Freddy:Hehehe... Every town — has an Elm Street! Haaahahaha!
Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare is the sixth film and the supposed finale of the A Nightmare on Elm Street series, released in 1991.In "ten years from now", Freddy has managed to kill all the children in Springwood, sans one whom he has left alive to aid in his plan to break out from there, so that he can continue killing where-ever he chooses to.
This film provides examples of:
3-D Movie: The final portion of the film was filmed in 3D. When Maggie puts on a pair of 3D glasses, audience is supposed to do the same.
Abusive Parents: Literally every main character has abusive parents. Carlos had a mother whose abuse caused him to become deaf, Spencer has a father who psychologically abuses him, Tracy had a father who sexually abused her, and Maggie's biological father...well, you know. Even Freddy is shown to have a foster father who physically abuses him during his teen years.
Batter Up: When Doc comes face to face with Freddy, he attacks him with a baseball bat.
Epigraph: The film opens with two quotes; one from Friedrich Nietzsche ("Do you know the terror of he who falls asleep? To the toes he is very terrified, because the ground gives the way under him, and the dream begins...") and one from Freddy ("Welcome to prime time, bitch.")
Evil Has a Bad Sense of Humor: Freddy is like this, and defiant to the very end. In the final scene, when Maggie takes his glove, he suggests that she "let daddy show you how to use it." She doesn't take him up on it.
Evil Plan: Freddy's plan is to trick Maggie to free him from Springwood so that he start all over again. And again. And again....
Eye Scream: While not shown in the film, the comic adaptation shows that Freddy killed his adoptive father by stabbing him in the eye with the straight razor.
Gambit Roulette: Freddy's plan relies on the fact that John Doe manages to find his daughter and bring her to him. Considering that the plan has John becoming amnesiac, it's surprising that it even works.
Groin Attack: Freddy sustains a kick to the balls courtesy of Tracy.
Humanity Ensues: When Freddy is dragged into the real world, he becomes human again. He turns back into his standard form pretty quickly though, although he's still human even then.
Man Bites Man: Maggie bites Freddy's nose during their fight at the end.
Mirror Scare: Tracy is splashing water on her face in a bathroom, but when she looks up, she sees in the mirror that the room has changed into her old childhood home — where her abusive father is waiting.
Nails on a Blackboard: Invoked by Freddy; he replaces Carlos's hearing aid with one that makes all sounds ultra-loud, then gets out a chalkboard and repeatedly scratches it with his knives until Carlos's head explodes.
Our Demons Are Different: The Dream Demons. They are ancient and serpentine in appearance, and hold lordship over all nightmares. They find the most evil human imaginable, who they will grant the power to turn dreams into reality. They chose Freddy Krueger, and made him immortal too.
John Doe: Nothing is gonna make me get off this bed.
Bed lights on fire.
Title Drop: Maggie declares that "Freddy's dead" when he is blown up.
Trophy Room: Shown briefly in Freddy's flashbacks. It was filled with, among other things, variant gloves, pictures of victims, Springwood Slasher-related newspaper clippings and toys presumably belonging to victims.