New Line Cinema released A Nightmare on Elm Street to theaters on November 16, 1984. Wes Craven directs the film which stars Heather Langenkamp, Johnny Depp, and Robert Englund.
‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Movie Summary
Nancy and her friends are normal teenagers, you know, the kind with vigilante murdering parents. Nancy and her friends are disturbed by bad dreams. John Cusak’s ex-girlfriend (no not that one, the one where he owes the paperboy two dollars) plays Tina, Nancy’s slutty friend. All Tina wants to do is have sex with a farting wildcat named Rod.
After a good rodding Tina falls into a post passion sleeps where she dreams of men with razors and farm animals. Unfortunately for Tina, the next man inside of her was Freddie, child molester, burn victim, with one glove. He also wears a Bill Cosby sweater and an Indiana Jones hat. Tina is killed by Freddie in her dream while Rod watches in the locked room.
Nancy and her boyfriend, Officer Hansen from Jump Street, find Tina carved up and Rod gone. Rod is wanted by police for Tina’s murder. Nancy learns about the investigation from her father who is the town sheriff, just back from fighting at Mr. Han’s island. Nancy tries to tell him that Rod is innocent, but he just won’t listen.read full summary
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