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Dead Air Ep 114: Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (Commentary Track)

Posted in Dead Air Podcast, Updates with tags , , , , , , , , on October 28, 2017 by splatterpictures

Happy Halloween! With just days left until the big day where all good horror fans are at their most powerful we give you Episode 114 of Dead Air where we talk about the fan-favourite threequel, Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors. And because this is a special occasion, you’re in store for a creepy commentary track!

After numerous sleepless nights of torment, Kristen’s mix of pop and coffee can’t keep the nightmares at bay. Her mother, believing her daughter to be suicidal has her taken to a institute along with other “at risk” youths. Soon it’s revealed that all of these kids have one thing in common, nightmares of a strange man with knives for fingers. Enter: Nancy. Now older and a new psychologist, her past experiences with Freddy gives her and the last of the Elm Street kids a fighting chance. Can Nancy teach Kristen to use her mysterious powers of bringing others in to her dreams? Can the Elm street kids become the dream warriors? Even so, will it be enough to take on the dream demon himself, Freddy Krueger? Find out who lives and dies in what many consider to be the best of the entire franchise!

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Dead Air Ep 113 – A Nightmare On Elm Street (Commentary Track)

Posted in Dead Air Podcast, Updates with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 13, 2017 by splatterpictures

Are you ready for Freddy?! It’s our annual halloween commentary track and this year it will be the 1984 film; A Nightmare on Elm Street. Starring everybody’s favorite, wise crackin’, sweater wearing, knife-glove sportin’ Fedora fan; Freddy Krueger!

Nancy, slowly realizes that she and her friends are having nightmares that all have one thing in common; a mysterious burned man with knives on his hand. As the elm street kids are knocked off one by one it’s up to Nancy to try and convince her parents that something horribly wrong is happening. But, what she doesn’t know is that Elm Street has its share of dark secrets. Secrets that the adults desperately want to keep hidden.

We take you scene by scene with Wes Craven’s undisputed masterpiece that arguably birthed the most recognizable killer in film history.