I had nightmares after watching the horror movie
A terrifying or very unpleasant experience or prospect
the nightmare of racial hatred
an astronaut's worst nightmare is getting detached during an extravehicle activity
A person, thing, or situation that is very difficult to deal with
buying wine can be a nightmare if you don't know enough about it
a situation resembling a terrifying dream
A nightmare is a dream that can cause a strong negative emotional response from the sleeper, typically fear and/or horror. The dream may contain situations of danger, discomfort, psychological or physical terror. ...
...nightmare is the fourth release for the Italian hardcore punk band Negazione.
Nightmare is a 1942 film starring Diana Barrymore and Brian Donlevy. Diana Barrymore plays Leslie Stafford, a secretary who seeks the help of a home invader (Brian Donlevy) to dispose of the body of her murdered husband.
Nightmare is a 1956 psychological thriller starring Edward G. Robinson. The story is based on a novel by William Irish (aka Cornell Woolrich). The novel was also made into a film in 1947 titled, Fear in the Night. ...
"Nightmare" is an episode of the original The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on 2 December 1963, during the first season.
Nightmare is a 1964 horror/suspense film from Hammer Films. The film was directed by Freddie Francis and written by Hammer Films regular Jimmy Sangster.
Nightmare (also known as Nightmares in a Damaged Brain and Blood Splash) is a 1981 horror film directed by Romano Scavolini.
Nightmare is a made-for-television horror film first shown on the Lifetime Television cable network on April 7, 2007.
Nightmare is the fifth studio album by American rock band Avenged Sevenfold. Released on July 27, 2010 through Warner Bros. Records, it was produced by Mike Elizondo and mixed in New York City by noted engineer Andy Wallace. ...
Nightmare is a video board game released in 1991 by A Couple 'A Cowboys and Spear's Games as part of the Atmosfear series.
Nightmare is the fourth release from the St. Louis, Missouri based band, Building Rome. Released on 15 September 2009, it gained the band some national attention. It is loosely based on the movie Jacob's Ladder. ...
The soap opera Caminhos do Coração and its second season, Os Mutantes - Caminhos do Coração, has various fictional character genetic mutations. Below, a list of all mutants characters who have already passed since the first season and still other only from the second season.
Nightmare, in comics, may refer to: *Nightmare (Marvel Comics), a Marvel Comics character *Nightmare, a horror comic from Skywald Publications *A Nightmare on Elm Street (comics)
In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the nightmare is an outsider that comes from the Gray Waste of Hades.
Nightmare is a power metal band, native of Grenoble, France. The band was influenced by the New Wave of British Heavy Metal phenomenon developing in the UK in the 1980s and started their career playing classic heavy metal, that later changed to power metal with death and thrash influences.
This is a list of fictional characters in the Kirby video game series developed by Nintendo.
Nightmare is a fictional character, a supernatural being who has appeared in many Marvel Comics stories, most commonly as one of Doctor Strange and Ghost Rider's major enemies.
A female demon or monster, thought to plague people while they slept and cause a feeling of suffocation and terror during sleep; A very bad or frightening dream; Any bad, miserable, difficult or terrifying situation or experience that arouses anxiety, terror, agony or great displeasure
(13 Nightmares) Shitride - Had Paul Westerberg grown up in Lincoln, The Replacements would have been 13 Nightmares.
(Nightmares) A bad dream accompanied by great fear.
(Nightmares) Creatures of shadows that lurk in the Lilisian Woods and only appear after dark. See Lilisian Woods.
(Nightmares) Dreams that are fearful and create anxiety for the individual who has experienced them.
(Nightmares) Scary dreams that awaken children and make them afraid to go back to sleep.
(nightmares) Frightening dreams, which do not cause physiological arousal and do not necessarily awaken the dreamer. During early childhood, nightmares are distinguished from sleep terrors, which are both more physically arousing and more harrowing.