Sean S. Cunningham
A weekly television series following the exploits of Jason Voorhees – how the hell is that supposed to work? The producers appear to have an idea for how to adapt Friday the 13th into a TV show, but I think I might have a few better ideas for how to transform Jason from horror icon to TV star.
Last month we learned some more information about the upcoming Friday the 13th TV series that Sean Cunningham teased last year, and today he's spilled a whole lot more of those tasty beans, giving us much more of an insight into what we can expect from the show. Read on!
Late last year original Friday the 13th director Sean Cunningham teased a potential spinoff TV series based on the franchise, though if we're being honest, we never quite expected anything to come of it...
The sickos behind next Tuesday’s Blu-ray and standard release of the original Friday the 13th (DVD review), uncut for the first time in the U.S., have provided Dread with an exclusive clip from one of the disc’s bonus features! Don't worry, we won’t be greedy, we'll share it with you. Use the links below to pre-order yours today!
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring John Saxon, Jayce Bartok, Henry Gibson, Lara Harris, Dick Miller, Winston Rekert Directed by Joe Dante (wrap-around story), Sean S. Cunningham (Jibaku), Ken Russell (The Girl With Golden Breasts), Monte Hellman (Stanley's Girlfriend), John Gaeta (My Twin - The Worm)
UPDATE: Lionsgate has just released the DVD specs for Trapped Ashes to Fangoria!. Expect to see "director’s cut" versions of Monte Hellman and Ken Russell's stories. There will also be a "Making Of" featurette, deleted scenes and cast/crew commentaries!
Reviewed by Evil Andy Starring Henry Gibson, Dick Miller, Richard Ian Cox, John Saxon, Lara Harris