A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3: Dream Warriors

For better or worse, this fan-favorite sequel set the precedent and formula for many sequels to come.   They got more things right than wrong for sure in this entry, and any time they bring Heather Langenkamp back in the mix, you can't go wrong.

First up is the Elm Street house.  This entry was the first Nightmare film I saw in the theatre and I remember being mesmerized by seeing the house on the big screen.   Little did I know how often I would get to visit it in real life.  The house is located at 1428 North Genesee Avenue in Los Angeles.

The "Westin Hills Psychiatric Hospital" is the back of Royce Hall on the UCLA campus.  Some building renovations have occurred, but mostly looks the same...

One of the towers of Royce Hall is where Phillip is puppeteered by Freddy....

The Evergreen Cemetery (204 North Evergreen Avenue in Los Angeles) from the first Nightmare on Elm Street film is used again here...

Back to UCLA where the back of Royce Hall is used....

However when he looks up at Amanda Krueger, he is in a different spot, back to the front of the building....

And then back to the rear of the building again.  The door is now a window...

Neil drives Nancy to meet up with her dad. Here they drive down the 100 block of North Larchmont Boulevard. This same block is seen in Graduation Day and Halloween III.

St. Brendan Parish was used as the church location interior and exterior, located at 310 South Van Ness Avenue in Los Angeles.

And the interior of the church. The gates are gone but everything else looks the same...

Back to Evergreen Cemetery for the final scene, but looking in the opposite direction....