JOHN - It's been a real nightmare.
We’ll turn your son’s life into a nightmare.’
“Can you guess what every woman’s worst nightmare is?”
“They’re a nightmare because they will tell you your opinion.
On the left, it has led to erasing or minimizing the nightmare.
The whole thing is a kind of nightmare, an American nightmare.
How had this nightmare—every mother’s nightmare—become a reality?
In 1984 Craven had his breakout hit with A Nightmare on Elm Street, which he wrote and directed.
The ingenuity is compelling, although this fared worse at the box office than any previous Nightmare.
The choices are: dig the thing up, a nightmare, or sink a new point, also a nightmare.
The monster tells him a series of stories and, in return, Conor must tell the monster the truth behind his dreadful nightmare.
The mother is a hulking creature, something from a nightmare, caught in what is every parent’s worst nightmare.
Baking is one of those things that sounds like a nightmare but, once you’ve nailed it, it’ll totally transform your beauty routine.
When you’re sitting in a lecture theatre full of hundreds of other students, it’s everyone’s worst nightmare to be called on to answer a question.
It’s a nightmare to open and a nightmare to access: It bites and scrapes your hand every time you try to pull a beer from its hungry maw.
“When you’re under constant stress, sometimes you think a nightmare ending would be better than a nightmare without end,” he told a business school in 2016.
In Rude Awakening, the nightmare within a nightmare drives its protagonist to a chilling madness, while the sadistic, bullying weight-loss club at the centre of The Thirteenth Reunion is almost as unpleasant as its final, morbid purpose.
The Pulse attack had seemed like such an American nightmare — a mass shooting driven by hate — and now that nightmare had found its way to the other side of the world, to a laid-back country where violence is so rare that there isn’t even any airport security when you fly to regional hubs.
The story needs to move forward, but memory doesn’t move forward; it moves backward, from the end to the beginning, like a crab, like someone waking up from a nightmare and trying to remember what it was, and going back from the nightmare to the unimportant details that preceded it, to try to reconstruct how the dream began, and how it reached the point where fear woke him up.
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The story needs to move forward but memory doesnt move forward it moves backward from the end to the beginning like a crab like someone waking up from a nightmare and trying to remember what it was and going back from the nightmare to the unimportant details that preceded it to try to reconstruct how the dream began and how it reached the point where fear woke him up