Michael Crisman writes, "I don’t know about the rest of you, but the original Nightmare on Elm Street terrified me the first time I saw it, and with good reason. With most horror films, it’s pretty obvious what you have to do in real life to avoid getting killed. Staying out of Haddonfield, Illinois pretty much insures against meeting Michael Myers. Changing my summer camping destination from “Crystal Lake” to “Literally Anywhere Else” means my likelihood of death via machete drops to negligible levels. And if I’m terrified Norman Bates will attack me in the shower? Boom! I’m a hippie with no running water, so come at me bro! But how do you not sleep? Sleeping is like coming down with the flu or popping boners at inopportune moments–you can take steps to prevent it, but sooner or later it’s going to happen. Then it’s “One, two, Freddy’s coming for you…” Just like he did in 1989’s A Nightmare on Elm Street for PC and Commodore 64."