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Freddy vs Jason

New Line Cinema Presents    1 Hour 38 minutes
U.S. Release August 15, 2003    U.S. Gross $82,622,655

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About The Film
Freddy Krueger is in hell - literally! And lke and inmate with a life sentence, Freddy's plotting a fantastic revenge .... all he needs is a little help. In comes Jason Voorhees, the equally iconic madman and perfect means for Freddy to once again instill fear on Elm Street. As the bodies begin to pile up, it becomes clear that Jason isn't willing to step aside

Now, with a terrified town in the middle, the two titans of terror enter into a horrifying and gruesome showdown. Winner kills all!


A Storytelling Autopsy (Look at the storytelling mechanics of the film)
New Line's acquisition of the FRIDAY THE 13TH brand was never any more complex of a strategy than this: the media conglomerate knew that a modern day FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN would be a fireproof box-office draw. Arguably (but only modestly), Freddy Kruger and Jason Voorhees had, since their inceptions in the 1980s, become the most notable horror villains since the original Universal monsters. On their own, each character had become a massive licensing property, inspiring everything from t-shirts, posters, and lunch boxes, to action figures, high price tag resin statues, and perennial Halloween costumes. Killing on screen is big business, and New Line knew that no one did it better than the two leading men of the genre.


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