A Nightmare on Elm Street came out November 16, 1984. It Follow's Freddy Krueger, a potty mouth child killer who was burnt alive. But he came back with his Dream Powers he got from a bunch of Beetlejuicey-looking worms. In the first film we are introduced to Nancy (who may or may not be the Daughter of Freddy). She starts having dreams of 'Freddy Krueger' and whenever she tells an adult, including her mom, they act strange and avoided the questions. After multiple of her friends and even her boyfriend are killed she 'Stop's believing' in Freddy and he frizzles out into spratic tv dots. In A Nightmare on elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (November 1, 1985) Follow's Freddy and almost entirely new characters like Jesse, a (defiantly) gay character. He finds out about Freddy and later possessed by him. This is probably my favourite (non-orginal) Nightmare because of all the little innuendo's to the LGBT community. This was extremely applause worthy because this is the early 80's! A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Worriers came February 27, 1987 and goes back to Nancy. She goes to a mental hospital and meets the 'Dream Worriers', a group of mis-fits who all have some sort of dream power. They all go into there dreams but, oh no! Nancy's dead. Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (August 19, 1988) has a similar plot but is a lot more goofy. Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child came out August 11, 1989 and follows a very convoluted (hey) plot. First Freddy's back and was brought back by uh dog pee? Then he wants to posses a baby like some Child's Play nonsense. Over all not many people liked this movie, but sadly it was the last in the core franchise. We would get Wes Craven's New Nightmare (September 9, 1994) which followed a demon that was supposed to look like Freddy but at the same time wasn't Freddy. It was a good film and paved the way for Scream. We got Freddy vs Jason on August 13, 2003. The last Nightmare, A Nightmare on Elm Street, was the first not have have our beloved Robert in the role, it came out 2009.
The Timelines in Nightmare on Elm Street Are:
The original series, The Wes Craven Meta Film and the Reboot
The Finger Glove on Freddy's Fingers,
Boo! Did I scare you? I sure hope I didn't! I've always been a spooky hooman. When I was really little I would watch the Classic Universal Monster Movies with my stepdad. Then I would watch tons of Stephen Spielberg, Right Now I'm reading Stephen King left, right, up (like a floating balloon) and down (the Green Mile). I also like Slashers but who doesn't. I am currently writing a Slasher Horror Comedy Hip Hop Musical with my friend KQ!