Blaze the Action Junkie’s review published on Letterboxd:
While many folks claim this one is among the worst of the franchise, I don't think it's quite that bad. We get more creative kill scenes, plenty of Freddy, and a climax that has an absolutely grotesque sequence where souls emerge and destroy Kruger from the inside out which is probably one of the more memorable endings to a Nightmare film. It's also the highest grossing 80's horror film, so it can't be all that bad right?
A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise Ranked
Horror in the 1980’s Ranked
Paranormal / Supernatural films Ranked
Dream Sequences Ranked
Serial Killers Ranked
Jason v Freddy v Michael v Leatherface