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 ... See full summary »
Kelly Jo Minter
In Springwood, long before he became a demon of dreams, Freddy Krueger stalked the streets under another name - The Springwood Slasher. A little girl will learn why she should never get into a stranger's car.
Despite what some people may think, this is not another sequel or another bash at a TV series. It's more of a game show. Freddy hosts and challenges contestants to face their fears. One ... See full summary »
Ronald Walter Barker,
The evil, sinister killer of the "Nightmare On Elm Street" movies, Freddy Krueger, hosts this show, where each week, he shows us a tale of evil and death about the lives of people who live in Springwood. Written by
Rick mentions that the Beefy Boy is closing early and the owner never comes in since "the shooting". This is a reference to "It's a Miserable Life" in which the employee (who is the owner's son) is shot at the drive-thru during his nightmare. See more »
[Freddy has possessed Mara's body]
Help, Harry! Harry! Harry!
[in the real world, in Mara's body, using his real voice]
Shut up, bitch! He can't hear you.
I beg your pardon?
[using Mara's voice]
Nothing. I was talking to myself.
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i recall seeing the show 1st on video looking around at my video store in 1989 and noticed a collection of Freddy videos that wouldn't have been the movies so i rented 2 there were about 8 in the collection that were released by Virgin Vision the first one i saw was "It's a Miserable Life" and then the second one on that tape was "Freddie's Tricks and Treats" 2nd tape was with "No More Mr Nice Guy" and "Killer Instinct" one thing struck me about the show was that it was very clever and very eerie or surreal and maybe somewhat macabre the music was surreal and original not typical horror music by hard to classify.
it is a fave show of mine as it aired on Australian TV in the early 90s late at night 10:30-1:30 slot
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