Win a Latest Copy of SCREAM Magazine – Available in HMV Stores Now!


Our good friends at SCREAM magazine are pleased to announce that their issues can be picked up at your local HMV store nationwide, and to celebrate, we’ve 3 copies of September’s issue to give away to our lucky readers.

SCREAM is Britain’s premiere Horror Magazine and is published bi-monthly in full bloody colour print! SCREAM is your best source for horror cinema, DVD/Blu-rays, on-set exclusives, celebrity interviews, books, games, film festival reports, comics, graphic novels, photography, fashion, reviews, previews and so much more…

Check out the the exclusive interview with A Nightmare on Elm Street star, Heather Langenkamp, in the latest issue of SCREAM.

For your chance to win a copy of the latest SCREAM magazine, simply comment below telling us your favourite A Nightmare on Elm Street film and why.


The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Tuesday 8th October 2013 and three valid comments will be chosen and the winner notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• One entry per household
• There is no cash or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
• 3 winners will win 1x Scream magazine
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. my favourite has to be the first. the sense of comedy that he portrays in that film before he switches it up and kills the other characters horrifically is amazing. the other films in my opinion will always be classics but went down and down in quality as they went on. and to be honest nothing beats the thrill of the first.

  2. The first – I remember when it came out. There was nothing quite like it, and all the kids at school were talking about it. At the time it was one of the scariest films ever!

  3. It has to be the first one without a doubt! I’m not going to lie, it’s my favourite purely because Johnny Depp is in it. 😀

  4. A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors. I watched it as a child (probably WAY too young really..) Amid all the horror there is quite a sense of humour from Freddy and some great scenes.

  5. The first an orgnal version, it was , frightening but slightly humourous, great characters, great plot, a real watch through the fingers movie, a horror classic

  6. Love the first one. Sucker for the first film in a series. It’s the “you don’t know what’s going to happen” element and of course there’s the song as well…

  7. It has to be the second, the first took us all by surprise, the shock and horror but the second took us that bit further and really opened up the franchise

  8. I should really say the first one, because it defined the character and fear of nightmares.. but honestly, the Dream Warriors was my favourite one… because the team behind it got really creative and silly and Freddy had some of the best lines in that movie!

  9. The original as its simply the best – groundbreaking in its time – what a concept wow! (and the only one with Johnny Depp in 😉 )

  10. The first NOES film was the best. Yes some of the effects are a bit cheesy in places but the concept was new and unique. A guy who kills you in your dreams? Brilliant. I still love it as much as when I first saw it.

  11. First one scared the hell out of me. Freddy is scariest bogeyman ever. Fact. The original is always the best. I saw this when I was too young really and slept for 6months with a strawberry nightlight on. I’m not even kidding!!
    Also Mr Depp was in this as a fresh faced young man, although he didn’t last till the end – what a way to go.

  12. The 1st one as you didn’t know who he was or what he was about. I wonder how many people didn’t want to sleep after watching that.

  13. The first one too…Freddy took the world by storm as a horror character – I became an insomniac for weeks after first seeing the original. 😉

  14. I think it was a nightmare on elm street 3 dream warriors. The bit were freddy comes alive as a puppet and grows at the end of the kid’s bed and turns him into a puppet is brilliant.

  15. Has to be the first one for me – one of the first horror films I watched and it scared the bejesus out of me !! lol x

  16. Dream Warriors. The third movie, it has some of the funniest and memorable deaths in the whole series and its fun to watch the teenagers try to stop freddy

  17. Wes Craven’s New Nightmare is my favourite, my sister has a serious fear of Freddie she cant even stand to see a picture, I have enjoyed many Freddie based pranks over the years

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