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Video Movie Reviews of A Nightmare on Elm Street and Please Give

Watch, Pass, or Rent Movie Reviews: Nightmare on Elm Street and Please Give

Freddy's back! For this week's movies, secret horror film aficionado FabSugar endured the guts and gore of A Nightmare on Elm Street, while one of our Buzz editors sat down for the smaller, female-centric flick Please Give. One is a watch, the other's a rent — can you guess which is which? Find out now.

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leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 6 years
I am going to Pass on watching the new Nightmare on Elm Street until it premieres in the future on HBO or Showtime. While I like the choice of Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy and the inclusion of Connie Britton, IMO the rest of the cast bombs. Maybe it will surprise me though I do doubt that happening...The only "Freddy" films I have truly loved are "Nightmare on Elm Street" the Original and "Freddy vs Jason." The series has gone downhill like most horror films with too many sequels and prequels.As for "Please Give", I will rent the film when it becomes available. Aside from the storyline being different which grasps my attention, I am also a fan of the cast. I like Keener and Peet and my Gilmore Girls loving-self is glad to see Scott Cohen in the film.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 6 years
I am going to Pass on watching the new Nightmare on Elm Street until it premieres in the future on HBO or Showtime. While I like the choice of Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy and the inclusion of Connie Britton, IMO the rest of the cast bombs. Maybe it will surprise me though I do doubt that happening... The only "Freddy" films I have truly loved are "Nightmare on Elm Street" the Original and "Freddy vs Jason." The series has gone downhill like most horror films with too many sequels and prequels. As for "Please Give", I will rent the film when it becomes available. Aside from the storyline being different which grasps my attention, I am also a fan of the cast. I like Keener and Peet and my Gilmore Girls loving-self is glad to see Scott Cohen in the film.
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