Approximately 20 years ago, several Hollywood actors began to suffer and die mysterious deaths. All these actors had one thing in common: they acted in Satanic movies named Poltergeist and Nightmare on Elm Street.
The latter of these two, Nightmare on Elm Street, has another movie sequel coming out and it is our duty to ensure children to do not see it. Satanic spirits can be summoned within a theater that shows this movie, as the film itself is cursed by virtue of its history, script and plot.
This movie is a Satanic text that’s being played out in video format.
It is no coincidence that so much death and evil surround this movie. It is meant as a worship piece for Satan.
Satanism is based on atheism, as both reject the true power and authority of God. This movie is designed to allow Satan a gateway into lives of all viewers, so his demons can do what he has bid them to do.
As you review this trailer for your parenting/movie group, keep in mind that a marketing campaign will be released so that your children, even college-aged, feel coerced into seeing this film.
Also not that at one point on the trailer, an actor exclaims, “Oh, God!”. The antagonist, Freddy Krueger, the avatar for Satan in this movie then says, “No, just me.” He then laughs in an evil way and stabs the person with his knife hands. Warning: The following video media contains a trailer for Nightmare On Elm Street. The movie features Satanic themes such as atheism, Satanism, death cults, demonics and fornication. Immediately order any woman and/or children to leave the room, and then pray at least ten minutes before reviewing this item for parenting/review groups.