A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child

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Release Date: August 11, 1989

Status: Released

Running time: 1h 29m

Content Rating: R

Budget: $6,000,000

Revenue: $22,168,359

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Alice, having survived the previous installment of the Nightmare series, finds the deadly dreams of Freddy Krueger starting once again. This time, the taunting murderer is striking through the sleeping mind of Alice's unborn child. His intention is to be "born again" into the real world. The only one who can stop Freddy is his dead mother, but can Alice free her spirit in time to save her own son?

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slasher · 
murder · 
horror · 
sadism · 
ohio · 
womb · 
fetus · 
birth · 
torture · 
vision · 
pregnancy · 
nightmare · 
asylum · 
dream · 
monster · 
baby · 

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A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (stylized on-screen as A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child) is a 1989 American gothic slasher film directed by Stephen Hopkins and written by Leslie Bohem. It is the fifth installment in the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, and stars Lisa Wilcox, and Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger. The film follows Krueger, using a now pregnant Alice Johnson's baby's dreams to claim new victims. The film's general tone is much darker than that of the previous films. A blue filter lighting technique is used in most of the scenes. It is one of the final slasher films released in the 1980s. The Dream Child was released on August 11, 1989, and grossed $22.1 million on a budget of $8 million, a steep decline in box office receipts from Dream Warriors and The Dream Master, while still a box office success and the highest grossing slasher film of 1989. It received mostly negative reviews from critics. The film was followed by Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991).
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