The Trehern tower is currently COVERED with VHSs! And they're all horror movies for the Shocktoberfest here at NJNM. Lots to watch so far, but now I get the chance to write down my thoughts. Now, imagine yourself falling asleep, relaxed and dreaming; now, look down at your stomach and see good ole Freddy Krueger trying to rip himself out of your intestines! Yeah!! Bitchin' right?!?!
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
Directed by Chuck Russell
Starring Heather Langenkamp, Patricia Arquette, Laurence Fishburne and Robert Englund
This film takes place a couple of years after the events of the first film, which tells the tale of murdering janitor Freddy Krueger and how a bunch of kids killed him by throwing him into a furnace or something. But that didn't kill him for good, because he can come back and haunt dreams. The dreams of his killers, AND the dreams of their descendants I always thought it was the street that jump-started the dream killing; meaning anyone who moves into the neighborhood is now going to be OWNED by Freddy in Slumberland. Apparently not the case...yet!
|Yeah, I've heard of Trehern! He's so dreamy!!!|
I recently watched a documentary on dreaming, where scientists indicated that humans have been having dreams ever since they were animalistic in nature. Meaning to say before we were talking, thinking and communicating humans, we dreamed like animals. It's instinct to dream. Your mind is preparing for any number of scenarios, and that why sometimes you wonder how you came up with such a dream. But the safe thing about dreaming is that you can't die; you're biology is prepping for a showdown with a dinosaur by dreaming about it, so that when it actually happens, you don't keel over from shock!
|Call me "Cropsy" again, and I will straight up murder you, Urkel!|
|Watch what you eat, kids, cause you might end up with Type 10 Diabetes!|