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Friday the 13th Archives -

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Jack Rico


2015/01/12 at 10:24pm

2015 Will Be The Biggest Year In The History Of Movies

01.12.2015 | By |


A perfect storm of legacy franchises, reboots of classic films and sequels of popular box-office fare has hit 2015 like a monsoon. Between Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Avengers: Age of Ultron, James Bond’s Spectre, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 and Jurassic World, Hollywood should break all types of box-office records just on these 5 films alone. Take a look at the 43 movies that are must-sees this year.  Read More

Mack Chico


2009/02/16 at 12:00am

Friday the 13th makes a killing at the B.O!

02.16.2009 | By |

Friday the 13th makes a killing at the B.O!

Gory “Friday the 13th” carved its way to the top of the holiday box office, earning a record $42 million on its opening weekend.

The remake of the 1980 horror flick set an all-time high for scary movies, edging out 2004’s “The Grudge,” which raked in $39 million during its debut weekend.

The machete-madness movie features hockey-masked zombie Jason, a drowned summer camper who takes revenge on a new generation of frisky teen counselors.

Even with Valentine’s Day falling on Saturday, “Friday” easily routed the chick flick “He’s Just Not That Into You,” which fell to second place with a take of $19.6 million.

The thriller “Taken” fell to third, with $19.3 million in ticket sales.

Among other new movies, the comedy “Confessions of a Shopaholic” landed in fourth place with sales of $15.4 million, while “The International” pulled in $10 million to finish seventh.

Hollywood was cheering what looks like the best Presidents’ Day weekend ever at the box office. The total gross of all movies was about $190 million, which trumps the previous benchmark of $157 million set in 2007.

Jack Rico


2009/02/13 at 12:00am

Friday the 13th

02.13.2009 | By |

Rated: R for strong bloody violence, some graphic sexual content, language and drug material.
Release Date: 2009-02-13
Starring: Damian Shannon, Mark Swift
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Country: USA
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Friday the 13th

Cinematically, ‘Friday the 13th’ is an awful film parceled with some terrible acting, an uninspired script and unimaginative direction…but god damn was it fun! And that’s what these movies are all about – zoning out, laughing out loud with your buddies and enjoying an innocuous time at the theater.

Relating this premise to you is useless since there really isn’t one to relate. It possesses all the cliches of hundreds of slasher films: bare breasts, gruesome decapitations and laughable dialogues. Not mush else to it. The producers missed a big chance to create something special with Jason and his origins.


The first 15 minutes are perhaps the best the film has to offer since it’s very fast paced, but then it slows down and any tension that was established is doused. Nevertheless, it is fun and that’s what people who watch these type of films are looking for.

Mack Chico


2009/02/03 at 12:00am

Free tickets to see ‘Friday the 13th’!

02.3.2009 | By |

Free tickets to see 'Friday the 13th'!

It’s that time again ‘Jason’ fans! One of Hollywood’s most infamous and notorious killers is once again on the prowl looking to slash and mutilate young, naked teenagers.

Wanna check out the film… for FREE?

Win FREE movie passes to see FRIDAY THE 13TH on March 2nd after its release on Friday, February 13th in an undisclosed theater in New York City by responding the following question:


What is Jason’s last name in the film?


If you know the correct answer, write it and send it to us via our COMMENTS section below with your name and email address. We will then proceed to send you the electronic ticket to attend the screening of your choice at an undisclosed theater in New York City.

Good luck!


In this re-imagining of the classic horror film, Clay searches for his missing sister in the eerie woods of legendary Crystal Lake, where he stumbles on the creaky remains of rotting old cabins behind moss-covered trees. And that’s not the only thing lying in wait under the brush. Against the advice of police and cautions from the locals, Clay pursues what few leads he has, with the help of a young woman he meets among a group of college kids up for an all-thrills weekend. But they are about to find much more than they bargained for. Little do they know, they’ve entered the domain of one of the most terrifying specters in American film history–the infamous killer who haunts Crystal Lake, armed with a razor-sharp machete…Jason Voorhees.

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