"Freddy Vs. Jason" is certainly an fun guilty pleasure, especially if you love the "Friday the 13th" and "A Nightmare on Elm Street" series. The highlight is getting Robert Englund as "Freddy Krueger" is always a plus. There is a new actor playing "Jason Voorhees" in this one, since New Line Cinema wanted an new actor to play "Jason". Since it was originally played by Kane Hodder four times! Perphas Hodder was the only one, who truly taken the "Jason" role seriously. But the new "Jason" plays him well and it is played by stunt-man Ken Kirzinger. But the tricky part of this movie is actually the script. Which the movie always has its highs and lows, nearly non-stop. Mostly is due to terrible dialogue at times and Director Ronny Yu unnecessary uses of slow motion in some of the better horror sequences. But the director certainly makes up for style in the story's weak areas. Since Freddy has to bring back to Jason to life, since no one remembers Freddy in Springwood. By bringing Jason back, Freddy thinks people will remember him somehow! It is odd storyline for sure! Doesn't make alot of sense but fans of the two franchises won't mind.
Blu-ray has an sharp anamorphic (2.35:1) Widescreen 1080P transfer and an strong Dolby 5.1 TruHD Sound. Blu-ray has all the special features from the 2-Disc DVD Set. If you want more trivia for this one, you can read Crystal Lake Memories and watch "His Name was Jason" and especially "Never Sleep Again" documentary. "Freddy Vs. Jason" is actually an fun movie to watch. I like it enough, despite some serious flaws and awful dialogue. The actors in the picture are better than expected. Monica Keena makes an great heroine and Jason Ritter, who truly looks like his late father John Ritter in a nice supporting role. There is another Blu-ray release from Alliance with an DTS 5.1 HD Sound, it is certainly stronger than the Dolby 5.1 TruHD Sound but it has no special features. Super 35. Grade:B+ for the movie. Picture Quality and Sound Quality:A-.