A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child

Corrected entry: When Alice goes to Dr. Moore to have her foetus scanned, on the ultrasound monitor there is the time displayed. It always changes between shots, e.g. from 12:04:15 to 12:03:55 to 12:03:54, etc. (00:48:20)

Correction: The scene disproves the entry you've submitted. Freddy attacks Jacob (Alice's baby) during a dream, then Jacob drags Alice into the nightmare. Half-asleep, Alice stares strangely at the ultra-sound screen, watching as the audio and video quality loses power. The loss of power causes the time to, at a point, visibly roll backward and forward rapidly.

Correction: It's a dream so this wouldn't matter because anything can happen in a dream.

Revealing mistake: When Alice picks up the photocopied sheet about Amanda Kruger, if you pause, and read the article, it is actually about tax and the government. (00:53:30)

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Trivia: In the dream sequence of the asylum where Amanda Krueger is trapped by the hundred maniacs one of the maniacs looks remarkably like Freddy. Presumably this was his biological father. (Of course this man was played by Robert Englund, the actor who plays Freddy)

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Question: I'm a little confused about Greta's death. Was it from eating too much or from her eating what was not good for her?

Answer: Her death was from Freddy overfeeding her while in the real world she choked to death.

Answer: In the VHS version, Freddy cut open her stomach and was feeding her own intestines. That's why when he cut open the doll on the high chair tray Greta was wincing and squirming as Freddy had just cut her stomach open. I guess you could say that that doll on the high chair tray was like a voodoo doll of Greta so whatever Freddy did to it happened to Greta too. Eventually, Freddy caused Greta to choke on her own intestines which caused her to choke to death in the real world.

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