The Different Film Scores Of The Friday The 13th Franchise

Every fan has their favorite score from the films in the franchise and even though Harry Manfredini's score for the first four films were basically a lot of the same cues and sounds, each of those films had their own unique type of music with their own vibe. After Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter, Harry began changing the scores and taking them into a more action orientated direction with A New Beginning and Jason Lives, but still keeping the classic sounds that made the franchise famous.

After Harry scored the first six films, Fred Mollin came into score The New Blood and Jason Takes Manhattan which brought a more industrial and modern sound from the late 1980's. There are people who absolutely love the music he brought to the franchise, this writer included. Harry Manfredini eventually returned for Jason Goes To Hell and Jason X with much more emphasis on synth sounds. Rounding out the franchise to this point was Graeme Revell adding his unique take on both Freddy Kreuger and Jason Voorhees for Freddy vs Jason and Steve Jablonski for Friday The 13th 2009.

With so many scores to choose from, which score of the twelve films in the franchise is your most favorite?

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