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Warner Bros. Presents Friday The 13th Theatrical Marathon Celebrating Blu-Ray Release

There's a lot going on for our readers next month, and it's all packed into one tight little day known as Friday The 13th! We all know by now that the new Friday The 13th documentary will be released on September 13th, as well as the new Friday The 13th 1980 book, and of course the Warner Bros. release of the Friday The 13th 12 film Blu-Ray box set. To commemorate the release of that box set, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has partnered up with bloody-disgusting.com and Street Food Cinema to bring fans a fun filled night of trivia, contests and a mini marathon of the first four Friday The 13th films!



The event will be happening at the Aero Theater in Santa Monica, California on Friday September 13th, starting at 5:00 PM. It looks as though some alumni will be attending as well with that news to be announced soon.

FROM AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE
The FRIDAY THE 13TH films introduced a one-man killing machine named Jason Voorhees, and just like that masked slasher they've proven pretty near immortal, with 12 features spanning three decades. Join us as we celebrate the Warner Bros. Home Entertainment release of the Blu-ray boxed set “Friday the 13th: The Complete Collection.”

5:00 PM: Join us for crazed costume, trivia and scream contests for cash prizes and DVDs.
7:30 PM: Rediscover the seminal horror series (one of film history’s longest) on the big screen with its first four installments.

Mini-Marathon!

FRIDAY THE 13TH
1980, Paramount, 95 min. Dir. Sean S. Cunningham. The bloody franchise begins at Crystal Lake, where summer camp counselors are picked off by a mysterious killer. Keep your eyes peeled for Kevin Bacon in a small role.

FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 2
1981, Paramount, 87 min. Dir. Steve Miner. A survivor from the first film and a fresh crew of counselors fall victim to the lethal Jason Voorhees.

FRIDAY THE 13TH PART III
1982, Paramount, 95 min. Dir. Steve Miner. Jason is back in one of the series’ scariest installments - and he’s picked up a hockey mask.

FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE FINAL CHAPTER
1984, Paramount, 91 min. Dir. Joseph Zito. The previous film put Jason in the morgue, but he’s not quite dead, and slashes his way back to Crystal Lake. Can Corey Feldman stop him? 

Special Ticket Prices: $13 General Admission and $10 American Cinematheque Members.
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