Film: A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge
"You are all my children now..."
— Freddy Krueger
More nightmares happen on Elm Street in this 1985 sequel, A Nightmare On Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge.The Walsh family has just moved in on the house previously owned by the Thompson family, and the oldest child Jesse has trouble sleeping. His dreams are haunted by Freddy Krueger, who has decided to take his night terrors into the real world, with Jesse as his vessel.
This film has the examples of:
Absurdly Sharp Blade: Freddy pins Grady to the door, then rakes his claws down his torso and the door, slicing through both like hot butter.
Accidental Murder: In the chaos caused by Freddy appearing at the pool party, a random reveler gets trampled.
Blood from the Mouth: A partygoer at Lisa's party bleeds from the mouth as he gets trampled to death by the other teens, who are trying to escape from Freddy.
Book Ends: Freddy's Revenge begins and ends on a bus ride to Hell.
Canon Discontinuity: The canonical status of this film in the series has not been clarified by the filmmakers, but it has been ignored by every subsequent sequel, until scenes from it were featured in the opening of Freddy vs. Jason
Chest Burster: Freddy manifests himself into Grady's room by cutting his way out of Jesse's chest.
Creator Cameo: Series producer Robert Shaye appears as a bartender at Don's Place.
Depraved Homosexual: Coach Schneider is a sexually predatory gay man working as a gym coach at a high school. He abducts Jesse when he sees him in a gay bar, and it is implied that he was about to rape him before Freddy intervened and killed Schneider.
Diary: Lisa finds Nancy Thompson's (previosuly unseen) diary while helping to clean his room, and they start reading it.
Evil Plan: Freddy plans to possess Jesse to wreak havoc outside the dream world.
Jesse sees Freddy in the mirror in the place of his own reflection, and Freddy wags his finger at him as he laughs.
He does it to Lisa too while telling her that Jesse is dead.
Flipping the Bird: Jesse gives Grady the finger when he realizes that the snake-prank at the class was his idea.
Gainax Ending: Like the previous film, Freddy returns in the final scene to seemingly attack the protagonists again. We're never told if Jesse actually dies, or if this is just Freddy sending one last "screw you" with the last of his power as he likes to do. Or if it's actually a dream, even though it directly mirrors the dream scene in the opening.
The Killer in Me: Played with on a less grander scale. Freddy kills Coach Schneider. The camera than pans back to Jesse looking at the dead body, covered in blood and wearing Freddy's killing glove. When Jesse sees the evidence and realizes that he is the killer, he freaks out. In a later scene, Freddy bursts out of Jesse's body and kills Jesse's friend Grady. Pan back to Jesse again covered in blood and wearing the glove. He curses at Freddy, who is still standing in the room, but when he throws the glove at Freddy it breaks the doorroom mirror that Jesse saw Freddy in, revealing that Jesse was only looking at a reflection of himself.
The Power of Love: Pretty much what beats Freddy, as Jesse's love for Lisa stops him from killing her, and in turn her love for Jesse makes him able to break free from Freddy.
Rain of Blood: The school showers start spewing blood as Schneider dies at the hands of Freddy.
Reality Warper: As Freddy gains more power over Jesse, he is able to alter things in reality.
Revenge of the Sequel: It's called Freddy's Revenge of course. However, it's a Non Indicative Title, since Freddy is not getting his revenge on anyone. Nancy, the only survivor of the original film is not in this one, and she didn't even beat him then, prompting no actual revenge. There is also no hint that the kids' parents in this film were responsible for killing Freddy.
Right Behind Me: Jesse and Grady joke about how "Schneider always has a stick up in his ass" in the locker room without realizing that he is behind them.