The only enjoyable Friday the 13th film from New Line Cinema that they made. Ronny Yu directed well this film and it is really underrated in my opinion this movie also made the highest ranking in A Nightmare on Elm Street movies. It is my third personal favorite in "Elm Street" series but in "Friday the 13th" rank I gave it on eight spot I did enjoy however Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning a little more than Freddy vs. Jason because it is more an Elm Street movie than Friday the 13th movie. Both icons acted the way they are in the franchise. This movie is MILES way better to me than Wes Craven's New Nightmare that's my opinion, if you don't like the film it is okay. I love the this film to death I love it so much and I appreciate more. I love the party at night in corn filed in which Jason kills people with his machete bad-ass you have gore and bloody squibs wow.
I have enjoyed this movie more than Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood and the last 4 films. This was a real horror movie and that a good one. It is definitely my favorite Jason movie of all time. This is the last good film and underrated gem in the horror genre franchise and it is my favorite slasher film I love it to death! This the last good Freddy and Jason film in which both the Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street franchises were both rebooted. This is the last Freddy movie in which Robert Englund performed the last time his character Freddy Krueger. I watched making off this film in 2003 and I saw an interview with Robert Englund reprising his role as Freddy for this film.
These enemies fight and travel all the way from Elm Street to Crystal Lake. If you like Nightmare on Elm Street or Friday the 13th or any horror/thriller for that matter then this movie is definitely for you. It is possibly one of the best horrors I've seen.
I am a huge fan of Friday the 13th for the reason it's more gory classic horror movie franchise than jump and A Nightmare on Elm Street.
I am giving a 10/10 -- an outstanding score, this is the final Freddy movie in the franchise that I consider the last good Freddy movie. Here we got a killer from Camp Crystal Lake and a killer who haunts in your dreams.