Freddy's Nightmares

Season 1 Episode 18

The Art of Death

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Aired Unknown Apr 29, 1989 on
5.6
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The Art of Death
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Repressed young artist Jack takes out his frustrations on classmates by drawing them -- but he soon realizes that his cartoons are coming to life when one of his characters, The Phantom, leaps from the page to do his bidding. Meanwhile, claustrophobic Joan has a harrowing weekend when she's terrorized by a friend of her roommate.moreless

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  • Lonely nerd tries to his drawing skills to get the girl he wants but when her boyfriend butts into the picture trouble arises.

    9.0
    Entertaining episode. I felt this episode needed a review especially when I saw the score on it. It has a couple of nifty special effects, a realistic plot and a surprise ending.



    A lonely nerd likes a girl named Joan. She has a loser of a boyfriend. The guy tries to use his skills drawing to get her attention. He succeeds but the boyfriend keeps interrupting his plan and even beats him after the nerd makes fun of him in a comic strip.



    Late in the night, a mysterious figure that the artists has made up in his mind comes alive. The figure who is called "The Phantom" tells the guy that he can get whatever he wants by drawing it up.



    There's a couple of decent special effects like a scene where the phantom sucks the artists into his world.



    The acting is decent too. This show doesn't get props for the acting but it did decent acting for a horrot show.



    There is an interesting twist at the end. The latter half of the episode we see how Joan deals with what has happened to her.



    I thought it was an entertaining episode to the very end.moreless
Joan

Joan

Laura Schaefer

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Jack

Jack

Carey Scott

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The Phantom

The Phantom

Judd Omen

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