Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy

Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy

For decades, Freddy Krueger has slashed his way through the dreams of countless youngsters, scaring up over half a billion dollars at the box office across eight terrifying, spectacular films.

Explore the origins of "dream demon" Freddy Krueger in this award-winning documentary that takes you behind the scenes of the most frightening and imaginative horror franchise in motion picture history! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy torrent reviews

Michal Z (gb) wrote: Psychotic, twisted, subversive, creepy, lingering.

Konrad A (ca) wrote: I think Adam sander and Kevin James do good in movies but this movie was inappropriate with humor

Lucero C (mx) wrote: too boring for my taste

Private U (nl) wrote: Freaky documentary. I recommend it.

Se7enth A (kr) wrote: After infernal affairs, I was driven to watch HK made movies again especially the ones made by Tony Leung and Andy Lau. There were my favourites during the 80s. Seung Sing somehow does not quite deliver, in fact it seemed like a confusing tangled mess to me.

Donna L (gb) wrote: Really enjoyed the story and the acting.

Quinto W (de) wrote: So, this movie wants to make fun of fat girls (oh, snap, her clothes are too small! she only wants donuts!) but at the same time make you skinny bitch feel bad for laughing. I still can't believe I never change the channel whenever it's on 4379 times a week.

Jessica R (de) wrote: Dream sequence always scared me.

Robert S (ca) wrote: try the first one, brings back memories

Bruno V (au) wrote: The great rock'n'roll music , John Travolta and Olivia made this movie a classic , simple story for the rest ...nice to see back after lets say 20 years . SOMDVD

Christopher B (jp) wrote: Docu-drama about one of the most pivital battles of the Pacific. Several of the cast (or their friends & family) fought in WWII which adds to the realism.

Tameca C (ag) wrote: I love this story about a man who led in such a way that his life was his message. I didn't mind that the show was so long. The narrations were weird to me, though. They were so sparse that they took me away from the story when they appeared. Now I want to read about the real man. Visit to the library presently. . . . Also, I love these old movies because you can see just how much things have changed over the years on so many levels. Good stuff.

Melanie R (mx) wrote: awesome trash- totally dated and creepy. but i still like it!

Scotty W (au) wrote: Mel Gibson and Danny make for a damn good team in this '80s action classic. With its heavy (and heady) saxophone soundtrack and handheld-stylized camerawork, Lethal Weapon stands tall as a tribute to its time and the late-great stuntman Dar Robinson. It should be no surprise that Mel Gibson broke out big with the two-hand punch of Mad Max and Lethal Weapon; here, he again plays a police officer struggling with a deep personal loss, but this time with a charm and swagger that explodes onscreen.