Nightmares (Totally Uncut & Uncensored)
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Great Dvd Release: 5
Actual Movie: 2.5
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!Read more ›
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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. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Stanley Runk
I bought this back in October and finally got around to watching it last night. I am a huge fan of 80's cinema but this one left me disappointed. Read morePublished on March 2, 2012 by Domino