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A Beautiful Dream: An Elm Street Fan Theory

Can this fan theory about A Nightmare on Elm Street make the series even better? (A Nightmare on Elm Street, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3, Culture, Wes Craven's New Nightmare)

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Furore23  +   605d ago
Works for me. I'm not a horror afficionado, at all, but I have somehow seen most of these. There is merit in what you say.
NCAzrael  +   604d ago
Meh, I prefer New Nightmare to stand the way it is. The idea of Freddy being the personification of some otherworldly essence that needs to be trapped by telling stories sounds way better than having a completely disjointed story that skips over entire films. It also works to explain why they kept making more of them after they started getting really stupid.
DarkBlood  +   603d ago
i thought they literally had to forget he existed? because the ending when the mom believed her after all this time makes her an extra target

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