This short film, produced and directed by the Pondroms, was released on a limited basis shortly after conclusion of filming in San Diego, CA. It is a re-make of the classic films Nightmare on Elm Street. This time Freddy Krueger (played by Dave Williams) stalks a 15 year old boy and his friends, who innocently think he is just a nightmare and not real, until they reach an exciting conclusion that asks the question, do Thriller guys ever die, forever???

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