Die Filmreihe Nightmare [ˈnaɪtmɛɹ] (dt. „Albtraum“) bzw. A Nightmare on Elm Street (Originaltitel) ist eine populäre Horrorfilm-Reihe um einen Serienmörder. Through the dreams of an unborn child, Freddy has resurrected himself and he's looking for new victims in A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child. Die fünfzehnjährige Tina hat einen Alptraum und wird von einem Mann mit Fingernägeln aus Stahl durch den Keller gehetzt. Am nächsten Morgen erfährt sie, dass ihre Freundin Nancy den gleichen Traum hatte. Als Tina in der folgenden Nacht.
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Nightmare On Elmstreet Navigation menu VideoA Nightmare on Elm Street Official Trailer #1 - (2010) HD A Nightmare on Elm Street is een Amerikaanse horrorfilm uit geregisseerd door Wes Craven. Het is het eerste deel van wat uitgroeide tot een filmreeks waarin het personage Freddy Krueger centraal staat, telkens gespeeld door Robert Englund. De film werd geproduceerd met een budget van 1,8 miljoen dollar. De officiële reacties op A Nightmare on Elm Street waren wisselend, maar de titel zorgde Producent: Robert Shaye. This page is being broken down into multiple pages. This is a list of deaths that occurred in the A Nightmare on Elm Street films. 1 The Original Film Series A Nightmare on Elm Street A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (film) A Nightmare on Elm Street .
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Rate This. The spectre of a disfigured man haunts the children of the parents who murdered him, stalking and killing them in their dreams.
Von dem fünften Teil ist auch nur eine R-Rated Fassung erhältlich obwohl es in Amerika eine Unrated Fassung gibt die wesentlich brutaler ist.
Die Schnittfassungen unterscheiden sich enorm siehe Schnittberichte. Wird ein Nightmare -Film im deutschen Fernsehen ausgestrahlt, so ist er im Normalfall stark geschnitten.
August , nach einer Neuprüfung, ungekürzt für Jugendliche ab 16 Jahren freigegeben. Teil auf FSK 16 herabgestuft. Die Szene, in der der erste Mord zu sehen ist, war in der 7 Sekunden längeren Version zu sehen, die es sonst offiziell nur in Deutschland auf VHS gibt.
Auch alle anderen Gewaltszenen waren komplett unzensiert, allerdings gab es mehrere Handlungsschnitte, die schon in der den Sendern überlassenen Kopie fehlten.
Im Fahrwasser des Kinoerfolges wurde auch eine Nightmare-Fernsehserie produziert. Dabei decken sich einige Fakten nicht mit den Kinofilmen, weswegen die Serie als eigenständiges Werk anzusehen ist.
The original film was released in A series of sequels produced by the independent film company New Line Cinema followed. New Line often attributes the growth of their company to the success of the Nightmare series.
When comparing the United States box office grosses of other American horror film series, A Nightmare on Elm Street is the third highest grossing series in adjusted US dollars.
The pilot episode focused on the night Freddy was burned alive by the angry parents of the children he had killed, though the rest of the series featured episodes with independent plots.
Twelve novels, separate from the adaptations of the films, and multiple comic book series were published featuring Freddy Krueger, as well as a crossover film featuring fellow horror icon Jason Voorhees from the Friday the 13th franchise.
A remake of the film was released in , and a second remake is planned. Krueger's back-story is revealed by Nancy's mother, Marge, who explains he was a child murderer.
The parents of Springwood killed Krueger after he was acquitted on a technicality. Nancy defeats Freddy by pulling him from the dream world and stripping him of his powers when she stops being afraid of him.
Freddy possesses the body of Jesse Walsh Mark Patton , using him to kill. Jesse is temporarily saved by his girlfriend Lisa Kim Myers , who helps him exorcise Krueger's spirit.
In the second sequel, Freddy is systematically killing the last of the Elm Street children. The few remaining children have been placed in Westin Hills Mental Institution, for allegedly attempting suicide.
Nancy Thompson arrives at Westin Hills as a new intern, and realizes the children are being killed by Freddy. With the help of Dr.
Neil, unknowingly until the end, meets the spirit of Freddy's mother, Amanda Krueger Nan Martin , who instructs him to bury Freddy's remains in hallowed ground in order to stop him for good.
Neil completes his task, but not before Freddy kills Nancy. Alice begins inadvertently providing victims for Freddy when she begins pulling people into her dreams while she sleeps.
Alice, who begins taking on traits of the friends who were murdered, confronts Freddy. She uses the power of the Dream Master to release all the souls Freddy has taken; they subsequently rip themselves from Freddy's body, killing him in the process.
The spirit of Amanda Krueger Beatrice Boepple returns, revealing that Freddy was conceived when she, a nun working in a mental asylum, was accidentally locked in a room with " maniacs" and raped "hundreds of times".
Amanda Krueger convinces Jacob to use the powers he was given by Freddy against him, which gives her the chance to subdue Freddy long enough for Alice and Jacob to escape the dream world.
Freddy's goal is to create new "Elm Streets", and begin a new killing spree after having killed all of the children in Springwood.
Maggie, utilizing new dream techniques, uncovers Krueger's past, which include: being taunted by schoolmates for being the "son of maniacs", being cruel to animals, beaten by his stepfather, the murder of his own wife when she discovers he has been killing children, and the moment when the Dream Demons arrive in his boiler room to make him the offer of eternal life.
Eventually, Maggie pulls Freddy out of the dream world, and uses a pipe bomb to blow him up. Wes Craven returned to the Nightmare series a third time with New Nightmare in This film focuses on a fictional "reality", where Craven, Langenkamp, and Englund all play themselves, and where the character of Freddy Krueger is really an evil entity that has been trapped in the realm of fiction by all the movies that have been made.
Since the movies have stopped, the entity, which likes being Freddy Krueger, is trying to escape into the real world.
The only person in its way is Heather Langenkamp, who the entity sees as "Nancy" — the first person who defeated him.
Craven explains to Langenkamp the only way to keep the entity contained is for her to "play Nancy one last time". Langenkamp pursues "Krueger", who has kidnapped her son, into the dream world as "Nancy".
There, she and her son trap Krueger in a furnace until he is finally destroyed. The film, Freddy vs. Jason , explains that Freddy Krueger has grown weak as people in Springwood, his home, have suppressed their fear of him.
Jason accomplishes this, but refuses to stop killing. A battle ensues in both the dream world and Crystal Lake between the two villains.
The winner is left ambiguous, as Jason surfaces from the lake holding Freddy's severed head, which winks and laughs. In , a remake of the original Nightmare on Elm Street was released.
Here, Freddy Jackie Earle Haley stalks the dreams of Nancy Holbrook Rooney Mara and her friends as they discover that they all share a common link from their childhood; they were all physically and sexually abused by Freddy before he was murdered by their vengeful parents.
Now a supernatural force in their dreams, Freddy kills off the children that alerted the parents about his transgressions.
Freddy slowly works his way to Nancy, his favorite of the children, and manipulates her into going without sleep long enough that her body falls into a coma, resulting in permanent sleep and life with Freddy forever.
De fim werd in genomineerd voor de Saturn Awards voor beste horrorfilm en beste jonge acteur Jsu Garcia. In kwam daar een derde nominatie bij voor de beste dvd -uitgave van een klassieke film.
In Springwood — een fictief plaatsje in de Amerikaanse staat Ohio — heeft de tiener Christina Gray een nachtmerrie over een man met een volledig verbrand gezicht die haar in een stookruimte achtervolgt en aanvalt.
Hij draagt een rood-groene trui, een hoed en handschoenen en hij heeft lange, scherpe scheermessen in plaats van vingers. Ze schrikt verontrust wakker omdat de droom zo echt lijkt.
Dan merkt ze tot haar verbijstering dat ze sneden in haar nachtjapon heeft, precies op dezelfde plekken waar de man haar in haar droom met zijn messen sneed.
De volgende dag hoort Tina dat haar beste vriendin Nancy Thompson precies dezelfde droom gehad heeft. Wanneer Tina's rebelse vriend Rod Lane langskomt, vertrekken de twee naar de slaapkamer.
Tina valt in slaap en dezelfde droom keert terug, maar dan gebeurt er iets heel vreemds: terwijl ze in haar droom door de man wordt vermoord, vliegt ze in werkelijkheid uit haar bed tegen het plafond terwijl ze zware verwondingen oploopt.
Even later ligt ze dood op de vloer, de kamer zit vol bloed. Rod wordt aangewezen als moordenaar aangezien hij zich als enige met haar in dezelfde ruimte bevond.
Nancy wordt intussen in haar dromen ook achtervolgd door de man, onder andere als ze in de klas in slaap valt. Nancy and Glen find his body hanging in his cell.
At Rod's funeral, Nancy's parents become worried when she describes her dreams about Freddy. Her mother, Marge, takes her to a sleep disorders clinic where, in a dream, Nancy grabs Freddy's fedora with his name "Fred Krueger" written in it and pulls it from the dream into reality.
Upon barricading the house, Marge reveals to Nancy that Krueger was an insane child murderer who was released on a technicality and then burned alive by parents living on their street seeking vigilante justice.
Nancy realizes that Krueger, now a vengeful ghost , desires revenge and to satiate his psychopathic needs. Nancy tries to call Glen to warn him but his father prevents her from speaking to him.
Glen falls asleep and is killed by Krueger. Now alone, Nancy puts Marge to sleep and asks Don, who is across the street investigating Glen's death, to break into the house in twenty minutes.
Nancy rigs booby traps around the house and grabs Krueger out of the dream and into the real world. The booby traps affect Krueger enough that Nancy is able to light him on fire and lock him in the basement.
Nancy rushes to the door for help. The police arrive to find that Krueger has escaped from the basement. Nancy and Don go upstairs to find a burning Krueger smothering Marge in her bedroom.
After Don puts out the fire, Krueger and Marge vanish into the bed. When Don leaves the room, Krueger rises from the bed behind Nancy. Nancy realizes that Krueger is powered by his victim's fear and she calmly turns her back to him.
Krueger evaporates when he attempts to lunge at her. Nancy steps outside into a bright and foggy morning where all of her friends and her mother are still alive.
Nancy gets into Glen's convertible to go to school and then the top suddenly comes down and locks them in as the car drives uncontrollably down the street.
Three girls in white dresses playing jump rope are heard chanting Krueger's nursery rhyme as Marge is grabbed by Krueger through the front door window.
Some of the men died in their sleep soon after. Medical authorities called the phenomenon Asian Death Syndrome. The condition afflicted men between the ages of 19 and 57 and was believed to be sudden unexplained death syndrome or Brugada syndrome or both.
Other sources attribute the inspiration for the film to be a student film project made by Craven's students at Clarkson University.
The student film parodied contemporary horror films, and was filmed along Elm Street in Potsdam, New York.
The film's villain, Freddy Krueger, is drawn from Craven's early life. One night, a young Craven saw an elderly man walking on the sidepath outside the window of his home.
The man stopped to glance at a startled Craven and walked off. This served as the inspiration for Krueger.
He's the boogey man and the worst fear of children — the adult that's out to get them. He's a very primal figure, sort of like Kronos devouring his children — that evil, twisted, perverted father figure that wants to destroy and is able to get them at their most vulnerable moment, which is when they're asleep!
By Craven's account, his own adolescent experiences led him to the name Freddy Krueger ; he had been bullied at school by a child named Fred Krueger.
Craven chose to make Krueger's sweater red and green after reading an article in a Scientific American that said these two colors were the most clashing colors to the human retina.
Craven strove to make Krueger different from other horror film villains of the era. So I thought of him being burned and scarred.
Wes Craven began writing the screenplay for A Nightmare on Elm Street around , after he had finished production on Swamp Thing He pitched it to several studios, but each one of them rejected it for different reasons.
The first studio to show interest was Walt Disney Productions , although they wanted Craven to tone down the content to make it suitable for children and preteens.
Craven declined. Universal Studios also passed; Craven, who was in desperate personal and financial straits during this period, later framed the company's rejection letter on the wall of his office,  which reads in its December 14, print: "We have reviewed the script you have submitted, A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Unfortunately, the script did not receive an enthusiastic enough response from us to go forward at this time. However, when you have a finished print, please get in touch and we would be delighted to screen it for a possible negative pick up.
Finally, the fledgling and independent New Line Cinema corporation, which had up to that point only distributed films, agreed to produce the film.
New Line Cinema lacked the financial resources for the production themselves and so had to turn to external financers. Actor David Warner was originally cast to play Freddy.
Replacing him was difficult at first. Kane Hodder , who would later be best known for playing fellow slasher icon Jason Voorhees , was among those who Wes Craven talked with about the role of Freddy.
According to Hodder, "I had a meeting with Wes Craven about playing a character he was developing called Freddy Krueger.
At the time, Wes wasn't sure what kind of person he wanted for the role of Freddy, so I had as good a shot as anybody else. He was initially thinking of a big guy for the part, and he was also thinking of somebody who had real burn scars.
But obviously, he changed his whole line of thinking and went with Robert Englund, who's smaller. I would have loved to play the part, but I do think Wes made the right choice".
Then Robert Englund auditioned.