A man is brutally killed in a firey accident. He haunts the dreams of our lead girl and his face is burned and scared from his death. In these dreams, he kills her friends and when she wakes up, they are dead in real life. This burned dream demon says silly one-liners.
From the burned killer to the nightmares that impact real life, yeah, it’s safe to say that Dream Stalker is a Nightmare on Elm Street rip-off. In the early 90s Freddy Krueger was still a pop culture icon, even if box office sales didn’t reflect that. Krueger mania was still alive and well even if they were trying to kill him off in the films. In 1991, new line cinema killed off Krueger for good in one of the most anticlimatic series finally. But it was from his death, that a new dream demon was born. Coming out the same year as Freddy’s dead the final nightmare, Dream Stalker stole the formula and tried to run with it. Being a cheap shot on video, straight-to-video feature, it never had a chance to reach the same large audience as the elm street films. If New Line Cinema was not going to continue making money off this idea, why not capitalize and make it the way you want to make it?
Metal Cover of A Nightmare on Elm Street by Zach Hurst https://www.youtube.com/c/ZachHurst
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