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Forums Index -> Dread Central Cinema -> June, 12, 2009: Friday the 13th VII; The New Blood
Gory
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ImTheMoon
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
I saw this in the theatre. And before you make fun of me for being old I was in 8th grade at the time. The guy at the ticket booth didn't even flinch when I asked for the ticket. Laughing
I miss the old days. Contrast that with when I tried to see Final Destination. I took my 14 year-old niece with me, who lived with me and was raised on these movies, and they wouldn't sell us tickets. They tried to get us to see Mission to Mars instead.


I can beat that I was almost denied entry to the fast and the furious.... I was 22 at the time.
What the hell? Hahaha


I look younger then I am.... I used to get carded all the time at the video store, I had to start bring my drivers license with me when ever I wanted to rent something.
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Gory wrote:
I think this film has the best makeup of Jason ever done. At least as far as the corpse Jason goes.
Agreed.
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Gory
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LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Jason X was the first Friday film I ever got to see in a theater. I would love to attend some big screen showings of some of these.
I wish someone would have a marathon. So far I haven't seen Part II, Part VI, and the new one on the big screen.
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Gory
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ImTheMoon wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
I saw this in the theatre. And before you make fun of me for being old I was in 8th grade at the time. The guy at the ticket booth didn't even flinch when I asked for the ticket. Laughing
I miss the old days. Contrast that with when I tried to see Final Destination. I took my 14 year-old niece with me, who lived with me and was raised on these movies, and they wouldn't sell us tickets. They tried to get us to see Mission to Mars instead.


I can beat that I was almost denied entry to the fast and the furious.... I was 22 at the time.
What the hell? Hahaha


I look younger then I am.... I used to get carded all the time at the video store, I had to start bring my drivers license with me when ever I wanted to rent something.
Like porn?
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ImTheMoon
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Gory wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
BlackFlagg wrote:
Gory wrote:
I saw this in the theatre. And before you make fun of me for being old I was in 8th grade at the time. The guy at the ticket booth didn't even flinch when I asked for the ticket. Laughing
part VIII was first one i saw in a theatre, actually at a drive in
Part III was the first one I saw in the theatre. My dad took me, my sister, and a friend of my sister. I still remember the 3-D effects to this day. My sister's friend was freaked out for years though.


I've never seen any of them in theaters...almost saw Jason X but 10 min in my friend had trouble breathing so I had to take her to the hospital.
What was wrong with her?


her spleen was swollen because she (unknown to her) had mono putting pressure on her lungs... it wasn't serious, she's fine now.
Are you mad at her to this day because she made you leave?


no she's my main horror movie buddy so it's all good....and her boyfriend works at a radio station so sshe;s gotten me free passes to many movies since then.
If she wants to make it up to you she needs to get you tickets to any Friday the 13th movie to come out. Plus passes to any theatre showing any of the older ones.


I saw Let the right one on because of her finagling so she's more then made up for it
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Gory
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ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
BlackFlagg wrote:
Gory wrote:
I saw this in the theatre. And before you make fun of me for being old I was in 8th grade at the time. The guy at the ticket booth didn't even flinch when I asked for the ticket. Laughing
part VIII was first one i saw in a theatre, actually at a drive in
Part III was the first one I saw in the theatre. My dad took me, my sister, and a friend of my sister. I still remember the 3-D effects to this day. My sister's friend was freaked out for years though.


I've never seen any of them in theaters...almost saw Jason X but 10 min in my friend had trouble breathing so I had to take her to the hospital.
What was wrong with her?


her spleen was swollen because she (unknown to her) had mono putting pressure on her lungs... it wasn't serious, she's fine now.
Are you mad at her to this day because she made you leave?


no she's my main horror movie buddy so it's all good....and her boyfriend works at a radio station so sshe;s gotten me free passes to many movies since then.
If she wants to make it up to you she needs to get you tickets to any Friday the 13th movie to come out. Plus passes to any theatre showing any of the older ones.


I saw Let the right one on because of her finagling so she's more then made up for it
Good point. Ok. All is forgiven.
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LivingDeadPunk
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I look younger then I am.... I used to get carded all the time at the video store, I had to start bring my drivers license with me when ever I wanted to rent something.
I used to get kids asking me to buy them cigarettes all the time. I was 17. Sad
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Gory wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
I saw this in the theatre. And before you make fun of me for being old I was in 8th grade at the time. The guy at the ticket booth didn't even flinch when I asked for the ticket. Laughing
I miss the old days. Contrast that with when I tried to see Final Destination. I took my 14 year-old niece with me, who lived with me and was raised on these movies, and they wouldn't sell us tickets. They tried to get us to see Mission to Mars instead.


I can beat that I was almost denied entry to the fast and the furious.... I was 22 at the time.
What the hell? Hahaha


I look younger then I am.... I used to get carded all the time at the video store, I had to start bring my drivers license with me when ever I wanted to rent something.
Like porn?


no I get that from the man on the street corner... just regular R rated movies, I think a couple of employees just had a thing against horror.
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Much of the film's score (credited to Harry Manfredini and Fred Mollin) is recycled music by Manfredini from previous Friday The 13th films. Manfredini was given credit for the use of his music, and Fred Mollin composed the rest of the score.
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Gory
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ImTheMoon wrote:
Gory wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
ImTheMoon wrote:
LivingDeadPunk wrote:
Gory wrote:
I saw this in the theatre. And before you make fun of me for being old I was in 8th grade at the time. The guy at the ticket booth didn't even flinch when I asked for the ticket. Laughing
I miss the old days. Contrast that with when I tried to see Final Destination. I took my 14 year-old niece with me, who lived with me and was raised on these movies, and they wouldn't sell us tickets. They tried to get us to see Mission to Mars instead.


I can beat that I was almost denied entry to the fast and the furious.... I was 22 at the time.
What the hell? Hahaha


I look younger then I am.... I used to get carded all the time at the video store, I had to start bring my drivers license with me when ever I wanted to rent something.
Like porn?


no I get that from the man on the street corner... just regular R rated movies, I think a couple of employees just had a thing against horror.
Man on a street corner? Ew.
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random fact the narrator in the beginning is Crazy Ralph from the first 2 films.
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Gory
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Director John Carl Buechler has publicly fumed many times over the years about the number of edits required by the MPAA to avoid an "X" rating. The film had to be submitted nine times to the Motion Picture Association of America before being granted an "R" rating, and it stands as arguably the most heavily censored entry in the ‘Friday the 13th’ series.
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Cameo: [Walt Gorney] the veteran actor who played Crazy Ralph in the original Friday the 13th and in "Part 2," returns as the voice of the narrator during the opening of this film.
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ImTheMoon wrote:
random fact the narrator in the beginning is Crazy Ralph from the first 2 films.
Nuts. You beat me to it.
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