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 on: Today at 03:14:02 PM 
Started by Jason Myers - Last post by Jason Myers
Blair Witch is another I remembered. I find them all pretty meh and forgettable, but from my memory the third one from last year is probably the best, which doesn't say much.

 on: December 14, 2017, 05:04:53 PM 
Started by jason x - Last post by jasn88cubs
when i wa syounger part 4


part 2

 on: December 14, 2017, 05:02:19 PM 
Started by fogandmist - Last post by jasn88cubs
tie up the loose ends

 on: December 14, 2017, 01:46:24 PM 
Started by fogandmist - Last post by Violetlvr
That's pretty good, im excited for the new xmen films, besides I'm a marvel fan, but i like DC more.

 on: December 14, 2017, 08:30:05 AM 
Started by fogandmist - Last post by fogandmist
Disney confirmed the purchase of 20th Century Fox. Meaning the X-men & Fantastic 4 are back with Marvel.
This should have no effect on Deadpool 2, Dark Phoenix or New Mutants which have already filmed, what happens to the X-men in relation to the Mcu after that remains to be seen.

 on: December 13, 2017, 01:29:08 PM 
Started by fogandmist - Last post by Necu25

 They cover this base to a degree with the campfire tale thing but I get your point. This problem is an issue with III. They show us a token cop presence at the beginning to let the audience(and the characters) know something happened but there should be more cops obviously and the town gossip would've been in overdrive. They would've probably heard about the previous killings at the store.
Thanks for the welcome. The campfire tale had little meaning other than a ghost story. Paul cited Jason as a legend, anyhow that was before Jason started his general killing so it's understandable. However, by the events of part 4, there have two big massacres, two missing persons from the hospital and killer's body is gone. Yet we  group of teens, the Jarvis family and the twins and no mention of the past events, seems very unrealistic. We have to wait until Rob opens up and then it comes off feeling like it happened years ago.   
I'm not big into fan fiction/fantasies but years ago on that old F13 forum where people were tossing around ideas/concepts for a potential remake, there was a pretty good one that was right up your almost came across as the film First Blood but with Jason being the character tracked down, not Stallone.
I don't think of that as a fan fiction just a normal progression of how events would actually go. I remember there was a double murder in my county where the killer fled. The news showed police using dogs and helicopters to find the suspect. I think it took a couple of days until the capture but everyone was talking about the ordeal and taking precautions.   
Ginny begs to be this person. By the time 6 rolled around with its change in tone, I don't think it would've worked but obviously if they had considered bringing someone back, it would've altered the story completely. Maybe Zombie Jason wouldn't have happened.
Ginny would've been great. Even Able would have made the movie feel more connected to the originals.   

 on: December 13, 2017, 01:28:19 AM 
Started by Jason Myers - Last post by Jason Myers
I like Bloodline as well, definitely underrated. Even with some of the problems from the studio interference.

 on: December 13, 2017, 01:12:50 AM 
Started by Jason Myers - Last post by fogandmist
2 is best/fav for me of the Hellraiser series but 3 & Bloodline are both underrated.

 on: December 12, 2017, 09:59:26 PM 
Started by fogandmist - Last post by Jameslofton
Thanks. I used to post on a different F13 forum until it closed down, the one that looked like this:

I remember that site. I used to post there around 8-9 years ago. That's the site the writers of the remake should've read when coming up with the remake. Tons of directions they could've went with it. Instead they gave us that steaming pile.

I listened to Rob Hedden's director's commentary on the video release,
I really need to start listening to these. A lot of the issues I bring up about these films are probably covered in the commentaries.

I give him more credit for trying than I would for a director who was just phoning it in or otherwise not taking his job seriously.
Yeah I can understand him wanting to take it in a slightly different direction at that point but he underestimated the fan base not really buying into it and he also had no idea that the slasher genre was coming in for a crash landing and his own film would help send it in that direction.

 on: December 12, 2017, 05:53:14 PM 
Started by Jason Myers - Last post by Jason Myers
It was my first of the series I saw, so I definitely have lot of nostalgia for it.

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