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  • Actors: Max Phipps, Jenny Neumann
  • Directors: John D. Lamond
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Severin Films
  • DVD Release Date: June 28, 2011
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,451 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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From John Lamond, the infamous producer/director of Felicity, Australia After Dark and ABC of Love and Sex comes this depraved mélange of sex, murder and psychotic mayhem. Jenny Neumann of Hell Night and Mistress of the Apes fame stars as a frigid young theater actress traumatized by her mother s horrific death years earlier. But when a series of brutal stabbings rocks her latest production, the drama queen prone to bloody hallucinations fears that she herself may be the killer. Are all actresses genuinely insane or is the stage set for a shocking final twist? Max Phipps (The Road Warrior) and Gary Sweet (The Chronicles of Narnia, Voyage of the Dawn Treader) co-star in the graphic Ozploitation giallo also known as STAGE FRIGHT, now fully restored from the original Australian vault elements.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DVD Verdict on July 10, 2011
Judge Daryl Loomis, DVD Verdict -- "I used to watch this movie as Stage Fright, which played heavily on cable when I was a kid. That was the cut version of the film, and I hadn't seen it in years, so I can't say with certainty what scenes were edited. It's definitely sex and violence that were excised and not plot, because the movie makes no more sense than it used to. Half the film is a bad theater production and the other half stalking scenes, but they don't fit together in any way. The acting is deeply subpar and the dialog doesn't help anyone. Severin does another great job with this release, following a pattern of quality they've refined over the years. The anamorphic image isn't perfect, but given how it used to look, it might as well be. The slate of extras may not be Severin's best, but it's not bad; a combative audio commentary between director John Lamond and historian Mark Hatley, a featurette on the history of the genre, and a trailer. Nightmares is sexually explicit and quite bloody, so it has that going for it. Just don't expect much in the way of direction, writing, or acting."
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Spencer on July 27, 2011
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I'm very much into movies like "Pieces, "The Burning," "Friday the 13th," and all the other 80's American and Italian Slashers. If you're expecting great gore set pieces, "Nightmares" isn't it. It's got a few moments of interesting camera work and sex/nudity, but there's no mystery at all to who the killer is, thus not much suspense. Boring at times, to be honest. It's good to add to my collection, but as far as real entertainment factor goes, it's just okay.

Great Dvd Release: 5
Actual Movie: 2.5
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stanley Runk VINE VOICE on August 20, 2014
Nightmares looks like it was made for about thirty bucks, and plotwise it really brings nothing new to the table, yet.....I found it strangely compelling. Not exactly "good", mind you, but watchable.
As a little girl, Helen is traumatized after accidentally causing the death of her mother and her lover(they were getting jiggy in the car, and we all know what jiggy gets you in a horror film). Mom is slashed to ribbons by the windshield. Now all grown up, Helen has "nightmares" of course. She also has a things for smashing mirrors, bottles, television sets, E.T. collectors cups from Pizza Hut, and basically anything glass.
She decides to be an actress, and while auditioning for a play, meets a new beau. Part of her trauma includes some hangups about having sex(naturally), but her new beau is a good soul and seems to have no problems with this-Nor does he seem to be bothered by her psychotic tantrums, glass smashing, frequent disappearances/reappearances, and sometimes randomly showing up at his house with blood on her body.
Copulating couples, both at the theater and in dark alleys, end up sliced and diced by a black gloved killer wielding glass shards(a little giallo touch here). Good Lord, could it be Helen???
And that's really all there is to that. Most of the action takes place at the theater where the principal actors are rehearsing and performing. Lots of blood splatter, but not what you'd call extreme in the gore department. Generous nudity, including one sex scene with a couple in an alley that was a bit more graphic than you'd expect. Small potatoes for a porn film, of course, but a tad more than you usually see in a slasher film.
All in all, Nightmares is a relatively painless time killer if you like low budget slasher fare
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Thomas M. Sipos VINE VOICE on June 1, 2011
This is a low-budget Aussie gem. Released in 1983, at the peak of the slasher cycle, it remains true to formula.

Cathy, a little girl, is traumatized upon seeing her mother fornicating with an illicit lover. Later, Cathy's unsuspecting daddy bids goodbye as Cathy and mommy drive off on a road trip. Cathy awakens in the back seat of the car to espy the lover fondling mommy's thighs while she's driving. Cathy panics and intervenes. Mommy is thrown through the windshield in the resulting accident. When Cathy tries to drag mommy back into the car, she inadvertently slits mommy's throat against windshield shards.

Recovering in a hospital, Cathy overhears a nurse mention that Cathy killed her mom. Daddy accuses Cathy likewise, apparently ignorant or indifferent that his daughter was defending him from cuckoldom. With all that guilt and ingratitude, what's a girl to do?

Cathy attacks a hospital employee with a glass shard.

Do you begin to detect a familiar pattern?

Flash forward. Cathy grows into adulthood, changes her name to Helen (played by Jenny Neumann from HELL NIGHT), and becomes an actress who is cast in a theatrical "comedy about death."

Helen also dreams. Dreams about death. Which is curious, because a string of murders is plaguing the theater.

NIGHTMARE's stereotypical characters drawn from the world of theater jell well with what remains in many ways a traditional slasher film. Their superstitions and neuroses form the subtext for the slasher's psychosis. An actress traumatizes her peers by whistling backstage. After one murder, she is reminded, "You're to blame! You whistled! This production's jinxed!" The director is shocked upon seeing an actor in green. "Never wear green!
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