History Franchise / FridayThe13th

16th Feb '17 6:28:13 PM machop
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* '''''[[Film/FridayThe13th2009 Friday the 13th]]'' (2009)''' -- This film marks the starting point for the ContinuityReboot of the series; if you've read this far, you already know the plot. (Does his kill count get a reboot, too?) The filmmakers intended to give Jason more personality and emphasize a "menacing survivalist" nature, as Jason had numerous traps and secret passages set up around Crystal Lake. A sequel was in DevelopmentHell, but as Warner gave the rights back to Paramount, it seems to be on its way...but that was cancelled in February 2017 due to the failure of Paramount's latest horror film release, [[Rings]].

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* '''''[[Film/FridayThe13th2009 Friday the 13th]]'' (2009)''' -- This film marks the starting point for the ContinuityReboot of the series; if you've read this far, you already know the plot. (Does his kill count get a reboot, too?) The filmmakers intended to give Jason more personality and emphasize a "menacing survivalist" nature, as Jason had numerous traps and secret passages set up around Crystal Lake. A sequel was in DevelopmentHell, but as Warner gave the rights back to Paramount, it seems to be on its way...but that was cancelled in February 2017 due to the failure of Paramount's latest horror film release, [[Rings]].
''[[TheRing Rings]]''.
16th Feb '17 6:25:03 PM machop
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* '''''[[Film/FridayThe13th2009 Friday the 13th]]'' (2009)''' -- This film marks the starting point for the ContinuityReboot of the series; if you've read this far, you already know the plot. (Does his kill count get a reboot, too?) The filmmakers intended to give Jason more personality and emphasize a "menacing survivalist" nature, as Jason had numerous traps and secret passages set up around Crystal Lake. A sequel was in DevelopmentHell, but as Warner gave the rights back to Paramount, it seems to be on its way...but that was cancelled in February 2017 due to the failure of Paramount's latest horror film release, [[Film/Rings]].

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* '''''[[Film/FridayThe13th2009 Friday the 13th]]'' (2009)''' -- This film marks the starting point for the ContinuityReboot of the series; if you've read this far, you already know the plot. (Does his kill count get a reboot, too?) The filmmakers intended to give Jason more personality and emphasize a "menacing survivalist" nature, as Jason had numerous traps and secret passages set up around Crystal Lake. A sequel was in DevelopmentHell, but as Warner gave the rights back to Paramount, it seems to be on its way...but that was cancelled in February 2017 due to the failure of Paramount's latest horror film release, [[Film/Rings]].
[[Rings]].
16th Feb '17 6:24:11 PM machop
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* '''''[[Film/FridayThe13th2009 Friday the 13th]]'' (2009)''' -- This film marks the starting point for the ContinuityReboot of the series; if you've read this far, you already know the plot. (Does his kill count get a reboot, too?) The filmmakers intended to give Jason more personality and emphasize a "menacing survivalist" nature, as Jason had numerous traps and secret passages set up around Crystal Lake. A sequel was in DevelopmentHell, but as Warner gave the rights back to Paramount, it seems to be on its way...but that was cancelled in February 2017 due to the failure of Paramount's latest horror film release, ''Film/Rings''.

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* '''''[[Film/FridayThe13th2009 Friday the 13th]]'' (2009)''' -- This film marks the starting point for the ContinuityReboot of the series; if you've read this far, you already know the plot. (Does his kill count get a reboot, too?) The filmmakers intended to give Jason more personality and emphasize a "menacing survivalist" nature, as Jason had numerous traps and secret passages set up around Crystal Lake. A sequel was in DevelopmentHell, but as Warner gave the rights back to Paramount, it seems to be on its way...but that was cancelled in February 2017 due to the failure of Paramount's latest horror film release, ''Film/Rings''.
[[Film/Rings]].
16th Feb '17 6:23:00 PM machop
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''Friday the 13th'', a VillainBasedFranchise of {{Slasher Movie}}s (with twelve installments and [[StealthPun a thirteenth]] in development), revolves around a hockey-masked wearing, machete-wielding, PsychopathicManchild Zombie named Jason Voorhees. Local legends say Jason drowned at Camp Crystal Lake due to the negligence of the teenage camp counselors, and decades later, the lake and surrounding campgrounds -- considered "cursed" by locals -- become the setting for a series of mass murders staged on or around Friday the 13th (Jason's birthday).

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''Friday the 13th'', a VillainBasedFranchise of {{Slasher Movie}}s (with twelve installments and [[StealthPun a thirteenth]] in development), development, now sadly cancelled), revolves around a hockey-masked wearing, machete-wielding, PsychopathicManchild Zombie named Jason Voorhees. Local legends say Jason drowned at Camp Crystal Lake due to the negligence of the teenage camp counselors, and decades later, the lake and surrounding campgrounds -- considered "cursed" by locals -- become the setting for a series of mass murders staged on or around Friday the 13th (Jason's birthday).



* '''''[[Film/FridayThe13th2009 Friday the 13th]]'' (2009)''' -- This film marks the starting point for the ContinuityReboot of the series; if you've read this far, you already know the plot. (Does his kill count get a reboot, too?) The filmmakers intended to give Jason more personality and emphasize a "menacing survivalist" nature, as Jason had numerous traps and secret passages set up around Crystal Lake. A sequel was in DevelopmentHell, but as Warner gave the rights back to Paramount, it seems to be on its way.

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* '''''[[Film/FridayThe13th2009 Friday the 13th]]'' (2009)''' -- This film marks the starting point for the ContinuityReboot of the series; if you've read this far, you already know the plot. (Does his kill count get a reboot, too?) The filmmakers intended to give Jason more personality and emphasize a "menacing survivalist" nature, as Jason had numerous traps and secret passages set up around Crystal Lake. A sequel was in DevelopmentHell, but as Warner gave the rights back to Paramount, it seems to be on its way.
way...but that was cancelled in February 2017 due to the failure of Paramount's latest horror film release, ''Film/Rings''.
27th Dec '16 11:13:38 AM jman45
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* PickOfDoom: The second diver that Jason kills in "Hate-Kill-Repeat" goes by way of pickax through his eye.

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* PickOfDoom: PowerfulPick: The second diver that Jason kills in "Hate-Kill-Repeat" goes by way of pickax through his eye.
21st Dec '16 7:46:11 PM jman45
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* PickOfDoom: The second diver that Jason kills in "Hate-Kill-Repeat" goes by way of pickaxe through his eye.
* ImprovisedWeaponUser: Oh, where to begin... While prevalent in all of the novels, Jason really gets creative in "Carnival of Maniacs", in which he uses,at first he kills one of the three goths by shoving the kid's cellphone down his throat. But it's his attack at the music video set that plays this trope to a T. He uses a crowbar,arc light, a cymbal off a drum kit, an keyboard plug, headphone cord,a mic stand, and his own hockey mask to deadly effect.

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* PickOfDoom: The second diver that Jason kills in "Hate-Kill-Repeat" goes by way of pickaxe pickax through his eye.
* ImprovisedWeaponUser: Oh, where to begin... While prevalent in all of the novels, Jason really gets creative in "Carnival of Maniacs", in which he uses,at first he kills one of the three goths by shoving the kid's cellphone down his throat. But it's his attack at the music video set that plays this trope to a T. He uses a crowbar,arc light, a cymbal off a drum kit, an a keyboard plug, headphone cord,a cord, a mic stand, and his own hockey mask to deadly effect.



21st Dec '16 7:36:16 PM jman45
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ChainsawGood: Both "Hate-Kill-Repeat" and "The Jason Strain" feature Jason killing people with a buzzsaw and and an electric bone saw, respectively

CombatPragmatist: In the "Tales from Crystal Lake" book "Mother's Day", Jason, while in the body of a hunter, simply shoots an escaping victim with a shotgun. Also in "Hell Lake", he begins his assault on the prison by gunning down several guards with a hunting rifle.

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ChainsawGood: *ChainsawGood: Both "Hate-Kill-Repeat" and "The Jason Strain" feature Jason killing people with a buzzsaw and and an electric bone saw, respectively

CombatPragmatist:
respectively. He even uses an actual chainsaw while possessing a man in "Jason's Curse"
*CombatPragmatist:
In the "Tales from Crystal Lake" book "Mother's Day", Jason, while in the body of a hunter, simply shoots an escaping victim with a shotgun. Also in "Hell Lake", he begins his assault on the prison by gunning down several guards with a hunting rifle.



EveryCarIsAPinto: "Hate-Kill-Repeat" features a character managing to blow up a car simply by shooting its gas tank, in an attempt to stop Jason.

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EveryCarIsAPinto: *EveryCarIsAPinto: "Hate-Kill-Repeat" features a character managing to blow up a car simply by shooting its gas tank, in an attempt to stop Jason.
Jason.



HollywoodSilencer: When the Thawns kill the swingers at the beginning of "Hate-Kill-Repeat", the gun that Penelope Thawn uses is described to make a soft "phut" because of the Suppressor on the gun.

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HollywoodSilencer: *HollywoodSilencer: When the Thawns kill the swingers at the beginning of "Hate-Kill-Repeat", the gun that Penelope Thawn uses is described to make a soft "phut" because of the Suppressor on the gun.



HopeSpot: Near the end of "Carnival Of Maniacs", Jason takes off his mask and puts it on the Jason obsessed rock-star who bought him off the internet. The guy cries with joy, until he realizes that Jason only put it on him to kill him with said mask . Also crosses over to TooDumbToLive.

PickOfDoom: The second diver that Jason kills in "Hate-Kill-Repeat" goes by way of pickaxe through his eye.

ImprovisedWeaponUser: Oh, where to begin... While prevalent in all of the novels, Jason really gets creative in "Carnival of Maniacs", in which he uses,at first he kills one of the three goths by shoving the kid's cellphone down his throat. But it's his attack at the music video set that plays this trope to a T. He uses a crowbar,arc light, a cymbal off a drum kit, an keyboard plug, headphone cord,a mic stand, and his own hockey mask to deadly effect.

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HopeSpot: *HopeSpot: Near the end of "Carnival Of Maniacs", Jason takes off his mask and puts it on the Jason obsessed rock-star who bought him off the internet. The guy cries with joy, until he realizes that Jason only put it on him to kill him with said mask . Also crosses over to TooDumbToLive.

PickOfDoom:
TooDumbToLive.
*PickOfDoom:
The second diver that Jason kills in "Hate-Kill-Repeat" goes by way of pickaxe through his eye.

ImprovisedWeaponUser:
eye.
*ImprovisedWeaponUser:
Oh, where to begin... While prevalent in all of the novels, Jason really gets creative in "Carnival of Maniacs", in which he uses,at first he kills one of the three goths by shoving the kid's cellphone down his throat. But it's his attack at the music video set that plays this trope to a T. He uses a crowbar,arc light, a cymbal off a drum kit, an keyboard plug, headphone cord,a mic stand, and his own hockey mask to deadly effect.
21st Dec '16 7:15:54 PM jman45
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EveryCarIsAPinto: "Hate-Kill-Repeat" features a character managing to blow up a car simply by shooting its gas tank, in an attempt to stop Jason

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EveryCarIsAPinto: "Hate-Kill-Repeat" features a character managing to blow up a car simply by shooting its gas tank, in an attempt to stop Jason Jason.






PickOfDoom: The second diver that Jason kills in "Hate-Kill-Repeat" goes by way of pickaxe through his eye.

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PickOfDoom: The second diver that Jason kills in "Hate-Kill-Repeat" goes by way of pickaxe through his eye.eye.
21st Dec '16 7:14:21 PM jman45
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ChainsawGood: Both "Hate-Kill-Repeat" and "The Jason Strain" feature Jason killing people with a buzzsaw and and an electric bone saw, respectively
CombatPragmatist: In the "Tales from Crystal Lake" book "Mother's Day", Jason, while in the body of a hunter, simply shoots an escaping victim with a shotgun. Also in "Hell Lake", he begins his assault on the prison by gunning down several guards with a hunting rifle.


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EveryCarIsAPinto: "Hate-Kill-Repeat" features a character managing to blow up a car simply by shooting its gas tank, in an attempt to stop Jason


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HollywoodSilencer: When the Thawns kill the swingers at the beginning of "Hate-Kill-Repeat", the gun that Penelope Thawn uses is described to make a soft "phut" because of the Suppressor on the gun.
HopeSpot: Near the end of "Carnival Of Maniacs", Jason takes off his mask and puts it on the Jason obsessed rock-star who bought him off the internet. The guy cries with joy, until he realizes that Jason only put it on him to kill him with said mask . Also crosses over to TooDumbToLive.
PickOfDoom: The second diver that Jason kills in "Hate-Kill-Repeat" goes by way of pickaxe through his eye.
ImprovisedWeaponUser: Oh, where to begin... While prevalent in all of the novels, Jason really gets creative in "Carnival of Maniacs", in which he uses,at first he kills one of the three goths by shoving the kid's cellphone down his throat. But it's his attack at the music video set that plays this trope to a T. He uses a crowbar,arc light, a cymbal off a drum kit, an keyboard plug, headphone cord,a mic stand, and his own hockey mask to deadly effect.


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