Freddy’s Return: A Nightmare Reborn is a feature length fan film written and directed by Jason Korsiak. The film has a running time of 120 minutes, and was produced on a budget of $3,000. It bridges the gap between NOES 5: The Dream Child and NOES 6: Freddy's Dead.
Andrew Konietzky of the 941 Blog reviewed the film and here is what he had to say:
"The film stars David Buczynksi as Kevin Marks, a young man tormented by memories of his own childhood kidnapping and torture at the hands of Freddy Krueger before he was burned to death. The film also stars Jennifer Farr as Ashleigh Asoa, a Native American girl with ties to Kevin’s past, and Ashlly Lynn as Sister Mary Helena, Freddy’s mother."
"Being a fan film you would normally expect everything from horrible camera work to the worst-possible Swiss-cheese writing with plot holes you could drive a bus through. Thankfully none of that ever surfaced. There were some audio issues here and there, but the writing, directing and acting were amazingly good. I enjoyed the storyline and experienced some great laughs at Freddy’s new signature one-liners. It was a very enjoyable evening all around."