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Horror 101 – Episode 64: Nightmare III – Dream Warriors

Horror 101 – Episode 64: Nightmare III – Dream Warriors – April 26th, 2017

If you think you’ll get out alive, You must be dreaming.

Welcome back to the Horror 101 show. Our April Threequel podcast brings us to dreamland. This is the first time we’ve dedicated an entire show to that Nightmare spectre, Fred Kreuger. Those of you who grew up in the 80s remember the sensation that was Nightmare III. It dominated the VHS new release aisle, filling entire walls with copies of this rental favourite. It was Chuck Russel’s directorial debut, helming a script which gave Frank Darabont his first writing credit. A lot of talented people cut their teeth on this project which has become a fan favourite. Nightmare III took huge risks and became a game changer in the Elm Street franchise by taking Freddy out of the shadows and forever creating a horror legend of slapstick mayhem and death.

Nancy from the first film returns to find several youngsters committed for suicide attempts, claiming a man in their dreams is trying to kill them. Recognizing these children as the last of the Elm Street kids she wakes up their inner dream gifts and uses them as weapons against the Dream Stalker who is already slicing through the field. Will they band together to finally put an end to the Freddy menace or will they all fall victim to the Springwood Slasher. Join us as we give the Horror 101 treatment to Nightmare III: Dream Warriors


1 comment

  1. Mick Strawn

    Hey, that’s so weird you did NOES3 and Leatherface back to back
    I was the Production Designer on them both, plus
    The night of the Scarecrow, The Hidden, and the
    Best parts of Mortal Kombat and a bunch more, we sh
    Should talk…I’m also very funny in interviews! My name is
    Mick Strawn mqmiq3@gmail.com, drop me an email
    , check me out at IMDB!

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