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A Nightmare On Elm Street Collection [DVD] [2011]


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  • Actors: Miko Hughes, David Newsom, Wes Craven, Matt Winston, Rob LaBelle
  • Directors: Rachel Talalay, Wes Craven, Jack Sholder, Chuck Russell, Renny Harlin
  • Producers: Aron Warner, Robert Shaye, Rachel Talalay, Marianne Maddalena
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Dutch, Hebrew, Italian
  • Dubbed: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Oct 2011
  • Run Time: 656 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (164 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0058N2T0S
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,032 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The Nightmare On Elm Street Collection features seven films across seven discs plus a disc of bonus content.

A Nightmare On Elm Street
Nancy (Heather Langenkamp) is having grisly nightmares. Meanwhile, her high-school friends, who are having the very same dreams, are being slaughtered in their sleep by the hideous fiend of their shared nightmares. When the police ignore her explanation, she herself must confront the killer in his shadowy realm...

From modern horror master Wes Craven comes a timeless shocker that remains the standard bearer for terror. Featuring Johnny Depp in his first starring role, this horror classic gave birth to one of the most infamous undead villains in cinematic history: Freddy Krueger.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge
Five years have passed since Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) was sent howling back to hell. But now, a new kid on Elm Street is being haunted every night by gruesome visions of the deadly dream stalker and if his twisted soul takes possession of the boy's body, Freddy will return from the dead to wreak bloody murder and mayhem upon the entire town.

A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
The last of the Elm Street kids are now at a psychiatric ward where Freddy haunts their dreams with unspeakable horrors. Their only hope is dream researcher and fellow survivor Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp of the original Nightmare), who helps them battle the supernatural psycho on his own hellish turf.

A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master
Proving there's no rest for the wicked, the unspeakably evil Freddy Krueger is again resurrected from the grave to wreak havoc upon those who dare to dream. As her friends succumb one by one to Freddy's wrath, telepathically gifted Kristen embarks on a desperate mission to destroy the satanic dream stalker and release the tortured souls of his victims once and for all.

A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
Unable to overpower the Dream Master who vanquished him in A Nightmare On Elm Street 4, Freddy haunts the innocent dreams of her unborn child and preys upon her friends with sheer horror. Will the child be saved from becoming Freddy's newest weapon or will the maniac again resurrect his legacy of evil?

A Nightmare On Elm Street 6: Freddy's Dead - The Final Nightmare
They tried to burn him, bury him, wash him away with holy water. Freddy hitches a ride inside some poor soul's dream to the nearest town and hey, quicker than you can say "Nine, ten, never sleep again", the dreamstalker's back in business...

A Nightmare On Elm Street 7: Wes Craven's New Nightmare
In a frightening new twist in the terror on Elm street, Wes Craven (director of the original film) finds that his dreams have begun to dictate real-life horrors for the stars of the film.

Special Features

The Freddy Krueger Special: [1988 MTV Special] Easter Egg
Freddy's Nightmares Episode 2: It's a Miserable Life 1988
Freddy's Nightmares Episode 3: Killer Instinct 1988
"Welcome to Prime Time"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "It Really Happened"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "A Childhood Memory"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "Sometime in the Early 80's "
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "So It Began"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: Beauty and the Beast"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "Making the Glove"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "Shapeshifter"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "The Shoot"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "The Revolving Room"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "All's Well That Ends Well"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "Talalay's Tally"
A Nightmare on Elm Street: "It Couldn't Have Happened"


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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 May 2004
Format: DVD
If you're a fan of the Nightmare On Elm Street series, then this is the best collection that you'll most probably EVER see. It provides everything you could ever possibly want as a fan of the series, and a whole lot more.
All seven movies have made it to this collection, from the chilling original, to the comedic finale. And of course, the much welcomed and fiercely original bookmark to the series, Wes Craven's New Nightmare, is included too. The movies have without a shadow of a doubt, never looked better.
All of the prints are crisply remastered, to the point where even the 1984 original looks like it was filmed yesterday. The colours are so incredibly vibrant, and it truely brings the movies to life. The ever-colourful Freddy, the wild fantasy death scenes and the myriad of dream imagery look the best that they ever will in this collection, making you understand once and for all what the DVD format was made for. Even the 3D ending to part 6 is included, with 2 pairs of 3D glasses thrown in the mix.
And let's not forget the sound. With new enhanced Dolby 5.1 soundtracks for each movie, you have the choice of absolutely immersing yourself in the nightmare. You'll be guaranteed bad dreams if you spend too much time watching these in full surround sound with all the lights off. The one element lacking in the sound is the scarce Commentary. Commentary tracks appear only on the bookends of the series, both of the Wes Craven written/directed movies, his original vision and the new nightmare. Part 1's is the amusing and informative laser-disc track with Wes Craven, Jacques Haitkin, Heather Langencamp and John Saxon. New Nightmare's is a Wes Craven solo, which is deeply insightful and informative.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By J. Kibble on 29 Nov 2006
Format: DVD
I have only recently really got into Horror movies, and when I saw this pretty cheap I thought I would give it ago and get the series.

The first is, of cause, the classic. I would not put it down as one of the all time film classics, but it it still one of the better films. The graphics are, at times, a bit dated. Particulary when Freddy comes after Nancy in the alley way and extends his arms to try and get her. But other than that a pretty solid film. The ending's a bit weird to.

Part 2 - an ok film on its own, but it just does not fit in with the rest of the series. It's about a boy called Jesse who is possesed and has nothing to do with dreams. It has the feel of a film that had little time taken over the story in an atempt to just get it released.

Part 3 - My personal favorite. this film brings us back to the old style of freedy and dreams. It also brings back some ofthe original cast form the first film and has some interesting deaths. It also starts the Freddy puns which give a bit of comic relief.

Part 4 - The Dream Master. This film is a bit wierd at times. It centres around Alice who brings pepole into her dreams for Freddy to kill. Having said that, the finale is pretty cool, especially when Freddy is torm apart by all the souls he's collected.

Part 5 - This film shows the beginings of a lack of Ideas, as a rather random idea about Freddy trying to entre the world through Alice's unborn baby is used. The Freddy backstory in this film is good, but other than that the film is not as good as some of the others.

Part 6 - This film clearly shows all the signs of an idea stretched too far.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Truth_Stalker on 1 Mar 2012
Format: Blu-ray
I'd gladly give this Set 5 Stars if not for the following issues: 1) Only the 1st in the Series (Part 1) has 7.1 HD DTS Dolby Digital Surround (for some reason). The rest only have 5.1 DTS HD Surround. 2) Also, the images in the background become 'pixelated' in some of the films. 3) One more thing - the Bonus Disc (DVD) is Region-Locked for play only in European DVD/Blu-Ray Players. This isn't mentioned in the product description AT ALL. It simply says 'Region Free', but that only applies to the 4 Blu-Ray Discs. Other than the aforementioned discreppancies, it's a fantastic buy! $45 (USD - including Shipping) is a wonderful deal. If bought at the U.S. Amazon Website, you'll pay at least $80 for a USED Set!! Get it from here, but you may need a Region Free DVD Player for Disc 5 (Bonus Disc). Thank you for reading! This was a lot to type via Touchscreen Cell Phone! ;~D
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 21 Feb 2004
Format: DVD
The Nightmare on Elm Street DVD Collection is pretty much a must-have for all Freddy fans, especially those like me who basically came of age watching Freddy do his thing. No movie releases apart from the original Star Wars trilogy invoked more excitement and conjecture in me than did the Elm Street sequels, and all of the films are really just as good now as they were when they were released - better, in fact, thanks to DVD technology and the abundance of special features it makes possible. Of course, the technological explosion in terms of cinematic possibilities we have witnessed in the years since Freddy's birth comes with a price - it is now almost impossible for horror fans such as myself to actually be scared by a movie. Even today's youngest generation will never feel the true magic that Freddy cascaded onto his original audience - they have simply become inured to such primal feelings via the saturation of pop culture itself. Still, though, we who have just turned the door on youth can rediscover the feelings the Elm Street movies first wrought inside our souls, and several of these films do possess the creepy potential to insinuate their horrors into the hearts and minds of the younger generations. The original will never be as shocking as it was in 1984, but it is still a powerful film built on grand archetypes of good and evil that will never fade away. The third film, in contrast to the second one, shows just how effective a true sequel can be at not only recapturing what has come before but expounding upon its very essence in a way sure to delight the audience.Read more ›
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