Mike / October 23rd, 2011
October 23, 2011 at 1:44 am
Cool. I’ve been wondering if he was just doing this, or reviewing the Friday the 13th series first.
October 23, 2011 at 1:49 am
Thank you very much James you had review my favorite horror character which is Freddy <3 thanks alot and good luck with your movie I hope I can see it soon 🙂
October 23, 2011 at 1:51 am
Actually, the reason that Freddy cutting off her nose didn’t do any damage was that he was still too weak to actually cause physical harm that passed from dream to the real world.
It’s been thought of by fans many times that it would have been nice if it had given her a nose bleed, to indicate his growing strength and power, leading up to where he could actually kill again. Alas, it didn’t happen. Still a great entry in both series.
October 23, 2011 at 1:54 am
Both these movies suck my ass.
October 30, 2014 at 12:53 am
sounds so tasty
Oh yes, the dumbass remake. Featuring Jackie Earle Haley as Down Syndrome Freddy. Ugh
October 23, 2011 at 1:58 am
I think he’s going to end it on the Halloween series and condenses the remake and it’s sequel into one video.
There actually was an attempt to make a Michael Myers vs. Pinhead movie, but the idea eventually got scrapped. There was a Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys, but it was a failure of epic proportions, although I find it absolutely hilarious, in a Plan 9 sort of way.
Freddy Vs. Jason was my first introduction to horror movies. I was 10 at the time and rather than scaring me like it probably should have, I thought it was just badass. 8 years later, and I am a horror fanatic.
The remake wasn’t horrible. I agree that it shouldn’t have been made, at least not yet. I would have said to give it another 10 – 15 years if they had to make one. Recast Nancy and re-do the Freddy make-up and I would say that it would have been a top-notch remake.
October 23, 2011 at 2:00 am
Doll man vs Demonic toys, and Puppet Master Vs Demonic Toys are a couple good reasons they do not do many VS movies.. Though in a way they were both entertaining in a weird way.
October 23, 2011 at 2:02 am
I have been a devoted Freddy Fan since I first saw the original, when it originally came out. Nothing will top the first one for me, but I loved “Freddy Vrs Jason”. It’s dumb, but fun.
I also did not hate the remake. It wasn’t great, but it was well made and took the character serious again. Jackie Earl Haley was a good choice, but I didn’t like the make up either. It was meant to be a more realistic burn victim face, but I liked the idea that he’s more of a monster. Even though it’s not Robert Englund, I still like the re-make much better then “Freddy’s Dead, Pt 6”. it doesn’t get much worse then that.
October 23, 2011 at 2:08 am
It’s voldemort! xD
October 23, 2011 at 2:18 am
The freddy vs Jason is continued in comic book form in Freddy vs Jason vs Ash (from the Evil Dead series) it is an awesome comic where freddy’s head is giving orders to jason to collect the necronomicon to become all powerfull its pretty awesome and ash’s one liners are great if you havent read it I suggest giving it a look
October 23, 2011 at 2:19 am
Actually there was a sequel to Freddy Vs Jason. But only in a comic. It’s called “Freddy Vs Jason Vs Army of Darkness”. I’m not even joking, Ashley J Williams fighting Freddy and Jason in a three way slugfeast. I haven’t read it myself but just the concept itself sounds almost as good as Ninja Baseball Batman. If you can find it check it and it’s sequel out.
October 23, 2011 at 2:21 am
WHY COULDN’T THEY DO THE HELLRAISER ENDING!!!???
as for NoES2010, Michael Bay is good a BLOWING THINGS UP, he should get a co-deirector for the people!
October 23, 2011 at 2:27 am
Wow James, I don’t think I have ever disagreed with you more. I think Freddy vs Jason was terrible. The acting was terrible, the characters were throughly unlikeable, Ken Kirzinger was terrible as Jason, it insulted the audience by recycling several horror movie cliche’s, and it just plain didn’t make any sense. I’ve never been more pissed off during a movie than I was during the scene where all the people are sitting in a room discussing what’s going on. There’s no way they should know any of what they are talking about. They might as well just be reading from the script. Even the people who made the movie said that they hated the way it was edited because scenes were cut out that made the movie not make sense.
October 23, 2011 at 2:30 am
Yeah there was suppose to be Ash vs Freddy vs Jason but the thing fell through, they made a comic though very good
October 23, 2011 at 2:36 am
I think someone “really” likes that “Welcome to prime time, bitch!” clip a little too much 😛
October 23, 2011 at 2:39 am
Actually, the character Kia wasn’t in a bathroom. She was in the nurses room, waiting for the ridiculously hot Lori after she’d fainted.
That’s one thing I’ve noticed about the Nightmare Monster Madness, James doesn’t seem to have the love for modern horror as he does for the classics. For the Frankenstein & Dracula MM, we got all sorts of facts, but with Nightmare it’s all bare-bones.
He didn’t tell us that the director of the 4th, Renny Harlin also directed Die Hard 2, as well as Cliffhanger. Or that each Nightmare made more than the last, until the Dream Child. The director of the 6th was the person who handled the budget for the first 5, so why she all of a sudden got to direct is beyond me. There’s a ton of neat little bits here and there he didn’t mention.
I really didn’t like Ken’s portrayal of Jason. He was slow, stiff, and didn’t have the awesome, seething rage that Kane’s Jason always has. Ronny Yu just wanted someone taller, and that’s bullshit. Something that James should have mentioned was that in Jason Takes Manhattan, when Jason is chasing the kids and enters the restaurant, he throws a cook into a wall, that cook being played by none other than Ken Kirzinger.
Again, it’s incredible that James makes all of these. I just finished the first video that are adjacent to my Man Movie Encyclopedia Reviews [located at scrublife.wordpress.com!] and it was some tough shit. Of course, if you’d really like to view my Man Movie Encyclopedia Tribute to Bloodsport, head on over to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQb1VCyPRIc
October 23, 2011 at 2:42 am
lenert77, did you really think a movie called Freddy vs. Jason was going to be a real horror film? You’re upset that the movie used cliches? Have you ever seen any of the previous movies?
October 23, 2011 at 3:06 am
I remember loving Freddy vs. Jason in the theaters, but I tried to watch it again a few months ago and it was pretty bad. Kinda weird how that can happen over time.
The Nightmare On Elm Street remake was just plain out fucking dog shit.
October 23, 2011 at 3:12 am
They were going to make a sequel to Freddy vs Jason and it was going to have Ash from the Evil Dead trilogy but they never did it and instead it was made into a comic book miniseries.
October 23, 2011 at 3:20 am
Jason vs Jason X needs to be made… there is a comic-book so just get your inspiration from that.
October 23, 2011 at 3:24 am
I DID GO SEE FREDDY VS JASON WHEN IT CAME OUT BACK IN 2003…..
It is without a doubt, the last of it’s kind. after that the remakes came. The movie, I thought was entertaining, fun as hell, and a great soundtrack ( including one of my all time favorite bands TYPE O NEGATIVE.) And yes James is right. The best in the series, the 1st, the 3rd, and New Nightmare. They are my favorites!
October 23, 2011 at 3:25 am
awesome fight i have watched t5he movie and it cool
October 23, 2011 at 3:28 am
MY THEORY SINCE THERE IS 8 MORE DAYS TILL HALLOWEEN……..
which is the song you hear in Halloween 3. James will be doing the Halloween series. And yes, there is 8 of them.
Yes, yes, yes, and fuck you.
October 23, 2011 at 3:34 am
October 23, 2011 at 3:41 am
Awesome video. It’s too bad they stopped with the “VS.” idea after one movie. I would be first in line to see fucking Chucky VS. Leprechaun.
Also, the remake was fucking ASS, and I’m glad you think so too.
October 23, 2011 at 3:44 am
Ah, the reason why her nose wasn’t ripped off in the real world is the same as why the jock character wasn’t killed by the freddy shadow. He just wasn’t powerful enough… Yet.
October 23, 2011 at 3:45 am
no, there’s 10, you got the 8 originals, and the two Rob Zombie films.
October 23, 2011 at 3:49 am
Thanks for putting your thoughts out there about the remake. I agree it wasint needed,but what ya going to do. I enjoyed it for what it was. Its not better then the orginal but still a fun watch. Also on freddy vs jason I must have seen that movie about 3 times. I really enjoy alot. Its my horror wet dream and the fights were actually good between the cahracters.
October 23, 2011 at 3:50 am
Umm where did he say the remake was ass? He said it wasint needed and isint as good as the orginal,but didint say it was downright horrible. If he thought it was indeed ass you would use said word.
October 23, 2011 at 3:52 am
Excellent review again. Thats exactly what i wanted to hear from James mouth. No more, no less. And his last words: stick to the original, part 3 and new nightmare, that sums it all up!!
Oh well, i just didnt agree with Freddy vs Jason, i think that was a lot of crap and a monetary excuse. Freddy was already DEAD so it doesnt make sense to bring him back other than a cheap excuse for making money and should the movie be good its okay but it wasnt. In the real world Freddy would NEVER stand a chance against Jason and viceversa so the concept of having both fighting each other is pointless
October 23, 2011 at 3:53 am
I remember seeing Freddy vs. Jason in theaters. I was surprised at just how good it was.
If James does just one more franchise, I’m still going with Hellraiser.
Can’t wait to see what’s next.
October 23, 2011 at 4:02 am
Freddy vs Jason vs Ash!!! (Evil Dead) Would be so epic! The humour would be brilliant with Bruce Campbell and Robert Englund 😀
October 23, 2011 at 4:06 am
I hope the next series isn’t Halloween. The first one is a masterpiece, but Michael Myers isn’t an interesting villain. He has no motives, he’s just evil.
James has never reviewed any of the SAW films, the only longer horror series that actually is internally consistant. SAW is only 7 films (and a short, but it isn’t much to review) so I don’t think he’ll do it.
My guess (wish) is that he’ll pick Hellraiser, the series that really fucked up the 80s!
I thought the remake wasn’t to bad, but i agree the make up sucked. It should have ended with freddy being innocent of what he was killed for and it ends up being the janitor (played by robert englund) At lest then there would have been a nice little twist to laugh at.
October 23, 2011 at 4:25 am
Freddy vs Jason is amazing guilty pleasure, I love every minute of it. Especially when Kia died. I hated that bitch so much, and near the end, I was like “oh, no, she shouldn’t stay alive”, but I wasn’t disappointed all. She got the last, and the most funny and ironic kills in the movie, and one of the most memorable in thte entire series. The whole movie was over the top, but that was just fine.
I’m glad you didn’t bash the remake too much. I agree that it’s unnecessary and that it doesn’t even come close to the original. But it’s still an okay movie, it’s only crap compared to thr masterpiece that is the original.
I don’t like how everything’s in CG nowadays, the Movies would looks so much better if they used the old Special Effect Techniques, like Fright Night.
October 23, 2011 at 4:32 am
There IS Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash! Just not as a movie but as a comic series and actually acts as a Sequel to Freddy Vs. Jason. Check it out, it’s pretty cool!
October 23, 2011 at 4:41 am
Many people were saying it was a draw because Freddy’s head was still alive, but I always felt Jason was the clear victor emerging from the lake with Freddy’s head. Just because he’s not finished off didn’t mean he didn’t lose.
Let me put it this way. If you witnessed a brawl in the street, you wouldn’t call it a tie just because both men survived.
Why is the door open to all these vs movies? Are all those franchises owned by the same group of people? I doubt it.
October 23, 2011 at 4:56 am
can there be a monster madness next month too? who cares if its not october…
yea that comic is dang good. However there is 1 plot point I really hated and didint have an explantion for it. I wont say what cause I dont wanna spoil it for anyone.
October 23, 2011 at 5:17 am
VS was great, I remember hearing the Freddy theme on the suburban block followed up by the Jason theme and about cremed right there. The remake was watchable and I like how they went more into Freddy’s past but the new Nancy wasn’t very good.
October 23, 2011 at 5:41 am
Don’t worry James, even though your NoES reviews are done, you could probably still put “welcome to prime time, bitch” in a couple of title sequences. 😉
October 23, 2011 at 5:49 am
Freddy wasn’t powerful enough yet to inflict damage in the real world, remember when he stuck his glove through someone and it did nothing earlier on? Anyway another great monster madness, keep up the good work.
October 23, 2011 at 5:55 am
I totally agree about the remake of Psycho. I would love to hear more of your thoughts on that.
I gotta say that I actually liked the remake of Nightmare though. Yes, the original was better, but I thought this was well done. I totally disagree with Jackie Earl Haley sounding like Christian Bale though. I think he had a distinct voice from Bale in Watchmen and Nightmare.
I think people hated the makeup because it was drastically different from Robert Englund’s, but I saw the new Freddy as someone looking the way a real life burn victim would look. With the exception of the one liners he had towards the end, Haley came across as very vindictive and sadistic, and I thought he made an effective villain.
October 23, 2011 at 6:09 am
Wasn’t there also a deleted scene with Freddy in bed at the end? I remember seeing it on the DVD or somewhere.
Anyway, LOVED F vs J. Saw it 3 times in the theater.
Great stuff James, keep it coming!
October 23, 2011 at 6:19 am
Jason v Freddy or A Nightmare on Friday the 13th or Nightmare on Elm Street 8 or Friday the 13th part 11 or what ever the hell you want to call it was o.k. I was very annoyed that Jason ‘won’ but heyho it seems people like Jason more than Freddy. As for not making anymore well I think Hollywood doesn’t like horror hence why they’re remaking everything so bad i.e Halloween,Nightmare,Friday the 13th etc etc
October 23, 2011 at 6:22 am
freddy vs jason is one of my favorite movies and as for the remake….let me tell you im a huge freddy fan the prop replica metal glove is on my nightstand right now and i liked the remake. sure it wasnt a copy of the original and sure it was different but…hey if ya want the original go watch it. rober englund was by far the best but if ya like the new freddy it doesnt mean you hate the old one. So just go in empty minded forget who freddy is and enjoy it for what it is, which is a modern age horror film like it or hate it. its your opinion
October 23, 2011 at 6:29 am
They were talking about the idea of Freddy Vs Jason LONG before JGTH. In fact one of the Friday sequels (5 or 6 I think) was originaly planned to be a Freddy Vs Jason, yet Paramount could not get the rights from New Line. The idea came up again a few years later this time with New Line trying to get the rights to Jason…which lead to the non Paramount sequels and eventually Freddy Vs Jason many years later.
Anway get the main point out of the way first.
Freddy. Seeing as Freddy’s plan was to create fear and get people to remember him again (you know the plot of the film), and that’s what he got. Freddy won.
Jason did not have a goal to win, he was just used by Freddy as a tool.
If you are talking about who phsycally won, then it’s the “teens”. As from their POV both of them are “dead”. Hell it was Lori that had to “kill” Frdddy as Jason could not manage it.
Either way, Jason did not “win” anything.
Anyway my view of this film.
It’s a love/hate view from me. I’m a fan of both series. I love the character of Freddy (except from 3, 4, 5 and 6). He has such an interesting backstory. The fact he was LEGALY a free man, yet hunted down and MURDERED by the parents. They created the monster. I do feel the quality of the films were pretty bad overall with only the first film and New Nightmare being worthy…2 is ok at a push. The rest are pretty damn terrible.
Jason for me is less interesting as a character. Yet I feel the Friday films had stronger sequels as a series. Well at least the first 4 were good. 5 onwards they get tired then Jason in space WTF?
So this film brings together 2 of the greatest horror icons ever created. While I feel the mythology of both characters are treated with respect. The mythos is there. The film is still a little “flat”. It’s just not as “epic” as these 2 titans clashing should have been.
Ronny Yu did a great job as dicrector some amazing sequences with shaddow Freddy being a personal fave.
Yet when you boil it down, it’s just a standard slasher flick with annoying teens…again.
I found the film is not really a “horror film”, just and excuse for Freddy and Jason to beat the crap out of each other. there are not scares, no tension, no suspence.
The film starts with a great premise. That being Freddy is a joke, forgotten about. So he has to use Jason to trick people into thinking Freddy is back, creating the fear he needs to “live”.
Yet 15 mins into the film it’s just becomes Freddy hits Jason, Jason hits Freddy. Annoying teens runs around screaming. Rinse and repeat.
Great start, dull middle, horrible end. Yet a half decent movie overall.
Just my view on the Nightmare remake.
First I never compare a remake to the original, it’s pointless. Just judge the film on the film it is and not what some other film is/was.
Anyway, I found the remake pretty good. Jackie was a great Freddy. The make up actually looked like a REAL burn victim and the voice souned like someone that was involved in a horrible fire “accident”.
Was not expcecting too much plot wise as you know the basics already. Could have done with some “better” acors definetly, ye tthey were good enough in this. While some of the scares with similar or re-hashed from the original, they still worked. The one at the end made me jump.
Yeah it’s an ok film and I hope they do more sequels as I really enjoyed Jackie’s perfomace and would love to see more of him as Freddy.
October 23, 2011 at 6:32 am
AWESOME REVIEW JAMES! THANK YOU! You did not let me down at all! You give such great reviews! If you had your own weekly movie review show, I’d be watching every week. The new Siskel is right here ladies and gentlemen!
I pretty much agree with the review. The first Nightmare, part III, and New Nightmare are the best. And I totally add FVJ to that list. And Vs. movies RULE and I think Freddy vs. Jason is number one! I never noticed that before about how in other vs. movies, water was an angle. Nice eye!
I would LOVE for there to be more vs. movies, but I guess they are not made because different studios would have all kinds of legal issues, and of course, neither side would want to see their monster lose.
Then even if they were made, you would have all those movie elitists and nit-pickers making fun of them, and bitching about them, and some would be whining about the violence, or even lack of violence, but the heck with them all. They are sadly apart of the horror business in a sense, and were the reason why I became interested in horror. But anyhow, money talks, and FVJ made millions, so you would think they would figure out a way to make more.
Anyhow, awesome job again James! Looking forward to more! See ya in the next clip!
October 23, 2011 at 6:43 am
@Senna4ever – Blah! JASON WON! So Freddy winked…big deal. 🙂 Jason was carrying charcoal-breath’s severed head in his hand at the time. He also ripped off Freddy’s arm and used his own limb and claw to stab him. Jason just lost a few fingers, and then kicked Freddy’s ass right off his body. Mwhahaha.
Let’s say the ending was different – If Freddy was walking out of Camp Crystal Lake, then there was a shot of Jason at the bottom of the lake, but then all of a sudden….his eyes open up….would that mean Jason won? No. It’d just meant he was still alive. That’s how I took the ending. The wink just meant Freddy was down, but not out. 😉
And when Jason stabbed Freddy with his own claw, Freddy was gonna bleed to death. He couldn’t even move after being stabbed. Lori just mercy killed Freddy in a fudged up way.
That is another reason why I love this film – Fans can forever debate who won. My vote’s on Jason. 🙂 Jason X took place after FVJ, and Jason was taking names and kicking butt in space, whereas this was Freddy’s final chapter.
October 23, 2011 at 6:48 am
Oh, and in regards of Jason being a tool – Hey man, Jason LOVES killing teenagers. He doesn’t need a reason behind it. Freddy however does, and without Jason, Freddy couldn’t have done anything. Freddy needs people to fear him. Jason needs no such thing. Just an excuse. 🙂 And he got one.
In regards of what character I like more – Jason! Because he’s a tragic villian and I find him more interesting, and scary. The mask and the fact that he says nothing adds to the fear. I had nightmares about him as a kid all the time. Jason is also more realistic. At least when Jason was human. Crazy killers have existed in our world before, so that makes Jason more scary.
Freddy – Not really a realistic character, and exists more in the human psyche, and represents our inner-demons. Sure, that can make him scary, but like Nancy, there are ways to defeat the demon, but a crazy killer might be a little harder to overcome.
October 23, 2011 at 6:54 am
I never mentioned Freddy winking (can you not read?).
What did Jason win when he had no goal to achieve in the first place?
The WHOLE plot and point of the film was for Freddy to create fear so people would remember him again…and that’s EXACTLY what happened.
Ergo: Freddy won.
Again, Jason was down before Freddy too and it was Lori that had to finish Freddy off as Jason could not.
Not sure what you know about fighting, but the person down and out first is never the “winner”.
On that level the teens won as BOTH Freddy and Jason were down.
October 23, 2011 at 6:55 am
I thought Ken Kirzinger was AWESOME as Jason and the best actor to play Jason ever because he was a combo of redneck Jason and zombie Jason. I also loved his movements, and his eyes.
It never bothered me that Hodder didn’t return as Jason. I think anyone can play him. I also think at one point, Kane Hodder became bigger then Jason among too many fans, and anytime I see Hodder as Jason, sometimes I see it as “Hodder play Jason” instead of just Jason doing his thing.
Ken Kirzinger playing Jason brought the mystic and mystery about the character again, and I LOVED that. Even though I like Jason, I shouldn’t be seeing him as my pal, or watching my pal in a movie, ya know?
Hodder exposed himself toooo much, and that took something away from Jason in my opinion. I think Ken Kirzinger and Ted White are the two best actors to ever play Jason, and the fact that they are not throwing themselves everywhere in the public eye about it is a good thing.
October 23, 2011 at 7:00 am
#Senna4ever – lol. No, I can’t read. I can just hear your thoughts. Pretty cool, huh? lmao. Anyhow, if you’re anything like the other Freddy fans I’ve debated with for almost ten years now, you would have mentioned the wink at some point. 😉
I don’t think you understand the Jason character – He’s not exactly the brightest bulb. He’s like the great white shark in Jaws. He doesn’t need a “goal”.
Freddy forgot his own words when he was tricking Jason in his dream – “No matter what they do to you, you cannot die. You can NEVER die.”
Jason won because he walked out of Camp Crystal Lake fully infact, and later returned to doing what he does best.
And yes, people did fear Freddy again…..until Jason stopped him. After the film ended, I am going to guess that people no longer feared Freddy because there weren’t anymore sequels.
Jason got the last shot in against Freddy as well, and while it’s true Freddy got more hits in, Jason did a lot more damage to Freddy.
And it’s true Jason WAS down – But then he rose up out of the lake, carrying Freddy’s head as a trophy.
Jason won. 🙂
October 23, 2011 at 7:07 am
I’ve watched Freddy V.S. Jason so many times I can replay the movie in my head scene for scene line for line. I hate when I do that because it ruins the movie for me when I randomly want to watch it again. Great movie, don’t care much for Ronny Yu, I think they could of done better with a different Director, especially replacing Kane Hodder, I know that Ken is taller and bigger, but let’s face it Kane has a hell of a lot better body language and energy, or rage as he puts to the character.
October 23, 2011 at 7:08 am
But, as for the remake… Dark? Yes. Scarey? Oh yeah. But when It comes to Freddy I don’t feel like im watching a Nightmare on Elm St. I feel like he’s just a copycat killer with the same problem. He’s nothing compared to Robert Englund.
October 23, 2011 at 7:19 am
Didn’t see the remake, but what I’ve seen and heard of it I don’t much care for it. Glad to see that you liked Freddy vs. Jason, as I did. I’d also agree that Nightmares 1, 3 and New Nightmare are among the best!
October 23, 2011 at 7:33 am
Can’t wait till tomorrow! And I like James idea for new VS movies. You know how awesome Leatherface vs Michael would be????
October 23, 2011 at 7:40 am
The remake was fucking terrible. It had the potential to be truly unique with the idea that’s brought up that Freddy was innocent, and so killed by mistake. That would have created a whole new dynamic for both the character and his motives.
But, nope, it just sucked goat balls.
October 23, 2011 at 8:05 am
god, I never saw the remake, and now I will never
I could’ve coped with a bad story, or bad acting, but the look of the new freddy is just awful!
I mean, that guy looks like a model from italy: with out any meat on his bones!
and as james mentioned, the make up looks extremely stupid
freddy shouldn’t be built like a runner, or sprinter, but a little bit more bulky. like he did in the first movies
I think robert englund was the best choice to begin with, and they should’ve at least kept the shape of freddy’s body
my 2 cents
October 23, 2011 at 8:07 am
I loved your Nightmare on Elm Street reviews, James. Awesome job on everyone of them. I can’t wait to see what this week’s series is.
October 23, 2011 at 8:22 am
please james i hope next is Fridat the 13. come on i want see jason
October 23, 2011 at 8:30 am
There is actually a sequel to Freddy Vs. Jason in the form of a comic book called Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash. It continues the story from Freddy Vs. Jason and throws in Evil Dead for good measure.
At the start, Freddy is trapped in Jason’s mind and he’s getting sick of it. While going through Jason’s memories, he discovers that Jason has had contact with the Necronomicon in the past, and that it could be the key to him escaping from Jason’s mind, so he sends Jason to fetch it. It’s also implied that it’s because of the Necronomicon that Jason never dies. Meanwhile, a new S-Mart store is opening in Crystal Lake. The manager is having problems with some of the employees, so he tells them that their being sent someone to sort them out, and it turns out to be, who else, but Ashley Williams.
The comic has some great moments that combine all three franchises, like when Ash has a dream where he’s back in the cabin from Evil Dead with his hand still intact, but it becomes possessed again and sprouts Freddy’s claws, so he has to cut it off again. Through the power of the Necronomicon, Freddy can enter the real world whenever he wants and retains his reality bending powers from the dream world, making him almost unstoppable. In one scene he raises Jason’s past victims as deadites and have them attack him. It’s great stuff, and is just as over the top, if not more so, than Freddy Vs. Jason.
October 23, 2011 at 9:08 am
I have to say these two movies are really crap! Freddy vs. Jason don’t delivers the horror, it’s just an action film… and the remake and don’t have words to say how much I hated it… it fells like Final Destination with some guy with a mask!
October 23, 2011 at 9:17 am
Freddy vs jason was pretty good, it was the first jason movie and freddy movie I have ever seen, so i didn’t get a bigger impact if i saw any of the old ones first, but I still like it. The Nightmare on elm street Remake was a piece of shit, i saw it in theatres and i was so bored, it wasn’t even scary, the original is so much better.
October 23, 2011 at 9:37 am
Freddy vs. Jason is by far one of my favorites out of the Nightmare movies. And if I remember correctly, the reason her nose didn’t go flying off IRL when she was in the nurses office was because Freddy wasn’t strong enough for it to happen IRL. Freddy having to recharge and build up his strength and powers was a big thing in that movie. And while they didn’t get to make the mash up with Pinhead and the others there are some epic fan films on youtube. Actually, there’s one by Blinky500 that has Freddy go to hell and fight Jason, Micheal Myers, and Leather Face and Pinhead is in control. Plus they make a ton of individual fan films for each one, including a prequel/back story to Freddy when he’s brought in for questioning. It kind of reminded me of the first episode of Freddy’s Nightmares. But back t something more relevant, as far as the remake goes, that one took some time to grow on me. I like the fact that they built up Freddy’s appearance by not shoving him in our face revealing the horrible makeup/cg face. I think Jackie was good, but if he tried for a different voice and if they didn’t try too hard to make him look like a real burn victim it would’ve been better. Also, half of the character names being changed threw me off. And I do miss having Glen being pulled through a bed, if there’s any seen they should have kept in it should have been that one
October 23, 2011 at 9:41 am
I want to see Critters vs Gremlins since years!! That would be an awesome Movie.
October 23, 2011 at 9:42 am
The final one is Romero’s dead series
October 23, 2011 at 9:49 am
I don’t know if anyone mentioned this, but the new Freddy was supposed to look like a burn victim and less like how Robert Englund looked. If you take a quick Google image search on bad burn victims you will see that their lips often get real thin and tight and their eyes do the same. Over all the remake made Freddy scary for me again and I think that Jackie Earle Haley did a great job. Not as good as Robert Englund, but those are some big shoes to fill. Oh and yeah, the teenagers were boring and bland in the remake. I could have done with a little less of them.
October 23, 2011 at 10:02 am
The remake is awful, I hated it and was so disappointed by it. It felt so rote, with Freddy they had a chance to really make something special, but instead they just stuck to decades old slasher cliches instead of making something new with the series (while still paying homage). It could have been much better, the Friday 13th remake wasn’t great but it was much better than the nightmare remake.
October 23, 2011 at 10:03 am
Freddy vs. Jason was a great movie but why did they choice to do a remake instead of an sequel. The remake is fucking garbage I mean even the good parts of the second movie was better. Freddy vs. Jason does have a sequel in two comic book series with Ash from Evil Dead series. James I have a feeling for the last time that you’re last horror series reviews is going to be Saw.
I loved Freddy vs Jason, and I would like to see Mike Myers vs Leatherface
October 23, 2011 at 10:05 am
Available on VHS!? I’ going to have jump up and down on the trampoline with my head tilted sideways to empty out all the cum that’s just been ejaculated from both my ears, nostrils, and eye sockets.
October 23, 2011 at 10:20 am
Wow – that new Freddy looked terrible. Kind of just looked like he had down syndrome. Not that anything is wrong with it – but you’d kind of like him to look… I don’t know… Scary.
October 23, 2011 at 10:30 am
Freddy Vs Jason was kickass, but I’m upset Freddy only got one kill, ONE! Where as Jason got like 19. But I guess that was suppose to be the point of the plot. Still I would have liked to see Freddy rack up a few more points.
October 23, 2011 at 10:34 am
I dont know about downs but I agree with others perception that he sort of looks like some weird fucked up monkey in the “freddy” makeup.
October 23, 2011 at 10:35 am
I would have shit bricks if Pinhead was in the ending of Freddy Vs. Jason. That would have been absolutely perfect. I agree that there’s so much more to be said in these “Vs.” movies. More so, I’d like to see a merging of each franchises main “heroes” in some form of involvement with the plot. Tommy from Friday the 13th, Nancy from Nightmare, and Kirsty from Hellraiser. Would be really wild.
As for the Nightmare remake, I thought Jackie Earle Haley was a pretty good Freddy… not as memorable as Englund but good in his own right. They say he ad-libbed a lot to keep the kids nervous while delivering their performances. His make-up looked funky because the artists were trying to emulate actual burn victims and, from what I recall, it was actually toned down quite a bit for the final look seen in the film. Given the end result, I wouldn’t have toned anything down about it… he should have been nauseating to look at, not just “Oh… that’s Freddy… I guess.”
There was all kinds of room to make the character even more foul and despicable but they decided to stick too close to a basic formula. Jackie did a good interpretation of a serious Freddy, but it was still too like the original and just went through the paces. To elicit a shocking and notable reaction from fans, it really just needed to be the most heinous film ever made in this day and age. But it wasn’t. And the CG sucked too.
Probably the least satisfying remake of the big horror franchises. Greatly enjoyed Rob Zombie’s Halloween re-imaginings over this one.
October 23, 2011 at 10:39 am
I thought the remake was pretty okay. I admired Haleys malevalence he brought to the role, and some of his Krueger like wise ass remarks. The dream sequences were one of the highlights of the film, and I actually did like how they used a little bit of the things they did in the ’84 version. The reason I say that is because they added something different to it (ex. Nancy didn’t get pulled underwater in the remake.) so overall, it’s a fun movie to watch with a date or at a Halloween party or something. It deserves like a 6.5/10
October 23, 2011 at 10:59 am
Freddy vs. Jason was baed on a comic book series that also had Ash from the evil dead series, who was helping jason get Freddy out of his head, while also trying to recover the necronmicon ex mortis. The end with pinhead was a cool idea. I think they should match Michael and Jason, because Jason is just a taller version of michael. How about something like destroy all monsters, called destroy all slashers, where they all meet and do battle? Or how about a Terrordrome game for home consoles, so you can battle youself?
October 23, 2011 at 11:16 am
No actually that comic was a sequel to the movie.
And I agree Freddy vs Jason is great. People often call it crap but hey if you don’t like crossovers why bother with this one? I agree with Michael vs Leatherface. Since we saw two supernatural horror movie icons go at it let’s see more human ones fight.
October 23, 2011 at 11:21 am
I LOVE LOVE Freddy Vs. Jason. In a way, its the greatest of both series. It’s the culmination of all it represents and has become. While I love and appreciate Friday’s earlier, more serious movies and admire the dark feel of the early Freddy movies, Freddy Vs. Jason is just the highlight of fun and imagination of both series.
It’s my MOST ANTICIPATED MOVIE EVER. When first seeing Jason Goes To Hell, it was the greatest thing I had ever seen at the time (age of 8). The ending just had my mind reeling at the imaginative possibilities. Soon the internet came out and I would look up news on Freddy Vs. Jason because there was CONSTANT news on it for those 10 years. It got me into all the movie news sites and things such as this. It was my main internet subject for those 8 years of browsing. It turned out so much better than I could have hoped for. I always imagined a more Jason Goes To Hell/Dream Child darkness to it all, but this was more inventive.
Ronny Yu was a supreme choice and what he did with Bride of Chucky and Freddy Vs. Jason is beyond praiseful and I am so thankful to that guy for his awesome visions. What a gift !! His reinvention and style of Jason, how he made him towering and sympathetic and menacing all at once, and thanks to Ken’s portrayal. Robert Englund, ’nuff said. This collaboration is pure genius.
As for the remake, I loved it, mostly. I hated the recreations of the scenes from the original, and that’s what brings it down so much. Same with Rob Zombie’s Halloween, I thought that was great because it was its own original thing until they started recreating scenes and dialogue from the original. But upon second viewing, I learned to not compare it and just love it and appreciate what they were doing. Remakes are SO much better if they do something original and unique with the concept and stop with the useless cameos and recreation of scenes.
Jackie Earl Haley was superb and I love his Freddy so much.
I loved the whole question of Freddy’s innocence and, while I understand making him turn out to actually be a child molester (cause that is horrifying, protecting your own childhood rapist only to discover that he really did do those things), I would have preferred if they made him innocent of the crimes. It would have been far more powerful and effective. It’s also a great ignored theme of society: How the masses are evil and create monsters out of the most innocent people who keep to themselves by treating them like a monster for no good reason. It’s the same with war and how countries wrongfully accuse and murder other countries, only to fulfill their own prophecy by making an enemy out of provocation. It’s the same with our law system, you really have to prove you are innocent and you are automatically found guilty. Christianity/religion is the true evil and they are on witch hunts for the intelligent.
The Nightmare On Elm Street remake could have embodied all of that, but it chose to side with the dumb parents and please the masses.
The end scene really brought the movie down a lot as well. Just unnecessary.
October 23, 2011 at 11:31 am
Freddy Vs. Jason was an amazing Versus movie which only made both the Friday the 13th and Nightmare On Elm Street movies look even better. But the remake of Nightmare On Elm Street was pretty crap, and i agree about the makeup, they could have done much better on it.
October 23, 2011 at 11:56 am
@natsirt21 Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash was awesome. It pays respect to all three series and manages to combine them in a way that actually makes sense. It’s too bad that New Line decided to go the remake route with both the Friday and Nightmare series, instead of using the script for FvJvA.
Man, Freddy vs. Jason was probably the most fun I’ve ever had at the theater. There was so much energy in the room, and people were cheering the whole time, especially when Jason popped out of the water at the end (guess there’s more Jason fans in my area). It felt more like. Wrestling match than watching a movie.
On the subject of “vs.” movies, there was rumors for a long time that a Pinhead vs. Michael Myers movie was in the works, and would be directed by none other than John Carpenter himself. I’m guessing it fell through, though, because I haven’t heard any new info about it in a couple of years.
October 23, 2011 at 12:06 pm
Oh, next time is SO Halloween!
I’m so happy you gave Freddy vs. Jason a positive review. I don’t care what anybody says, that will always be one of my favorite films. As for the remake…I really need to go back and give it a real review. Probably tear it a new asshole.
October 23, 2011 at 12:19 pm
I’ve seen FVJ a while back and enjoyed it thoroughly. I think the deal with the girl and her nose getting slashed without it happening in reality was due to Freddy not being powerful enough to kill. There was a scene earlier depicting Freddy and some other douche; Freddy tried to kill him, but he couldn’t since he was too weak.
October 23, 2011 at 12:23 pm
I didn’t think the remake was that bad..It was goofy in some parts and had a lot of cheap scares but i thought Jackie was the right choice…I wouldn’t mind if they made a sequel and took the story in a new twisted direction.
October 23, 2011 at 12:27 pm
And I think you have to really be scared enough to believe that Freddy can hurt you or what he does has no effect.
October 23, 2011 at 12:35 pm
@Xen11 well said. Yours is the first long post that was worth reading all month long.
October 23, 2011 at 12:39 pm
I agree, 1, 3, New Nightmare and Freddy Vs Jason are the best, the remake really shouldn’t have been made, it’s a complete rip-off of what we’ve already seen plus it’s not the same without Robert Englund as Freddy.
October 23, 2011 at 12:41 pm
-James, I’m glad you gave Freddy vs Jason a fair review. It was an excellent movie.
-I appreciate the new NOES fror the reasons Xen11 said with the addition of the concept of micro dreams.
-Wes Craven’s New Nightmare is still a steaming pile of monkey flung fieces.
October 23, 2011 at 1:08 pm
i definitely would have X’ed the remake. i borrowed the blue ray from my best friend when it came out, psyched up to see freddy again, and the beginning popped up and i was damn near screaming like a fan girl, but then i saw his face… and then i saw nancy…. then at this point i was hoping to god i would fall asleep during the movie to meet the real freddy. fuck that movie and fuck jackie earl for trying to be batman after a horrific two face revenge.
October 23, 2011 at 1:10 pm
Not sure if you will ever see this, or if it has been mentioned already or not, but in Freddy vs. Jason, the reason why the girl’s nose wasn’t cut in real life in that scene for instance, was that Freddy’s power wasn’t fully developed. I’ll explain further.
As the plot siad, Freddy’s power was based on the fear of him, and remembering him. The families blocked him out of existence and made everybody forget him, and it made him weak, like you mentioned. As Jason started to kill, people began to remember Freddy and his power was growing. There was a scene early on where Freddy’s shadow tries to slice a girl, but can’t because he’s too weak. He couldn’t hurt her in the dream at all. As he re-gained his power, he could hurt them in the dream, like cutting off the nose, but it didn’t translate into the real world, because he wasn’t complete yet. When he finally COULD kill kids, Jason was getting in the way and they fought.
It’s not inconsistency, it’s the natural progression of Freddy re-gaining his powers. Great reviews as usual, and I truly enjoy all of your work. Keep it up and good luck in your future endeavors in film!
October 23, 2011 at 1:37 pm
The Freddy remake/reboot, was actually one of the better ones they have done. There are lots of these movies now, and I thought it was good. Freddy may look weird, but I thought he definitely looked more like a real burn victim. The darkening of his history (child molestation) was also brilliant. It was a way to “turn back the clock” in my opinion, and try to wipe out the goofy Freddy, to re-establish him as a sick, twisted and evil man.
The kids weren’t as interesting as the original kids, but it’s a whole different audience, with different tastes, and kids actually act like those teens these days. Look at Twilight. Being about the same age as James, I can see why he thinks the kids are terrible, but that’s how some kids really are now, and it’s different than what we were as teens.
Yes, they re-used some of the scenes from the first Nightmare film, but that was also the scariest, and it will probably be the only examples they use, if they do future movies. I doubt they will re-create other scenes from other movies, especially the goofier ones. Whether you liked it or not, you would have to say that they made some good strides in that movie towards a possible good future series of films.
October 23, 2011 at 1:59 pm
Don’t forget the comic book sequel, Freddy vs. Jason. vs. Ash.
And people are way to critical of the remake for often unfair reasons it seems. My favorite being “no Robert Englund”. It’s a remake of course they’re not going to have the same Freddy. I have to say the new premise was an interesting spin, he wasn’t always a complete monster and more emphasis is put on the whole thing really being the parent’s fault. Not without stupidity however, why did the kids assume that he didn’t actually do anything to them?
October 23, 2011 at 2:27 pm
Hey James, have you seen the fan made films “The Nightmare Ends on Halloween” and “Friday the 31st”? Both made by the same guy on a pretty low budget, but despite that were still quite awesome.
The Nightmare Ends on Halloween: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XArnOBQqweA
The Nightmare Ends on Halloween II: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOa817h94YY
Friday the 31st: http://vimeo.com/30049237
Here’s a link to the creator of the above: http://www.blinky-productions.com/
There’s another fan film made by a different group called “Freddy vs Ghostbusters” that was pretty good as well (and led into the much better “Return of the Ghostbusters” though that one isn’t a crossover with anything else like the others are).
Freddy vs Ghostbusters: http://www.braxtanfilm.com/fvgb.html
Return of the Ghostbusters: http://www.returnoftheghostbusters.com/
(I don’t have anything to do with either of the above fan film productions, aside from being a fan of their work, same as I am of yours. I just thought these would be something you’d get a kick out of if you haven’t already seen them.)
October 23, 2011 at 2:28 pm
There were some cool one liners in the new flick,…and the last scare definitely got me, in a way I hadn’t me shocked-scared sense Evil Dead 2. It’s very visually dynamic, but I have to agree,…it’s missing any charisma. Very nice way of putting it!
October 23, 2011 at 2:42 pm
Hello, James. I hope you start with the Jason movies..! Keep up the good work!
October 23, 2011 at 3:33 pm
Actually there is another option for newer Freddy movies, though they are short movies and amateur (though done as well as a lot of hollywood movies). Chris R Notarile’s (Blinky500 on youtube) ‘The Nightmare Ends on Halloween’ films are excellant, with both Freddy and Michael Myers being protrayed brilliantly and similar to how they were in the films (both far better than in their shitstain remakes)
There are other infamous characters in the series though I won’t spoil it for you, but I do think their all done excellantly. Just to add another movie made by Mr Notarile which is done exellantly, though not quite as well in my opinion is ‘Friday the 31st’, an excellant Michael vs Jason movie
All in all though more vs movies need to be done, Freddy vs Jason vs Pinhead, Leprechaun vs Wishmaster, Michael vs Pinhead, Chucky vs Leprechaun, Frddy vs Michael and Jason vs Leatherface would all be excellant, though sadly I never see a Michael vs movie since it was suggested a Michael vs Pinhead movie would be made, but the owners of the rights to Michael Myers said no as they thought Michael was too good to appear alongside other slashers, similar situation with Godzilla vs Gamera when Toho said no for some reason
October 23, 2011 at 3:56 pm
My favorite of the sequel of “nightmare on elm street” is pretty much like you’re James, the third and new nightmare but I like the first one too … the remake didn’t impress me much and like you said they done so much remakes now that the interest isn’t there ..Stick to the original it’s better … most of the time anyway.
October 23, 2011 at 4:05 pm
Freddy Vs. Jason, so glad I was wrong in thinking this would get skipped over. The whole movie was a pretty fun ride, although not without it’s flaws.
If Freddy wanted Jason to stop killing people, why didn’t he pretend to be Jason’s mother again when he was rendered unconscious? I also think it’s sad that Gibbs gets killed by Jason when she’s getting date-raped by a guy who looks like Spider from Powerman 5000.
I think that the soundtrack is one of the best compilations for a movie of that time, you have metal music grouped with FvJ, and you have a winner.
Oh, and don’t you think that Freddy line, “how sweet, dark meat” to the black chick is borderline racist?
October 23, 2011 at 4:42 pm
@Xen11 – I totally agree! I love Freddy vs. Jason for a lot of reasons – One of them being, as you said, it was a combo of both everything we love and fear about Friday the 13th and a Nightmare on Elm Street. It also was my most anticipated movie ever, right next to Rocky Balboa.
October 23, 2011 at 4:51 pm
Gremlins vs. Critters!!!
October 23, 2011 at 4:54 pm
Yep, they don’t make pizzas the way they used to. :p
Did anyone know that his face was based on a pizza?
I love this movie. It combinds the mythology of both the Friday and Nightmare films, and the Freddy/Jason fights are well made.
I’m with ya about crossover movies. I’ve read about the Hellraiser bit years ago online. Since 2007, I’ve been enpicturing in my mind THE ULTIMATE MOVIE CROSSOVER, and I still need to get that sucker written.
Regardless to what most people say about the remake/reboot, I actually like it. It brings the franchise back to its darker roots, and I Jackie Earl Haley did a kickass job as Freddy. I actually find the makeup really creepy, and you can tell that they were doing their best to make it look like a real burned face.
October 23, 2011 at 4:56 pm
Kadokawa, the present owners of Gamera, talked to Toho back in 2003 about a Gamera vs. Godzilla movie. More than likely, at that point Toho wanted to retire Godzilla for the time being and rather than do so with a crossover they wanted to give Godzilla a grand exit, which became 2004’s Final Wars. Kadokawa, in turn, made their own Gamera movie, which was 2006’s Gamera the Brave.
If anything, let’s hope that when Toho starts making Godzilla movies again they’ll do so with Gamera vs. Godzilla, just like how King Kong vs. Godzilla was the first return of Godzilla after the original two movies. And here’s hoping that the original Gamera movies, i.e. the Showa Era, are next for Monster Madness. There are 8 days left in the month, and there are 8 Showa-Era Gamera movies, which would be perfect. Also, Shout! Factory did release the entire Showa-Era on DVD in North America recently, so more than likely James has every one of those releases.
October 23, 2011 at 5:04 pm
Typical video from James. another really short video that lasts only like 2 to 4 minutes. And again with the swearing.
Hey James, can you do a Angry Videogame Nerd video or a Monster Madness video without swearing for once? Can you do that at least once for this year? Seriously
October 23, 2011 at 5:35 pm
When Freddy does the “got your nose” bit his powers aren’t strong enough yet for the damage he inflicts in a dream to be reflected in real life, which is why she doesn’t lose her nose for real.
As for a versus movie with Michael Myers — it’s not going to happen. The producer of the Halloween films put his foot down a long time ago. It was proposed, but quickly dismissed. Nothing is to tamper with the Michael Myers mythology.
Freddy Vs. Jason was actually supposed to become Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash, but Sam Raimi told them no because there were too many conditions on what the Ash character can and can’t do (Bruce Campbell has mentioned that if he’s to play Ash, Ash always has to win) so rather than stifle their creativity he simply declined. But, Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash does exist in comic book form. There’s Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash, and a sequel, Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors. If you notice in Jason Goes To Hell the male lead finds the Necronomicon in the Voorhees house. (Jason Goes To Hell was originally meant to set up Freddy Vs. Jason, it wasn’t just some corny gimmick. However, Wes went on to work on A New Nightmare, so Jason X was made during that time to keep Jason relevant for when they could finally make Freddy Vs. Jason.)
I’m not even going to touch what you said about the remake. You probably just shouldn’t have reviewed it.
“I actually like it. It brings the franchise back to its darker roots, and I Jackie Earl Haley did a kickass job as Freddy. I actually find the makeup really creepy, and you can tell that they were doing their best to make it look like a real burned face.” I agree more with SpeedyEric here on the remake. Jackie Earl Haley is a heck of a character actor IMO. and well chosen for the role of Freddy. I also disagree with James on Nancy. I liked Rooney Mara in the role of Nancy in the remake. She had the right amount of vulnerability and strength and I really found myself rooting for her. It’s the other characters that were pretty much dispensible to me but, of course, since the late ’80s, the new trend has become to sometimes have the boyfriend of the final girl make it to the end of the movie so we were left with Nancy and her boyfriend at the end. I read somewhere that Haley signed on to do two sequels as Freddy. I was curious about the remake, but I’m really not expecting much for any sequels to any horror remakes, be it Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street or whatever.. I just hope James does Halloween or Friday for the last week of October. Halloween I believe had 6 movies and 2 Rob Zombie remakes, so that might fit.
October 23, 2011 at 5:37 pm
Oh yeah and I loved Freddy vs. Jason as well and also think they should do more slasher vs. movies. I’m really not a big fan of the older monster movies, so haven’t seen any of those like with Godzilla, Dracula or Frankenstein’s Monster.
October 23, 2011 at 6:32 pm
October 23, 2011 at 6:33 pm
This was such a dumb movie, Jason slaughters everybody at a party, and what do our main characters do, ride calmly to their home, i was like, some nut just slaughtered everybody at a party and you just go home?
Oh, and the reason why there are no more vs movies, is because this movie was made to see if there was still a market for it, and seeing this movie bombed, there was not.
And the Elmstreet remake is a disgrace, Freddy is a fricking midget with a cheese makup mask
October 23, 2011 at 8:00 pm
Bet you’ll never guess what I pulled out to watch following Pat the NES Punk’s Charity Marathon. Nightmare on Elmstreet, along with 2, 3, 4, Freddy’s Dead, and Wes Craven’s New Nightmare. Trying to find where 5 disappeared to. I watched it last year and then somewhere in the shuffle while rearranging shelves that one vanished.
October 23, 2011 at 8:21 pm
i think with the part where the chick gets her nose cut off in the dream but not in real life is because freddy’s powers are still weak, that, or for some reason she had a dream about him, but it wasnt the real freddy
well that wouldnt make sense either so i dont fucking know but
i saw freddy vs jason a long time ago and thought it was awesome. i need to watch it again soon.
the new freddy though, looks like a zombie na’vi (or whatever theyre called from that dumb avatar movie) or an alien. i dont like it. if i saw him in my dream and he was really freddy, id laugh at him. hes not scary at all in that.
No Remakes? why not? we live in the Era of Remakes!
October 23, 2011 at 8:37 pm
Wait, somebody said this was a bomb?! Errr no it was not, it was a very successful film and right after it they were already talking about doing a sequel which eventually fell through obviously.
October 23, 2011 at 8:58 pm
I wonder what the final series this year will be.
a post-DOTM Transformers movieverse fanfic
October 23, 2011 at 9:20 pm
James doesn’t know who Kelly Rolland is.
October 23, 2011 at 9:40 pm
ENOUGH WIH THE SWEARING!. James do you really have to swear all the damn time in your videos? Its getting old