A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge

Genre: Horror, Thriller
Year:
1985
393 Views


O K. Take it easy.

See you.

Turn it down!

I'm serious.

No way! I don't believe it.

No way. You're such a liar.

I can't believe you.

Oh, no. Look behind us.

That one's for you.

He's a live one.

He's yours. Here's my stop.

Hey, driver!

Hey!

Hey, driver, that was my stop.

Driver, that was my stop!

Driver, what's g oing on?

Where are we g oing?

- Driver!

- Where are you g oing?

Stop it!

Stop!

Please. Please, stop.

What... what is he?

I think he's dead.

Oh, no!

Oh, my God!

What's happening?

Oh, my God. We're dead.

Oh, my God! What is it?

What's that?

Oh, my God!

Oh, my God! Help me!

Look out, he's coming!

He's coming!

We've g ot to keep balanced!

Mommy, why can't Jesse wake up

like everybody else?

Oh, honey, he's all right.

He's just having a bad dream.

Mmm. Thank you.

Morning, honey.

H i, Mom.

Well, two more. Hallelujah.

I want that room unpacked

by tonight, young man.

O K, Dad. I promise.

I don't want

any more promises, Jesse.

I want that room cleaned up, O K?

All right. I'll g et on it.

Angie, what are you up to?

I'm trying to g et

the Fu Man Fing ers.

Want some eggs?

Jesse, are you O K?

It's just so hot up there.

I'm having trouble sleeping.

I know.

I wish you'd have

the air conditioning...

There's nothing

wrong with it, Mom.

It just needs a shot of Freon.

Here they are.

Dad, you're not trying to fix

something again.

Nobody likes a smart ass,

buddy-boy.

Look.

Who is that?

It's Lisa.

I've g ot to g et to school.

Whoa. Who's Lisa?

Who is Lisa?

J ust eat your eggs, dear.

Don't you use a key?

Why?

Somebody could steal your car,

couldn't they?

The deadly dinosaur?

Grady, come on. You can hit it!

Let's g o, Grady!

Ready, girls?

Strike!

It didn't feel right.

Give me a break.

So, you g etting any yet, Lise?

Kerry,

he's my ride to school, O K?

Are you all right?

You O K?

You O K?

Yeah, I'm fine.

Well, pay attention next time.

Very heads-up play.

N ice catch, Walsh.

Come on, come on! Let's g o!

You're out!

Heads-up play, Grady.

All right!

N ice ass.

Nail him!

H it him!

Come on, slug him!

Here comes Schneider. Watch out.

Get out of my way.

Move it!

O K, dirtballs...

assume the position!

See you around, coach.

How much long er do you think

he'll keep us out here?

It could be all night.

He g ets his rocks off like this.

Hangs around

queer S and M joints downtown.

He likes pretty boys like you.

Get out of here.

So what about

you and that rich babe...

you've been cruising to school

with every day?

What about her?

Are you mounting her nightly

or what?

Look, Grady,

you g ot some problem with me?

No, bro. J ust killing time.

O K, dirtballs, hit the shower!

So you live around here or what?

Yeah. My parents bought a place

on Elm Street.

Elm Street?

You telling me you moved

into that big white house...

with bars on the window?

Yeah. What about it?

Sh*t. Tell your old man

he's a real chump.

What are you talking about now?

Some chick was locked in there

by her mother and went crazy.

She watched her boyfriend g et

butchered across the street...

by some maniac.

You're full of sh*t, Grady.

Sh*t.

Help!

Daddy can't help you now!

I need you, Jesse.

We g ot special work to do here,

you and me.

You've g ot the body...

I've g ot the brain.

You think

we should call a doctor?

No, I'm fine.

It's just a bad dream, O K?

Yeah. Go to sleep.

So...

to review...

the solid waste...

those nutrients not absorbed

in the lining of the stomach...

the larg e intestine...

the small intestine,

and the alimentary canal...

are passed out

through the colon.

Liquid nutrients

are then carried...

through an elaborate system

of filtering...

aided by the pancreas,

liver, and gall bladder...

or collected in the bladder

to be expelled at a later time.

And this entire process

is kept moving...

through

the circulatory system...

the centre of which is...

the heart.

Four chambers... just like

the human heart, really.

From the body...

to the right auricle...

to the right ventricle...

and out the pulmonary

arteries to the lungs.

There it trades off

carbon dioxide for oxyg en.

Carbon dioxide is exhaled...

and oxyg enated blood continues

passing through the veins...

into the left auricle...

through the left ventricle,

passing out again.

If you want to play

with animals, M r Walsh...

join the circus.

Lisa, sweetheart!

There's a Jesse on the phone.

O K. Thanks, Mom.

Where are you g oing, Jess?

J ust out for a little while.

I told you

I want that room unpacked.

Dad, it's just for a few hours.

No. U pstairs.

Right now, son.

Right now.

How do you like that, Dad?

I'll leave the two of you alone.

Ex cuse me.

I told her you invited me over.

I guess maybe

I should've called.

It's fine, really.

I mean,

I was just cleaning my room.

I know.

I figured

you might like some help.

Where does this g o?

Do sweaters g o in the closet?

What's this?

I don't know.

Looks like a diary to me.

"Nancy Thompson,

1428 Elm Street."

That's right here.

You know this is five years old?

You know her?

No. Before my time.

Wait. Listen to this.

"Sometimes

when I'm lying here in bed...

I see Glenn in his window

across the way...

g etting ready for bed.

H is body is slim and smooth.

I know I shouldn't watch him...

but that part of me

that wants him...

forces me to.

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