Wes Craven's New Nightmare Movie Poster

Quotes from Wes Craven's New Nightmare

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    • Freddy Krueger: Miss me?
    • Freddy Krueger: Hey, Dylan, ever play "Skin the Cat?"
    • Heather Langenkamp: Every kid knows who Freddy is. He's like Santa Claus... or King Kong or...
    • Dylan Porter: God wouldn't take me.
    • Freddy Krueger: Meet your maker.
    • [phone rings]
    • Heather Langenkamp: Hello?
    • Freddy Krueger: 1, 2...
    • [Heather slams phone down, but answers ring again]
    • Freddy Krueger: FREDDY'S COMIN' FOR YOU.
    • Freddy Krueger: Come here, my piggy. I've got some gingerbread for you.
    • [Trying to stay awake at wheel]
    • Chase Porter: Come on, come on, come on, come on, come oooooooonnnnnnnnn.
    • [while walking Heather out of an interview]
    • Robert Englund: I think they'd like to see us together again.
    • Heather Langenkamp: In what, a romantic comedy?
    • Robert Englund: Just because it's a love story doesn't mean it can't have a decapitation or two.
    • Heather Langenkamp: Krueger, you bastard! Take me!
    • Heather Langenkamp: This is still a script, right, Wes?
    • Wes Craven: I think the only way to stop him is to make another movie. Now I swear to you I'll I'm gonna stay by this computer and keep writing until I finish the script, but... when the time comes, you're gonna have to make a choice.
    • Heather Langenkamp: Choice? What kind of choice?
    • Wes Craven: Whether or not you will be willing to play Nancy one last time.
    • [answering the phone]
    • Heather Langenkamp: Hello?
    • Freddy Krueger: I touched him!
    • Freddy Krueger: Nancyyyyyy.
    • Heather Langenkamp: Dylan... until mommy gets back... whatever you do don't fall asleep.
    • Wes Craven: Are you ready to become Nancy once again?
    • Heather Langenkamp: That was Nancy, Wes. That's not me.
    • Wes Craven: Yeah, but it was you who gave Nancy her strength.
    • Robert Shaye: How would you like to join us in the definitive Nightmare?
    • Heather Langenkamp: I thought you killed Freddy off.
    • Robert Shaye: Well, we did, but the fans, you know, the fans, God bless them, they're clamoring for more. I guess evil never dies, right?
    • Heather Langenkamp: Actually, it's been giving me Freddy nightmares.
    • Robert Englund: Wait a second. Now, let me get this straight. You're having nightmares about Freddy? As in me?
    • Heather Langenkamp: No. It isn't you. He's scarier. He's...
    • Robert Englund: Darker? More evil?
    • Dr. Christine Heffner: Get the full anesthetic, stat.
    • ICU Nurse: We don't have that here, doctor.
    • Dr. Christine Heffner: No anesthetic, you say? Screw it, then. I'm going in. Little booger's full of something I don't like.
    • [wearing Freddy's claw]
    • Dr. Christine Heffner: Let's get him open, good and proper. Cut this evil out of him.
    • Junior Nurse with Needle: Ma'am, this is a restricted area. Do you have a pass?
    • Heather Langenkamp: Screw your pass.
    • John Saxon: What the hell is going on, Nancy?
    • Heather Langenkamp: I love you, too... Daddy.
    • Heather Langenkamp: Why are you calling me Nancy, John?
    • John Saxon: Why are you calling me John? Nancy, pull yourself together before you make yourself and that kid nuts.
    • Heather Langenkamp: John! Would you call Robert?
    • John Saxon: Robert?
    • Heather Langenkamp: Robert Englund. You know, the guy who plays Freddy.
    • John Saxon: Freddy who?
    • Heather Langenkamp: Freddy Krueger?
    • John Saxon: Nancy, Freddy's dead. Don't start losing it like your mother did. I love you, sweetheart. Don't forget that.
    • [Reading Wes's words in the screenplay]
    • Wes Craven: "Heather, thank you for having the strength to play Nancy one last time. At last, Freddy is back where he belongs. Regards, Wes."
    • Dylan Porter: Is it a story?
    • Heather Langenkamp: Yeah, it's a story.
    • Dylan Porter: Read me some.
    • [Reading]
    • Heather Langenkamp: "We open on an old wooden bench. There's fire and tools in the background, and what looks like a pair of hands building what is revealed to be a set of shiny claws. The claws are moving now, as if awakening from a long, and unwanted sleep. Slowly, the man places a trembling hand onto the bench. Behind the lights; people watch in silence, ready to laugh, or scream out in terror..."
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