Friday the 13th Collection

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Friday the 13th Collection

Friday the 13th Collection

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A cemetery fills much of the bottom left and lightning can be see striking his recently opened grave. Also like the previous film, the color palette has been slightly adjusted in regards to reds and greens, including those found on foliage and clothing. Jason is a tad too quiet, but after a quick volume adjustment, it offers a highly immersive experience with clear dialogue exchanges and excellent score and music reproduction. You also get a recounting of how the series emerged from the American grindhouse circuit of marginal cinema, and unexpectedly broke into the mainstream (playing multiplexes, etc.

Likewise, the low-end is noticeably a bit more robust and weighty, supplying the aforementioned music with a good sense of presence. Yes, a couple of the later films are not included, but it's nice to finally have some of the material you could only get on Scream Factory's Region A set. In 1985, Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (directed by Danny Steinmann of Savage Streets) made its way into theaters. After the Crystal Lake Massacres, Jason is pronounced dead but the diabolical killing spree continues at the camp where the gruesome slaughter began.You definitely come to understand how mercenary Georgetown Productions (for the early films) and Paramount were in putting these films together and selling them. It remains the most entertaining movie experience I've had to date - full of laughs, jumps and screams in equal measure.

Blood Types: Interview with Actor Harry Crosby (1080p, 21:24): Crosby played "Bill" in the original Friday the 13th. A minor amount of ghosting during a couple of moments is leftover, but it’s an overall excellent 3D experience, and one that should have been fully available a long time ago. Both films look great for their age, which is likely why Scream Factory chose not to do new transfers (though it could be that they simply weren’t granted access).Tags 1980, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1993, 2001, 2003, 2009, 3D, A New Beginning, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Adam Green, Adam Marcus, Adrienne King, Alice Cooper, Amy Steel, Andrew Bloch, Ari Lehman, Betsy Palmer, Billy Green Bush, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray Disc, box set, boxed set, boxset, Brad Fuller, Bruce Green, CJ Graham, Corey Feldman, Crispin Glover, Damian Shannon, Dana Kimmell, Daniel C Pearl, Daniel Pearl, Danielle Panabaker, Danny Steinmann, David Cronenberg, Dean Lorey, Debi Sue Voorhees, Deluxe Edition, Derek Mears, Erin Gray, Evangeline Lilly, Fangoria, Fangoria Magazine, Frank Mancuso Jr, Fred Mollin, Freddy Krueger, Freddy vs Jason, Friday the 13th, Friday the 13th Collection, Friday the 13th Part II, Friday the 13th Part III, Friday the 13th Part V A New Beginning, Friday the 13th Part VI Jason Lives, Friday the 13th Part VII The New Blood, Friday the 13th Part VIII Jason Takes Manhattan, Friday the 13th The Final Chapter, Georgetown Productions, gore, Graeme Revell, Harry Crosby, Harry Manfredini, horror, James Isaac, Jared Padalecki, Jason Goes to Hell, Jason Goes to Hell The Final Friday, Jason Lives, Jason Ritter, Jason Takes Manhattan, Jason Voorhees, Jason X, Jennifer Cooke, Jensen Daggett, Jim Isaac, Joe Lynch, John Carl Buechler, John D LeMay, Joseph Zito, Julie Michaels, Juliette Cummins, Justin Beahm, Kane Hodder, Kari Keegan, Katharine Isabelle, Kelly Hu, Kelly Rowland, Ken Kirzinger, Kevin Bacon, Lar Park Lincoln, Larry Zerner, Laurie Bartram, Leslie Jordan, Lexa Doig, Marc Shapiro, Marcus Nispel, Mark Swift, Melanie Kinnaman, Michael Felsher, Michael Gingold, Monica Keena, New Line Cinema, Noel Cunningham, Paramount Pictures, Peter Bracke, Peter M Bracke, Platinum Dunes, Reverend Entertainment, review, Richard Brooker, Richard Gant, Rob Hedden, Robbi Morgan, Robert Englund, Robert Shaye, Ron Kurz, Ronny Yu, Rusty Schwimmer, Samuelson Studios, Scott Reeves, Scream Factory, Sean Cunningham, Sean S Cunningham, Shavar Ross, Shout Factory, Shout! per disc and seemingly identical to how they were released in 2013 in Warner Brothers' eight-film metal tin.

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