Favorite F13 Kill
Posted 21 August 2016 - 04:32 PM
It's not even a contest, the Sleeping Bag Kill is the best, and forever will be.
Lol, I can't say the sleeping bag kill or any other kill by Jason was my favorite for something I liked at all. The un-edited version of the sleeping bag was gruesome and violent and of course if you go by gore and violent-ness it would be the best an that's know lie but it's not my personal favorite for the target of the thread.
Anyways I would have to say my favorite kill would be from part 1. I actually think this kill is funny and this is why I feel it's my favorite because I busted out laughing like "Girl! You could of moved your ass!! Like wha-!?" Lmao. It's the kill done on Marcie, cause the sound effects were everything in this shot.
She looked back, and the scene cut to her in the middle of her scream not the beginning of it and having her eyes close waiting for her fate and it cuts to Jason swinging the axe and cuts AGAIN to show Marcie hit her back on the wall sliding down it with the axe in her face. An I'm like "Your screaming and standing and not trying to bob and weave from that thing!!" Lol. Cause it was game over you could feel she accepted her fate almost Lol.
The Marcie Kill :
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Posted 22 August 2016 - 03:20 AM
Often forgotten, but I've always been a sucker for the bed kill in FvJ. I just love that added flair of Jason breaking the guy's back completely unnecessarily after he's already stabbed him to death. It's a funny touch, while remaining in character, and the kill itself is absolutely gruesome.
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Posted 29 August 2016 - 03:45 AM
Violet from Part 5. The song playing is great 80s new wave. Her dancing is so 80s. There is some great suspense building up because the audience is aware of what's going on, but she has no idea she is so close to death. And that tension dangles in front of us for like a minute. The actual stabbing is kinda standard, but not many other characters got that much suspense.
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