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Adrienne King Takes Friday The 13th Back To The Lake Again!

We were one of the first sites to discuss Adrienne King's new line of Friday The 13th themed wines last year when they debuted. The response by fans and wine connoisseurs alike has been very positive and made the line of wines very successful for the original Final Girl of Friday The 13th 1980. the official Facebook page for the wine label has been hinting at a brand new trailer for the wines and now it has its debut.

Early this morning, Dread Central posted new details about the sequel promotional trailer for Crystal Lake Wines. The promo was actually shot at Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco where the original Friday The 13th was filmed!

From Dread Central
Written, edited and shot by Curtis Pew, Back to the Lake Part II stars Dallas Bobbitt as ‘Tommy Hardy,’ a wine enthusiast beleaguered by Jason Voorhees, and was shot at the original filming location of Friday the 13th’s ‘Camp Crystal Lake’ in Blairtown, New Jersey, with an appearance by King herself.

“I can’t give away the secrets involving how my filmmakers actually got onto the original campsite to shoot our bloody brilliant little film,” said actress and now-vintner King, who currently resides in Oregon, “and t it seemed like the perfect and only choice to introduce everyone to our Crystal Lake Wines! No other Friday the 13th sequel or vignette has ever revisited that same original location. Ours was the first!”

As for the genesis of the short films, “Back in 2006 I met Dallas and Curtis at one of my first horror conventions,” said King, who paired with Valley View Winery in Rogue Valley, Oregon in order to co-produce her varietals. “We kept in contact over the years, sharing stories of each other’s adventures and of course sharing my up and coming wine venture. Well, they called me last August to order wine for their annual Halloween party, and to share with me an idea they had for an advertising campaign. Curtis said, ‘Let me send you over a script; see what you think and we will go from there.’ It was such a terrific idea!

“The script takes place on the Saturday morning after the infamous massacre (when my character of) Alice was in her hospital bed waking up from what seemed to have been a horrible dream,” said King, “and the commercial takes you back to the lake where an unknowing and wandering camp counselor seems to have stumbled upon a nightmare of his own.”

Check out the newest promo below. Make sure to visit the official website for Adrienne's wine label and look forward to new flavors in the coming year!

Source: Dread Central

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