It’s been many years since Freddy Krueger’s first victim, Nancy, came face-to-face with Freddy and his sadistic, evil ways. Now, Nancy’s all grown up; she’s put her frightening nightmares behind her and is helping teens cope with their dreams. Too bad Freddy’s decided to herald his return by invading the kids’ dreams and scaring them into committing suicide.
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)
In the third film in the long-running horror-film franchise, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987), a group of suicidal teens, all children of the vigilante parents in Springwood who had burned and killed child murderer Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund), were experiencing a group hypnosis therapy session during their treatment at Westin Hills Psychiatric Hospital.
One of the teens, mute and infatuated Joey Crusel (Rodney Eastman) followed cute candy-striper Marcie (Stacey Alden) down the hallway to an unoccupied room, where she confided how she was attracted to him. In the empty dorm room, the sexy Marcie enticed Joey by inviting him to “unzip me” – and she soon stood bare-breasted before him, asking:
“Do you like my body, Joey?”
Wearing only a skimpy white thong, she urged him to lie back, crawled on top of him, and then kissed him. The probing and deep kiss gagged Joey as Marcie’s tongue grew supernaturally and burrowed deep into his mouth. Two elongated tongues burst from her mouth and twisted around Joey’s wrists on the headboard, and two more tongues lashed his feet to the footboard bedposts. Her face and body were transformed into the grotesque Freddy Krueger, who quipped:
“What’s wrong, Joey? Feeling tongue-tied?”
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