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First Clip from ‘Kane Hodder Story’ Lavishes Praise on a Horror Icon

You’ll learn everything you ever wanted to know about Kane Hodder in the upcoming biographical documentary To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story, which recently wrapped production and is headed our way real soon.

Want a sneak peek? We’ve got the first clip for ya today, which includes tidbits from Sean S. Cunningham and Robert Englund. Watch below!

The in-depth documentary includes interviews with Kane Hodder, Bruce Campbell, Bill Moseley, Cassandra Peterson, Sid Haig and Danielle Harris, to name just a few.

To Hell and Back is a harrowing story of a stuntman overcoming a dehumanizing childhood filled with torment and bullying in Sparks, Nevada. After surviving a near-death burn accident, he worked his way up through Hollywood, leading to his ultimate rise as Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th series and making countless moviegoers forever terrified of hockey masks and summer camp. After decades of watching Kane Hodder on screen, get ready to meet the man behind the mask in To Hell and Back – a uniquely human story about one of cinema’s most vicious monsters.

Masterfully Macabre Entertainment will present both domestic and international premieres and bring the highly anticipated doc to audiences around the world.



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  • Genther

    So excited to see his life story, his Kane hodder fan!!

  • Flu-Like Symptoms

    Definitely picking this up.

  • Se_7_eN

    Personally, I don’t see why Kane gets all the praises he does… I personally think it is his name, I bet if his name was Jim Gilbert or something along those lines, no one would remember or care about him as Jason.

    • KennyThaKilla

      Watch the documentary “Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th.” They do a pretty good job of outlining why Kane gets the praise – and it’s not because of his name.

  • Buddy Repperton

    I like Kane Hodder but Derek Mears was the best Jason. He was quick and dangerous. Hodder’s Jason was like Michael in RZ Halloween, too big to be realistic. And Hodder playing little old man Ed Gein was just comical.

    • KennyThaKilla

      Derek is 6′ 5″. Kane is 6′ 4″.

      And Derek’s Jason was more like a mutant from The Hills Have Eyes. Even lived in an underground cave and kidnapped people. Wrong franchise.

  • AdamX

    I can respect all the Jason’s but Kane truly loved the part and respects it like none I’ve seen prior.

    Also there needs to be an Englund, Campbell, Haig roundtable at some point.

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