Jen and Dawn descend further into Freddy-mania with a look at how the series reached critical pop-culture mass, the trouble with diminishing box office returns, and the production schedule from hell. And that's all before they jump into their look at A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master.
Join them for the first of a two part look of Freddy's fouth and fifth offerings, along with slight detours through Jen's childhood, a plea to the Women In Caskets's rich fans (they have those, right?), and some fangirling over soundtracks.
This episode is the first part of a two-parter that covers A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master and A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child.
Nightmare 2 was covered in Episode 11.
Nightmares 1 and 3 were covered in Episode 24 and Episode 25.
Our heroines, Kristen and Alice, were also part of our look at Final Girls in Episode 2.
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Intro Theme by The Shape
"Nightmare" by Tuesday Knight
"Fatal Charm" by Billy Idol
"Anything, Anything (I'll Give You)" by Dramarama
"Back to the Wall" by the Divinyls
The Nightmare on Elm Street Theme is composed by Charles Bernstein
The Dream Warrior theatrical score is by Craig Safan