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Heather Langenkamp as Nancy Thompson.
Luckily the producer's were able to convince her to come back from the original. The movie wouldn't have worked as well with a new actress.
Patricia Arquette as Kirsten Parker.
Better known as Frankie Paige in Stigmata. Again the horror genre help to kick off an actress' career. Another great addition to the cast.
Robert Englund as Freddy Kreuger
Freddy is one of the only horror roles that were only played by one man. Personally, I believe this sequel was the last one "Freddy" was more of a demon than a comedian.
All in all, the best culmination of actors that I have ever seen.
Freddy is back again hunting down "the last of the elm st children". They have all been moved to a psychiatric ward of the local hospital; but Freddy has his work cut out for him this time. This group has special powers in their dreams; also Freddy's arch nemesis returns. Nancy Thompson.
Dream Warriors as the third chapter in the Elm St saga, ignores the sequel (Freddy's Revenge), all for the better as it wasn't any good. Freddy is more dark and sinister than in the two previous movies.
The acting, plot, dialogue, and casting makes this one of my all time favorite movies. These are not dumb people, they gather together and fight their attacker.
Satisying end, answering questions as well as setting it up for several sequels.
Well, it was made in the 80's enough said. The scenes in which the "green screen" were used are very noticeable. (Skeleton attack).
Taryn to Will: "Oh sure that's the sort of things parents tell their kids; good night darling, say your prayers and oh by the way, your father and I torched some maniac last night."