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New Nightmare -- A demonic force has chosen Freddy Krueger as its portal to the real world. Can Heather play the part of Nancy one last time and trap the evil trying to enter our world?

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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Wes Craven (characters)
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Release Date:
14 October 1994 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
Dieses mal nützt es nichts wenn du wach bleibst. (This Time, staying awake won't save You) See more »
Plot:
A demonic force has chosen Freddy Krueger as its portal to the real world. Can Heather play the part of Nancy one last time and trap the evil trying to enter our world? Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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1 win & 5 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Jeff Davis ... Freddy's Hand Double (as Jeffrey John Davis)

Heather Langenkamp ... Heather Langenkamp

Miko Hughes ... Dylan

Matt Winston ... Chuck

Rob LaBelle ... Terry

David Newsom ... Chase Porter

Wes Craven ... Wes Craven

Marianne Maddalena ... Marianne Maddalena
Gretchen Oehler ... Script Supervisor

Tracy Middendorf ... Julie
Cully Fredricksen ... Limo Driver

Bodhi Elfman ... TV Studio P.A.
Sam Rubin ... Sam Rubin

Robert Englund ... Robert Englund

Claudia Haro ... New Line Receptionist
Sara Risher ... Sara Risher

Robert Shaye ... Robert Shaye
Cindy Guidry ... Kim at New Line
Ray Glanzmann ... Highway Patrolman

Yonda Davis ... Highway Patrolwoman
Michael Hagiwara ... Coroner

W. Earl Brown ... Morgue Attendant
Kenneth Zanchi ... Minister

Jsu Garcia ... Nick Corri (as Nick Corri)
Tuesday Knight ... Tuesday Knight
Beans Morocco ... Graveyard Worker

John Saxon ... John Saxon

Tamara Mark ... Patrice Englund
Fran Bennett ... Dr. Heffner

Lin Shaye ... Nurse with Pills
Deborah Zara Kobylt ... Newscaster
Diane Nadeau ... Counter Nurse
Star-Shemah Bobatoon ... ICU Nurse #1 (as Star-Shemah)
Lou Thornton ... ICU Nurse #2
Cynthia Savage ... ICU Nurse #3
Jessica Craven ... Junior Nurse with Needle

Sandra Ellis Lafferty ... Senior Nurse with Needle
Thomas G. Burt ... Security Officer
Tina Vail ... Nurse Abbott
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lena Banks ... Mourner (uncredited)

Kathryn Greenwood ... Nurse in Hospital Room with Heather (uncredited)
Kevin Harris ... Hospital Intern (uncredited)

Amanda Wyss ... Christina 'Tina' Grey (archive footage) (uncredited)
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Directed by
Wes Craven 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Wes Craven (characters)

Wes Craven (written by)

Produced by
Wes Craven .... executive producer
Jeffrey Fenner .... associate producer
Marianne Maddalena .... producer
Sara Risher .... co-executive producer
Jay Roewe .... co-producer
Robert Shaye .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
J. Peter Robinson 
 
Cinematography by
Mark Irwin 
 
Film Editing by
Patrick Lussier 
 
Casting by
Gary M. Zuckerbrod  (as Gary Zuckerbrod)
 
Production Design by
Cynthia Kay Charette  (as Cynthia Charette)
 
Art Direction by
Diane McKinnon 
Troy Sizemore 
 
Set Decoration by
Ruby Guidara 
 
Costume Design by
Mary Jane Fort 
 
Makeup Department
Gino Acevedo .... makeup crew
Howard Berger .... special makeup effects
George Bernota .... makeup effects crew
Mark Boley .... makeup crew
Evan Campbell .... makeup effects crew
Erin Haggerty .... special makeup effects coordinator
Camille Henderson .... key hair stylist
Bill Hunt .... makeup effects crew
Hiroshi 'Kan' Ikeuchi .... makeup effects crew
Robert Kurtzman .... special makeup effects
Mark Maitre .... makeup crew
David B. Miller .... makeup artist (as David Miller)
Greg Nicotero .... special makeup effects (as Gregory Nicotero)
Douglas Noe .... makeup effects crew
Ashlee Petersen .... key makeup
Mike J. Regan .... special makeup effects (as Michael J. Regan)
V. Jude Ruta .... makeup crew
Heidi Seeholzer .... assistant makeup artist
Wayne Toth .... makeup effects crew
Kelvin R. Trahan .... hair stylist: freeway unit
Kelvin R. Trahan .... makeup artist: freeway unit
 
Production Management
Leon Dudevoir .... unit production manager: additional shooting
Sara King .... post-production supervisor
Eric McLeod .... production supervisor: additional shooting
Barry H. Waldman .... unit production manager (as Barry Waldman)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jim Behnke .... first assistant director: second unit
Rosemary C. Cremona .... second assistant director
Mickey Gilbert .... second unit director
Jules Kovisars .... dga trainee
Robert Leveen .... second assistant director: additional shooting
Gary Marcus .... first assistant director: additional shooting
Nicholas Mastandrea .... first assistant director (as Nick Mastandrea)
Susan Pickett .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Stephen Alesch .... set designer
Chuck Askerneese .... property assistant
Daniel Beralas .... scenic artist
Richard Brandt .... scenic artist
Kenneth Brooks .... construction foreman (as Ken Brooks)
Joseph Camaioni .... laborer
Raymond Camaioni .... construction coordinator
Cheri Candido .... property master
Nino Candido .... assistant property master
Linda Carsten .... lead scenic artist: additional shooting
Linda Carsten .... scenic artist
Carlos A. Chavez .... labor foreman
Andrerw V. Cicoria .... swing gang
Ralph R. Coulter .... carpenter
Jonathan Craven .... assistant to props: additional shooting
Larce Crawford .... carpenter
Joe Del Monte .... carpenter (as Joseph T. Del Monte)
Catherine Ernst .... set dresser
Pedro Fernández .... carpenter
Star Fritz .... scenic artist
Matt Golden .... storyboard artist
Jon Higgins .... scenic artist
Martha Higgins .... scenic artist
Leza Ingalls .... scenic artist (as Leeza Ingalls)
Humberto Jimenez .... carpenter
Jose Jimenez .... carpenter
Rutilo Jimenez .... carpenter (as Rutilo L. Jimenez)
Katie Karloff .... sculptor
Tom Kearns .... lead man
Loren Lyons .... swing gang (as Loren Patrick Lyons)
Patrick Magin .... sculptor
Karri Mayo .... construction estimator
Anthony McNerney .... carpenter
Robert McNerney .... carpenter (as Robert A. McNerney)
Kiven Meyer .... scenic artist
Linda L. Newman .... lead scenic artist (as Linda Newman)
Linda L. Newman .... painter: Freddy Kreuger paintings (as Linda Newman)
Stephen Reece .... carpenter
Twyla Reppen .... scenic artist
Garner E. Ryan .... carpenter
Salvador Sahagun .... laborer
Grant Scharbo .... on-set dresser
Craig G. Shepherd .... scenic artist
Dan Spaulding .... swing gang
Marc Alan Stevens .... carpenter
Richard C. Welch .... stage foreman (as Richard Welch)
Douglas Womack .... contruction foreman: freeway unit
Charles Wood .... draftsman (as Charles J.H. Wood)
James R. York .... scenic artist
Jerry Bingham .... illustrator (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Moe Chamberlain .... boom operator
Nick Clay .... sound assistant
Paul B. Clay .... sound designer
Paul B. Clay .... sound supervisor
Patricia Conaway Lamberti .... sound assistant (as Patricia Conway)
Roberta Doheny .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert Fernandez .... sound mix engineer
Ellen Heuer .... foley artist
Jerry Jacobson .... dialogue editor
Susan Kurtz .... sound effects editor
Jeff Levison .... stereo sound engineer: DTS
Darrin Mann .... adr recordist
Ken Miller .... sound assistant
Christopher Moriana .... foley artist (as Chris Moriana)
Chris Nava .... sound assistant
Glen Neibaur .... assistant sound engineer
Patrick O'Sullivan .... sound effects editor
Tim Philben .... sound re-recording mixer
Chris Rabideau .... dialogue editor
Cindy Rabideau .... sound effects editor
Peter Reale .... sound re-recording mixer
Karin Roulo .... adr mixer
Karin Roulo .... foley mixer
Pat Somerset .... adr editor (as Patrick Somerset)
Marty Stein .... dialogue editor
Jim Stuebe .... sound mixer
Jim Stuebe .... sound
Mike Szakmeister .... dialogue editor
 
Special Effects by
Jeff Bresin .... special effects crew: second unit
Martin Bresin .... special effects crew: second unit (as Marty Bresin)
Mike Brown .... special effects crew: second unit
Adam Campbell .... special effects crew
John C. Carlucci .... special effects crew
Lou Carlucci .... mechanical effects creator
Andre G. Ellingson .... special effects crew (as Andre Ellingson)
Steven Carlton Ficke .... special effects crew
Morgan Guynes .... special effects crew
Jim Hannah .... special effects crew
Don Hastings .... second unit special effects crew
Steve King .... special effects crew: second unit
Al Marangoni .... special effects crew (as Albert Marangoni)
Mike Menzel .... special effects crew (as Michael W. Menzel)
James Ochoa .... special effects crew
Dwight Roberts .... special effects crew
Scott Sand .... special effects crew: second unit
Charles Schmitz .... special effects crew
Martin Simon .... special effects crew (as Martin Simson)
Matsune Suzuki .... conceptual artist
Vincent Montefusco .... special effects: mechanical effects supervisor/special projects (uncredited)
Wayne Toth .... special effects makeup (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Mike Ball .... visual effects camera assistant
John Coats .... visual effects technical supervisor
Nick Davis .... visual effects producer
Bonnie Dombrowski .... visual effects assistant editor
Tim Donahue .... composite supervisor
Tim Donahue .... matte painting
Linda Landry-Nelson .... visual effects co-producer
Dave Lockwood .... visual effects digital technician
Tina Mesa .... visual effects production manager
William Mesa .... visual effects supervisor
David Stump .... visual effects cameraman (as Dave Stump)
Gary Young .... lead model maker (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Christine Brady .... stunts
Lou Carlucci .... stunts
Debbie Lee Carrington .... stunts (as Debbi Lee Carrington)
Anthony Cecere .... stunt coordinator
Christopher Doyle .... stunts
Annie Ellis .... stunts
Joe Finnegan .... stunt driver (as Joe Finnigan)
Sandy Free .... stunts
Ed Gale .... stunts
Alex Gaona .... stunts
Richie Gaona .... stunts
David Edward Garber .... stunts
Lance Gilbert .... stunt driver
Mickey Gilbert .... stunts
Tim Gilbert .... stunt driver
Gene Hartline .... stunt driver
Chuck Hosack .... stunt driver
Maria R. Kelly .... stunts
Trisha Lane .... stunts
James C. Lewis .... stunt driver (as Jim Lewis)
Lisa McCullough .... stunts
Chere Rae .... stunts (as Chére Rae)
Deep Roy .... stunts
George A. Sack Jr. .... stunt driver
George A. Sack .... stunt driver
Lynn Salvatori .... stunts
Jim Wilkey .... stunt driver
Gene Hartline .... stunts (uncredited)
Bill Young .... precision driver coordinator (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeff Ahrens .... best boy grip: freeway unit
Keith Banks .... first assistant camera: second unit (as Brian Keith Banks)
Steve Bisharat .... best boy electric: freeway unit
Sandy Bloom .... grip
Billy Bosson .... key grip: second unit
Mike Carter .... electrician: freeway unit
Jeffrey N. Civa .... second assistant camera (as Jeffrey Civa)
Brian Crane .... grip: second unit
Chris Culliton .... rigging gaffer
Egor Davidoff .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Michael K. Davis .... best boy electric: second unit (as Michael Davis)
John Ditomaso .... electrician (as John Di Tomaso)
Michael S. Endler .... camera operator: second unit (as Michael Endler)
Mike Flaningam .... best boy grip: second unit (as Michael Flaningam)
Michael Foster .... electrician
Kirk R. Gardner .... Steadicam operator (as Kirk Gardner)
Eric J. Goldstein .... additional camera operator (as Eric Goldstein)
Eric J. Goldstein .... director of photography: second unit (as Eric Goldstein)
Taj Gombart .... camera loader: second unit
César Augusto González .... grip: second unit
Charles A. Harris .... rigging key grip
Brian Heffron .... camera loader
Loren Hillebrand .... dolly grip
Emi Marie Ishikawa .... grip
Steve Kagan .... electrician: second unit
Yariv Michaelovitz .... electrician
Juan Morse .... grip
Jonathan K.E. Norton .... electrician: second unit (as Jonathan Norton)
Andrew Parke .... first assistant camera: second unit
David L. Peck .... Steadicam operator
Marc Polanski .... grip
Larry Roth .... best boy grip
Richard Sands .... gaffer: freeway unit (as Rick Sands)
Katrin Schenk .... electrician: second unit
Frank J. Scibella .... grip: freeway unit (as Frank Scibella)
Charles M. Smallwood .... key grip
David W. Strong .... rigging gaffer
Donald J. Sutherland .... gaffer: second unit
Don Telles .... grip
Miles Thomas .... grip: second unit
Robert D. Tomer .... additional camera operator
Gary Katsuya Ushino .... first assistant camera (as Gary K. Ushino)
Joseph Viles .... unit photographer
Larry Wallace .... electrician: second unit
Troy White .... best boy electric
David L. Whitham .... grip: second unit
David Winner .... key grip: freeway unit (as David H. Winner)
Jay W. Yowler .... gaffer
Emil Hampton .... Steadicam assistant (uncredited)
Denny Logan .... grip: second unit (uncredited)
Scott Medcalf .... electrician (uncredited)
Steven Rogers .... additional first assistant camera (uncredited)
Peter Schmitt .... additional first assistant camera (uncredited)
Gary Katsuya Ushino .... Steadicam assistant (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Jean Scoccimarro .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ann Foley .... set costumer
Carolyn Greco .... wardrobe shopper
Joe Lanzer .... wardrobe supervisor
Gina Wingate .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Edward R. Abroms .... associate editor (as Edward Abroms)
Lynn Abroms .... second assistant editor
Syd Cole .... negative cutter
Marie Hélène Desbiens .... negative cutter
Joe Fineman .... executive in charge of post-production
Peter Devaney Flanagan .... first assistant editor
Mato .... color timer
 
Music Department
Greg Buttars .... supervising music copyist
Leslie Buttars .... supervising music copyist
Harvey Cohen .... additional orchestrator
Paul Di Franco .... music supervisor
Robert Fernandez .... score engineer
Ed Gerrard .... music supervisor
Michael McCuistion .... conductor
Michael McCuistion .... orchestrator
Larry Rench .... additional orchestrator
Lise Richardson .... music editor
Lolita Ritmanis .... additional orchestrator
Scott Rogers .... additional orchestrator
Edgardo Simone .... additional orchestrator
Peter Tomashek .... additional orchestrator
 
Transportation Department
Michael 'Crash' Anderson .... driver: second unit (as Michael Anderson)
Mark Brown .... driver
Charles Clevering .... driver
Guy Duquette .... driver: second unit (as Guy A. Duquette)
Hollywood Dave Flanigan .... driver
Raymond George .... driver (as Raymond R. George)
Charles D. Hindman .... driver: second unit
Buck Holland .... driver: second unit
Donald B. Martin .... driver (as Don Martin)
Glen Mathias .... driver (as Glenn Mathias)
Morgan McGuinness .... driver
Chaddon E. Merrick .... driver: second unit (as Chad Merrick)
Gordie Merrick .... driver
Gordie Merrick .... transportation captain: second unit
Guy Merrick .... driver: second unit (as Gordon C. Merrick III)
Tony 'Bear' Mihalopoulos .... driver
John Nardone .... driver
Rich Rizzo .... driver (as Richard Rizzo)
Griff Ruggles .... transportation coordinator
Ronald Stinton .... driver (as Ronald R. Stinton)
Gregg Videgain .... driver (as Buster Videgain)
Johnny Videgain .... driver (as John R. Videgain)
Danny Westerberg .... transportation captain
Bill Young .... precision driver coordinator (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Diana Adams .... production accountant (as Diana Johnson)
Liz Amsden .... contract administrator
Daniel K. Arredondo .... production assistant
Karolyn Austin .... script supervisor: second unit
Gerard Averill .... assistant location manager (as Gerard W. Averill)
John Bloom .... foam technician
Brad Chelesvig .... musco: second unit
Syd Cole .... positive assembler
Jeff Davis .... stand-in (as Jeffrey John Davis)
Marie Hélène Desbiens .... positive assembler
Phil Eisenhower .... set teacher
Wayne Erickson .... metal work
Cynthia Garcia Walker .... assistant production accountant (as Cynthia Walker)
Lance Gentile .... medical technical advisor
Timothy Gray .... production executive
Fred Grossman .... post-production accountant
Holly Hagy .... production coordinator: additional shooting
Lisa Harrison .... production secretary
Marlene Hart .... assistant production coordinator: additional shooting
Patrick Hibler .... craft service
Tony Hoffman .... product placement
Gretchen Hyman .... production assistant
Ari Jampolsky .... assistant location manager
Lynne McQuaker Kavner .... assistant: Sara Risher
Sean Lally .... eel wrangler: additional shooting
Troy Larkin .... stand-in
Robin Leishman .... studio manager
Kim Little .... eel double for Heather: additional shooting
Simon Loftus .... foam technician
Pearl A. Lucero .... production coordinator (as Pearl Lucero)
Angela Lussier .... assistant: Wes Craven and Marianne Maddalena
Marshall D. Moore .... location manager
Chuck Mullaney .... production intern
Diane Nadeau .... stand-in
Michael Sean O'Harra .... metal work
Brian Odo .... production secretary: additional shooting
Gretchen Oehler .... script supervisor
Sandra Ohlfest .... nurse
Paul Prokop .... production controller
Lori Robertson .... medical technical advisor
Phillip L. Rosen .... production attorney
Diane L. Sabatini .... assistant production coordinator (as Diane Sabatini)
Marla D. Saltzer .... production assistant
Sonja Marie Samuel .... accounting assistant
Rudy Scalese .... production assistant
Eva M. Schroeder .... assistant location manager
Joshua David Scott .... production intern
Lee Steadman .... locations: second unit
Randall E. Tedesco .... craft service: freeway unit
Lee Tucker .... preview technical supervisor
Bill Tyler .... production assistant
François Guerrar .... press attache: France (uncredited)
Don Wyse .... fire safety (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Stuart M. Besser .... special thanks (as Stuart Besser)
Gregg Fonseca .... dedicatee
 
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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Wes Craven's New Nightmare" - USA (complete title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for explicit horror violence and gore, and for language
Runtime:
112 min | Australia:107 min (video)
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Aspect Ratio:
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Certification:
Argentina:13 | Australia:MA | Canada:R | Canada:16+ (Quebec) | Canada:18+ (TV rating) | Finland:K-16 | Germany:16 (cut) | Iceland:16 | Italy:T | Mexico:C | Netherlands:16 | Norway:18 (video premiere) | Portugal:M/16 | South Korea:15 | Spain:18 | UK:15 (original rating) | UK:15 (video re-rating) (2004) | UK:18 (video rating) (1995) | USA:R (certificate #32809)

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Trivia:
All of the earthquake sequences in the film were actually filmed one month prior to the Los Angeles quake of '94. The real quake struck only 2 weeks before the end of filming. Subsequently, a unit was sent out to film drive-by footage of actual quake damaged areas of the city before the end of filming. The cast and crew believed that the earthquake scenes that were filmed before the real quake struck were perhaps a bit overdone, but when viewed after the real quake hit, all were frightened by the realism of it.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: Right after the second aftershock when Heather Langenkamp sees the three cracks appear in the wall she runs down the stairs and is wearing only black nylons on her feet. When she bends over to hug Dylan she is seen wearing powder blue slippers; then in the next shot after she comes back from calling Jason at the door, the slippers are gone again.See more »
Quotes:
Heather Langenkamp:Every kid knows who Freddy is. He's like Santa Claus... or King Kong or...See more »
Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
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47 out of 70 people found the following review useful.
This should have been part 2, 29 June 1999
Author: Dan Grant (dan.grant@bell.ca) from Toronto, Ontario

I love horror movies. I love being scared and I love the fact that a movie (something make believe that I, as an intelligent person,knows is just images projected from a screen ) can manipulate my emotions and make me nervous. This is one of those movies. And in the 90's, there have only been two movies that have actually made me nervous in some scenes. And those two movies are by Craven himself---Scream and this one.

When this film first came out, it was ten years and six films after the original. I have seen all the Freddy movies more out of morbid curiosity than out of interest. And maybe a part of me was hoping to catch a glimpse of what made the first so damn scary. And time and time again I was disappointed. But when I read in Fangoria magazine that this new one was going to be directed by Craven, I got very excited. Could it possibly be that this film would go back to it's roots?

Yes, it did.

There is no two ways about it, Craven cares about Freddy. He cares about how he was supposed to be, not what he has turned into in the last decade. Freddy was not even remotely funny in the first one. He was a brutal, maniacal, sadistic, bent on revenge murderer. He wanted to slice Nancy in two and he did that to Tina ( actually sliceher into many pieces ). But in the mindless sequels to come, he became Eddie Murphy. And there was nothing frightening about the sequels. They made money but they weren't true horror films. But this one, well this one goes back to it's roots and is almost as scary as the first one.

This story is about the film character of Freddy becoming real somehow. He has been a part of Lagenkamp, Saxon, Craven and Englund's life for so long that he has somehow become real. And now what was once a simple film character actually haunts the cast of the original. We even get to see Rod ( Tina's boyfriend from the original ) at one of the funerals. And what makes the story scary is that now Freddy has decided to come after Heather's kid.

This film goes back to all the techniques that made the first a classic. There is excellent direction to make us fear what is under the bed. The lighting is classic horror film lighting and the music is perfect. There is however one complaint that I have and that is when Freddy is chasing the kid across the road. He has become larger than life. He is like the Stay Puft marshmallow man from Ghostbusters. And that it seems is much more like the other Nightmares, not Craven's version. And that takes away the delight in watching what was otherwise a perfect horror film.

I said in one of my reviews of a horror film that there are no films in the 90's that are truly scary. However this one is as close to an 80's horror flick as you will get now a days. It is very frightening and it is almost a prequel to Scream. This is one film that should not be missed. It is a tribute to what scary films are supposed to be. If I want to laugh I'll see Chris Rock, but if I want to be scared, Craven is the man!

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