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New Nightmare (1994)

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In a seemingly terrifying story, Heather talks that this is the 10th anniversary of 'Nightmare on Elm Street'. Events may change and fear begins in the heart of Heather when you hear a terrifying sound similar to the voice of the villain who was in the film, Freddy Krueger. Heather's husband is killed in mysterious circumstances, which makes things develop again. Heather begins to wonder. When things develop, Heather discovers that Freddie has come back.
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