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  • Actors: Robert Englund, Monica Keena, Jason Ritter, Ken Kirzinger
  • Directors: Ronny Yu
  • Writers: Sean S. Cunningham, Wes Craven, Victor Miller, Damian Shannon, Mark Swift
  • Producers: Sean S. Cunningham, Wes Craven, Douglas Curtis, Toby Emmerich
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1 EX)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 13, 2004
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (784 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000VCZMK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,054 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Freddy vs. Jason (New Line Platinum Series)" on IMDb

Special Features

Alternate endings: Alternate opening and Ending Audio Commentary: Commentary with Director Ronny Yu, Actors Robert Englund (FREDDY) & Ken Kirzinger (JASON) Deleted Scenes: 18 Deleted Scenes with optional commentary from Director Ronnie Yu and Executive Producer Douglas Curtis Documentaries: --Behind the scenes coverage of the films development - including screenwriting, set design, make up, stunts and principle photography --Visual effects exploration Full Screen Version: Both fullscreen and Widescreen on one disc Music Video: Ill Nino "How Can I Live" TV Spot: Lots of TV spotsAlternate endings: Alternate opening and Ending Audio Commentary: Commentary with Director Ronny Yu, Actors Robert Englund (FREDDY) & Ken Kirzinger (JASON) Deleted Scenes: 18 Deleted Scenes with optional commentary from Director Ronnie Yu and Executive Producer Douglas Curtis Documentaries: --Behind the scenes coverage of the films development - including screenwriting, set design, make up, stunts and principle photography --Visual effects exploration Full Screen Version: Both fullscreen and Widescreen on one disc Music Video: Ill Nino "How Can I Live" TV Spot: Lots of TV spotsAlternate endings: Alternate opening and Ending Audio Commentary: Commentary with Director Ronny Yu, Actors Robert Englund (FREDDY) & Ken Kirzinger (JASON) Deleted Scenes: 18 Deleted Scenes with optional commentary from Director Ronnie Yu and Executive Producer Douglas Curtis Documentaries: --Behind the scenes coverage of the films development - including screenwriting, set design, make up, stunts and principle photography --Visual effects exploration Full Screen Version: Both fullscreen and Widescreen on one disc Music Video: Ill Nino "How Can I Live" TV Spot: Lots of TV spotsAlternate endings: Alternate opening and Ending Audio Commentary: Commentary with Director Ronny Yu, Actors Robert Englund (FREDDY) & Ken Kirzinger (JASON) Deleted Scenes: 18 Deleted Scenes with optional commentary from Director Ronnie Yu and Executive Producer Douglas Curtis Documentaries: --Behind the scenes coverage of the films development - including screenwriting, set design, make up, stunts and principle photography --Visual effects exploration Full Screen Version: Both fullscreen and Widescreen on one disc Music Video: Ill Nino "How Can I Live" TV Spot: Lots of TV spotsAlternate endings: Alternate opening and Ending Audio Commentary: Commentary with Director Ronny Yu, Actors Robert Englund (FREDDY) & Ken Kirzinger (JASON) Deleted Scenes: 18 Deleted Scenes with optional commentary from Director Ronnie Yu and Executive Producer Douglas Curtis Documentaries: --Behind the scenes coverage of the films development - including screenwriting, set design, make up, stunts and principle photography --Visual effects exploration Full Screen Version: Both fullscreen and Widescreen on one disc Music Video: Ill Nino "How Can I Live" TV Spot: Lots of TV spotsAlternate endings: Alternate opening and Ending Audio Commentary: Commentary with Director Ronny Yu, Actors Robert Englund (FREDDY) & Ken Kirzinger (JASON) Deleted Scenes: 18 Deleted Scenes with optional commentary from Director Ronnie Yu and Executive Producer Douglas Curtis Documentaries: --Behind the scenes coverage of the films development - including screenwriting, set design, make up, stunts and principle photography --Visual effects exploration Full Screen Version: Both fullscreen and Widescreen on one disc Music Video: Ill Nino "How Can I Live" TV Spot: Lots of TV spotsAlternate endings: Alternate opening and Ending Audio Commentary: Commentary with Director Ronny Yu, Actors Robert Englund (FREDDY) & Ken Kirzinger (JASON) Deleted Scenes: 18 Deleted Scenes with optional commentary from Director Ronnie Yu and Executive Producer Douglas Curtis Documentaries: --Behind the scenes coverage of the films development - including screenwriting, set design, make up, stunts and principle photography --Visual effects exploration Full Screen Version

Editorial Reviews

Freddy vs Jason (DVD)

Customer Reviews

So, Freddy tries to kill Jason!
Tony Mirabella
If you are a Freddy Fan, a Jason Fan, or just a hardcore Horror Fan, you will LOVE this movie!!!!
"davijai"
There is some stupid comedy in it but that is just another thing that makes the movie good.
bart

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Leach HALL OF FAME on December 6, 2004
Format: DVD
Freddy Krueger. Jason Voorhees. Two characters in the American horror film canon that simply refuse to go away. Literally, since both are impervious to lasting physical injury. You can set these guys on fire, stab them, dissect them, blow them up, do just about anything you want to them and they keep coming back for more. How many films have both of them made at this point? Twenty? It feels like a hundred. The combined box office and home rental take of the "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Friday the 13th" franchises must be close to a billion dollars by now, so when New Line Cinema acquired the rights to make future Jason films they knew they were on to something big. Finally, they thought, they could put together a film containing both Freddy and Jason. New Line spent years developing just the right script for the showdown every horror fan wanted to see. Hence "Freddy vs. Jason" cleaned up big time at the box office last year, making so much money that plans for a sequel should be a foregone conclusion. Until New Line figures out how to make lightening strike twice, content yourself with the DVD version of the film.

"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?
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 13, 2004
Format: DVD
The youngest generation of Freddy and Jason fans have no idea how long we, the original fans of the Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street franchises, waited for this movie to become a reality. We dared to dream of this monster match-up back in the mid-1980s, years before development actually began; that development, as we all know, went through all manner of scripts and writers and producers and directors and basically but the kitchen sink over the course of eleven years. When New Line took over the Friday the 13th franchise, the first sparks of belief were born from the fiery ashes of hope, and the ending of Jason Goes to Hell sent us into tremors of excitement. We waited, and waited some more. New Line also waited - waited for a script that would join these two distinctive storylines in a way acceptable to both the studios and, most importantly, the fans. Freddy vs. Jason, in my opinion, was more than worth the wait, and I thank New Line for caring enough about the characters and their fans to wait until they had a script we could all buy into and respect.
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.
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32 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Matt VINE VOICE on January 10, 2006
Format: DVD
I've been a bigger Friday the 13th fan than a Nightmare on Elm Street fan. The woods simply seem more inherently frightening and dangerous than a suburban street for horny teens. In any event, I feel that both of these series, especially Friday the 13th, have lost their lure in recent years. Trying to find ways to bring back our favorite slashers and attempting to do it in contemporary fashion have fallen short, in my opinion. I've remained a fan through it all, yet when they took Jason out of Camp Crystal Lake and brought him to New York City, he somehow became less imposing and some of the mystery was lost.

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.
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