“A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3: Dream Warriors” 1987 Movie Review – The Horror Show

Cecil & Fuego review the very fun entry in the franchise, “A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3: Dream Warriors”, starring Robert Englund, Patricia Arquette and Heather Langenkamp!

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Hosts: Cecil Laird & Jaime En Fuego
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16 thoughts on ““A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3: Dream Warriors” 1987 Movie Review – The Horror Show

  1. This has one of the best opening credit sequences ever! Part 3 has quickly become one of my favorites of the franchise. Definitely the best soundtrack!

  2. I couldn't agree more guys. I just recent did a review on a NOES 1984 on my youtube channel. When i was a kid Freddy was my batman!

  3. Of course 3 is the best! In my opinion nooooooooo way was 1 better. I know my shit; I'm a huge fredhead. Chuck directed a very good movie filled with awesome , inventive kills, awesome idea to have Freddy fight a group of kids inside of one kid. Welcome to prime time bitch rightfully so has gone down in horror movie history. Awesome tie in to the first one, and the special, practical effects.i loved everything about this movie . Yes yes and yes.

  4. I go back and forth between 1 and 3 as my faves, but they are by far the top 2 for me. I love how Dream Warriors expanded on what was established in the original. That tendon marionette is one of my fave scenes in the franchise.

  5. Believe it or not I actually like Dream Master better than Dream Warriors. Dream Warriors is great but there's something about Renny Harlon's direction and the soundtrack is my favorite 80's soundtrack of alltime.

  6. In my opinion this is the best out of all of them . The second one I’d have to pick is the first nightmare on elm street and last would be Freddy vs Jason .

  7. Good sequel, not one of my favs. I prefer pts 4&5 but definitely not bad, I hated the fact they killed nancy off. But the "welcome to prime time bitch" line is a classic lol . Cool review guys!

  8. I am going to be seeing the first Nightmare this Sunday on the big screen, cannot wait as I didn't see it when it came out on the big screen.

  9. I remember this one the most because of the NES game that included the characters from this movie. You could switch between different Dream Warriors. The game terrified me as a kid in the early 90’s!

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