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A Nightmare on Elm Street 

Not Rated | | Comedy | Episode aired 31 October 2006
After getting rid of Jason, the Nerd appeared to be free from his torture. Only to discover that he's being visited by Freddy in his dreams. In the dream world Freddy forces the Nerd to ... See full summary »

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(as James D. Rolfe)
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The Angry Nintendo Nerd / Freddy Krueger / Nerd's Clone #1 / Nerd's Clone #2 / Nerd's Clone #3
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Storyline

After getting rid of Jason, the Nerd appeared to be free from his torture. Only to discover that he's being visited by Freddy in his dreams. In the dream world Freddy forces the Nerd to play the Nightmare on Elm Street game for the NES. With the generic Halloween monsters and the campy music, it was far from being as great as it's movie counterpart. The Nerd's main complaint is that the main character in the game has no weapons except for the dream sequences. The Nerd will have to think of something fast if he wants to get rid of Freddy and get out of his own nightmare. Written by J LeGault

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31 October 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

James Rolfe and Mike Matei both played Freddy in this episode, with Mike portraying him in any shot in which James portrays The Nerd. They originally planned to get Robert Englund, the original actor, for Freddy, but couldn't. See more »

Quotes

The Angry Nintendo Nerd: The hell with that shit.
The Angry Nintendo Nerd #2: The hell with that damn shit.
The Angry Nintendo Nerd #3: The hell with that damn fucking shit.
The Angry Nintendo Nerd #4: The hell with that goddamn, motherfucking bullshit!
The Angry Nintendo Nerd #3: Relax.
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References Doom (1993) See more »

Soundtracks

Music from A Nightmare on Elm Street
Music by Charles Bernstein (uncredited)
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This episode is fantastic, and this is coming from a guy who's in the minority of liking the game.
21 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

If you took the time to look at my review on the game, you can tell that I liked it, despite its minor flaws. But the AVGN episode was also pretty good. The special effects were great, something that James Rolfe should be proud of. Interesting fact, James used plastic wrap to protect the cartridge from the chocolate and peanut butter, and I could barely even see it, and this is 2006 I'm talking about, it's just perfect.


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