His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th movie

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Travis Van Winkle, Tom Savini, Jeffrey Reddick, Gregory Nicotero, Al Magliochetti, Seth Green, Betsy Palmer, Adrienne King, Robbi Morgan, Ari Lehman, Bonnie Hellman, Nick Mennell, Judie Aronson, Ken Kirzinger, Catherine Parks, Ted White, Lawrence Monoson, Kane Hodder, Todd Farmer, Vincent Guastaferro, Mark Swift, Erich Anderson, Steve Dash, Amanda Righetti, Derek Mears, James Roday, Kevin Spirtas, Lar Park-Lincoln, Susan Jennifer Sullivan, Elizabeth Kaitan, Diana Barrows, Diane Almeida, C.J. Graham, Darcy DeMoss, Nancy McLoughlin, Lauren-Marie Taylor, John Carl Buechler, David Kagen, Kerry Noonan, Renée Jones, Cynthia Kania, John Shepherd, Jensen Daggett, Peter Mark Richman, Sharlene Martin, Barbara Howard, Camilla More, Carey More, Richard Brooker, John Furey, Amy Steel, Russell Todd, Melanie Kinnaman, Shavar Ross, Tiffany Helm, Bob DeSimone, Debi Sue Voorhees, Dick Wieand, Elissa Dowling, Stuart Charno, Alecia Patterson, Adam Marcus, Chuck Campbell, Felissa Rose, Tom Morga, Adam Green, Steven Barton, Rachel Belofsky, Peter Bracke, Gloria Charles, Barney Cohen, Mike Cucinotta, Sean S. Cunningham, Douglas Curtis, Bradley Fuller, Robert V. Galluzzo, Warrington Gillette, Seth Grahame-Smith, James Isaac, Andrew Kasch, Jeff Katz, Paul Kratka, Joe Lynch, Harry Manfredini, Tom McLoughlin, Victor Miller, John Murdy, Marcus Nispel, Marilyn Poucher, Bill Randolph, Jared Rivet, James D. Rolfe, Lisa Ryder, Martin Jay Sadoff, Danny Steinmann, Anthony Timpone, Ryan Turek, Staci Layne Wilson, Larry Zerner, Joseph Zito,


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  1. trashgang from Midian
    Dec 29, 2010

    all the info you will need

    If you are a real Friday The 13th fan or if you want to know more of
    one of the earlier slashers then I surely recommend this documentary.
    Especially disc one is extremely well done. You will have first of a
    one hour and a half about the whole franchise, even the remake. All you
    want to know you will know, secondly, all actors who played Jason are
    giving their view over their version.

    Disc two is more about entertainment. Here and there there are some
    interesting things to learn but there are also some stupid things on
    it. Luckily the items on disc 2 are all shorts. The only thing that I
    regret is the fact that when some actors are talking about some scene's
    they aren't shown, so if it's a while since you have been watching the
    movies you will have some questions about what they are talking about.
    But still, if you have the book and this DVD, I guess there's isn't
    more to learn.

  2. Quentin Stuckey from Canada
    Sep 03, 2010

    Could have been so much better…

    With the influence of Halloween: 25 Years of Terror, a group of
    filmmakers set out to make a Friday The 13th retrospective documentary
    on the entire franchise.Sadly,these filmmakers failed.First of all,
    this documentary is all over the place.Rather than explore all the
    Friday The 13th movies in order, we get several rants from obnoxious
    horror filmmakers giving their dumb opinions on the films.They barely
    let anyone who actually worked on the movies talk.There were certain
    people who did not need to be in this documentary like Steve
    Barton,Seth Green,Joe Lynch,Adam Green,Jeff Katz,Ryan Turek and tons
    more people.They do not offer anything about the making of the
    franchise so what's the point of having them interviewed? Also the
    heavy metal music is so annoying and painful to listen to!! It was just
    so horrible to have that music blarring in the background. Also Tom
    Savini's hosting is very cheesy and annoying. Honestly, he's tries to
    be funny and entertaining but he fails every time.The special features
    on the second disc were actually better than the documentary itself. At
    least we get to hear the cast and crew actually speak!! This was just a
    horrible documentary that could have been so much better.But as
    horrible as it was, it was still an entertaining look back on the
    Friday The 13th franchise.

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