Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th

DVD - 2009
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A carload of teenagers head for a weekend of fun at a lakeside cabin. Meanwhile, Clay and Jenna pursue a lead in the search for his missing sister, against the advice of police and cautions from the locals. The lakeside cabin happens to be part of the boarded up Camp Crystal Lake. There, they soon encounter Jason Voorhees and all of his deadly intentions.


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Aug 13, 2015

Wow you never Know when
Jason Vorhees will show up.
I saw this at the movies. It was
worth spending my money
for that ticket!


Apr 29, 2014

I liked this remake. I thought it was well thought out and updated properly. It would make a great double feature with the "My Bloody Valentine" remake (if you are into the show "Supernatural" that is.

Oct 01, 2009

Skip It – Friday the 13th (2009) 97 min. Terrible, terrible, terrible film. What you get is a maniac chasing and killing over-sexed teens for an hour and a half. No suspense to think of and no story either. Jason seems a lot more mobile in this version and faster than dud of the 80s. The only redeeming aspect of this film is the score – a combination of the original eerie score and a charged up riff from the Terminator series. Overall – nothing new in this picture except for the revolving cast of victims. A question was asked of how many characters were killed in this edition of Friday the 13th – I responded: count the number of actors in credits and then minus Jason. Oh yes, the film comes with its own clichéd ending, which will inspire you to throw the disc against the wall but don’t do that because it’s owned by OPL. Warning: Extreme violence, nudity, and sexuality.


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