Friday The 13th Part X: To Hell and Back ReduX

David Stewart emailed us about his long-lost fan film, which is embedded here to watch in full. He explains: “If only your site were around back in 1995 when we created our feature length fan film. I’m not sure, but we might be the first feature length fan film ever made.  We didn’t get much exposure back in ‘95 when we had only VHS copies of our movie.  Ken Kish at Cinema Wasteland in Ohio was one of the only people who had copies that were available for rent back in the day.  2010 being our 15th anniversary I decided to transfer all our old footage and re-edit the film for our first ever internet premiere.  Until now our movie was pretty much lost unless you were one of the few who had one of our original VHS copies.”

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8 Responses to “ Friday The 13th Part X: To Hell and Back ReduX ”

  1. It’s funny how fan-made films make you realise how good the acting was in the proper movies.

  2. I wonder how this would look if you use windows media and cut a few scenes and then age it using one of those aging effects. Might be cool…

  3. Not too bad at all

  4. If he took off his glases while he was eating at the beggining!!!
    And the tash..HA…so not real!!
    But the bloke who playd Jason, 8.5/10!!! The most realistic non proper actor ive seen!!:):)

  5. Better than Jason X…just sayin.

  6. One of the better fanfilms I’ve seen in years.

  7. I liked it. It stayed true to the series incorporating many elements from all the films. good work guys

  8. Did you guys actually film the beginning scenes at the camp of part 1? I recognized the cabins and the distinctively slanted mountain in the background. I also liked how you film in the town from part 1.

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