Real-life burn victim Kane Hodder, who played Jason Voorhees in four "Friday the 13th" movies, was considered for role in "Nightmare on Elm Street" before Robert Englund.
Fridays will never be the same again—save big on this Blu-ray boxed set and prepare to be horrified.
Iconic big-screen boogeyman becomes unlikely pitchman for the importance of wearing masks to protect against coronavirus in viral video.
During the coronavirus pandemic, when most of us are staying at home, we’re going to spotlight products that you can enjoy from your couch, whether solo or in small groups, and leave out the rest. With that in mind, here are our picks for June 15-21, including the best deals we could find for each.
To celebrate 40th anniversary of "Friday the 13th," take this quiz to test your knowledge of the iconic horror series.
Right before he broke out as George McFly, the actor faced off with Jason in the "derivative" horror hit.
The two Live hosts enjoyed the glow from winning a Daytime Emmy as Kelly Ripa addressed Michael Strahan’s upcoming departure ... on Friday the 13th.
One of the most dreaded days is finally here: Friday the 13th. Today’s date has been considered scary by the superstitious since the 19th century. But it wasn’t until 1980 that Friday the 13th was carved into film history forever. But do you know everything about the horror movie franchise?
Corey Feldman in 2014 Say what you want about Corey Feldman, but you can’t deny the 44-year-old actor-singer-dancer’s status as a pop-culture icon. His ‘80s movies — ranging from The Fox and the Hound to The Goonies to Stand by Me to The Lost Boys — made him a teen heartthrob, and solidified his status as a movie star before he was even licensed to drive. Since today is Friday the 13th, what better way to celebrate than by catching up with the man who, at the age of 11, originated the role of Tommy Jarvis in Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter? One of the most engaging protagonists of the famous franchise, Feldman’s Tommy Jarvis was a pre-teen obsessed with horror movies and local folklore.
Yes, Bruce Campbell was approached about making an Ash vs. Freddy vs. Jason movie, which would have pitted his famous Evil Dead hero against the slashers from Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th. As Campbell explained to in the video above, his suggestion that Ash kill Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees just didn’t go over.
By Erik Pedersen As Paramount Pictures braces for this week’s opening of Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, the studio said today that it is pushing the release dates for two franchise horror films back by half a year. The threequel Rings had been set for November 13 but now won’t be unleashed until April 1. Meanwhile, Jason Voorhees must be getting seriously impatient: The next installment of the undying Friday The 13th series won’t begin its killing spree on May 13 as planned, instead moving to January 13, 2017. It’s the third time the film has been pushed — all to a triskaidekaphobic-unfriendly Friday, of course.
There are a few reasons why Jason Vorhees, the mask-wearing baddie of the Friday the 13th series, ranks as one of the scariest horror movie characters of all time: he’s unnervingly silent, wears that terrifying mask, and essentially can’t be killed.