A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge


1h 25m 1985

Brief Synopsis

Freddy's back for his first sequel in "A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge" (1985). Robert Englund stars as Freddy Krueger, who still wants revenge five years later. The dream demon is threatening the new teen in town, who lives in the house that belonged to the heroine of the first movie.

Film Details

Also Known As
Nightmare on Elm Street, Part 2: Freddy's Revenge, Terror på Elm Street 2: Freddys hämnd
MPAA Rating
Genre
Horror
Sequel
Release Date
1985

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Synopsis

Freddy's back for his first sequel in "A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge" (1985). Robert Englund stars as Freddy Krueger, who still wants revenge five years later. The dream demon is threatening the new teen in town, who lives in the house that belonged to the heroine of the first movie. Freddy starts invading his dreams, but he really wants to take possession of the boy's body so that he can wreak bloody murder and mayhem upon the entire town.

Crew

P Adams

Song

Richard Albain

Digital Effects Supervisor

Larry Alexander

Assistant Director

Scott Alexander

Music Coordinator

Peter Bardens

Song

Claudja Barry

Song Performer

Oded Beckman

Miniatures

Annette Benson

Casting

Paul Boyington

Visual Effects

Paul Boyington

Visual Effects Designer

Dan Bradley

Stunt Coordinator

Dan Bradley

Stunts

Bob Brady

Editor

Hana Cannon

Production Coordinator

D Carmichael

Song

Z Chase

Song

David Chaskin

Screenplay

Matthew Clark

Location Manager

Anne Coffey

Camera Assistant

Scott Cook

Stunts

Jack Cooley

Sound

Ian Cramer

On-Set Dresser

Wes Craven

Characters As Source Material

Bing Crosby

Song Performer

Richard Delaney

Animator

Stephen Diener

Executive Producer

Chris Doyle

Stunts

Loring Doyle

Animator

Stanley Dudelson

Executive Producer

Giles Dunning

Production Assistant

Bridget Erdman

Animator

Marneen Fields

Stunts

Willie Finlayson

Song Performer

John Friedenberg

Production Assistant

Arline Garson

Executive Editor

John M Gonzalez

Other

Mack Gordon

Song

Jacques Haitkin

Director Of Photography

Jacques Haitkin

Dp/Cinematographer

Jason Hoffs

Production Associate

Whitney R Hunter

Assistant Director

Paul Huston

Miniatures

Matia Karrell

Assistant Director

Darius Khadjenouri

Miniatures

Ian Kincaid

Other

Jurgen Korduletsch

Music

Rick Lazzarini

Special Effects

Frank Lloyd

Stunts

Ray Lykins

Stunts

Isabel Madden

On-Set Dresser

Daniel Marc

Makeup

Maggie Martin

Art Department Coordinator

C J Mcbeath

Stunts

Peter Mercurio

Camera Assistant

Christie Miele

Animal Trainer

James Milholland

Wardrobe Supervisor

Marshall Moore

Assistant Director

Michael S. Murphey

Line Producer

Ron Nary

Mechanical Special Effects

Abe Nejad

Sound Editor

Luc Nicknair

Production Assistant

Randy Nolen

Steadicam Operator

Roni Olivares

Post-Production Coordinator

Don Oriolo

Music

B Orlando

Song

Denney Pierce

Stunts

Amy Rabins

Production Supervisor

Harry Revel

Song

Sara Risher

Coproducer

Woodward Romine Jr.

Scenic Artist

Torben Schmidt

Song

Clifford Searcy

Production Designer

Ray Shaffer

Stunts

Rick Shaffer

Song

Robert Shayle

Producer

Mark Shostrom

Other

Thom Smith

Production Assistant

Joel Soisson

Line Producer

Jess Soraci

Sound Editor

Wes Takahashi

Animator

Rachel Talalay

Production Manager

Chris Tufty

Dp/Cinematographer

Chris Tufty

Director Of Photography

Michael Utterback

Other

Jeff Vaughn

Sound

Gail Viola

Costume Designer

Pam Warner

Set Decorator

Ed White

Sound

Paul Francis Witt

Music

Kevin Yagher

Special Makeup Effects

Christopher Young

Music

Jeffrey M Zeitlin

Production Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Nightmare on Elm Street, Part 2: Freddy's Revenge, Terror på Elm Street 2: Freddys hämnd
MPAA Rating
Genre
Horror
Sequel
Release Date
1985

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall November 1, 1985

Began shooting June 26, 1985.

Released in United States Fall November 1, 1985