Yarjka’s review published on Letterboxd:
I really liked this one when I binge watched the Friday the 13th movies last year. It has a coherent story that once again makes Jason a force to be reckoned with. He’s powerful and menacing in this, exactly as he should be—even overshadowing Freddy Krueger, a fact that makes the latter justifiably angry. Freddy Krueger just livens everything up—he’s a great character, that’s all there is to it. With regards to the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, Freddy feels too weak here, but he still gets in some good one liners and provides for an enjoyable romp.
The supporting cast got on my nerves a bit this time through, and there are a few parts that drag a bit. I can’t fault the film too much, it pulls off some excellent kills and successfully pits Jason against Freddy, which is why we’re here. The battle scenes between the two of them are killer.