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.
The ultimate forms of terror are about to be unleashed once again. Dream demon Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) is desperate to terrorize the teenagers of Elm St. once again, but he can't since the parents of Springwood have found a way to make the kids forget about him while doping them up with dream suppressant Hypnocil. So, in order to inspire terror, Freddy manipulates hulking, hockey-masked serial killer Jason Voorhees (Ken Kirzinger), through visions of his mother (Paula Shaw), to go to Elm Street and dispatch the kids so the town will think that Freddy has returned. But his plans don't go according to schedule when Jason starts to kill all of his "children," which really angers Freddy. And that's when Jason finds out that Freddy has used him, which really sends him over the edge. So, it's up to teens Will Rollins (Jason Ritter), Lori Campbell (Monica Keena), and Kia (Kelly Rowland), along with a few other survivors, to get Jason back to Camp Crystal Lake and Freddy out of the dream world for both of them to kill each other once and for all...
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.
Robert Englund....Freddy Krueger
Ken Kirzinger....Jason Voorhees
Monica Keena....Lori Campbell
Kelly Rowland....Kia Waterson
Jason Ritter....Will Rollins
Chris Marquette....Charlie Linderman (as Christopher George Marquette)
Brendan Fletcher....Mark Davis
At long last, this is the full retail DVDrip. Yes, at last a full dvd rip :)
Now this is an odd thing to watch, is it a Nightmare or is it a Friday movie? One things for certain, it's not about the innocent bi-standers that are hacked down. Without spoiling anything, one character is played up to be more menacing than the other.
There hasn't been a film on this level in the friday series for a long time, and discounting New Nightmare, this is a solid entry to the nightmare series also.
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