Corrected entry: In the end of the movie where Heather and her son are running away from the flames towards the water, the son holds his nose as if at his young age he knows his mother is going to take them under water to get out of the dream.
Corrected entry: Near the end of the film, when Dylan and Heather are in the bed with Freddy, Freddy has his tongue wrapped around Heather, and she can't get unwrapped, so Dylan grabs the knife and stabs Freddy. The knife goes into Freddy and he cries out in pain. But in Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's revenge, Lisa, (the main character's girlfriend) is fighting Freddy. She takes a knife just like the one Dylan had and tries to stab Freddy, but it does nothing.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Heather and Miko return home from having finally killed Freddy, Heather is reading over the script that she finds on the floor. She opens it and flips to the back in which it reads exactly what they are saying at the time except when the camera switches to a different angle, the script is only opened to the first page.
Corrected entry: Before the limo arrives near the start to take Heather to the chat show 10 year special, she receives 2 phone calls quoting the Freddy rhyme. When the second call happens she puts the phone down and goes to the door, the phone is off the hook. When she comes back into the house the phone is on the hook again.
Corrected entry: When Heather becomes Nancy, she watches the final clip from the original "Nightmare." In the clip, Nancy says "Fred Krueger did it, Daddy." Her father responds "Yeah, sure." This is not how the dialogue appears in the original "Nightmare." In the original, she says, "Break the door down in exactly twenty minutes. Can you do that?" He then responds, "Yeah, sure." (01:29:20)