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Friday the 13th: The Game – How to Kill Jason

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Killing Jason in Friday the 13th: The Game is pretty damned hard, and doing so requires LOTS of cooperation between you and your fellow camp counselors and a little help from one of Jason’s greatest nemeses.

So, how do you put down everyone’s favorite mama’s boy? Follow the steps below. Of course SPOILERS are about to ensue so STOP reading here if you don’t want to know what to do and who Jason’s nemesis is.

Still with us? GOOD!

STEP 1:

Locate the CB Radio.

Once you locate the CB radio, you can use it to call in none other than Tommy Jarvis (Friday the 13th Parts 4-6). In order to get Jarvis into the game, one of the counselors will have to either escape or make the ultimate sacrifice for the team and let Jason get an easy kill. The now either escaped or dead player will come back as Jarvis, and he’s a man on a mission: Kill Jason.

Step 2:

Locate Pamela Voorhees’ Sweater.

We’ve all seen the shrine Jason set up for his mom. Good Jason. Good boy. Good. The next step is electing someone playing as a female character to go to Jason’s house and find the infamous article of clothing. Once she does and puts it on, it gives that player a ONE-TIME USE ONLY ABILITY that allows Jason to be stunned and confused. Think Ginny in Friday the 13th Part 2. More on that in a minute.

Be warned as soon as you enter the Shrine, whoever is playing as Jason will get an alert and he can teleport directly to there. NOT EASY.

Step 3:

Stun Jason and Knock His Mask Off.

Easier said than done, believe me. Jason will need to be stunned or trapped. Our recommendation is to lure him into a previously set bear trap. Once he’s still, you’ll need a weapon to bash the hell out of his skull, and his mask will (eventually) go flying off. It helps to have multiple counselors hitting him at the same time. Jason, as you know, is a pretty tough sonofabitch so expect some casualties. The machete works best at getting the mask off.

Interestingly enough… the person playing as Jarvis can grab the mask and put it on at this point, but that doesn’t seem to be a necessity in getting the job done. However, if Jarvis has the mask, Jason cannot get it back, so your won’t be forced to repeat the above step.

Step 4:

Sweater Time!

You… you wearing Pamela’s sweater, while Jason is unmasked, NOW is the time to use your sweater to stun Jason. You’ll even get to hear Pamela talking to Jason, thereby confusing him and making him drop his guard. This is so fucking cool. Make sure you’re (or a teammate) is holding a baseball bat or ax to instantly knock Jason to his knees. Hesitate when Jason drops his guard and you will be murdered.

Step 5:

The Death Blow.

Once Jason is on his knees, the player who is Tommy Jarvis must approach him and hit whatever button is INTERACT on your controller. NOTE: Tommy must have either an ax or a machete. Once you do that, BOOM!… a cut-screen showing off Tommy killing Jason… at least for now.

There you have it, kids! Don’t forget to join the Dread Central Horror Community Group if you’re on Xbox One to get a game going with horror fans from around the world!

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McKenna Grace Snags Lead in Rob Lowe’s Remake of The Bad Seed

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Okay so, evidently Rob Lowe is remaking The Bad Seed. Meh, I’m interested. But wait, evidently it will be a Lifetime original film. Urgh, interest is waning.

All jokes aside, I’m intrigued by this remake. Not only is it set to star Rob Lowe, but the man will be directing and executive producing as well.

Another interesting variation is that this film will follow Lowe’s father figure dealing with the evil child, instead of the original film’s mother character played by Nancy Kelly.

And on top of that, today we have news via Deadline that McKenna Grace (Amityville: The Awakening) has been cast as the titular bad seed, Emma, and Patty McCormack – who played the evil little girl in the original, and received an Oscar nomination for performance – will co-star as the psychiatrist who treats Emma.

Grace will next be seen in the Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House from director Mike Flanagan (Hush, Gerald’s Game).

The Lifetime remake is directed and executive produced by Rob Lowe from a script by Barbara Marshall. Lowe as executive produces with Mark Wolper and Elizabeth Stephen and stars alongside Patty McCormack and McKenna Grace.

Synopsis:

Lowe plays a single father who seems to have everything under control. But when there is a terrible tragedy takes place at his daughter Emma’s (Grace) school, he is forced to question everything he thought he knew about his beloved daughter. He slowly begins to question if Emma’s exemplary behavior is just a façade and she played a role in the horrific incident. When more strange things begin to happen, he’s faced with keeping a terrible secret to protect Emma, but ultimately must stop her from striking again.

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Buffy Is Back in New Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic Miniseries by Joss Whedon

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Buffy is back!

Joss Whedon (Angel, Serenity) and Christos Gage (Angel & Faith) return to unite the Buffyverse for a four-issue Buffy the Vampire Slayer series this June!

This action-packed miniseries from Dark Horse Comics, called Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 12: The Reckoning, reunites the Buffyverse with the return of Angel, Faith, Illyria, and Fray, the Slayer from the future!

On top of that, Buffyverse alumnus artist Georges Jeanty (Serenity, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) also returns to lend his illustrative skills to the next installment.

Issue #1 (of four) boasts three variant covers by Stephanie Hans, Georges Jeanty with Karl Story and Dan Jackson, and Karl Moline. You can check out one to the right and the other two below. Give them a look-see, and then let us know what you think!

You can pre-order the first issue at your local comic shop in March before the series hits June 20, 2018.

Synopsis:
Following the world-altering finale of Season 11, Buffy and the Scoobies have had a laid-back year in the saving-the-world department. But as they’ve learned over their years of fighting the forces of darkness and thwarting many an apocalypse, nothing stays quiet for long.

When Dawn and Xander’s housewarming party is crashed by some familiar faces with news of an amassing force that must be reckoned with—Wolfram & Hart, a legion of demons, and Harth, a vampire from the future—Buffy finds herself in a time warp that could alter the fate of the world and could spell the end for Buffy, her friends, and the Slayers forever.

 

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Stephen King’s The Bone Church Becoming a TV Series Via David Ayer

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I’ve said it quite a few times but 2017 will go down as the “Year of Stephen King.”

With successful adaptations of his novels IT, Gerald’s Game, and 1922, and TV series based on “The Mist” and “Mr. Mercedes”, King was everywhere in 2017.

And it looks like the trend is going to continue as today we have news that Suicide Squad and Bright director David Ayer will develop King’s The Bone Church into a TV series.

Deadline reports that Ayer will exec-produce the series along with Chris Long and their Cedar Park Entertainment banner, which will also be the studio for the series as well.

I haven’t yet read Stephen King’s poem “The Bone Chruch” (which was revised and featured in King’s recent anthology The Bazaar of Bad Dreams) so I can’t comment on whether or not the poem will make for a solid series. But if it’s King, I’m there.

What do you think of “The Bone Church” becoming a TV series? Let us know below!

Synopsis:

An adventurer organizes an expedition deep into a vast jungle land to locate the mythic Bone Church. They discover a secret not meant for the eyes of strangers. Only three of the 32 travelers escaped with their lives in a tale narrated by one of the survivors, who tells stories from a bar stool to patrons who’ll buy him drinks.

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