Having recently moved into the same house as one of the victims in the original film, a teenage boy by the name of "Jesse Walsh" (Mark Patton) begins to have nightmares. Since he is new at school he doesn't have too many people to confide in until a fight erupts during physical education which pits him against another classmate named "Ron Grady" (Robert Rusler). After being punished by "Coach Schneider" (Marshall Ball) they then become friends. However, it's his new girlfriend "Lisa Webber" (Kim Myers) who learns of the most horrific nightmares due in large part to a diary they find in his house which was written by the female victim in the previous film. The only difference is that instead of wanting to kill Jesse, the monstrous apparition known as "Freddy Krueger" (Robert Englund) wants to possess him in order to continue his murderous rampage in the real world. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this film wasn't quite in the same league as its predecessor in part because the overall plot limited the nightmares to just one person. Likewise, none of the actors really stood out. It did, however, have some very good graphics which added to the overall ambience and for that reason I have rated it accordingly. Average.