Beyond Dream’s Door (1989)

Just because I fell asleep the first time I tried watching this movie doesn’t mean it’s not worthwhile. Take plot elements from Nightmare on Elm Street, throw in the puppets from Rock and Roll Nightmare and the make-up from Evil Dead, and you’ve got this cheap flick. I think it’s definitely worth a watch, so long as shit acting doesn’t bother you. The concept is interesting, and for as cheap as it must have been to make, it looks pretty darn good. You won’t recognize any of the actors, but I certainly recognized a Hazel-Atlas Texas glass that sadly doesn’t make it through to the end. But, in a movie like this, casualties are inevitable.


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