History WMG / FreddyVsJason

13th Jul '17 12:16:49 AM ThatSpyChick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** This could explain why Freddy attempted to rape Lori in a rather elaborate fashion. Perhaps Freddy's power allowed him to realize she was Loretta reincarnated and he decided to "catch up" with his former wife

to:

** * This could explain why Freddy attempted to rape Lori in a rather elaborate fashion. Perhaps Freddy's power allowed him to realize she was Loretta reincarnated and he decided to "catch up" with his former wifewife.
13th Jul '17 12:14:14 AM ThatSpyChick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


*** Clips from Freddy's Dead is seen in the opening prologue to FvJ, showing that those events have already happened by the time this movie's events occur.

to:

*** Clips from Freddy's Dead is are seen in the opening prologue to FvJ, showing that those events have already happened by the time this movie's events occur.
13th Jul '17 12:14:00 AM ThatSpyChick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


*** Footage from Freddy's Dead is seen in the opening prologue, showing that those events have already happened.

to:

*** Footage Clips from Freddy's Dead is seen in the opening prologue, prologue to FvJ, showing that those events have already happened.happened by the time this movie's events occur.
13th Jul '17 12:11:09 AM ThatSpyChick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being any Robert-based Freddy movies made after this. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die).

to:

* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being any Robert-based Freddy movies made after this. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die).
12th Jul '17 11:46:09 PM ThatSpyChick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being more Robert-based Freddy movies made after this. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die).

to:

* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being more any Robert-based Freddy movies made after this. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die).
12th Jul '17 11:38:23 PM ThatSpyChick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being more Robert-based Freddy movies. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die).

to:

* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being more Robert-based Freddy movies.movies made after this. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die).
12th Jul '17 11:37:53 PM ThatSpyChick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being anymore Robert-based Freddy movies. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die).

to:

* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being anymore more Robert-based Freddy movies. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die).
12th Jul '17 11:37:33 PM ThatSpyChick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being any more Robert-based Freddy movies. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die).

to:

* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being any more anymore Robert-based Freddy movies. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die).
12th Jul '17 9:52:24 PM ThatSpyChick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being any more Robert-based Freddy movies. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] ([[FateWorseThanDeath or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die]]).

to:

* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being any more Robert-based Freddy movies. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially [[FateWorseThanDeath lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps? sleeps]]? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] ([[FateWorseThanDeath or (or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die]]).
die).
12th Jul '17 9:51:04 PM ThatSpyChick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being any more Robert-based Freddy movies. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the dream demon than to essentially lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] ([[FateWorseThanDeath or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die]]).

to:

* This is also a good meta ''and'' in-universe excuse for there not being any more Robert-based Freddy movies. Plus, this inadvertently achieves what Jason (and the teenagers who "rooted" for him) set out to do: stop Freddy permanently. What better way to stop the unkillable dream demon than to essentially lock him up in the mind of the one person who never sleeps? ''Also'', it's ironic; in trying to find a way to bring himself back, Freddy [[NiceJobBreakingItHero ended up causing his own "demise"]] ([[FateWorseThanDeath or the closest he'll get to it, since he can't really die]]).
This list shows the last 10 events of 52. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=WMG.FreddyVsJason