Friday The 13th 2009

New Line Cinema and Paramount Present
U.S. Release February 13, 2009    U.S. Gross $65,002,019
1 Hour 35 minutes

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About The Film
College kids seeking a weekend of kicks have made a horrible mistake. They've come to party at eerie Crystal Lake, the deadly domain of machete-mad killer Jason Voorhees.

Terror goes to extremes in this reimaging of the Jason legend for today's horror fan. Enter for the first time the subterranean lair that is Jason's den of torture and fear. See him discover the mask that hides his deformed face.

Experience a whole new evel of fright. And try to remain calm. The intense violence, the unique kills, the jolting scares: live them all in the all-new Friday the 13th!

A Storytelling Autopsy (Look at the storytelling mechanics of the film)
To be clear, FRIDAY THE 13th (2009) does not qualify in any sense as a remake. It is not, at this stage, a "reboot", either, until additional sequels actually get made. As it stands, FRIDAY '09 occupies the same conceptual space as those late-in-the-game re-recorded greatest hits albums that dinosaur rock bands sometimes are encouraged to release. Outside the opening moments, the most recent member of the franchise makes no attempt to retell the story of the original, choosing instead to Frankenstein together elements of the second, third, and fourth films into a patchwork quilt. READ MORE ->

Theatrical Trailer
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