Cameron J.’s review published on Letterboxd:
I’ve already posted a little review on this film, but I updated my Nightmare on Elm Street collection to bluray today. It’s sad that this was the last of the big three (Halloween, Friday, NOES) that I had to update seeing as it’s my favorite franchise of the three. The dvd version I owned was kinda of nostalgic since it was the first thing I ever purchased in dvd or bluray, so I guess that’s why I held off purchasing this one till last. So this is probably the beginning of a series of reviews of the entire franchise, so be prepared. But anyway, this is a spectacular film. Such an interesting concept crafted with almost near perfection. Wes Craven was a beautiful man. Love, love, love.