Nightmare Fuel / Wes Craven's New Nightmare

  • Tina's death is revisited, as Freddy kills Julie in a quite similar manner. Her last words are especially harrowing, when Freddy is about to kill her after dragging her to the ceiling. As she realizes she's about to die, the last thing she can do is helplessly ask a five-year-old kid to save her from the monster. As expected, it's a desperate but hopeless request.
    • "Hey, Dylan. Ever play... skin the cat?" Robert Englund's delivery of that line is positively bone chilling.
  • After being completely silly in previous sequels, Freddy is back to absolutely terrifying here.
  • When Heather receives the following phone call:
    Freddy: Heh heh heh, I touched him. (*cue tongue out of the phone*)
    • Those three words speak volumes of Fridge Horror when you recall that Freddy was originally conceived as a child killer and a sexual predator. Freddy might have been saying he didn't just have contact with Dylan mentally, but physically.
      • Given the use of a tongue, it's fairly safe to say that's what Freddy meant.
  • Dylan's little escapade with the jungle gym. It's as tense as anything else in the film. And Freddy had nothing to do with it. It's just a little kid, using little-kid logic to try and get to Heaven to see his dad.
  • The movie's demon can't really be killed. It can only be contained in a story until its completion. With that and the implied "real world" of the movie, that thing probably found a new story to settle into and will make its return as soon as that story is complete. Tell me that idea doesn't give you goosebumps.