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A Nightmare on Elm Street (Infinifilm Edition) (2006)

John Saxon , Ronee Blakley , Wes Craven  |  R |  DVD
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  • Actors: John Saxon, Ronee Blakley, Heather Langenkamp, Amanda Wyss, Nick Corri
  • Directors: Wes Craven
  • Writers: Wes Craven
  • Producers: Robert Shaye, Stanley Dudelson, Joseph Wolf
  • Format: Dolby, Color, Limited Edition, NTSC, Original recording remastered, Special Edition, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1 EX), English (DTS ES 6.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 26, 2006
  • Run Time: 122 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (492 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,724 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "A Nightmare on Elm Street (Infinifilm Edition)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Newly remastered picture and sound restored from the original film negative
  • Commentary by director Wes Craven, stars Heather Langenkamp and John Saxon, and director of photography Jacques Haitkin
  • Alternate ending(s)
  • "Never Sleep Again: The Making of A Nightmare on Elm Street" featurette
  • "The House That Freddy Built: The Legacy of New Line Horror" featurette
  • "Night Terrors: The Origins of Wes Craven's Nightmares" featurette
  • Pop-up prompts
  • Nightmare fact track
  • Video clips
  • Exclusive "Infinifilm" ROM content

Editorial Reviews

Additional Features

Though a barrage of inferior sequels and ceaseless marketing has somewhat dulled Freddy Krueger's menace, the subconscious-stalking slasher fiend was never more frightening than in writer-director Wes (Scream, The Hills Have Eyes) Craven's original Nightmare on Elm Street feature, which has been bolstered by fresh supplemental content in this new two-disc set. Played to the hilt by character actor Robert Englund (who's still enjoying his status as Hollywood's King Boogeyman in films like 2001 Maniacs), Krueger was a diabolically novel movie villain, a pitiless child murderer who pursued the offspring of the parents who killed him through their dreams, and butchering them with a horrific knife-fingered glove whose wounds would be inflicted in the waking world as well as in their sleep. Craven's mix of suspense, gore, and surrealism struck a major chord with audiences in 1984, which lead to a lengthy Freddy franchise and the elevation of parent company New Line Cinema from second-tier distribution house to major Hollywood studio. It also helped establish Craven as one of horror's most dependable (and profitable) filmmakers, and gave a first-time actor named Johnny Depp a memorable debut as the boyfriend of embattled heroine Nancy (Heather Langenkamp).

The Infinifilm Special Edition is not the definitive presentation of A Nightmare on Elm Street--minor deleted scenes that have been featured in other DVD releases are not present here, and the version presented in this set is the R-rated edit, which means that the few seconds of splatter trimmed from the picture by the MPAA prior to its theatrical release are still missing. But the new featurettes--on the making of the film, New Line's post-Nightmare horror efforts, and an interesting look at the science and philosophy of dreams--are all well-produced and informative, and offer interviews with most of the major players involved in the production, from Craven and Englund to producers/New Line heads Robert Shaye and Sara Risher. Two commentary tracks--one vintage, with Craven, star John Saxon, Langenkamp, and cinematographer Jacques Haitkin, and the other new, which adds Risher, Shaye, and co-stars Ronee Blakeley and Amanda Wyss to that line-up (but without Saxon)--are also included, as are three alternate endings, each with different impacts. The Infinifilm features allow viewers to access numerous clips (including bits from the featurettes and deleted scenes) as well as a text-only "fact track" and a trivia challenge. --Paul Gaita

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Brand new 2-DVD special edition features a remastered picture and sound, special packaging and all new bonus features.

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73 of 86 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not complete or definitive October 1, 2006
Overall this two-set disc DVD is great. It includes many deleted scenes and the sound and picture is great as well.

Although this is certainly not definitive/complete. There are out takes, extended scenes, FX shots, TV spots, etc., that are not included. Such as a dialog between Lt. Thompson and Sgt. Garcia in the police station, more scenes of Nancy getting ready to battle Freddy (like pouring gasoline in that glass bottle she threw at him in the basement), another take of Glen's body rising out of the bed, an extended dialog between Marge and Mr. Thompson at the cemetery, a dialog between Lt. Thompson and Mr. Lantz (Glen's father), etc. These others were released in 1996 on laserdisc by Elite Entertainment and a two-cassette VHS by Anchor Bay. There is also trivia missing from the movie like, for example, the guy who was reading Hamlet aloud in English class is Daryl Hannah's brother. Although there is a discussion of the different types and ways of doing Freddy's makeup, there's no mention of what Wes Craven originally wanted (such as the teeth showing through the flesh above the jaws, which ironically was used on the "demon" version of Freddy when he jumps out of the lake in Jason vs. Freddy). Nor mention of all the actresses Heather Langenkamp beat out such as Jennifer Grey (Dirty Dancing), Demi Moore, Courteney Cox (Ave Ventura, Scream, Friends), and Tracey Gold (Growing Pains).

But this is as close to complete as currently available on DVD. Now that we have the infinifilm special edition, hopefully a special edition director's cut/uncut will appear one day with (if possible) the extended scenes placed back in the movie itself and not as special features to be viewed separately along with all the goodies in this and the VHS/laserdisc versions.
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52 of 61 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The film that revolutionized the horror genre January 17, 2004
It is a true testament to writer-director Wes Craven's genius that many people now first think of Scream rather than A Nightmare on Elm Street upon hearing his name. While Scream certainly re-energized the horror movie genre, A Nightmare on Elm Street revolutionized it entirely when it was released in 1984. Twenty years after the fact, the movie doesn't seem quite as scary as it did originally, but this movie has truly shocked and frightened many a moviegoer over the years, resonated with untold numbers of men and women in a new and undeniably powerful way, drawn in many viewers that had never cared about horror before, and introduced one of the greatest, most popular horror icons of past, present, and future in Freddy Krueger.
When you really look at the genesis of this movie, its incredible success is truly mind-boggling. Wes Craven had already made waves in the business with such horror classics as Last House on the Left, but the script for A Nightmare on Elm Street made the rounds of Hollywood for three years before the relatively unknown New Line Cinema stepped up to make the movie a reality. The total budget for the film was well under two million dollars, and the filmmakers basically worked miracles to make the film as viscerally shocking and beautifully gory as it is. A tremendous cast was assembled: veteran actor John Saxon and newcomer Johnny Depp (in his very first role) are terrific, Robert Englund needs no introduction for his unforgettable portrayal of Freddy Krueger, and a young and innocent Heather Langenkamp delivers a dazzling performance as Nancy Thompson. (Ronee Blakley's performance as Nancy's mother is over-the-top and rather poor in general, but this is essentially the movie's only weakness.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Meet Fred Krueger February 19, 2008
By William
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Freddy Krueger is something else. Robert Englund plays the slasher/boogeyman with the relish of a Batman villian without sacrificing his menace. Compared to Jason or Michael Meyers, Freddy is the life of the party...or the death of it if he catches you asleep. Not that this first installment of the Nightmare series is full of laughs. In his first appearance Freddy is truly scary. But he enjoys being scary and as audience members we enjoy being scared by him. As a horror personality Freddy is unequaled and seeing how he was introduced to audiences you can see that he was both a charismatic monster and a terrifying threat from the start.
But I need to admit something: I generally think less is more where blood is concerned. It's a matter of taste, I know, but that said I decided I really like this movie.
This is an unabashadly bloody slasher movie but one cannot deny that it is an imaginative one. I have been more terrified by other horror movies But few horror movies stay with you like A Nightmare on Elm Street. You'll likely be dreaming of Freddy Krueger yourself afterwards.
I recall one horror movie historian saying that horror movies are our way of making friends with the monsters of our imagination. I think he's right. And I think therein lies the appeal of Freddy. He's a sick killer but we also want to make friends with him.
Finally, I think the extras on this two disc set are what really make it special. If it were the movie by itself I might subtract a star or two, but I really liked the making of video and extra documentaries. Wes Craven tells you about the origins of Freddy down to the reasons for the color selections for his stripped sweater. (That particular shade of red and green were said to be the most distressing color combination to the human psyche).
So if your a horror fan, get A Nightmare on Elm Street (if you don't already have it).
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5.0 out of 5 stars A classic
What can one say about this film other than it set the pace for many, many horror films that followed it. I'd not seen it for many years, and thoroughly enjoyed it again.
Published 3 days ago by Compusurge
2.0 out of 5 stars Doesn't hold up.
I hadn't seen this since back in the day. I think back then it was a pretty original idea and that had some impact, but this film doesn't hold up in present day the way a classic... Read more
Published 7 days ago by Christopher Ness
5.0 out of 5 stars A Nightmare on Elm Street
I bought this for my son and Husband they both like the Nightmare on Elm Street Series this is their favorite movie.
Published 26 days ago by Denise M. Bristow
1.0 out of 5 stars unhappy
Because the movie is scratched all over and the movie is labeled wrong. I would like to return it.

Published 1 month ago by Regina Gordon
5.0 out of 5 stars Whats not to LOVE??
Come on, what not to love about A Nightmare on Elm Street, I cant believe its almost 30 years that this movie came out.. quality is good, sound is good, price is good..
Published 1 month ago by NpSparks
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Nightmare ever!
I've seen all but Nightmare 5 and Freddy vs. Jason, and this is by far the best of the films! It has good character development and Freddy is actually scary, something not shown... Read more
Published 1 month ago by Eric Moss
5.0 out of 5 stars Scary, thought-provoking movie
No matter how many times I see this movie, I can never figure out which parts were real and which were dreams. The whole thing could have been a dream, actually. Read more
Published 1 month ago by carla
5.0 out of 5 stars The Original Will Keep You Awake
Such an effective and terrifying horror film, a new breed of slasher from the man Wes Craven. Looks great and scary as ever on blu-ray, if you're watching it for the first time it... Read more
Published 1 month ago by Julian Pope
5.0 out of 5 stars must see.
This is a great horror movie! Freddy will make you have nightmares for weeks. Freddy is a burnt man murdered by the parents of elm street for killing children. Read more
Published 1 month ago by MS.J
1.0 out of 5 stars ARTWORK RE-RELEASE IS WRONG!!?
Amazing movie, but this re-release with new artwork is wrong! There's a HUGE mistake! Freddy's glove is ON HIS RIGHT HAND not the left hand!!!! Read more
Published 2 months ago by Shawn
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Separate the blu ray reviews from the standard already amazon
i agree 100%, but people have been asking this for years now. i find it helpful to click on "newest first", and then mostly BLU reviews come up first as few people buy DVD any more.
Dec 27, 2011 by ANDREW H. |  See all 3 posts
Is this worth buying again?
they did a great job on this blu ray. i am watching it right now and i have a question. i remember tina landing in a pool of blood when she fell from the ceiling, now it seems shorter. any comments on this. ? i have the trivia track turned on and it says the scene was trimmed due to pressure from... Read more
Apr 26, 2010 by donnie bonn |  See all 9 posts
Does the Blu Ray Include a Ticket for the Remake?
According to an official review posted at the DVD Talk website, the Blu-Ray includes a $7.50 Hollywood Movie Cash ticket to see the remake.
Apr 4, 2010 by J. Allen |  See all 10 posts
whole series?
The whole series has been released in a box set on DVD. I own it so that is definately worth looking into.
Oct 15, 2007 by Matthew D. Davis |  See all 2 posts
Does it look old when watching it?
I don't think it does. It is well cleaned up. The audio is crisp and the video looks great.
Apr 30, 2010 by A.G. |  See all 2 posts
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