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Four years after being killed by his daughter, Freddy Krueger rests in Hell. He depends on the dreams of those in Springwood to fuel his existence. But when the town covers up his existence in an attempt to make people forget, Freddy is left powerless. In a last ditch effort he springs Jason Voorhees from his own personal Hell and sends him to Elm Street, determined to strike fear in the hearts of Springwood teens. But when Jason won't stop killing Freddy's "children," Krueger decides it's time to take Voorhees out. Caught in the cross-fire are Lori and Will, both of whom feature a history with Freddy.
Freddy Krueger has been forgotten by the kids on Elm Street. Their parents have feed them anti-dreaming pills, making Freddy a thing in the past. So Freddy resurrects Jason Voorhees and sends him to Elm Street to create havoc, making people think Kreuger did it. When Jason steals some kills from Freddy, the latter begins to fight the infamous hockey mask-wearing killer. Meanwhile, the group of teenagers stuck in the middle try to figure out how to get rid of Freddy. This all leads to a climatic battle at Camp Crystal Lake, which should leave all satisfied.
Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) isn&#39;t happy. He&#39;s still around but can&#39;t kill anybody. The kids who have dealt with him, and survived, in the past are drugged so they can&#39;t dream. No dreams, no Freddy. He convinces Jason Voorhees (Ken Kirzinger) to visit his town and start killing kids to enpower Freddy (or something like that). Jason does, Freddy gets stronger but Jason won&#39;t stop, and Freddy gets upset...<br/><br/>I&#39;ve seen all the Jason films (even the 2001 debacle &quot;Jason X&quot;) and all the Freddy films (the last one was in 1994) so I was expecting the worst. Let&#39;s face it--with the exceptions of the first ones none of those films were good. The Freddy films did have inventive murders but the plots made no sense--the Jason films were just one boring murder after another and had continuity that changed from film to film.<br/><br/>But this works. The story makes sense, it&#39;s never dull, has a likable cast of characters (especially Jason Ritter--John&#39;s son), and has some of the most graphic gore I&#39;ve seen since the 1980s--the ratings board must of slept through this one (not that I&#39;m complaining)! Also it&#39;s great to see Englund back in good form as Freddy--he&#39;s clearly enjoying himself and it rubs off on the audience. Even Kirzinger is good as Jason--he has no dialogue but does convey his thoughts through body language. The teens (as I said) are likable and (for the first time) talk like teenagers. It all ends up with a half-hour long battle between Jason and Freddy. It&#39;s gory with gallons of blood, very violent and LOTS of fun!<br/><br/>Director Ronny Yu deserves a lot of credit--he did this and &quot;Bride of Chucky&quot;--another great horror film. Let&#39;s hope he does more! Highly recommended. I&#39;m only giving it an 8 because I was never really scared--it IS a horror film you know.<br/><br/>Trivia note: Yu worked with John Ritter on &quot;Bride...&quot; and his son Jason this.<br/><br/>Best line: After an attack from Jason one teen says, &quot;That goalie was p***ed over something!&quot;
oh sure I saw re-runs of films like The Fly. The Blob. Killer Clowns From Outer Space. Orca. Jaws. Gremlins. The Howling. Cujo &amp; Critters back in the 90s and i watched R.L. Stines Goosebumps on weekends. along with Buffy the vampire slayer during the week but mostly when it came to horror my dad aways said &quot;thats too scary for you&quot; or he&#39;d change the channel and turn on something like The Flinstones or The Jetsons until &quot;december 8th 2002&quot; i turned 11 years old and that following summer of 03 I kept seeing promos for something called &quot;Freddy Vs Jason&quot; now nightmare on elm street and Friday the 13th were both in the category that my dad classified as too scary so naturally i knew he wouldn&#39;t let me see this in theatres and naturally i was surprised when he said &quot;Hey son wanna go see Freddy Vs Jason in theatres&quot; before I could reply he followed up by saying &quot;now I&#39;m gonna warn you its gonna be scary so its up to you. but if you wanna go see it we can and if it gets too scary we&#39;ll leave&quot;. after a few minutes of hesitation i said &quot;Yes&quot;. after seeing it for the first time on opening weekend i saw it 5 more times in theatres before buying it on video. (yes I loved it that much) I&#39;m 23 years old now and i still love this movie it sucks we never got a sequel and probably never will. but at least i can always watch this and tell my kids and grandkids about it being the first horror film i saw in theatres
Connoisseurs of giant, gnarled chunks of charred flesh, rejoice! There's plenty of it -- or stuff resembling it -- in the slasher-fest convergence of two killer franchises.
Yes, Freddy vs. Jason is an interquel of those two films. In Jason goes to Hell, Jason Voorhees is finally killed by his niece using an enchanted dagger and his body is dragged to hell by a coterie of demons, his iconic hockey mask pulled down by Freddy Kreuger&#39;s arm. In Freddy vs. Jason, Kreuger resurrects Voorhees and frees him from hell, manipulating him in order to create fear in Kreuger&#39;s home town of Springwood thus permitting his own return to Earth. At the end of this film, Voorhees is still alive and free but is captured by unknown parties sometime between the end of Freddy vs. Jason and the beginning of Jason X where he is shown to be in military custody. Back in 1957, when Jason was 11 years old, he supposedly drowned at Camp Crystal Lake. Later in the film, during Jason&#39;s nightmare in the dream world, Freddy was deep inside Jason&#39;s subconscious, and that is the only place where Jason actually has a fear of water. No, but children and teenagers are his personal killing preference. The overwhelming evidence is that Jason did, as Freddy has been reduced to a severed head which can only wink suggestively at the camera. With Jason X, we know that there is another Friday the 13th film, but no more Nightmare on Elm Street sequels, the 2010 film being a remake of the original. So this is finally the end for Freddy Kruger, his body destroyed and his soul burning in hell. Kane Hodder offered to reprise the role, but was turned down by New Line Cinema because they had an image of what they envisioned the Jason character to look like, and felt 6′3″-tall Hodder was too short and bulky. They were also worried that Hodder would have been difficult to work with because in other Friday the 13th films, Hodder would often have creative differences with the director and producers. Betsy Palmer was asked to reprise her role of Mrs. Pamela Voorhees, but turned the chance down because she felt the part was too small for her. Camp HackNSlash was a promotional one day/night 1980s summer camp experience presented by the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and Ain&#39;t It Cool News to celebrate the world premiere of Freddy vs. Jason.<br/><br/>The event took place on Saturday, August 9th, 2003, in the small city of Driftwood, Texas, at Camp Ben McCulloch in a custom-made summer camp, set in the tree-lined wilderness a half-hour away from Austin, Texas out in the middle of literally nowhere.<br/><br/>Nearly over one thousand people from all over the world showed up for the all day, and all night event, and were required to wear a standard-issue blue &quot;Camp HackNSlash&quot; t-shirt, and white tube socks, courtesy of the organizers to be pulled to their knees, and then were entrusted to the care of red-shirted counselors and were divided into tribes, each with a camp counselor.<br/><br/>During the day there were many activities that included: Freddy and Jason coloring, Jason hockey mask, and Freddy glove making, Indian Leg Wresting, a hot dog eating contest, duct tape wallet making, s&#39;mores, swimming, and tubing out in the lake, dizzy izzy, three-legged races, water balloon toss&#39;s, sack races, egg toss&#39;s, nature walks, a snipe hunt, human fat candle-dipping, bong building, relay races, dodge ball, capture the flag, clay making, embroidery, skull bead making, archery, arts and crafts, singing, campfire stories, a tribal counsel, a bonfire, and a whole lot more.<br/><br/>There was also a Freddy and Jason trivia contest which was made very interesting because the host asked questions about Freddy to the Jason fans and asked questions about Jason to the Freddy fans. Then there was some Salt Lick BBQ served that evening, and then finally a special outdoor viewing of Freddy vs. Jason on a giant screen out in the middle of a large grassy field. Before the movie started, as the crowd eagerly awaited the film, the campers broke into competitive cheers of &quot;Freddy&quot; and &quot;Jason&quot;.<br/><br/>A half-hour Q&amp;A hosted by Harry Knowles followed the screening and both Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger) and Ken Kirzinger (Jason Voorhees) were joined by director Ronny Yu and producer Sean Cunningham to chat with the fans and answer questions.<br/><br/>After the stars left, the film Sleepaway Camp, followed by the movie Madman were shown and the whole event would end with a viewing of Wet Hot American Summer. Ken Kirzinger originally went to New Line Cinema to do an interview for the stunt coordinating job for Freddy vs. Jason, but the producers noticed his physical looks, and asked him to audition for the part of Jason. The movie was also being shot in Vancouver, Canada, and it saved New Line money by hiring Ken Kirzinger to play Jason because he lives in Vancouver, so air fare and hotel money wouldn&#39;t have to be spent on him. Kirzinger also brought experience to the role because he had played the part of Jason before when he was the stunt double for Kane Hodder who played the part of Jason in another Friday the 13th film—Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. So far, there are 12 movies in the Friday the 13th series. Beginning with <a href="/title/tt0080761/">Friday the 13th (1980)</a> (1980), following are <a href="/title/tt0082418/">Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)</a> (1981), <a href="/title/tt0083972/">Friday the 13th Part III (1982)</a> (1982), <a href="/title/tt0087298/">Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)</a> (1984), <a href="/title/tt0089173/">Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)</a> (1985), <a href="/title/tt0091080/">Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI (1986)</a> (1986), <a href="/title/tt0095179/">Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988)</a> (1988), <a href="/title/tt0097388/">Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)</a> (1989), <a href="/title/tt0107254/">Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)</a> (1993), <a href="/title/tt0211443/">Jason X (2001)</a> (2001), <a href="/title/tt0329101/">Freddy vs. Jason (2003)</a> (2003), and <a href="/title/tt0758746/">Friday the 13th (2009)</a> (2009). A fan film, <a href="/title/tt0841088/">The Cold Heart of Crystal Lake (2003)</a>, was also released in 2003. A documentary about Jason, <a href="/title/tt1282052/">His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th (2009)</a>, was released February 10th, 2009. While the US TV channel SyFy showed, among others, a movie like Wrong Turn 2: Dead End almost uncut (apart from the ordinary censorship of foul language and nudity only brief shots of violence are missing), the movie Freddy vs. Jason, pretty gory as well but always with a sense of humor, had it real tough. What remained after being tossed in the meat grinder is a version edited in over 140 scenes so one might think the cutters were going for a PG-13 rating, and apart from a few remaining effects, they succeeded. Not only is he depriving Freddy of victims but his return to Earth depends on the people of Springwood being afraid of him and blame the murders on him. Once Jason starts killing openly, people will blame the murders on Jason or a copycat instead.

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