“Nightmares in Red, White and Blue” is a 2009 American horror anthology film directed by Joe Dante, John Harrison, and Tobe Hooper. It is a tribute to the horror films of the 1970s and 1980s. The film is made up of four segments, each directed by one of the three directors.
The first segment, “Wet Dreams”, is directed by Dante and stars John Goodman as a man who is haunted by a sexy female ghost. The second segment, “The Girl Who Knew Too Much”, is directed by Harrison and stars Elisabeth Shue as a young woman who discovers that her neighbor is a serial killer. The third segment, “Locker 13”, is directed by Hooper and stars Jason Lee as a man who is cursed by a locker that he has been assigned to. The fourth and final segment, “Night of the Living Dead: The Final Chapter”, is directed by Dante and stars James Duval as a man who is trying to survive the night during a zombie apocalypse.
“Nightmares in Red, White and Blue” is a fun and scary tribute to the horror films of the past. The four segments are all well-done and entertaining. The acting is good, and the special effects are impressive. If you’re a fan of horror films, then you’ll definitely enjoy this movie.
The American horror film Watch Nightmares in Red, White and Blue (2009) follows a group of friends who decide to spend the Fourth of July weekend at a remote cabin in the woods. However, their idyllic plans are soon shattered when they begin to experience a series of terrifying nightmares. As the friends attempt to unravel the mystery behind the nightmares, they realize that they are not alone in the woods and that something evil is stalking them. With the help of a local sheriff, they must face their fears and confront the evil that is hunting them.
Director: Andrew Monument
Writer: Joseph Maddrey(based on the book by)
Stars: Lance Henriksen(voice)Larry CohenJoe Dante