It never occurred to me that New Line Cinema had released Freddy vs Jason almost exactly ten years after Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday.
On August 13, 1993, New Line said a fake farewell to the Friday the 13th franchise, setting up the eventual Freddy vs. Jason. Adam Marcus directed the ninth film in the franchise, which was penned by Dean Lorey. Speaking of…
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the film’s release, Lorey wrote an insanely lengthy blog reminiscing on the making of the film. It is loooonnnnggg, but the Friday the 13th completest is truly going to enjoy the trip back to memory lane, which is haunted by the infamous slasher and his soul jumping. Personally, I haven’t a second to dig through it right now, but have it bookmarked for a fun weekend read. Hopefully you guys find some good dirt worthy of your time lurking within…
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