AJ’s review published on Letterboxd:
The ultimate NOES film. Much like F13 6, where, in my opinion, it isn’t necessarily the best, the scariest, or the most formally impressive (the original Nightmare on Elm Street takes the cake on all three of those), but it’s the insanely creative and embraces what makes the franchise so special. Most importantly, NOES 3 establishes the Freddy as we know him. He’s really on a whole new level here, and it’s plain to see why he has become an all-time horror icon.
With this, I've finished my Horrorx52 2020 challenge! I had a ton of fun with it and I can't wait to keep marathoning more horror films.