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  1. Debate: Jason Voorhees Isn't A Deadite

    No. Jason isn't a Deadite, it was implied that he was by Ash in the Freddy vs Jason vs Ash comic. In the DVD commentary for Jason goes to Hell, Adam Marcus said the dagger and Necronomicon were just gags.
  2. It was a weird comic to read. The Avatar Press comics for Friday the 13th got away with a lot of gore (Funny considering the Friday films were hacked in terms of gory content by the MPAA). I view it as a "What if?" story like the Marvel "What If" stories because Uber Jason got burned to nothing from that immolation.
  3. Playing Blood 1997 with BloodGDX !

    I remember all the quotes he said in Blood 2, thanks for the reminder! I just some company would pick up the rights like Bethseda and make Blood awesome like they did with Doom. Or maybe a Blood 3, but that would too optimistic.
  4. Who is your favorite Jason?

    CJ Graham
  5. Playing Blood 1997 with BloodGDX !

    This was the First Person Shooter for the fans of horror films, so many easter eggs and references with a dark and humorous main character. There are other references to other horror films too in the game. Freddy's hat and sweater are in a charnel house The name of the funeral home in the level you're playing is from Phantasm Killer Hands from Evil Dead 2 are an enemy And a lot more! Blood 2 was ok, but it went too much into the realm of science fiction and less horror, but the Bone Leeches were annoying!
  6. I recently installed Friday the 13th back on Steam and started to play Offline Mode and finished the Virutal Cabin. I also got Grand Theft Auto 4 for Xbox One and Xbox 360 and Postal 2 on Steam.
  7. Friday the 13th vs. The Room

    You can have an ending where it has Johnny, Jason and Freddy playing Football until Freddy falls and hits himself with his claws and he has to rest.
  8. The Wasted Potential of Part 7 and Part 9

    The wasted potential for Part 7 was if I recall correctly, part 7 was supposed to be Freddy vs Jason but New Line and Paramount couldn't come to an agreement. It would've been cool to see Robert and Kane in their primes playing Freddy and Jason but you can't always get what you want. Part 7, to me at least, is probably one of the darkest Friday films in terms of tone and music. Just the theme after the Crazy Ralph intro is very powerful. The chorus when Tina would use her powers is creepy as well. With Part 9, I think it was a result of treading new territory along with slasher fatigue at the movies at the time. You have to look at it from the filmmakers' perspective. You have a character that has been killed, resurrected and taken to Manhattan because part 6, you had to do new things to keep the series afloat or being accused of doing nothing new. It's a no-win scenario. It's also a product of it's time too. It's also a nod to various horror films when you had the dagger and Necronomicon from Evil Dead 2, the crate from Creepshow, the jungle gym from the last fight is from the Birds and of course Freddy's glove taking Jason's mask to hell. Adam Marcus said those things were gags. In the commentary for Jason goes to Hell, he said at the scene with Freddy's glove they never intended to have it set up for Freddy vs Jason, it was just a gag.
  9. Unpopular opinions in regards to Friday the 13th

    Here's something that would piss off some fans: I didn't have a problem with Jason being afraid of water in the fight with Freddy in the Dream World for Freddy vs Jason. It makes sense since he's in Freddy world, the water reminds him of drowning even though he's never had an issue being in water when he was human and undead.
  10. Friday the 13th vs. The Room

    I can think of a quote from The Room used in the crossover film "Oh hi Jason!" when Johnny sees Jason hacking some campers. Instead of killing himself, Johnny runs away to Crystal Lake around the time of Freddy vs Jason to get away from it all. He somewhat connects with Jason and helps him kill stupid teenagers. "I did not hack her!"
  11. Unpopular opinions on horror films

    I too liked Halloween III mostly because I realized after reading reviews and thinking about it, I just viewed it for what was Carpenter's plan for Halloween: A anthology series with a different story for each sequel. It's got a great soundtrack and it does have John Carpenter's influence. Plus, it tackled other things like the commentary of commercialization of Halloween and the death of children in horror films. The ending still creeps me out to this day. I like Halloween 4-6 more than H20 and Resurrection mostly because Part 6 was my first exposure to the series. Michael was so damn brutal in the Theatrical Cut but is just like what he was in the first one in the Producer's Cut. The 1989 version of Phantom of the Opera with Robert Englund isn't that bad, it mostly got trashed because it was released around the time the musical came out. I got past the opera parts in England when it's set in France in the story. Erik in this version is closer to that of the Phantom in the original story (which I read not too long ago) in being a killer. I enjoy Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow more than I do the story of Sleepy Hollow from Washington Irving.
  12. You read my mind OP, it's pretty much what I thought about Savini Jason. I missed my chance, but looking back the pitchfork doesn't look like it would be a good weapon from the gameplay I've seen. The design of a Jason reborn from Hell is pretty awesome, it's nice to see Tom Savini back in action.
  13. When did F13 end?

    Fair enough for Resurrection, I just though H20 ended the series perfectly and the switcheroo from Resurrection just copied off the ending from the Producer's Cut of Part 6. I can see how you couldn't watch Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 with the swearing. It didn't look appealing to me and I thought the ending was just fine because I thought Rob was trying to make more Michael more realistic and less supernatural
  14. Fondest Memories of Gaming

    The fondest memories I had of gaming was in the golden age of Adventure games. I didn't have consoles growing up so I played a lot of adventure games especially from Sierra On-Line and Lucasarts. The peak of Sierra games for me was King's Quest VI and I beat it a few years ago after not being able to do it decades ago. Lucasarts, I was a fan of the Star Wars and Indiana Jones games. I got to play their version of Sam and Max not too long ago and it was great. Sierra was notorious for their games having unwinnable situations, creative deaths and sarcastic narrators telling you screwed up while Lucasarts tried not to do that and even made of it a few times in their manuals. There's also the Mortal Kombat series which I still play from time to time from all of the eras from the 2D, 3D and HD eras.
  15. I got the Mortal Kombat 3 game pack from GOG.com recently and am playing the first one. The DOS games are the closest translation to the arcade version if you can tolerate the music sounds like something out of Soundblaster and MIDI. The first Mortal Kombat for PC is actually the CD DOS version which means music and the arcade version with some sounds missing so it's the closest to the first MK on consoles. With school at night, I've been focusing on GTA: San Andreas to do 100% completion (I'm at 91% with the heist missions now). I'm surprised with how Rockstar managed to do games from GTA III to Vice City Stories on a short time period, San Andreas has a lot to do.