Cody’s review published on Letterboxd:
There really is nothing like watching a classic horror film on the big screen, and I am so glad that I had to opportunity to catch A Nightmare on Elm Street for it's 35th anniversary. When I had previously watched it in theaters, it was just a couple of people, but this showtime was sold out, and it was actually so much more fun with a crowd. There clearly were people who had never seen the film before, and their shrieks and gasps really made the film all the more fun. This film really does translate so well onto the big screen, and I'm so glad that it's still considered one of the finest horror films of all time.