Wes Craven returns to the series as we find a ragtag group of suicidal teens led by the original Elm Street Kid, Nancy Thompson. Can they bring out their inner super powers, enter the dream world and defeat Freddy Krueger once and for all? You should already know the answer to that, just as you’re no doubt aware this is arguably the best movie the Nightmare on Elm Street series and the entire 1980s has to offer. Buckle in as Chris and Lizzie take on the Dream Warriors…
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