Josh Browning’s review published on Letterboxd:
A major improvement from the second. In all honesty this should have been the sequel to the original. It is much more imaginative than the last and stays within the storyline to the original much better. The re-introduction to the character Nancy is a great lead into the development of the the new kids fighting away their nightmares. It gets pretty campy about halfway through but still manages to hold its charm. The visual effects are pretty good as well. This is a good sequel and is worth watching.