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Rich
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« Reply #435 on: March 05, 2013, 12:25:53 PM »

Friday the 13th - The Winter Hunt

December 2013. So it is Winter break and students are out of school. A group of nine friends decide to take a couple cars to rent a few cabins in Camp Crystal Lake for the weekend, beginning on Friday the 13th of course! Earlier on in the week, the news warned people of the area to minimize their travels due to a severe blizzard warning. The group of friends do not pay the news any attention. They proceed to the camp grounds. Once the group reaches the town of Crystal Lake, they stop in town to buy some groceries, condoms, beer, and other supplies for the weekend. While in town, they run into various local residents who warn them to stay away from the camp grounds, because there is a death curse. The cashier refers to the place as Camp Blood. Once again, the group ignores warnings to stay away from the place. They didn't listen to the blizzard warning. They didn't listen to the death curse warning. Will they, themselves, become warnings of the future?

Friday the 13th - The Legend of Camp Blood

June 2014. Following the events of the winter hunt. The group of nine college students from six months ago were never seen or herd of again. Mayor Cunningham of Crystal Lake decides to re-open the camp for the summer. The town of Crystal Lake made the decision that the camp re-opening for business would bring some needed revenue to the town. Local residents are against the idea fearing the legend of Jason Voorhees. Of course the local politicians say that is a bunch of nonsense. New counselors show up to prepare the camp for re-opening. Unfortunately for the new camp counselors, Jason Voorhees is much more then just a legend.
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aurllcooljay
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« Reply #436 on: March 07, 2013, 05:07:57 PM »

lets just say he lost his mask at the end of freddy vs jason.
it was all scratched up any way and yea he made tunnels.
Haha, that was funny to me. Anyway, I hope they take it back to camp with the second one. I'd prefer it to be slightly campy like the old ones, but it will never happen. Horror remakes take themselves too seriously now.
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« Reply #437 on: March 08, 2013, 01:05:53 AM »

Haha, that was funny to me. Anyway, I hope they take it back to camp with the second one. I'd prefer it to be slightly campy like the old ones, but it will never happen. Horror remakes take themselves too seriously now.
Yes! 80's horror films are the best!
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« Reply #438 on: March 08, 2013, 12:54:43 PM »

Friday the 13th - The Winter Hunt

December 2013. So it is Winter break and students are out of school. A group of nine friends decide to take a couple cars to rent a few cabins in Camp Crystal Lake for the weekend, beginning on Friday the 13th of course! Earlier on in the week, the news warned people of the area to minimize their travels due to a severe blizzard warning. The group of friends do not pay the news any attention. They proceed to the camp grounds. Once the group reaches the town of Crystal Lake, they stop in town to buy some groceries, condoms, beer, and other supplies for the weekend. While in town, they run into various local residents who warn them to stay away from the camp grounds, because there is a death curse. The cashier refers to the place as Camp Blood. Once again, the group ignores warnings to stay away from the place. They didn't listen to the blizzard warning. They didn't listen to the death curse warning. Will they, themselves, become warnings of the future?

Friday the 13th - The Legend of Camp Blood

June 2014. Following the events of the winter hunt. The group of nine college students from six months ago were never seen or herd of again. Mayor Cunningham of Crystal Lake decides to re-open the camp for the summer. The town of Crystal Lake made the decision that the camp re-opening for business would bring some needed revenue to the town. Local residents are against the idea fearing the legend of Jason Voorhees. Of course the local politicians say that is a bunch of nonsense. New counselors show up to prepare the camp for re-opening. Unfortunately for the new camp counselors, Jason Voorhees is much more then just a legend.
Like i've said before , you get my vote !
Great ideas , Rich .
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aurllcooljay
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« Reply #439 on: March 08, 2013, 11:00:17 PM »

A winter themed F13 sounds like a good twist. One thing to note is that there were several ideas for the next movie (copied from IMDB).

In the lapse between 2003, when Freddy vs. Jason was released and summer 2007, there were several working ideas that were being thought of being used for the next Friday the 13th film. These include;

The Homecoming - While past survivor Chris Higgins attempts to forget her dreadful memories by returning to Crystal Lake with her teenage children and doctor, Jason suddenly returns as well with a vengeance to slice through the high school's homecoming dance (being held at Camp Crystal Lake), as a man claiming to be his father holds the secrets to where he has been and how he was created. Request to read the script here. This story was going to be a sort of reboot, as it told the events of the 1980 original all the way through The Final Chapter, ignoring everything else in the series. This was rumored to be the 2009 film's plot from 2006 until early 2008. Some things did make it into the final script of the 2009 film (most notably Jason being human and running again).

Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash - Set to be the sequel to Freddy vs. Jason in which the two iconic killers from the first film would be pitted against Ash from the "The Evil Dead" series. As Freddy plans to use the Book of the Dead to carry out his deadliest scheme yet and possibly reenter the 'real world' as a demonic force, Ash must battle him, while also saving kids in a cabin from the deadly wrath of Jason. The script was quickly dropped when Sam Raimi, creator and rights holder of Ash and The Evil Dead series, refused to participate with the idea and when Robert Englund announced he would no longer be playing Freddy Krueger. The script was adapted into a comic book series, which is now available in graphic novel form. A sequel is set for release in June 2009, titled: Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash 2: Nightmare Warriors

Jason vs. Leatherface - machete slicing Jason battles the chainsaw-wielding Leatherface" as well as his family when the skin-mask wearing freak sets his bloodthirsty sights on a group of teens that the hockey masked maniac has been chasing down all the way from Crystal Lake. But soon, the teens discover themselves in the middle of a battle of an icon vs. an icon - of chainsaw versus machete! Platinum Dunes, the production company behind both the "Chainsaw" remake and the "Friday" reboot was originally going to use this as a vehicle for bringing Jason back and continuing on Leatherface's story.

Bloodbath - A prison bus passing through the abandoned town of Crystal Lake gets into a car accident with two college girls hoping to document footage on the famous Crysta Lake killer (Jason). With no means of transportation for escape, the girls find themselves being hunted by not only the prisoners, but by the famed hockey-masked killer himself! They must rely on a young, handsome prisoner attempting to redeem himself to survive. This script was rejected by Platinum Dunes as a "Friday" script but later sold, where the character of Jason was replaced with a new original killer and the setting was replaced as well. That script is currently in preproduction stages.

The Beginning - Tagging off the success of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" as well as some of the "Halloween" remake, this was going to show the events of Jason's life from his childhood until the very beginning of "Friday the 13th Part 2". The idea was also going to explain Jason's supernatural tendencies. This story line was dropped due to the poor fan reaction from other prequels that 'attempted to explain too much.' While the 2009 film is not a prequel, it shares some similarities with "The Beginning" in making Jason a human and not a monster.

Jason X2 - An obvious sequel to Jason X, this was going to have Jason still in the year 2525 on Earth 2. The story would pick up directly after its predecessor, and Jason would have landed in the area that used to be Crystal Lake. Not much else is known about this script, except that it would have 'Uber-Jason' killing teens of the future. This script was nearly greenlit before the released of Jason X, but due to the poor box office returns, the idea was scrapped and the huge success of "Freddy vs. Jason" all thoughts of this script were put aside.

Jason Takes Los Angeles - While being transported along a helicopter ride to a research facility in Los Angeles, a frozen Jason is resurrected by an electrical current and after slaughtering most of the helicopter crew the helicopter crashes before he can kill the one final young research intern, Ted. As Ted makes his way out of the mountains of the desert and into the city, he is followed by Jason, who leaves a trail of bloodshed and murders behind Ted. With the crooked police on his tail, a gang war heating up in his path, and a ring of adult filmmakers wanting him dead, Ted turns to a naive social worker to help save him from it all! This was originally going to be the ninth film in the series, hoping to pick up on the trend of Jason traveling to large cities, but when Paramount sold the rights to New Line the script was put in the vault and Freddy vs. Jason was made. However, the script resurfaced nearly 18 years after it was originally conceived.

The Revenge of Tommy Jarvis - After his sister is brutally murdered by a machete wielding maniac, Tommy goes on a hunt for Jason. As his wife Megan falls into great danger when he attempts to find the man who scarred his childhood, Tommy must face his fears, wise up, and think of a way to protect those he loves while burying evil conclusively - as well as his deepest rooted fears! Tommy Jarvis was originally going to appear in the 2009 film but filmmakers thought that his character should be saved for the sequels (if there are any).

Return to Crystal Lake - Jason has not been in Crystal Lake in years. His name is a legend of sorts, and the town has grown comfortable with its surroundings. But suddenly he reappears, ready to wreak havoc. After trapping a biker gang passing through, the hockey masked maniac quickly gets up to his old habits and does what he is known for in Crystal Lake - killing! The Biker gang from Part III" were going to play a large role, as one of the Bikers in this script was the younger brother of Ali.

Part XII - The idea was to have a sequel that would also not acknowledge the events of any film from Part VII through Freddy vs. Jason (excluding Jason Goes to Hell and Jason X). The idea was to put Jason back in Crystal Lake, have him chase teens, and give the series that nostalgic 80's feeling of the original seven movies. Many aspects of this script made it into the final version of the 2009 Friday the 13th but unlike the 2009 film, this was to act as a sequel and not a reboot of the entire series. The entire first segment of the 2009 film will be very similar to this script in its entirety. This was the original script for the 'reboot.'
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Rich
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« Reply #440 on: March 08, 2013, 11:45:45 PM »

Anything on IMDB is fan created not released by a studio.  Cool

Thank you, hesvor.
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« Reply #441 on: March 09, 2013, 12:36:15 PM »

You're welcome Rich .

I also liked some of the ideas from the multiple script options below .

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« Reply #442 on: March 09, 2013, 10:16:19 PM »

Anything on IMDB is fan created not released by a studio.  Cool

Thank you, hesvor.
I believe Freddy vs Jason vs Ash was something they were going to do if Sam Raim had let them use the Ash character. But as you said, the rest might have just been fan ideas.
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« Reply #443 on: March 12, 2013, 01:03:22 PM »

That is actually true. Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash was being considered by New Line. Sam did not like the idea so he did not let them use the character, but he did settle for allowing them to do it for a comic book. I myself was never crazy over that idea either.
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« Reply #444 on: March 20, 2013, 01:47:48 PM »

I'd love to watch all those ideas and also think they would make amazing novels.
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« Reply #445 on: March 21, 2013, 01:01:30 AM »

I'd love to watch all those ideas and also think they would make amazing novels.
Agreed !
I also think that a few of those ideas combined would make one hell of a sequel to the 2009 movie .

We'll see . Hopefully soon ...
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« Reply #446 on: April 19, 2013, 02:23:27 PM »

Reading some of the previous posts... interesting.

I, like a lot of you have thought of possible sequels for the Friday series, so here goes:

The 13th Friday:The Legend of Jason
This is basically a prequel and sequel combined and features some of the suggestions mentioned above.

It starts in the 1950's and retells the beginning of the story. It features both Jason's mother and father and basically shows what happened prior to the fateful event of 1958.

Elias and Pamela are a young couple, they have an argument and Elias walks out. He presumably joins the army, (this is late 1940's so the second world war was still in everyones memory, as was the fear of reprisals from the opposing nations) overseas in Asia. Unbeknown to him Pamela is pregnant and later gives birth to a mentally and physically handicapped child Jason. If these weren't bad enough Elias and Pamela were not married and the stigma of having a child out of wedlock, meant Pamela a totally devoted mother, was forced out of her home and eventually came to the small town of Crystal Lake. Here she was given a small cabin in return for working as a cook and cleaner at a former Army Base Camp ClearWater, now holiday Camp Site called Camp Crystal Lake. Her only proviso was that as Jason was "different" he was kept away from the other kids. 10 years later Jason, who just has a simple wish, to be like the others (his mother teaches him at home) constantly sees the other kids, playing, laughing etc, so its his birthday and its going to be special. He's going swimming. Despite his mother telling him not to, Jason ventures into the Lake ........


The events from Friday the 13th take place.

20 Years later
The townsfolk of Crystal Lake have changed the name to ClearWater. Their luck is changing. A major developer wants to build a new resort on the former Camp Blood site, construction begins in January so in time to open for Spring Break.

Thats when things start to go wrong.
The ctownsfolk have neglected to mention anything ontowards about the site and quick to dispel any rumours, tales etc, but Jason has other ideas.

A mysterious figure appears, he comes looking for someone only to find that she is not only dead, but that she went on a bloody rampage after the drowning of his unbeknown to him son Jason. Elias is back.

Elias believes that Jason can be stopped and has a plan ........


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« Reply #447 on: April 20, 2013, 05:40:29 AM »

I have a slight adjustment to the previous storyline:

It basically follows the plot, however, here Elias and Pamela get married; they both get work at the camp site. On Jason's 9th or 10th birthday (depending on which version you've read, regarding years) both parents decide to hold a birthday party for their son. Here some local teenagers gate crash the party, where one of them  is accidentally killed in a fight with Elias. Elias is arrested, charged and sentenced to life in prison. A year later, the other teenagers, decide to give Jason a birthday he'll never forget which results in Jason's supposed drowning........

Thirty years later (ten after part one) Elias is released. He goes back to crystal lake, only to discover both wife and son are dead. He learns that it was the same teenagers who where involved in his being imprisoned, so looks for revenge.

One of the teenagers, who now are all grown up and hold important positions in the town; the sheriff, mayor, town elders etc is found brutally murdered, suspicion falls on Elias, but we know that its actually Jason who has done the killing.

So there is two story lines:
One which follows the previous story, camp site development, Jason dealing with guests etc and the other a fathers revenge which ultimately lead towards a showdown between Elias and Jason, father and son.

Also I think here it becomes more personal, a fathers revenge but also his love for his son.
This (as far as I am aware) is different to other story's, as Elias seems to be an outcast. here it re-addresses the balance and we learn more about the human side of both Elias AND Jason.
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« Reply #448 on: April 20, 2013, 06:41:41 AM »

And...no mrs Voorhees at all???
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« Reply #449 on: April 20, 2013, 06:42:57 AM »

Oh...i missed this was a tread about pt2 2012.
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