A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child

Now Freddy’s a daddy, he’s killing for two.

A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child (1989)


Alice, having survived the previous installment of the Nightmare series, finds the deadly dreams of Freddy Krueger starting once again. This time, the taunting murderer is striking through the sleeping mind of Alice's unborn child. His intention is to be "born again" into the real world. The only one who can stop Freddy is his dead mother, but can Alice free her spirit in time to save her own son?

Director: Stephen Hopkins
Writer: Leslie Bohem

A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child Vodly
Vodly Score: 5.4/10 from 617 votes
Release Date: 1989-08-11
Status: Released
Run time: 89 min / 1:29
Budget: $8,000,000
Revenue: $22,168,359
Production Company : New Line Cinema
Production Country: United States of America


Robert Englund
as Freddy Krueger
Lisa Wilcox
as Alice Johnson
Erika Anderson
as Greta Gibson
Valorie Armstrong
as Mrs. Jordan
Michael Ashton
as Gurney Orderly
Kelly Jo Minter
as Yvonne
Danny Hassel
as Dan Jordan
Nicholas Mele
as Dennis Johnson
Joe Seely
as Mark Gray
Burr DeBenning
as Mr. Jordan
Clarence Felder
as Mr. Gray
Beatrice Boepple
as Amanda Krueger
Matt Borlenghi
as Jock
Noble Craig
as Merging Freddy
E.R. Davies
as Delivery Doctor
Beth DePatie
as Anne
Will Egan
as Semi-Truck Driver
Stacey Elliott
as Girl in Locker
Steven Grives
as Dr. Moore
Whit Hertford
as Jacob
Jennifer Honneus
as Asylum Girl
Jake Jacobs
as Trendy Guest
Annie Lamaje
as Elm Street Kid
Gerry Loew
as Orderly #1
Kara Marie
as Baby Jacob
Roxanne Mayweather
as Delivery Nurse
Don Maxwell
as Coach Ostrow
John R. Murray
as Customer
Marnette Patterson
as Little Girl
Cameron Perry
as Guest
Marc Siegler
as Thirty-Something
Michael Bailey Smith
as Super Freddy
Pat Sturges
as Racine Gibson
Cesar Anthony Torres
as Cop
Peter Trencher
as Trendy
Wally George
as Himself
Ron Armstrong
as Hot Seat Band Member
Ted Nugent
as Hot Seat Band Member
Rudy Sarzo
as Hot Seat Band Member
Crisstyn Dante
as Alice (double)
Jill Adler
as Dinner Guest (uncredited)
Victor A. Haddox
as Asylum Inmate (uncredited)
James Vallo
as Paramedic (uncredited)
Eric Singer
as Hot Seat Band Member


Directing Stephen Hopkins Director
Camera Peter Levy Director of Photography
Writing Wes Craven Characters
Production Robert Shaye Producer
Production Sara Risher Executive Producer
Sound Jay Ferguson Original Music Composer
Production Rupert Harvey Producer
Writing Leslie Bohem Screenplay
Editing Chuck Weiss Editor
Production Jon Turtle Executive Producer
Editing Brent A. Schoenfeld Editor

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