Fan Films: Friday the 31st Michael vs Jason

mvjThis fan film was shot in 2005 by Chris Notarile of Blinky Productions and it ranks up very high in the classics of fan films that have been produced in regards to Jason and Friday the 13th. For those of you that have not seen this movie yet, it is a lot of fun to watch. For all of the rest, view once again a true marvel of fan filmdom.

Stalked by his deadly uncle (Michael Myers) across America, John Tate enroute to New York gets lost in New Jersey and ends up stopping in Crystal Lake to ask for directions. He runs into Tommy Jarvis who is on the run from Jason Voorhees. They both hide out in Tommy’s cabin, only to be found by both maniacs at the same time. See Michael vs Jason in a brutal, bloody battle to the bitter end in: FRIDAY THE 31ST.

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4 Responses to “ Fan Films: Friday the 31st Michael vs Jason ”

  1. Out of the many MANY things I could say i just keep thinking that I couldn’t have done any better so with that being said i will only bring up the fact that early in the film it mentions that its a 6 hr drive from IL to NY. Which is wrong since it takes me(from cleveland) 8 hours to get to Jersey and 7 hours to get to Chicago so it definately takes longer than 6 hours. Decent film.

  2. I agree, when yo watch these movies it is easy to pick things out that are wrong and critique them. However, I am glad that you took a step back and realized the work that goes into these films. Yea, I know it does not take only 6 hours to drive that length! ;)

    Still a great effort that Chris put forth.

  3. Gotta agree with Cypher: I\’m from Detroit originally. It\’s at least a 4 hour drive from Chicago to Detroit. And a drive from Detroit to NYC is approximately 10 hours. No way is a drive from anywhere in IL to anywhere in NJ less than 12-13 hours.

  4. Ah yes, I’ve seen this one before. VERY WELL DONE! I liked it alot! Now if we could just get Hollywood to give us a theatrical official version! I won’t hold my breath though.

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