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Freddy vs. Jason [Blu-ray]
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The slicer versus the slasher? Two titans of terror going at it mano-a-machete? They're gonna kill each other a lot! The horror (and wicked fun) begins when Freddy realizes he can't haunt dreams because folks no longer fear him. So he enlists Jason to do a little killing on his behalf on Elm Street. Presto, the fear is back – and so is Freddy. One problem: Jason isn't about to stop offing people. And another: Freddy isn't about to let Jason rule Elm Street. This means war. Freddy Vs. Jason. Winner kills all. Special Features: • Commentary by Director Ronny Yu, Robert Englund (Freddy) and Ken Kirzinger (Jason) • Deleted/Alternate Scenes Including the Original Opening and Ending • Featurette Gallery Covering the Film's Development, Art Direction, Makeup Effects, Stuntwork and More • Visual Effects Exploration with the Creative Team • Storyboards and Production Art Galleries • Publicity/Promotion Vignettes • Ill Niño How Can I Live Music Video • Theatrical Trailer & TV Spots]]>
Deleted/Alternate Scenes Including the Original Opening and Ending
Featurette Gallery Covering the Film’s Development, Art Direction, Makeup Effects, Stuntwork and More
Visual Effects Exploration with the Creative Team
Storyboards and Production Art Galleries
Ill Niño How Can I Live Music Video
Theatrical Trailer & TV Spots
Top Customer Reviews
"Freddy vs. Jason" reintroduces us to good old Springwood, the home of the late but definitely unlamented Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund). Things have changed in the old neighborhood since Freddy went on his dreamscape rampages back in the 1980s and early 1990s. The adults in the area figured out an excellent way to get rid of the man with the frayed sweater and razorblade gloves forever, or so they hope. They simply removed every reference they could find in newspapers and magazines about Freddy Krueger. Go to the library to do some research on the man, as one of the characters does in the film, and you won't find a darn thing. Why go to all the trouble of a news blackout?Read more ›
I love this movie. It has everything I would have asked for: gratuitous nudity (well, I might have added a little more of it); an acceptable number of kills and the blood and gore to go with them; insights into the "births" of both Jason and Freddy; a return to basics for Freddy himself, veering him away from his stand-up comedy career of later Elm Street films yet retaining his wickedly sarcastic wit; an interesting cast of characters I enjoyed seeing die one by one; and of course both a home and away match for our two star attractions. It also has plenty of an oftentimes wet Monica Keena, and the fact that she remained clothed throughout the film only made her that much sexier.Read more ›
Freddy vs. Jason was an idea borne years before this film began pre-production. The premise of the film (Freddy calling on Jason to strike fear back into the children of Elm Street) is decent, but it seemed to me that something was missing...
I enjoyed the movie, especially the dream sequences, but I couldn't put my finger on what was wrong with the film. It just didn't feel like Friday the 13th to me. It felt more like a Nightmare on Elm Street film, but even those movies were scarier. This movie bordered on absurd at times and much of what we had come to know about Freddy and Jason was betrayed in this film by way of contradiction (i.e. Jason suddenly having a phobia of water after he had, on many occassions in the past, pursued people into the water to kill them).
I am glad that this movie was made and I will always remain a fan, but I feel that with all of the time and writing that went into this idea, it could have been a hell of a lot better. The story was not bad, but the movie was simply not scary or suspenseful at all.Read more ›
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It's been 12 years since this came out but I still sometimes can't believe it did. Love both Freddy and Jason. And this movie was awesome.Published 2 months ago by Kevin