Danny McClunkey’s review published on Letterboxd:
If you can get past the fact that the first like 15 minutes is devoted to Freddy killing off the survivors of the last entry (a horror trope I usually hate) then you should be treated to a just as fun entry that's maybe a step down from what came before, but one in which not only its creative juices were very much flowing (It's quite possibly the best looking one out of the series,) but also the one with the most rocking selection of 80s headbangers yet. Proving without a shadow of a doubt that Freddy was best (and should have stayed in) that rad decade only. It's become my fave entry. Even though unlike Dream Warriors (hell and the others too) it kind of peters out in the end.
Still, though, Freddy's resurrected by dog pee. The fuck?!