Max is an efficient place to start out, as they’ve “A Nightmare on Elm Road,” “A Nightmare on Elm Road 2: Freddy’s Revenge,” “A Nightmare on Elm Road 3: Dream Warriors,” “A Nightmare on Elm Road 4: The Dream Grasp,” “A Nightmare on Elm Road 5: The Dream Youngster,” “Wes Craven’s New Nightmare,” and the 2010 “A Nightmare on Elm Road” remake. Frustratingly, nonetheless, neither “Freddy’s Useless: The Last Nightmare” nor “Freddy vs. Jason” are on Max.
Wes Craven’s 1984 unique is on Max, and might be rented for $3.99 on Apple TV, Amazon, the Google Play retailer, YouTube, Vudu, the Microsoft retailer, Redbox, DirecTV, and Spectrum. The identical providers, apart from Spectrum, additionally provide the movie on the market for $14.99. Redbox costs $16.99.
All of the above info can also be true of “Freddy’s Revenge,” though the sale worth is barely $9.99, with Redbox charging $10.99, Vudu charging $12.99, and Amazon charging $14.99.
It is also price it to pause and suggest the superb 2019 documentary “Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Road,” a movie concerning the star of “Freddy’s Revenge,” Mark Patton. It explores the theme of queerness and the denial thereof, and the way these themes affected Patton’s private life. “Scream, Queen!” is on Tubi, Pluto TV, and Screambox. It may also be rented on Amazon and Vudu (for $2.99), Apple TV, the Google Play retailer, and YouTube (for $3.99), and Kino Now for $4.99. It sells for $9.99 (Apple, Amazon, Vudu, Kino) or $12.99 (Google, YouTube). For those who select to incorporate “Scream, Queen!” in your marathon, tack on 99 additional minutes.
Handily, “Dream Warriors,” “Dream Grasp,” and “Dream Youngster” can be found by way of the identical providers and possess the identical worth factors as “Freddy’s Revenge.”