The trailer for Godzilla versus Kong the audience was more than a little enthusiastic about the big budget pairing between the two monster monarchs. It also inspired the creativity of some viewers, with an editor re-cutting the trailer for Freddy versus Jason in the same style.
Unlike other efforts with a similar concept, there is no intent to match the footage of the trailers with the events shown, but the slasher crossover is still previewed in a similar manner to the kaiju punchout with the same music, with the tension going through Each antagonist is elevated to display in vague and unfocused settings before revealing them in their full glory and demonstrating how insignificant normal people are when confronted with them.
The clearest parallel arises from the two titans, be it figuratively or literally, facing each other. This is the point where Chris Classic begins “Here We Go” and traces the following fight with heavy kinetic energy as each participant is severely beaten by the other.
Interestingly, this isn’t the only time recently The two franchise mashups have drawn comparisons with each other. However, unlike Godzilla vs. Kong, in which Mechagodzilla will likely turn out to be the Titan’s main antagonist, Freddy vs. Jason didn’t have a third party that the two could team up against and formed when the enemies of the same name came in for physical blows this is the climax of the film.
Freddy versus Jason Fans of both franchises don’t fondly remember that both characters are poorly served by a script that doesn’t do either justice, while Godzilla vs. Kong is awaited with far greater gusto. This fan trailer shows that, despite the overall quality of creative work, with enough imagination and skill, anything can be designed to look far better than it actually is.