Freddy Krueger is back, and he's looking to wipe out the last of the Elm Street children. Thus the smart and conscientious parents of the nieghborhood have gathered those children together into one place so Freddy doesn't have to wear himself out.
Yes, instead of having to stalk his way through a dreamworld of suburban houses, now Freddy gets to stroll through hallways of a nuthouse. It would almost be too easy, except for one thing. Nancy's back, and this time she's...well she's pretty much the same except for poofier hair. Also she knows the secret to defeating Freddy is teamwork...though that's not at all how she defeated him before.
Armed with a collection of questionable to pointless superpowers, the crazies of Westin Hills Mental Institution fight for thier lives against an evil that just refuses to stay dead.
Ronin Fox and Anais take on riffing A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: DREEEEEAM WARIAAAAAAHS (Also known to some horror fans as "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: At least it isn't A Nightmare on Elm Street 2") a movie with a lot of simple morals.
1. Never have a hobby, or it will kill you. 2. The dumber you dress the easier you die. 3. The lamer your powers the more useful they inexplicably will become. 4. There is no such thing as a non-alcoholic parent. 5. And of course, life goes better with the music of DOKKEN.
For the R rated "Redband" preview look here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu7BI3pZaC4
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