at points, especially in the TV nightmare sequence where he tells the girl, "Welcome to prime time, girl!" and that is one of the best lines ever written for an iconic horror movie character.

This film is just spectacular. From the music to the acting to the effects to the incredible performance of Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger, you will find an incredible experience in seeing this film.

Overall, there may be a couple of flaws, but it is easy to see why people watches this one second instead of "A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge". I love it for everything that it does right and I like this one, better than the second one, but I still watch the second one, the first one, the fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh film. I also like Freddy vs. Jason and the 2010 remake of the original film.

My rating is going to be 6 / 10, not a bad rating, but it is a little bit good.
2015-04-27
Freddy Fully Formed
When people think of Freddy Krueger, they think of this movie as establishing what his character was. In the first two films, he's a rather vague menace terrorizing regular kids.

This was the beginning of wise-cracking Freddy killing his victims in ironic or specialized ways. (His blades turn into needles when he kills a drug addict, he kills a Dungeon and Dragons enthusiast in fantasy motif.) It also tells more of Freddy's back-story as the child of a nun who is assaulted by dozens of mental patients.

This film also has the return of Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp) from the first movie. And somewhere, Heather actually took some acting lessons.

This was the most commercially successful Nightmare movie, being made on a relatively cheap budget while doing pretty good box office. The special effect, still pre-CGI, are pretty good quality and make the nightmares frightening enough.
2012-12-14
The Dream Team
The dream warriors was the return of Wes Craven who came up with an idea of kids having powers to fight Freddy back in their dreams.

It ignored the events of the last movie leaving us wondering what happened to the characters on the bus.

Yet It does mention a kid who cut off his eyelids to stay awake. Is this Jesse? I like to thank so since I enjoyed the last film more then most.

Anyway Nancy Thompson makes her triumphant return after being locked away in a sanitarium and tried to move on with her life. She tries to help the kids deal with night terrors and stop the "supposed suicides" sweeping the town.

Which was happening in L.A. at the time. This is always a great when an installment would take a real event and make it part of the movie. It adds a real world feeling of dread that bad things don't just happen on screen, but in real life.

When a new patient Kristen Parker arrives paranoid and scared out of her wits she realizes that the man who haunted her nightmares years ago was real.

Now the kids must form an alliance and stop his evil region before they all die.

Unfortunately some of the horror elements from the first two movies is missing. Freddy is more comical and makes wise cracks like a stand up comedian.

Wes even left over script changes like this since he never wanted his creation to be a joke or merchandise kids would buy for being fans instead of scared.

We even indulge into the boogeyman's past through his mother now a ghost who regrets the monster she have birth to and gives clues on how to defeat him. I found her appearances to be quite mysterious and creepy on its own right. Who is she? Why is she so fascinated with this undead killer? Is Freddy wearing a glamour?

The dream powers are creative and add a fantasy element that kept the series fresh instead of falling stale early on.

One of saddest deaths occur when Nancy is tricked and killed by the villain. No horror film ever made me cry like a baby. This did.

Yet my problems with her death scene is she didn't realize before hand, based on her past, it was the madman. She was regressed alittle in characterization to allow the villain a big win or were they Going for shock value?

Either way it was cheap shot just for a plot convenience.

Still I find it a great sequel and recommend it to anyone looking for a horror film to enjoy this Halloween.
2016-08-14
Almost there to being the best in the series!,
Despite the negative critical reaction that "Freddy's Revenge" got, the movie was a financial success and in 1987, Wes Craven returned to write "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors", which was the second sequel in the Nightmare on Elm Street film franchise.

In the second sequel, Freddy Krueger is systematically killing the last of the Elm Street children. The few remaining children have been placed in Westin Hills Mental Institution, for allegedly attempting suicide. Nancy Thompson arrives at Westin Hills as a new intern and realizes the children are being killed by Freddy in their dreams.

With the help of Dr. Neil Gordon, Nancy helps Kristen, Taryn, Joel, Kincaid and Will find their dream powers, so they can kill Freddy once and for all. But in all scary movies, the killer never dies. Neil, unknowingly until the end, meets the spirit of Freddy's mother, Amanda Krueger, who instructs him to bury Freddy's remains in hallowed ground in order to stop him for good.

Neil completes his task, but not before Freddy kills Nancy, but Kristen kills Freddy. The film ends with Neil sleeping in his own bed with a dream doll and Kristen's model of 1428 Elm Street. As he sleeps, the bedroom light in the model comes on, revealing that Freddy is still alive and setting up a new installment.

I had to say I almost did not watch this film because I thought it was just a rip-off of the previous film, "Freddy's Revenge", but after watching the trailer for the film in 2010, I actually really wanted to see how this would turn and finally in 2013, I got to see this movie and it was one of the best viewing experiences ever.

Unlike other franchises like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, this franchise along Halloween and Friday the 13th knows how to stay true to it's source material and this was the 80's and still today. This was the movie that changed Freddy Krueger turned from just creepy to creepy and funny at the same time.

This film has the old cast with a new set of character and that works for a movie like this. The cast strikes an awesome balance of suspense and comedy, this definitely goes to Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger, he does a darn good job this time around. The effects were cheesy, but also good for the 1980's and were very awesome as hell. The dreams are as creepy and intense and just like the first film, they build up to each other with suspense.

The cast is really strong here and we can tell that they care about their characters that they are playing, especially Heather Langenkamp and John Saxon, who says that this is their favorite film and also had the best roles in the original 1984 classic film, "A Nightmare on Elm Street".

Patricia Arquette is really amazing as Kristen and she did a damn good job making her performance believable as I thought she would.

The only person that I was not expecting to be in "A Nightmare on Elm Street" film was Laurence Fishburne, who is known as Ike Turner in "What's Love Got to Do With It" and as Morpheus in "The Matrix" trilogy. He does a darn good job and really awesome to play in this film. Really cool and really amazing casting choices.

It's a good scary movie flick where the characters actually fight between the dream controller and the ending may have you crying because Nancy dies, but it also makes you really get scared of the way it ends. It is really cool.

Freddy Krueger has the coolest lines ever written and I am really glad that Wes Craven came back and help with the screenplay. He is still scary, still creepy, but can also get very comedic at points, especially in the TV nightmare sequence where he tells the girl, "Welcome to prime time, girl!" and that is one of the best lines ever written for an iconic horror movie character.

This film is just spectacular. From the music to the acting to the effects to the incredible performance of Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger, you will find an incredible experience in seeing this film.

Overall, there may be a couple of flaws, but it is easy to see why people watches this one second instead of "A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge". I love it for everything that it does right and I like this one, better than the second one, but I still watch the second one, the first one, the fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh film. I also like Freddy vs. Jason and the 2010 remake of the original film.

My rating is going to be 7 / 10, not a bad rating, but it is a little bit good.
2015-09-14
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