- "Come here, my piggy. I've got some gingerbread for you."
- ―Freddy Krueger
|West Craven's New Nightmare|
|Title:||West Craven's New Nightmare|
|Directed by:||Wes Craven|
|Written by:||Wes Craven|
|Produced by:||Wes Craven; Robert Shaye; Marianne Maddalena; Sara Risher; Jay Roewe|
|Music by:||J. Peter Robinson|
|Edited by:||Patrick Lussier|
|Distributed by:||New Line Cinema|
|Released:||October 14th, 1994|
|Running time:||112 min.|
|Previous:||Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)|
|Next:||Freddy vs. Jason (2003)|
New Nightmare, alternately known as Wes Craven's New Nightmare is an American fantasy/horror film of the slasher sub-genre and the seventh installment in the A Nightmare on Elm Street film franchise. It follows 1991's Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare and is the final stand-alone film in the original series. It is succeeded by the 2003 crossover movie Freddy vs. Jason. The movie was written and directed by series creator Wes Craven and produced by New Line Cinema. It was released theatrically in the United States on October 14th, 1994.
|Robert Englund||Himself/Freddy Krueger|
|Heather Langenkamp||Herself/Nancy Thompson|
|Miko Hughes||Dylan Porter|
|David Newsom||Chase Porter|
|Tracy Middendorf||Julie McKillop|
|Fran Bennett||Doctor Christine Heffner|
|John Saxon||Himself/Donald Thompson|
|Jeffrey John Davis||Freddy's hand double|
|Matt Winston||Charles "Chuck" Wilson|
|Rob LaBelle||Terrance "Terry" Feinstein|
|Gretchen Oehler||Script supervisor|
|Cully Fredricksen||Limo driver|
|Bodhi Elfman||TV studio P.A.|
|Claudia Haro||New Line receptionist|
|Cindy Guidry||Kim at New Line|
|Ray Glanzmann||Highway patrolman|
|Yonda Davis||Highway patrolwoman|
|W. Earl Brown||Morgue attendant|
|Beans Morocco||Graveyard worker|
|Tamara Mark||Patrice Englund|
|Lin Shaye||Nurse with pills|
|Deborah Zara Kobylt||Newscaster|
|Diane Nadeau||Counter nurse|
|Lou Thornton||ICU nurse|
|Cynthia Savage||ICU nurse|
|Jessica Craven||Junior nurse with needle|
|Sandra Ellis Lafferty||Senior nurse with needle|
|Thomas G. Burt||Security officer|
|Tina Vail||Nurse Abbott|
|Kevin Harris||Hospital intern|
|Amanda Wyss||Tina Gray (archive footage)|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- New Nightmare and Wes Craven's New Nightmare redirect to this page.
- The tagline for this film is, "This time, staying awake won't save you".
- Heather Langenkamp revisits the infamous "Screw your pass!" scene immortalized in the first A Nightmare on Elm Street.
- Actress Jessica Craven, who plays a nurse with a long needle, is the daughter of director Wes Craven.
- Wes Craven's role in New Nightmare is similar to that of Creighton Duke from Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday as both parties show a lot of knowledge about the main antagonists and how to defeat them for good.
Home video Edit
- New Nightmare premiered on DVD in Region 1 format on August 22nd, 2000 by New Line Home Video. The disc included DVD-ROM features as well as the screenplay to the film.
- The movie was also packaged with the original A Nightmare on Elm Street as a double-feature and released on November 18th, 2003.
- It was also packaged with Carnival of Souls in another double-feature DVD special collection released on May 3rd, 2004.
- All of the original films were collected in the The Nightmare on Elm Street Collection, New Line Platinum Series released by New Line on September 21st, 1999.
- It was also included on the A Nightmare on Elm Street Collection 7-disc Blu-ray boxset collection, which was released by Warner Home Video on March 5th, 2013.
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