A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET

EDWARD PESSALANO

BONUSHAVEN@aol.com

RE: NightMare On Elm Street

One of the most famous horror movies created by Wes Craven,was truly one of his best. Many people have had lost sleep over this movie. By Wes Craven creating a movie that people are helpless and scared was truly a movie that left people on the end of their seats and people craving more Wes Craven series. Truly a great horror movie at large.

EDWARD

 

MICHELLE

MJ_RM_MM@EMAIL.MSN.COM

RE: NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST MOVIES

T4:  I was 15 the first time I saw Nightmare on Elm ST. It literally scared the H**l out of me , I did not sleep for 3 days.  So far there hasn't been another movie made that scared me that much.  I watch horror movie all of the time I have a pretty good collection.  I just got the original Friday the 13th.  I love to be scared.   I can't wait for my son to get old enough to watch scary movies with me no one else in my house likes to watch them as much as I do.  Also I just wanted to say I enjoy your website.  It's great to know there are other people out there that enjoy horror movies as much as I do.

MICHELLE

 

Ignacio Gonzalez

GORE_8_18_83@webtv.net

RE: A Nightmare on Elm Street

This one of my childhood favorites. I remember when was around 3 or 4 years old my mom used to sit me down and put this movie on (we had a copy because we recorded it off HBO one night) for me and I was amazed at how gory this film actually was (So gory, It originally received an -X- Rating). Ok, ok enough with the childhood crap. Tina's murder scene was a classic (but I think it is derived from Poltergeist), I mean the part was great when four "invisible" blade systematically sliced her stomach area (on the recorded version we used to have the fishing string that was holding Tina up was highly visible) and the blood came piling on after that, he then dragged up the wall, onto the ceiling, then fell to the bed, and then to the floor (the bed was covered in blood). The classic scene when Nancy pick up to answers the disconnected phone, and Freddy is on the other line and says "I'm your boyfriend now Nancy". The ultimate in gore was Glen's murder scene where all that blood ejected out of his bed (which was meant to be all of Freddy's victim's blood). This is a pure exercise in horror cinema. One of the best horror films of the 80's and is definitely Wes Craven's best film. THE HOUSE OF HORRORS IS THE BEST SITE ON THE WEB!!! I CANT GET ENOUGH OF IT! If you have any objections. questions, or comments e-mail me!

Ignacio Gonzalez

 

Asa

Sephie0199@hotmail.com

RE: Nightmare on Elm Street

I remember the first time I saw "Nightmare on Elm Street". I was about twelve and my mother had never let me watch a "slasher" movie before. I was wary of the genre, having heard from "true" horror fans that it was a brainless waste of time. It only took me fifteen minutes into the movie to realize that they were WRONG. What first struck me was not the gore and guts that I had heard so much about; it was the dark, almost fantasy-like story and the colorful, shocking visuals that grabbed my attention and held it. I don't think anything has ever frightened me as much as Freddy's seven-foot-arms scene. If it weren't for this movie, I never would have been interested in "Halloween", "Friday the 13th", and "Hellraiser".

Asa

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