Adam Tenbarge’s review published on Letterboxd:
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master.
I’m starting to notice a common trend within these movies and that is building the character up and killing them off. And listen I’m a walking dead fan and game of thrones and I know the first rule to franchises like this is “no one is safe” especially with a slasher but there at least has to be one character that has a strong story with a good ending. I liked seeing the Dream Warriors again in this one but this one fell short of the 3rd one.
“Well I ain’t Dr. Seuss”