View Poll Results: whos best?

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  • Freddy

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  • Jason

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    Actually that's Michael Myers. I don't remember him ever being referred to as "Mike", that just isn't remotely creepy. He would clearly pwn the shit out of Fred and Jay though. Well, actually he wouldn't, but his films are probably the best in the genre.
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    I've seen all of the friday the 13th movies, and 4 or 5 of the 7 Nightmare on Elm Street movies. I liked the Friday the 13th movies better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paint_It_Black
    Actually that's Michael Myers. I don't remember him ever being referred to as "Mike", that just isn't remotely creepy. He would clearly pwn the shit out of Fred and Jay though. Well, actually he wouldn't, but his films are probably the best in the genre.
    i don't remember Freddy and Jason being reffered to as 'Fred' and 'Jay'. yeah the Halloween films are better.

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    That's because they weren't. I was mocking you in a lighthearted, good-natured way.
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