{"title":"A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors","dateDebut":"1987","dateEnd":null,"description":"\u201cA Nightmare on Elm Street 3\u201d introduced ideas that gave future Freddy movies a better base to build from. It also featured an unpredictable climax that many people thought would conclude this franchise once and for all, but we all know by now that not even holy water and a largely-procrastinated burial can keep Freddy down. Upon the movie\u2019s opening, we are introduced to, not only the title of which this franchise is most recognized, but also a lonely, close-to-suicide, teen named Kristen Parker. After Kristen\u2019s mother finds her in the bathroom with her wrists slit, she takes her a psychiatric clinic where the rest of the \u201cliving\u201d Elm street children are coping with intense reoccurring nightmares similar to Kristen\u2019s. In addition, Nancy Thompson (who didn\u2019t die after all) arrives to study these subjects\u2019 strange behavior. Through a dream Kristen pulls her into, Nancy discovers that Freddy is once again wrecking havoc. There is hope however, Freddy\u2019s mother, Amanda Kruger, shares her son's morbid history with a kind-hearted psychiatrist\u2014revealing one possible way in which this madman can be destroyed for good. Meanwhile, one of the \u201cdream warriors\u201d falls into a coma and becomes bait to lower the others into Freddy's court, so Nancy & the remaining children team up using Kristen\u2019s gift and unleash powers that can only be used in their dreams. But the story doesn't stop there. Oh no!","leadImageMedUrl":"https:\/\/media.retrojunk.com\/file\/9178252f9ed56082c5dcad5531dd34cafa59f806de58acbb3856b5c7f7ecdcaac231f43c2bf7e1\/image\/0c3_c176feb209__eba04858d8.jpg"}