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The Slashed Script: Jason Goes To Court

The Slashed Script: Jason Goes To Court

One of the most bizarre attempts to conceive Freddy vs Jason, Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore’s screenplay – with a flipped title – Jason Vs Freddy positioned its plot around Jason being captured, arrested and standing trial for his crimes. Well, not as so much our Jason, but the “real” Jason: the Friday the [...]

No Jason In Mortal Kombat? Blargh!

No Jason In Mortal Kombat? Blargh!

I just got the new Mortal Kombat today after an agonizing wait of several weeks because my Ebay purchase had a 50% chance of being identified and seized by Customs – y’see, the game was banned here in Australia for reasons to convoluted and silly to explain. Coincidentally the law was rectified today but I [...]

Sunday Comic Digest: Freddy Taps Jason's Mum

Sunday Comic Digest: Freddy Taps Jason’s Mum

Excepted from Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash #1, 2008. Story by Jeff Katz, Written by Jason Kuhoric, Penciled and Inked by Jason Craig, Colored by Thomas Mason, Lettered by Jared K. Fletcher, Published by Wildstorm Comics. The reason I really struggled to get through Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash is the same reason it wouldn’t [...]

The Forgotten Origin Of Jason Voorhees

The Forgotten Origin Of Jason Voorhees

One of the undervalued elements of Friday The 13th (1980) is its allusions to larger stories. I believe the reason Sean Cunningham and other members of the part one brigade like Tom Savini were so flabbergasted that Jason’s franchise centricity spawned out of that little film is because Victor Miller’s script was deceptively simple. Just [...]

CONTEST: Win A Freddy Krueger Costume (Closed)

CONTEST: Win A Freddy Krueger Costume (Closed)

Friday the 13th: The Website is teaming up with Halloween Costumes to offer a complete Nightmare on Elm Street Freddy costume to one lucky fan! Give us your opinion on who won Freddy Vs Jason (2003) and you could win: Deluxe Freddy Krueger Sweater Freddy Krueger Vinyl Mask Freddy Krueger Fedora Hat Freddy Krueger Glove The [...]

CRYSTAL LAKE’S BLOODY LEGACY pt.13 – Freddy vs. Jason (2003)

CRYSTAL LAKE’S BLOODY LEGACY pt.13 – Freddy vs. Jason (2003)

Director: Ronny Yu Writers: Damian Shannon, Mark Swift Starring: Robert Englund, Ken Kirzinger, Monica Keena, Jason Ritter, Kelly Rowland, Christopher George Marquette Music: Graeme Revell Special Makeup Effects: Bill Terezakis

Jason's 13 Greatest Hits!

Jason’s 13 Greatest Hits!

If the Friday the 13th franchise is to be remembered for anything, other than the iconic hockey mask, then it will be the elaborate and graphic special effects, which were created by various different artists and workshops, from the legendary Tom Savini and Stan Winston to the likes of Martin Becker and Greg Nicotero. Twelve [...]

Friday Heroine Becomes One Of Manson's Girls

Friday Heroine Becomes One Of Manson’s Girls

Shock Till You Drop is reporting that Monica Keena (Freddy vs Jason) will be starring in Manson’s Girls. The drama, which chronicles the strange and unusual world of the Manson Family, will begin shooting in March. Monica has been showing up alot of late with her recent appearance in the Night of The Demons remake and hitting the [...]

Meet Jason Voorhees Actor Douglas Tait In Germany!

Meet Jason Voorhees Actor Douglas Tait In Germany!

We really do not want our visitors from outside of the U.S. to feel like they do not have the opportunity to meet the stars of the Friday the 13th series. We have been on a mission to find conventions in Europe and abroad that fans can go to to interact with the actors that help [...]

Interview: Douglas Tait (Jason Voorhees, 'Freddy vs Jason')

Interview: Douglas Tait (Jason Voorhees, ‘Freddy vs Jason’)

Douglas Tait is well known in Hollywood for portraying a great number of monsters and has recently added his talents to the Will Ferrell starrer Land of The Lost as well as the Star Trek reboot. Until now, Douglas was a virtual unkown to Friday the 13th fans as not much had been written about [...]