"Nightmare on Elm Street," was quite an interesting slasher film. Sleep, it's something that a lot of people look forward too, nothing like covered up with a comforter laying on a puffy pillow. Though things get weird when you have nightmares but don't worry they are just nightmares? Or are they? Wes Craven created Freddy, a 'monster' who can kill you in your dreams. He terrorizes teenagers in their dreams.
One has to admit his idea of Freddy was quite interesting though the sequels kind of lose that visionary aspect of the first. I do watch the sequels of course. Anyway, here's a humorous of list of what I learned from the movie.
1. Drink lots of caffeine, coffee is going to be friend.
2. Don't fall asleep, it's that simple.
3. Don't live in a city called Springwood or on a street called Elm Street.
4. Falling asleep at School is not a good idea for more reasons than one. The teachers hate it and does Freddy.
5. If all of your friends have the same guy in their dream then their is something wrong.
6. Being a teenager in the 80s was hard, you couldn't dream without trying to get killed.
7. Last but not least, dreams are real. Next time you dream, dream only good things if you can.
So that's what I've learned from, "Nightmare on Elm Street." One thing that it really taught me was nightmares could kill you!