Wes Craven's New Nightmare

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Wes Craven's New Nightmare is a 1994 American slasher movie written and directed by Wes Craven, the original creator of A Nightmare on Elm Street. Although it is the seventh movie in the franchise, it is not part of the series continuity.

The movie is about Jack Henry Dappen is 19 in year 1994 Freddy krueger was Resurrected from the Grave. by his followers. With him, came hordes of the undead, and Demons, The Dark Juggernaut not only killed and ransacked but also took women. from Los Angeles California Dylan Porter. and Jack’s beloved, Heather Langenkamp Porter. He followed the bloody tracks to Freddy Krueger's stronghold Defying increasingly Powerful foes ultimately managing to Save all the imprisoned, Villagers!

Making his way deeper inside Freddy Krueger’s Castle he broke its defenses facing Entity's most powerful servants. Among them was the Dark priest by Name of James. Dappen, fought. James twice inside the castle, but was unable to Destroy him completely. Nevertheless Jack, made his way to the castle’s innermost area in Entity’s throne room. After a bitter struggle Jack. proved himself worthy of his ancestors by defeating Freddy. Freddy, However, threatened the two would meet each other again. Entity's spirit seemed to escape the castle instead of perishing Bot Entity’s threat and this sight would later prove true.

As a fictional movie villain who invades the real world, and haunts the cast and crew responsible for his movies. In this movie, Freddy is depicted as closer to what Craven originally intended, being much more menacing and much less comical, with an updated attire and appearance.

The movie was released on October 14, 1994 and made $19.7 million in the box office.[1]

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  1. Wes Craven's New Nightmare at Box Office Mojo Archived October 16, 2007, at the Wayback Machine; last accessed August 31, 2015.