A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master Reviews

  • 13h ago

    It is a far cry from the original. Everything in this movie is forgettable. And while it's not the worst Nightmare film, it would need some serious fine-tuning to turn this film into an enjoyable one.

    It is a far cry from the original. Everything in this movie is forgettable. And while it's not the worst Nightmare film, it would need some serious fine-tuning to turn this film into an enjoyable one.

  • Dec 24, 2020

    Awesome! This film is so much better than part 2. Part 3&1 still rain supreme though. While bringing nothing new to the table that including a boring plot, IT WORKS WELL! (surprisingly).

    Awesome! This film is so much better than part 2. Part 3&1 still rain supreme though. While bringing nothing new to the table that including a boring plot, IT WORKS WELL! (surprisingly).

  • Nov 23, 2020

    A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master begins to tire the viewer and shows the first signs of exhaustion.

    A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master begins to tire the viewer and shows the first signs of exhaustion.

  • Nov 21, 2020

    Don't know why it gets bad

    Don't know why it gets bad

  • Nov 11, 2020

    'Nightmare on Elm St 4 and 5' are decent films in thier own right (because they honor each other's consistency). Robert Englund's portrayal of Freddy is phenomenal. Englund is the reason Elm St movies are great. But 4/5 destroyed the franchise's overall consistency by killing off 'The Elm Street Children.' What Nightmare 4/5 did with Alice is what it should have done with Kristen or Nancy. Instead it chose to play up Freddy's 'super-star-persona' (like Halloween did Michael Myers, like Friday the 13th did with Jason Voorhees; like Dynasty did with Alexis Colby!) and sacrificed all the other parts of it's story that gave Elm St credibility and integrity.

    'Nightmare on Elm St 4 and 5' are decent films in thier own right (because they honor each other's consistency). Robert Englund's portrayal of Freddy is phenomenal. Englund is the reason Elm St movies are great. But 4/5 destroyed the franchise's overall consistency by killing off 'The Elm Street Children.' What Nightmare 4/5 did with Alice is what it should have done with Kristen or Nancy. Instead it chose to play up Freddy's 'super-star-persona' (like Halloween did Michael Myers, like Friday the 13th did with Jason Voorhees; like Dynasty did with Alexis Colby!) and sacrificed all the other parts of it's story that gave Elm St credibility and integrity.

  • Nov 11, 2020

    One of the more solid entries in the series with some particularly noteworthy cinematography.

    One of the more solid entries in the series with some particularly noteworthy cinematography.

  • Oct 27, 2020

    The list of people that had a hand in Freddy's death just keeps growing, plot is convoluted, acting is bad and cheesy, deaths are very original, Freddy's one liners are better than ever but overall movie is bad.

    The list of people that had a hand in Freddy's death just keeps growing, plot is convoluted, acting is bad and cheesy, deaths are very original, Freddy's one liners are better than ever but overall movie is bad.

  • Oct 14, 2020

    I like Nightmare movies from 1° to the 5°chapter

    I like Nightmare movies from 1° to the 5°chapter

  • Oct 12, 2020

    Like it or not this is one of the better freddy sequels

    Like it or not this is one of the better freddy sequels

  • Sep 22, 2020

    Kristen, the girl who can summon others into her dreams, is out of the institution but Freddy kills her and her friends so she passes her powers onto someone else in the hope of defeating him.

    Kristen, the girl who can summon others into her dreams, is out of the institution but Freddy kills her and her friends so she passes her powers onto someone else in the hope of defeating him.