Freddy vs. Jason Info
Freddy vs. Jason Review
Synopsis:Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees return to terrorize the teenage population. Except this time, they're out to get each other, too.
Awesome movie where Freddy reawakens the knowledge of himself by allowing Jason to do the killing. But jason can’t stop and Freddy is getting madder. He won’t let Jason get away with his glory. The kids lead them to a psyco institute to find pills so they can suppress their dreams. But freddy takes one over and releives them of their supply. Jason comes around and finds them but is put into a deep sleep with tranquilizers. The kids tie Jason up in their van and take him back home to camp crystal lake. One of the kids is also put under with tranquilizers and watches as the kid Jason drowns in the lake. Jason wakes up and breaks out of the van, and Freddy comes to the real world. They fight until they reach the dock. While they are duking it out The kids create a line of fire. Jason rips off Freddy’s arm and Freddy takes Jasons sword. Freddy appears to kill Jason and goes for the kids, but Jason is not dead and sneaks up behind him. Jason impales Freddy through the stomach with Freddy’s own arm and then falls into the lake. Freddy drops the sword, one of the kids pics it up and cuts of Freddy’s head. Freddy falls into the water and so does the head. The kids drive away, a girl and a boy in love reunited. But are Freddy and Jason dead. No! Jason walks out of the water with freddy’s head in his hand and Freddy winks at you.
About Freddy vs. Jason 2003
Original Title: A Nightmare on Elm Street 8, A Nightmare on Elm Street 8: Freddy vs. Jason, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Friday the 13th, Freddy Krueger Versus Jason Voorhees, Freddy Versus Jason, Friday the 13th Part 11, Friday the 13th Part 11: Freddy vs. Jason, Friday the 13th Part XI, Friday the 13th Part XI: Freddy vs. Jason, FvJ
Runtime: 97 minutes
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Action
Total Avg. Votes: 19
Writers: Wes Craven, Victor Miller, Damian Shannon, Mark Swift
Director: Ronny Yu