Friday the 13th

Horror Block – October Edition

Another Horror Block and this one is a fantastic box of surprises! Check out the video below:

Summer Fear IV: NOT The Final Chapter

Well another Summer Fear is over and the results are in, it was fantastic! Things started off shaky, with original guest Don Shanks (Michael Myers from Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers) having to back out last minute, but the folks at Summer Fear pulled through and secured Steve ‘The Real Jason’ Dash, from Friday the 13th Part II fame. With a select bunch of vendors and return...

Friday the 13th: Jason’s Curse (Book #2) Book Review

Release: 1994, Pages: 186 The curse of Crystal Lake and Jason Voorhees continues with Jason’s Curse, book #2 in the Camp Crystal Lake series, written by Eric Morse. How does Jason’s Curse stack up to the first book, Mother’s Day? Read on to find out… Short nitty-gritty plot description from the back cover is as follows: Everyone thought Kelly Boone was crazy. She wanted to ...

Chop 13: Weirdest Friday the 13th Merchandise

Happy Friday the 13th! I really wanted to post something Friday the 13th related, but something that hasn’t been done to death, like a movie review. So, instead I decided to look in to some weird merchandise, for the series we all love to hate and boy, there is some real interesting stuff out in the wild. Without further ado, let’s get this Chop 10, oops, I mean 13 on the go… #13...

Slaughter High Movie Review

Release: 1986, Rating: R, Run time: 90 min. You in the mood for a good time? You want a slasher film that doesn’t take itself seriously? How about one that is completely hilarious in an unintentional way, with extremely bad acting and an ending that comes out of far, far left field? If you said yes to any of those questions, boy do I have just the thing for you… Short nitty-gritty plot...

Bloodbath Radio Interview with Derek Young and Eric Morse

Saturday night (July 27th, 2013), I did a quick 45 minute interview with William Pattison, also known as Eric Morse, the writer of the Friday the 13th Camp Crystal Lake series and Derek Young, actor/director and it was quite the blast. They actually were interviewing me! So, that was an unique experience and the time just flew by. I hope to do it again, as 45 minutes was just not enough time to ch...

The Camp Crystal Lake Novels Need Recognition!

I loved the young adult Camp Crystal Lake novels (check out my Mother’s Day review) and I found out recently that the author, William Pattison, aka Eric Morse, was not included in the upcoming Crystal Lake Memories Documentary Blu-ray/DVD. This is just complete bullshit and should not of happened. If you head on over to The Official Camp Crystal Lake Recognition Campaign, you can help get th...

Freddy vs. Jason Movie Review

Release: 2003, Rating: R, Runtime: 97 min. After reaching a milestone in my life (i.e. turning 30), I thought it fit to sit down and watch a dumb movie, one that I wouldn’t have to think a lot about, as I am getting much older now and my aging brain can’t take it. So, after seeing a quick snapshot of a badly damaged Jason Voorhees on Facebook, specifically from Freddy vs. Jason, I knew...

Friday the 13th is Back at Paramount!

Thanks to Hollywood Reporter releasing this news, it’s look like Paramount has bought back the rights for the Friday the 13th franchise! So, here’s hoping for more Jason Voorhees mayhem in the future and a possible Blu-Ray boxset release this fall! Read on for the report… When Paramount and Warner Bros. teamed up on Christopher Nolan’s latest movie project, Interstellar, in Janua...

Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives Book Review

Release: 1986, Pages: 191 Here I am again, reviewing yet another novelization and to top it off, it’s another Friday the 13th novel! What can I say, I’m predictable, but I swear, next book is actually going to be longer than 200 pages. In fact, thanks to the wonderfully amazing TV show, Hannibal, a show you should be watching (look forward to an article about it very, very soon), I wil...

The Many Looks of Jason Voorhees

The character of Jason Voorhees has gone through so many looks throughout the years, it’s often hard to keep track of what look was what movie. Continuity didn’t seem to be a big concern back in the 80s and thankfully, cause of that, we have several awesome different looks of our favourite slasher and we also get to buy several different collectibles, due to all these different looks. ...

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