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In addition, the first season placed fifth in the female to year-old demographic. In September , during a panel session at the Maniafest convention, Sean S.
Cunningham spoke about the possibility of bringing Friday the 13th to television, with the series focusing on a group of teenagers living in the Crystal Lake area.
He explained that the idea was to call the series Crystal Lake Chronicles , and "set [it] in a town with all this Jason history".
The series would focus more on "coming-of-age issues", in a similar style to Buffy the Vampire Slayer , Dawson's Creek , and Smallville , with Jason as more of a recurring "background" character.
The series was intended to focus on a group of characters at Crystal Lake, who have to deal with the return of Jason Voorhees, as well as discover new information about him and his family.
It was a very good pilot, but not a sustainable series". The original Friday the 13th was produced and directed by Sean S.
Cunningham, inspired by the success of John Carpenter 's Halloween , wanted Friday the 13th to be shocking, visually stunning, and "[make] you jump out of your seat".
Distancing himself from The Last House on the Left , Cunningham wanted Friday the 13th to be more of a "roller coaster ride". The concept for Friday the 13th began as nothing more than a title.
A Long Night at Camp Blood was the working title Victor Miller used while he drafted a script, but Cunningham believed in his "Friday the 13th" moniker and rushed to place an advertisement in International Variety.
Worrying that someone else owned the rights to the title and wanting to avoid potential lawsuits, Cunningham thought it would be best to find out immediately.
Cunningham commissioned a New York advertising agency to develop his visual concept of the Friday the 13th logo, which consisted of big block letters bursting through a pane of glass.
Moderately successful. But someone still threatened to sue. It is unknown whether Phil [Scuderi] paid them off, but the issue was eventually resolved.
Following the success of Friday the 13th in , Paramount Pictures began plans to make a sequel and immediately acquired the worldwide distribution rights.
Steve Miner , associate producer of the first film, believed in the idea, and he ultimately directed the first two sequels after Cunningham opted not to return to the director's chair.
The studio continued to generate sequels over the years, based on the financial success they produced compared to their relatively low budgets.
With every film repeating the same basic premise, the filmmakers came up with subtle adjustments so the audience would return. Jason would not stay buried for long, as the success of The Final Chapter ensured another Friday the 13th film.
Mancuso Sr. So until they really stopped coming, why not continue to make more? Jason Lives attempted to create a "funnier, faster, and more action-packed [ The idea proposed by screenwriter Daryl Haney stemmed from his realization that the films always ended with Jason battling the "final girl".
Haney decided that this final girl should have telekinetic powers , which led Producer Barbara Sachs to dub the film, Jason vs. Plans were made to take Jason away from Crystal Lake and place him in a larger environment for the eighth film.
New York City was selected as the main setting, with Jason spending approximately a third of the movie on a boat before reaching New York.
The film was then subtitled Jason Takes Manhattan. Ultimately, the character spent the majority of the time on the cruise ship, as budget restrictions forced scenes of New York to be trimmed or downgraded.
Vancouver had to substitute for the majority of the New York scenes. When Jason Takes Manhattan failed to perform successfully at the box office, Sean Cunningham decided that he wanted to reacquire the rights to Friday the 13th from Paramount and start working with New Line Cinema on Freddy vs.
The concept of a fight between Freddy and Jason was not new, since Paramount had approached New Line about filming a crossover years before the latter had gained the licensing rights to Friday the 13th.
At that time, both companies wanted the license to the other's character so that they could control the making of the film.
Negotiations on the project were never finalized, which led Paramount to make The New Blood. Before Cunningham could start working on Freddy vs.
This effectively put Freddy vs. Jason on hold, but allowed Cunningham the chance to bring Jason back into the spotlight with Jason Goes to Hell. Cunningham's "frustration" with the delayed development of the Freddy vs.
Jason project forced him to create another sequel in an effort to keep the franchise in the minds of audiences.
Based on Jason Takes Manhattan ' s concept of taking Jason away from Crystal Lake, the 10th film would put the titular character in space.
Lack of support forced the finished film to sit for two years before finally being released on April 26, , and it would go on to become the lowest-grossing film in the franchise at the domestic box office.
It also held the distinction of having the largest budget of any of the previous films at that time. One of the biggest hurdles for the film was developing a story that managed to bring the two horror icons together.
Potential stories varied widely, from Freddy having molested and drowned Jason as a child, to a cult of Freddy worshipers called the "Fred Heads".
New Line approached Fuller and Form to create a reboot, but because Paramount still owned certain copyrights to the first film, the reboot would not be able to use anything from the original.
Paramount, who wanted to be included in the development of a reboot, approached the producers and gave them license to use anything from the original films, including the title.
With Paramount on board, Fuller and Form decided they wanted to use pieces from the early films. Fuller said, "I think there are moments we want to address, like how does the hockey mask happen.
Jason , were brought on to pen the script for the new film,  with Marcus Nispel , director of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake of , hired in November to direct.
The Friday the 13th films generally received negative reception from professional critics, in contrast to other slashers like Halloween.
Critics disliked how the series favored high body counts over plot and character development and how each film was almost indistinguishable from the last.
Nevertheless, the films were a financial success, prompting Paramount to release more sequels contingent on the box office appeal. Qualifications included: the franchise must have at least three films released before December ; the franchises must be either a commercial or artistic success; and the franchise must have had some form of impact on popular culture.
Three senior editors , the editor-in-chief , and IGN's entertainment editorial manager judged the various film franchises. In commenting on Friday the 13th ' s seventh-place ranking, the general consensus among the reviewers was that even though the Halloween franchise started the slasher genre, Friday the 13th became one of "the most influential franchises of the s" and that its commercial success through 11 films, novelizations, comic books, and other collectables is proof of its legacy.
Kemble points out that Jason's mask, which was not adopted until the third film in the series, is one of the most widely recognizable images in popular culture.
Karnick, editor of American Culture , wrote an article for the National Review detailing the impact Friday the 13th has had on the slasher genre and noting that the reasons critics have deplored the films are the same reasons why the franchise has had such a strong influence.
Karnick explained that Friday the 13th did not try and recreate the same "clever" film that John Carpenter made in , but instead "[codified] the formula" of Halloween , and "[boiled] it down to its essentials" so that it could be copied by other filmmakers.
Instead, Friday the 13th focuses on the history and motivations of the killer, who would exact revenge not on the people directly responsible, but on innocent people—a formula Karnick notes was replicated in A Nightmare on Elm Street , Child's Play , Scream , I Know What You Did Last Summer , Saw , the Hannibal Lecter films, and the Halloween sequels.
As Karnick sees it, "these films spoke directly to fears of increasing crime and social dislocation [and] provided audiences with ways to detach from these worries and conquer their fears of violence by laughing at it.
In Karnick's eyes, contemporary critics have failed to see how the film has affected audiences and subsequently branded the film series as "both irresponsible for numbing audiences to violence and puritanical for showing the murders of sexually active teens ".
Quoting director John Carpenter, Karnick emphasized that "teens thus dispatched became victims not as punishment for sexual activity but simply because they were too preoccupied to notice the presence of a murderer".
Pointing to Roger Ebert as a prime example of how critics have misunderstood the films Ebert wrote that during a screening of Friday the 13th Part 2 , he noticed that the audience had no sympathy for the victims and cheered during death scenes , Karnick explains that Ebert's remarks show how the film series forces "audiences to experience the very thing that motivates the murders: a lack of compassion".
In closing, Karnick suggested that these films were not puritanical, but proved that audiences "could be just as indifferent and callous as the characters in the films".
When Harry Manfredini began working on the musical score for the film, the decision was made to play the music only alongside the killer so as not to trick the audience into believing that the killer was around during moments that they were not supposed to be.
It's a huge scare, but if you notice, there's no music. That was a choice. Since Mrs. Voorhees, the killer in the original Friday the 13th , does not show up until the final reel of the film, Manfredini had the job of creating a score that would represent the killer in her absence.
He came up with the sound "ki ki ki, ma ma ma", based on the line "Kill her mommy! Voorhees recites repeatedly in the final reel.
The "ki" comes from "kill", and the "ma" from "mommy". To achieve the unique sound he wanted for the film, Manfredini spoke the two words "harshly, distinctly, and rhythmically into a microphone" and ran them into an echo reverberation machine.
Manfredini makes note of the mispronunciation of the sounds: "Everybody thinks it's cha, cha, cha. I'm like, 'Cha, cha, cha'?
What are you talking about? When Manfredini returned for the first sequel, he had an easier time composing since he only needed to perfect what he had already created.
Manfredini explains, "The original had the real myopic approach, and then we had to start thinking of the sequels as more conventional films.
Jack Tillar pieced together portions of the score from the first two films to fill the remaining time for Part 3 , while Michael Zagar composed an opening and closing theme.
Manfredini and Zagar met at the latter's apartment, where Zagar rescored the original opening theme using a disco beat.
Manfredini returned for The Final Chapter , and although there were similar elements to the score, everything was newly recorded for the fourth Friday the 13th.
When he began work on the score for A New Beginning , Manfredini created a theme just for the character of Tommy Jarvis.
The idea was to suggest that there was "madness afoot", which he believed helped to "'point the finger' at various characters [ McLoughlin took this idea from John Carpenter's film Halloween , which would always follow any shock in the film with Carpenter's "Eeeeeeee!
McLoughlin wanted something more subtle, with a "Gothic" resonance. Manfredini did not score The New Blood and Jason Takes Manhattan because of prior film engagements, but his scores from previous films were reused.
Manfredini's original music only filled half the film. Jason was "just the same thing". Six of the twelve films have been adapted into novels — Friday the 13th 1 — 3 , Jason Lives , Jason X , and Freddy vs.
Jason —with Friday the 13th Part 3 being adapted twice. In the alternate ending, Chris, who is in a canoe, hears her boyfriend Rick's voice and immediately runs back to the house.
When she opens the door, Jason is standing there with a machete and kills her. The book explains how Elias has Jason's body buried, instead of the planned cremation, after his death in The Final Chapter.
In , four young adult novels were released under the title of Friday the 13th. These stories focused on different people finding Jason's mask and becoming possessed by his spirit, but the actual character did not appear in the novels.
The novels were written by author Eric Morse and published in Jason and Jason X. One set was published under the Jason X title, while the second set used the Friday the 13th moniker.
The Jason X series consisted of four sequels to the adaptation. The first to be published was Jason X: The Experiment , which saw the government attempting to exploit Jason's indestructibility to create an army of "super soldiers".
Bardox and his crew as they try to clone a comatose Jason and stay alive when Jason awakens. The Friday the 13th series of novels are not connected to the Jason X series and do not continue any story set forth by the films.
Instead, each novel developed the character of Jason in its own way. Friday the 13th: Church of the Divine Psychopath has Jason resurrected by a religious cult.
Instead, she creates a virus that reanimates the dead into zombies. The three-issue series was a condensed version of the film with a few added scenes.
The story involves Jason stowing away aboard a train and eventually meeting Leatherface. The two initially become friends, with Leatherface adopting Jason into the former's family.
After a series of misunderstandings, Jason and Leatherface turn on each other. On May 13, , New Line first exercised their rights to use the Friday the 13th moniker when they, along with Avatar comics, released a special issue of Friday the 13th.
Knowing that Jason caused the recent destruction, Laura, unknown to her brother, sets out to kill Jason with a paramilitary group so that she and her brother can sell the property.
The series was written by Brian Pulido, illustrated by Mike Wolfer and Andrew Dalhouse, and revolves around a group of teenagers who come to Camp Tomorrow, a camp that sits on Crystal Lake, for work and a "party-filled weekend".
The teenagers begin to discover that they share common family backgrounds and soon awaken Jason, who proceeds to kill them. Picking up after the events of the Jason X film, Jason is now on Earth 2 where a bioengineer , Kristen, attempts to subdue him in hopes that she can use his regenerative tissue to save her own life and the lives of those she loves.
Jason X. The series was written and illustrated by Mike Wolfer. The story takes place after the events of the film Jason X , where a salvage team discovers the spaceship Grendel and awakens a regenerated Jason Voorhees.
The "original" Jason and Über-Jason, a version of Jason with mechanical limbs, are drawn into a battle to the death. In the comic, Jason is captured and experimented upon by the Trent Organization.
Jason escapes and seeks out Violet, the survivor of Friday the 13th: Bloodbath , whom the Trent Organization is holding in their Crystal Lake headquarters.
In December , WildStorm began publishing Friday the 13th comics, beginning with a six-issue miniseries that involves Jason's return to Crystal Lake, a lone survivor's tale of the murder of her friends by a monster, a new revelation about the evil surrounding Crystal Lake, and the truth of what Jason embodies.
The two-issue comic book covers Pamela Voorhees' journey to Camp Crystal Lake and the story of her pregnancy with Jason as she recounts it to hitchhiker Annie, a camp counselor who is killed in the original film.
WildStorm released another comic book special, titled Friday the 13th: How I Spent My Summer Vacation , consisting of two issues that were released on September 12 and October 10, The comic book provides insight into the psychology of Jason Voorhees as he befriends a boy born with a skull deformity.
Jason , titled Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash , starring the two aforementioned killers and Ash from the Evil Dead film series. The story focuses on Freddy using the Necronomicon , which is in the basement of the Voorhees home, to escape from Jason's subconscious and "gain powers unlike anything he's had before".
Jason film in development before the former film had been theatrically released. After meeting with executives, the negotiations ended and the story was shelved.
Following the success of Freddy vs. Jason , the idea of including Ash was brought up again, but New Line ultimately decided they would put the story in comic book form and bring in James Kuhoric to write and Jason Craig to do the artwork.
It follows three hikers in the present and three fur trappers in the past, each of whom is snowed in by a blizzard at Crystal Lake. Each group experiences similar events, suggesting that there is a connection between the two groups.
The story involves a teenager named Maggie tricking her abusive boyfriend into travelling to Crystal Lake, where she plans to murder him, but she encounters Jason shortly after arriving at the camp.
Ash , subtitled The Nightmare Warriors , began. Written by Katz and James Kuhoric, and illustrated by Jason Craig, the miniseries has Ash and survivors of both Freddy and Jason banding together to defeat the two after Freddy is released from the world of the Deadites by government operatives who had discovered the Necronomicon.
The plot involved the player picking a " sanctuary " and attempting to persuade others to hide there. Jason is "disguised as a friend" until he decides to attack the player.
In the game, the player plays as one of the counselors at Camp Crystal Lake. While the staff is preparing the camp for its first summer weekend, an "unknown stalker" begins murdering each of them.
The player must discover the truth and escape the camp alive. This game was originally titled Slasher Vol. It has also been released on the Xbox One.
In , Screamin' Toys produced a model kit of Jason Voorhees. Both kits are no longer in production. Apart from video games and toys, the series has also seen the release of its films' soundtracks.
In , Gramavision Records released a LP album of selected pieces of Harry Manfredini's scores from the first three films.
There have been two books released chronicling the making of the Friday the 13th films and one about making Friday the 13th: The Series - Curious Goods: Behind the Scenes of Friday the 13th: The Series.
David Grove, a film journalist who has written for Fangoria , Cinefantastique , and various other British magazines detailing the creation of the Friday the 13th films, wrote the comprehensive book, Making Friday the 13th: The Legend of Camp Blood.
Grove interviewed over "key personnel involved in making the films" to collect "detailed production histories of each of the 11 films", not including interviews with other film professionals like Wes Craven.
Grove's book also includes previously unseen production photos which were acquired from private collections. Eight months after the release of Grove's book, Titan Books , in association with Sparkplug Press, released a detailed history on the Friday the 13th series.
Peter M. The book chronicles the creation of the series up to the release of Freddy vs. Bracke spent three years researching the series and collecting more than interviews from the cast and crew of each of the films.
Bracke's extensive work for the book prompted Sean S. Cunningham to provide a foreword. Crystal Lake Memories also includes images, storyboards, concept art, and publicity material that had not been released to the public.
The film was broadcast on the Starz television channel during the first week of February,  and afterwards it was released on DVD on February 3, It also features interviews with journalists and other filmmakers who offer their opinion of the series.
In September , Farrands wrote and directed a second documentary film on the Friday franchise, Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th , this time directly inspired by Bracke's book of the same name.
This documentary discusses each of the twelve films, from the original to the remake, as well as the television series. It is narrated by Corey Feldman , and also features interviews with key individuals in the franchise's history.
Farrands has suggested that his work on the well-received film, Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy , which documented the making of the Nightmare on Elm Street series, demonstrated the possibility for a documentary film that was more in depth and more comprehensive than his previous effort, His Name Was Jason.
In making such a film, Farrands turned to Bracke's book, which he had also worked on, and drew from its structure and content. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Archived from the original on October 22, Retrieved October 22, Ain't It Cool News. Archived from the original on November 5, Retrieved November 3, Archived from the original on November 7, While other films of the franchise approach Jason as a human serial killer or undead monster, this movie views him through a science fiction lens referring to his inability to die as a "regenerative" power that can be studied and perhaps replicated and then has him transformed by future-technology into a cyborg.
This cyborg incarnation has been called Jason X in tie-in media, but is also often referred to by fans as "Über Jason", a nickname the art design team and production crew used and which appeared in later comic books Jason X Special and Friday the 13th: Jason Vs.
Jason X. When conceiving the film, Todd Farmer came up with the idea of sending Jason to space, suggesting to the studio that it was the only direction left for the series.
It was followed by Freddy vs. Jason , a crossover with the A Nightmare on Elm Street film series , in After failed attempts to kill Jason over the following two years, government scientist Rowan LaFontaine suggests putting him in cryogenic stasis.
Wimmer and Sergeant Marcus arrive with soldiers, hoping to further research Jason's ability to heal from lethal wounds, believing it involves rapid cellular regeneration that can be replicated.
Jason breaks free of his restraints and kills the soldiers and Wimmer. Rowan lures him into a cryogenic pod and activates it, but he ruptures the pod with his machete , stabbing her in the abdomen.
Cryogenic fluid spills into the sealed room, freezing them both. They bring them aboard their spaceship, the Grendel , and revive Rowan while leaving Jason in the morgue, believing him dead.
Adrienne is ordered to dissect Jason's body but Rowan warns them of the danger, revealing Jason's nature and superhuman abilities. Lowe, who is in serious debt, calls his financial backer Dieter Perez on nearby space station Solaris.
Perez recognizes Jason's name and notes his body could interest a collector. While Stoney and Kinsa have sex, Jason awakens and attacks Adrienne, freezing her face with liquid nitrogen before smashing her head to pieces on a counter.
Jason takes a machete-shaped surgical tool and kills Stoney in front of Kinsa. Sergeant Brodski leads a group of soldiers to attack Jason.
Jason interrupts a projected holographic game, breaking Azrael's back and bashing in Dallas's skull. He tries to attack Crutch, but Brodski and his soldiers arrive.
After Brodski splits up his team, Jason kills them one by one. Lowe orders pilot Lou to dock at Solaris. Jason kills Lou and the ship crashes through Solaris , destroying it and killing everyone aboard.
Jason breaks into the lab, reclaims his machete and decapitates Lowe. With the Grendel crippled, the survivors head for a shuttle while Tsunaron upgrades KM After crew member Crutch is electrocuted to death by Jason, Kinsa panics and attempts to escape on her own, but forgets to release the shuttle's fuel line, causing it to crash into the ship and explode.
Tsunaron reappears with an upgraded KM who wields weapons and combat skills to stand a better chance against Jason. After having his right arm, left leg, right ribs, and part of his head blasted off by KM, Jason seemingly dies, and his body is knocked into a nanite -equipped medical station.
The survivors send a distress call, then set explosive charges to separate the ship's undamaged pontoon from the main section.
The medical station nanites rebuild Jason, who becomes a cyborg. With his new strength, Jason easily defeats KM by punching her head off.
As Tsunaron recovers her still-functioning head, Jason is stopped by Waylander, who sacrifices himself by setting off the charges while the others escape.
Jason survives and punches a hole through the hull, causing Janessa to die in the vacuum. A power failure with the docking door forces Brodski to go outside in an EVA suit to fix it.
To distract Jason, a holographic simulation of Crystal Lake is created with two virtual teenage girls. After killing them, Jason realizes the deception just as the door is fixed.
As they leave, the pontoon explodes, propelling Jason at high speed towards the survivors; Brodski intercepts Jason's space flight and maneuvers them both toward Earth Two's atmosphere, where they are incinerated on atmospheric entry.
On Earth Two, a pair of teenagers are by a lake when they see what they believe is a falling star. The teenagers go to investigate as Jason's charred mask sinks to the bottom of the lake.
Development of Jason X began in the late s while Freddy vs. Jason was still in development hell. With Freddy vs. Jason not moving forward, Jim Isaac and Sean S.
Cunningham decided that they wanted another Friday the 13th film made to retain audience interest in the character.
The film was conceived by Todd Farmer , who plays "Dallas" in the film, and was the only pitch he gave to the studio for the movie, having suggested sending Jason into space as a means to advance the film series.
The film was filmed during the summer of in Toronto. The site's critical consensus reads: "Jason goes to the future, but the story is still stuck in the past".
Roger Ebert gave the movie 0. However, the film was better received in the United Kingdom, gaining positive reviews from the country's two major film magazines, Total Film  and Empire.
Despite the initially negative reception from critics, the film has recently seen a retrospective growth in popularity, particularly among younger fans of the series.
The comic reveals that a scientist named Kristen intercepted the Grendel's communications and became interested in learning the secrets of Jason's regenerative abilities so she could save her lover Neil as well as the human race, which is still an endangered species barely surviving.
To trick the Grendel survivors into bringing Jason to her, she faked the rescue transmission and hacked into their system, using their own holographic technology to convince them they were escaping to Earth Two.
This resulted in the deaths of all aboard the Grendel. When she attempts to pass on his regenerative abilities to Neil, the nanites in Jason X's blood corrupt's the man's mind and he stabs her.
Kristen's ship then comes across a hedonistic pleasure spaceship called Fun Club. After docking, Jason boards the Fun Club and begins killing the hedonists, ending the story.He'd found a way to tell the story in his own interesting way — with his own Shadow Man Kurier Des Todes — and he wrote the book in less than a week. Sean S. List of books. Polaroid Stream Kkiste in the Head. John Carl Buechler. Retrieved September 28, Wimmer and Sergeant Marcus arrive with soldiers, hoping to further research Jason's ability to heal from lethal wounds, believing it involves rapid cellular regeneration that can be replicated.