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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
Incredibly Scary
I'll start by saying that I'm not easily scared by horror movies. Very rarely do they scare me in the slightest, but I love them. I'm either enjoying seeing kills in original ways or looking for one that may scare me. This movie is the only movie in history to scare the bejesus out of me.

The movie focuses, of course, on Freddy Krueger, a madman who terrorizes and kills teenagers in their dreams. He can control every little detail of the dreams, making him nearly invincible. Freddy is easily one of the best horror movie villains ever; he even ranked all the way up at #51 on some magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters. He's scary, he's got an awesome weapon, great one liners, and is truly a maniac.

The movie takes place six years after the original. Nightmare 2 took place a year before this, and wasn't great. For Nightmare 3, they continue almost directly from the first one's story. Teenagers start attempting suicide, with dreams of Freddy being their common link. These teens are all checked into a mental asylum, where their doctors are clueless. Then these teenagers start dying in their sleep. Hope comes in the form of Nancy Thompson, the hero of the first movie returning as a dream analyst. She knows Freddy all too well, and he recognizes her as well. With help from Kristin, a girl with the gift to pull people into her dreams, Nancy leads a group of teens into a final battle with her old foe.

I think this is the best movie in the series. It's the scariest by far, as there are more and less predictable deaths. The first death scene is one of the scariest and most disturbing you'll ever see. Robert Englund really plays around with the Freddy character, making him more maniacal and terrifying than ever before. It's also the darkest movie in a very dark series. Several of the deaths are shockers, and the locations are grimier and creepier. It was sadly, the last scary movie in the series, though I found them all entertaining enough. But if you're a horror fan, give this a try. And if you scoff at this being "unscary," think about your dreams, and how many similar dreams you've had. We've all dreamed we're falling. Not everyone wakes up. One character proves that. Finally, if that's not enough for you skeptics, these movies were based on true events.

Sweet Dreams.
2004-04-05
3rd nightmare the best?
nightmare on elm street part 3 is easily the best film in the series! the story is fresh and exciting and the acting is shockingly good for a horror film. after freddy 3 the others just got worse, boring story lines and poor acting, freddy became a joke and his killings were nothing new or shocking. freddy verses jason is a top quality film were the horror legend got to rule again, teasing his pray before killing them and mocking them before slashing them to pieces. not only is this nightmare the best for its story-line it also has some pretty good special effects, it also gave us a glimpse of how good larry fishburne is as an actor( even if his part is small ), patricia arquette also made her film break-thru.
2004-12-29
Freddy does Once Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
(spoilers)

"Phillips' death was a sleepwalking accident, nothing more!"

"I'm prescribing hypnosil, that's a dream suppressant!"

"Freddy... the bastard son of a hundred mediums. Some say he was murdered, but no body was ever found... You must find the remains and bury them in hallowed ground."

Freddy's back, and this time he's framing kids for their own suicides! Or if they don't die, the evil adults (parents, doctors, psychologists) lock them up in a mental institution.

These elements are preserved from the first one: cheesy dialogue, hammy acting, the pretense of really difficult issues which give the actors an even tougher job (suicide, madness, mental institutions), Heather Langencamp from the first movie (who comes out with such beauties as "All of you have that inner strength, some special power you had in your most wonderful dreams")and imaginitive, humorous death scenes.

Stop-motion animation is shamelessly used multiple times, to create fouler, more imaginitve deaths than in the first movie: Dick Cavett turns into Freddy, a puppet turns into Freddy for a moment, Freddy appears as a giant, greasy killer worm, a sink turns into Freddy and a TV turns into Freddy, and kills a girl who wanted to be an actress in a very Cravenesque self-referential scene: "This is it, Jennifer, you're big break in TV!"

Its trashy, cheesy, sometimes gross and freaky, but always fun because it doesn't pretend to be anything else.

Look out for Morpheus playing an orderly and cute Patricia Arquette.
2004-05-03
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
Wes Craven doesn't have to be involved
I don't think Wes craven needs to be involved. Sure the first and last nightmares were probably the best of the series, but all of the others were good in their own little ways. Well, maybe not 2 and 5 but for the most part each movie was just as fun for me to watch as the original. The fact that the kids all have dream powers in the third movie shouldn't be thought of as stupid, but you should see that as funny. it puts a different twist on the movie and makes it something else all together. kinda like a horror/comedy. And beings that this one was successful, it opened the door for the next highest grossing of the films. The series didn't go on the down slide until 5. so all in all, the whole series was excellent and i recommend them to everyone.
2005-10-21
Original entry in the series
When her nightmares start proving injurious, a teen's admission into a psychiatry clinic puts her in contact with others who share her delusions about a a razor-gloved killer stalking them and must band them together to fight him off for good.

This one is actually really good and quite surprisingly holds up real well. As with most of the movies in the series, this one gets quite a lot right here when it's filled with some great dream moments. The opening is one of those, as we are just repeatedly thrown one horrific image after another throughout the house which scores nicely at generating lots of action and tension as well which really help out with the scene, a fantastic effort where they get sucked into a dream where the Freddy worm begins attacking them and the results of the group hypnosis session that features their burgeoning realization of their situation, the discovery of the missing patient and the changing room before his big break-out makes for a wholly enjoyable series of events here, which all go hand-in-hand with the impressive kills along the way. From the shredded-tendons human-marionette to the TV screen face-plant and the different cut-ups with his clawed hands, there's plenty of impressive kills here that come along with all the different effects work in the dream-world. It's all done quite nicely here with the way this one presents the dark and demented world of his dreams quite well as there's plenty of dark, demented work here in creating not just the atmosphere but also the different props throughout the sequence which is so much fun with the action involved in such a setting as well that it really scores nicely. Along with finally getting a reason for why he's still coming back, this is the start of comic Freddy, so he has some okay lines for his kills that provides some chuckles for some. There's a few small problems here with this one. It does have some pretty bad lines, but it is still the start of him turning into a comedy star so some are quite groaners that can lead to some real moments of agony as you wait for the next kill. As well, the middle part of the film is pretty slow, which is quite the opposite of the thrilling intro and ending, so the middle is a bit hard to sit through. Despite the reappearance of Nancy, she really isn't given a lot to do other than tell what Krueger can do to the children. For someone who had firsthand experience with dealing with Freddy, she should've had a larger role in the film, especially billed third on the top. Still, this is one of the better entries in the series.

Rated R: Graphic Language, Graphic Violence, Nudity and drug use.
2016-05-02
A quote from Poe?
Very stylish and very eighties and all, and one thing that people usually remember is the famous quote about the little slices of death in the beginning. But guess what? It is most likely NOT from Edgar Allan Poe.

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Interesting, isn't it? However, this is one of my favorites from this era and anyone who wants to pick up the style and pace of this decade and be entertained at the same time, this is your choice.

And don't forget the first one.

Sweet dreams, everyone....
2006-08-03
Have you ever thought about using special powers in your nightmare?
***SPOILERS*** ***SPOILERS*** THE BEST FREDDY KRUEGER FILM!.

"A Nightmare On Elm Street 3 : The Dream Warriors" apart from being the best film in the ANOES franchise, it's one of the best horror movies of the 80's. Seriously, for a 3rd. insalment this movie is very good. Also, it had the big responsability of returning the originality and quality factor the series after the mid success of part 2. Part 1 is a horror classic, it's almost perfect and that means big problems when it's intended to create a franchise because it's very hard to match the opera prima. Part 2 did quietly good but never stood a chance compared to the original. "The Dream Warriors" was produced with the intention to capitalize the Freddy Krueger phenomenom of the 80's. The film created a strong image for Krueger and gained him a place in the horror icons haven.

The good things about THE DREAM WARRIORS:

1. Likeable characters with a developed story. Probably the best character development in the series. You can say that you feel sympathy for the children. The actors did a great job by giving life to disturbed children that were afraid for falling asleep, in concrete, they were hugely threatened and scared of Fred Krueger. You feel sorry when one of the dies, it's like you are part of their group. Join Kincaid, Taryn, Brian, Joey, Jennifer, and Kirsten for the ultimate fight between the Elm Street children and Krueger. Kirsten Parker is this time's heroine, she'll be Freddy's deadliest enemy and the key to discover where to attack him in order to defeat him. I want to add that the acting is top notch for the series. I mean, Patricia Arquette, John Saxon, Heather Langerkamp, Laurence Fishburne, Craig Watson, Ken Sagoes, and of course Robert Englund deliver great performances, the best cast in the series.

*SPOILERS* 2. A great story. Frank Darabont (which years later was involved in the 94's masterpiece "The Shawshank Redemption"), and Wes Craven created the PERFECT ANOES script. The best, hands down. Have you ever thought what would be your special powers in your dreams? In this movie these thoughts materialize and you feel related to them. Having powers in your nightmares now it's a more serious issue and it's well treated in the movie. The children know that everytime they sleep their life is in risk, so that means they have to fight for their life using their abilities. Freddy is back and he has to eliminated the last Elm Street children. Freddy attacks them in their dreams, that hasn't changed but now these children are internated in the Westin Hills hospital. The children receive medical attention in order to stop their nightmares and conduct disorders. The doctors don't believe their stories about this skin burned man with a hat, and they attribute their dream problems to a massive psycosis. The Dr. in charge, Neil Gordon aided by Nancy Thompson believe the children's story and research about Freddy Krueger. Kristen Parker is now Freddy's new victim. Kristen has the special ability to call people for help in her nightmares. This ability is the way to end for once and all with Krueger. Dr. Gordon and Nancy use Kristen's ability to fight Krueger; the children, and Nancy against him in the same nightmare.

At the end who will survive? How will they use their special powers against Freddy?

The return of the favorite ANOES character, Nancy Thompson was a great addition to the film. Nancy is the first person to ever defeat Krueger and this time she won't be alone. Nancy encourages the Dream Warriors to don't fear Freddy and stay alive. Also, bringing Freddy's mother to the story was a nice and scary element at the same time. Mother Mary Helen is a dark character in the series, and surely plays an important part in this film as she's the key to defeat Freddy. This time Freddy Krueger is not as mean as in the original, but still he knows how to scare and impose his presence. Krueger has gained more abilities and this time he's stronger than ever! That means a difficult job for the Dream Warriors.

3. The direction/Score/F/X Visually THE DREAM WARRIORS is perfect for being a horror film. Chuck Russell's direction in no way matches or is better than Craven's but still it's fantastic, he gave it a fantasy and sci-fi touch to this horror feature. The F/X are great! The puppet death, Jennifer's death, and Freddy's demise are the best scenes where the F/X were needed. The Krueger make-up is decent, but not the best. The score is great, mixing 80's metal pop tracks with the characteristic ANOES themes. It's the perfect soundtrack in a horror movie, a mix between scary themes and rock 'n roll.

4. The best scenes... The puppet death, Freddy's demise, when Kincaid, Joey, Alice, and Nancy escape from Krueger; overall all the deaths. The ending is chilling and in my opinion, is the best in the series. *END OF SPOILERS*

Overall this is a great horror film, you can't ask for something better. It's not HALLOWEEN, THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, EVIL DEAD, or THE EXORCIST, but still THE DREAM WARRIORS matches the fun factor and the quality.

I'd say that this is the best in the series without a doubt.

This film inspired in great amount the script, and settings used in FREDDY VS JASON.

Watch this film even if you're not a fan of the ANOES series, watch if you are hungry of a good horror film with some dips of sci-fi.

Very recommended, 8/10. 10/10 IN THE ANOES SCALE.

2003-12-25
Hands-down, the best Elm Street sequel!!
Outstanding third entry in the Elm Street movies is definitely the best of the sequels and well lives up to the excitement of the original film.

Nancy is now a psychiatrist who must help some troubled youths that are in danger of being sliced by murderous Freddy!

It's not surprising that this sequel was written by 'Elm Street creator Wes Craven, who chose to leave the directing to Chuck Russell for this movie. Nightmare on Elm Street 3 is a fasted-paced, cleverly written horror fantasy that's the most entertaining of the Elm Street follow-ups. The movie plays out as a gripping thrill ride that's both chilling and darkly funny. There's a number of smart twists thrown in as well. 'Elm Street 3 also has the most dazzling and impressive special FX of the series, as well as some of the greatest nightmare and murder sequences. The marionette sequence with Bradly Gregg is a big favorite. The direction of Chuck Russell is slick indeed, delivering plenty of atmospheric darkness and energetic action. Even the maze-like sets are impressive. Charles Bernstein's Elm Street theme music is used once more. In addition there's also an awesome title rock anthem by the group Dokken.

Another high point in the film is the cast. Heather Langenkamp reprises her role well, as does John Saxon who appears once again as Langenkamp's father. Craig Wasson is a good hero as a doctor attempting to help the teenagers. Patricia Arquette, Ken Sagoes, Jennifer Rubin, Bradly Gregg, and Rodney Eastman all make for solid teenage characters. Of course Robert Englund is back as Freddy, who has a bit more of a cheeky sense of humor this time around.

One couldn't ask for a better Elm Street sequel than this one. It's a fun ride all the way for fans and is one of the best horror-fantasy films out there. Check it out.

Followed by a number of inferior sequels.

*** 1/2 out of ****
2006-01-21
One of the better sequels
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (thankfully) ignores part 2 and picks up after the events of the first film. Nancy Thompson is now a psychiatrist at a hospital for disturbed children. She ends up discovering that all of the children in her care are not suicidal, but were attacked by Freddy Krueger because they are the last children of the lynch mob that killed him. Nancy ends up teaching the children that they can fight Freddy, because in your dreams you can do what you want. The children form a small army, calling themselves the Dream Warriors, and set out to take Freddy on. This isn't a perfect movie, but it is much better than the terrible part 2.

Due to the return of characters Nancy Thompson and her cop father Donald, who is now an alcoholic after the events of the first film, this movie makes a return to what the first movie was all about. The mood and the creepiness return, and Robert Englund plays Freddy the way he's supposed to be played...As a wise cracking maniac. The movie is generally creepy throughout, but unfortunately toward the end it gets a bit silly. The children become kind of like superheroes in their dreams to fight Freddy, and it gets a bit goofy, especially when one of them becomes the Wizard Master and starts pulling some Dungeons and Dragons crap of Freddy. Another silly scene is when Lt. Thompson digs up Freddy's skeleton and it climbs out and starts fighting with him.

The acting in this movie is pretty good. Heather Lengenkamp, John Saxon, and Robert Englund are just as good as in the first movie, and newcomer Patricia Arquette is very good. Also look for a young Laurence Fishburne as a hospital orderly.

Overall, this is one of the more entertaining Nightmare films, and should be watched by fans of the series.

6/10
2006-06-21
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