Robert Englund, Ken Kirzinger, Monica Keena, Lochlyn Munro
Wes Craven (Writer), Ronny Yu (Director), Damian Shannon (Screenplay), Mark Swift (Screenplay)
Release: Aug. 15th, 2003
Runtime: 1 hour, 37 minutes
In an attempt to free himself from a state of forgotten limbo, evil dream-demon Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) devises a plan to manipulate un-dead mass murderer Jason Voorhees (Ken Kirzenger) into slicing-and-dicing his way through the teenage population of Springwood. But when the master of dreams loses control of his monster, a brutal fight to the death is the only way out in this long anticipated crossover between two of modern horror's...
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i hoped we could pick up this topic again, without getting the board shut down , so, where were we, something about who is better between ash and Jason, either way
No FLAME WARS, it was a good...
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This movie picks up where Jason Goes To Hell left off and it is in hell that Freddy, forgotten and therefore powerless, gets the brilliant idea to mentally manipulate Jason into killing for him.
The film features a weakened and forgotten Freddy (Robert Englund), who resuscitates Jason (Ken Kirzinger) and sends him out to kill teenagers because somehow he thinks people will put the blame on him, allowing him to gain power and come back to life.