To celebrate one year of Rotten Rentals (our online shop) we are announcing 7 prizes over 7 days.

Rotten Rentals combine the sense of nostalgia we use to get from going to our local video shop and renting our favorite horror and sci-fi films on VHS with vintage trading cards we use to collect as kids. Mash the two together and you have Rotten Rentals. VHS cases with throwback artwork that contain vintage trading cards, mini zombie figures, zombie tarot cards, creepy crawlies, buttons, stickers and more!

To celebrate our first year online we want to give a bigfoot sized THANK YOU to all of our loyal customers who have helped make our first year amazing!

Tell us your favorite installment of Nightmare on Elm Street and why in the comment section below. This can include any of the films or the TV show. Please include your email address so we can contact you if you win! A winner will be randomly selected on December 19th, 2014. You must be 18 years old to enter. We will only ship within the U.S. at this time. Good luck and Stay Rotten!


– Vintage Packs of Cards
– NOES Mini Button
– NOES Sticker Pack
- NOES Mini Poster
– NOES Vintage Sticker Album
– Mini Zombie Figure







  • Johnny Tellez

    My favorite has to be Dream Warriors, I love how they became what they were in their dreams to fight back.

    • Jacqueline Smith

      I was expecting to see a ten page essay from you on this 1 because, I know that you are a fan of Freddy Krueger lol! Good luck!!!!!!

  • Jesse

    I will have to say NOES 1. I remember watching this movie with my sister when I was 6 years old. Then 26 years later my sister and I went and met Robert Englund and Amanda Wyss (Tina). I will always have a soft spot for the 1st movie.

  • Darc_Ecko

    Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, in all honestly it represents the horror genre to the fullest. It mixes fantasy, horror and comedy all into one movie. Plus Dokken.

  • shanna

    My favorite has to be freddys dead, I love the scene where the stoner guy gets sucked into the tv and freddy kills him in his video game. I always laugh watching the guy bounce all around the house and the look on freddys face while he is playing! Plus the scene starts out with a cameo from johnny depp! I was in 1st grade when it came out and I had to beg my mom to rent it!

  • Nick

    Dream warriors I loved the death scenes and comedy it brought

  • Phil Truman

    I would have to say the original first one. I will always remember that opening sequence where it shows Freddy making his glove. Pretty creepy when you’re a kid. After that I love ANOES 3 and 4. I actually enjoyed the remake.

  • Tasha Holmes-French

    Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare is my favorite! This movie has so may awesome moments like finding out Freddy has a daughter, Freddy controlling the one character in a video game, when his daughter goes into his mind and we see a glimpse of Freddy’s past and the list goes on and on.

  • Andrew Forshey

    All from begin to the last movie. Favorite is the movies when the song was sang…One, Two Freddy’s coming for you,Three, Four, better lock your door,
    Five, Six, grab your crucifix, Seven, Eight, gonna stay up late, Nine,
    Ten never sleep again. !

  • Leon Michael Hernandez

    My favorite is NOES part 4. I love them all but this is the one I always go back to. It has a great soundtrack and I really love the time period it takes place in. My email is thanks

  • bill norris

    The first movie cause it was the start of all the greatness to come.

  • Bill Meacham

    The very first one. I had a friend back in the 80’s that told me he had a VHS I needed to watch….We watched Nightmare and I was blown away!!!!!

  • Jacqueline Smith

    The original is my favorite because, who can forget their first love.

    • KC Canton

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  • Guest

    My favorite installment is the original A Nightmare on Elm Street. It was one of the first horror movies I ever saw and really stuck with me; it remains my favorite. Freddy was absolutely terrifying.

  • My favorite installment is the original A Nightmare on Elm Street. It was one of the first horror movies I ever saw and really stuck with me; it remains my favorite. Freddy was absolutely terrifying to me as a kid, because there was no way to escape your dreams.

  • Stephen Gilliam

    It was a toss up between Part 3: The Dream Warriors and Part 5: The Dream Child for me. I love the dream sequences of The Dream Child but I have to go with Part 3: The Dream Warriors because on top of having awesome dream sequence scenes it had a pretty cool story as well.

  • Will

    Ever since I was 5 and my dad brought me to the video store and asked the clerk for something that would scare the crap out of me, freddys been my favorite. Im just glad no one put part 2, in my opinion it should have never been made. My favorite has always been 3.

  • Meredith Ries

    I’ve always loved the original A Nightmare of Elm Street, though I will say that Wes Craven’s New Nightmare is also really up there for me. I don’t understand why some people really hate that one. I loved the unique take on the francize!

  • Michael Bartel

    Still cannot beat the original. Very gritty and darker than most of the others and so much blood!

  • David Keel

    Freddy’s Revenge is probably my favorite. It’s so campy and over the top. It’s funny how a lot of my friends at the time didn’t pick up on the gay themes. That’s part of what makes it so fun to watch.