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  1. Dario Argento's DEMONS and DEMONS 2 are a must see, if you haven't. Another old one that is forgotten by some is NIGHT OF THE CREEPS. Recommended. And this is a well-known classic, but would be remiss not to say THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD (part 1). THE CHILDREN (1980) should be seen at least once. If you're doing 2 a day, you can probably squeeze it in. INVADERS FROM MARS (1986), THE STUFF (1985), and PROPHECY (1979) are pretty old too, but still classics. TROLL (1986) and CRITTERS (1986) make a fun double feature, too. And maybe HOUSE 1 & 2 and GHOULIES 1 & 2. Finally, not sure if this is a horror movie, but would fit (feels like horror): THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM (1991 version).
  2. Haha, thanks! (And thanks for expressing an interest in the sequel -- will definitely let you know should it get written.)
  3. Bumping for the 1-year anniversary ('ish). Was hoping to write a sequel this summer, but alas, did not have the time. The lawsuit continues to drag on, but hopefully by next summer there will be some sort of resolution, and we can get more content! https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1alhxDgb-ev9LmokPUGVv-ZBgzLfxU_yP
  4. The fans would love this, I would love to see him write/direct another Jason movie, but unfortunately, there's no way a studio would hire him. There's also no way they would create a continuation of the original series. If he wanted to make this script, he would personally need to secure rights and then drum up funding himself, which would probably be impossible. Films are packaged entirely different these days, and while FRIDAY THE 13th films used to be done for under 5 million a pop, the 2009 F13 clocked in at x4 that budget, not including p&a. McLoughlin's name alone is not enough to secure that kind of budget from financiers or international distributors, and I doubt he can attract talent of value, either. Any production entity -- whether it's Platinum Dunes, Blumhouse, or someone else -- will want to hire someone who has some sort of successful release within the past 5 years and who can attract names that bring something to the table. McLoughlin's last film credit was 1997, and only a "story by". It's a harsh business, but unfortunately that's just how Hollywood works nowadays.
  5. My first experience with a juju zombie was with the old Ravenloft module NIGHT OF THE WALKING DEAD (AD&D 2nd Edition). Good stuff. Regarding that Pathfinder site -- I designed a few official monsters and one of the official prestige classes for that game (1st edition).
  6. Good catch re: "Pamela" That's great news that Cunningham gets to keep the title. That and the hockey mask are the most recognizable parts of the brand. btw, did everyone see this? Apparently Cunningham tried to settle before the termination date, but Miller refused to talk to him. http://www.fridaythe13thfranchise.com/2018/10/horror-inc-updates-on-friday-13th-game.html
  7. Apparently Cunningham even tried to reach a settlement with Miller months ago! http://www.fridaythe13thfranchise.com/2018/10/horror-inc-updates-on-friday-13th-game.html
  8. Sean Cunningham via Horror Inc. already released a statement saying they WOULD appeal, and they would be pursuing the development of a new film based on what rights they do own (i.e., parts 2+). Now, whether or not they will be able to secure financing and distribution to that clusterfuck of an idea remains to be seen.
  9. Aside from the fact that this would mean completely reworking the game, you also forgot that they wouldn't be able to call or refer to Jason as "Jason," they would have to remove Pam's grave from the maps, they would have to remove the Camp Crystal Lake map entirely since it's from part 1, they would have to remove her sweater, and they would have to retitle the game since the name of what is now Miller's script is titled FRIDAY THE 13th, so that name belongs to him.
  10. They were very explicit that there would be no further content. They never indicated otherwise, or rescinded that announcement. Larry Zerner has iterated the same. Anyone who is wildly speculating otherwise is, by the literal definition. delusional.
  11. http://www.fridaythe13thfranchise.com/2018/10/horror-inc-responds-to-victor-miller.html
  12. Glad those paid off! Those TK deaths are so universal for people who've spent enough time in this game that I think I thought, verbatim, the same thing: "Someone needs to die this way."
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