So what could be more romantic than a Friday the 13th-themed engagement photo shoot? Not much. The couple who is slayed together certainly stays together.
Friday the 13th
It’s a well-known fact that many motion picture studios are fond of milking a cash cow until it is dried up and keeled over. Perhaps more so than any other film genre, horror sequels have a tendency to deteriorate to the point of almost unwatchable direct-to-DVD nonsense. The inverse can also occasionally be true: studios leave money on the table instead of making a much demanded sequel to a franchise that still has life and potential left in it.
Maybe that title's a little misleading – you can't actually collect these cards, since most of them are fan creations. But we can dream, can't we?
Last week, a prankster decided to celebrate Friday the 13th by staging an insane stunt involving a hockey mask and a chainsaw. Watch the clip!
New Jersey’s Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco, the filming location of the original "Friday the 13th," has opened an online shop selling souvenirs from the legendary campground itself.
Doc Terror and the “Hacktivision” crew have dreamed up the ultimate retro game tribute to the entire “Friday the 13th” series, with tons of images and a new trailer!
Today is Jason Voorhees' favorite day, and to mark the occasion we've lined up ten amazing "Friday the 13th"-themed collectibles!
Legendary horror producer, writer, and director Sean Cunningham hasn’t produced anything since 2009’s Last House on the Left remake, but it doesn’t mean that he’s slowed down any. Not at all. Instead, he’s brimming with excitement as we connect over the phone on the heels of the Friday, September 13 release of Friday the 13th: The Complete Collection to discuss his thirty-three year old slasher series and his many upcoming projects.
As Friday the 13th looms large on our calendar, we salute all of the actresses who brought to life a character whom the franchise would have never existed without. Here's to you, Mrs. Voorhees, a mother only a horror fan could love!
In 1987, Minute Maid forever changed the lives of horror fans when they added a flavor called Ecto Cooler to their Hi-C line of fruit juices, a tie-in with the cartoon series The Real Ghostbusters.