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Part IV: 

The Jarvis family has taken an unconscious Alice into their home. They cannot take her to a hospital, or even out of the Crystal Lake Area, as the tree that Alice crashed into is blocking the main road. Additionally, the storm has knocked down the phone lines, so they cannot inform the police. Tommy is fourteen, with a similar personality and interests. The group of teens staying in the rental house across the street is largely the same, and they are introduced as they interact with the Jarvis family. 

We get time to bond with Tommy and his family before everything hits the fan. Alice wakes up later that night, and thinks that it is all over when they hear about the police investigations of the Higgins Haven and Pacanack massacres. However, when hearing that Chris survived but Jason was not found, she begins to worry. Jason soon arrives, now using the axe that was once lodged in his head. He still wears the baghead, and is very enraged. Alice desperately tries to convince the Jarvis' that Jason is coming, but they do not believe her until Jason starts picking off the teens in very brutal ways. Soon enough, Jason makes his way to the Jarvis house as the surviving teens retreat there. Alice teams up with Tommy and Trish to defend themselves after the mother is defenestrated.  A long battle ensues, and the last teen is shoved into a fireplace which starts a small fire in the house. Eventually, Alice is grabbed by Jason here, and she uses a can of hairspray as a flamethrower, burning off Jason's baghead. His head is a combination of the original part 2 and 3. 

Alice retreats, and Jason goes after Trish, much like he did in the original Part IV. Tommy shaves his head and attempts to trick Jason, but because this Jason does not have disassociative body disorder, he slams Trish's head into the wall, killing her. Tommy is assaulted by Jason, but is saved by Alice, who returns with a chainsaw. She and Jason duke it out, ending with her grazing his torso before slamming it into the side of his head, much as Tommy did with the machete in the original. Jason is finally dead (not), and Alice and Tommy are the only survivors. The film ends as they huddle together as the police arrive, having tracked Alice's car to the area.

Part V:

It has been another two years since Jason's defeat. Skepticism arose after the ambulance carrying Jason's body crashed into the lake, causing the body and the ambulance to be lost. The only survivor of the crash was paramedic Roy Burns. (Yep, he is here.) (He had intentionally sabatoged the ambulance so that he could commit the murders at the mental care facility and frame a supposedly living Jason)

Tommy and Chris are both being treated at this facility. They have become close thanks to their shared experiences. Alice makes a cameo during a visitation, but is otherwise absent, now working at Camp Forest Green, yet another area of the lake. 

We see Roy dressed as Jason (wearing a hockey mask) infiltrate the house of the head doctor, where he plots to kill him in his sleep. However, when he turns the man over to stab him, he see's that his throat has been cut. He stifles a scream as the real Jason impales him against the wall. We get a brief view of his face, which is now heavily scarred and missing an eye. He survived the events of Part IV, and now takes Roy's mask as his own.

Jason now uses a large hacksaw as his primary weapon. He is just as capable as ever. He attacks the facility, which causes Tommy and Chris to lead the survivors in an offensive against Jason. This goes poorly, with it all ending up with Tommy and Chris at the top of the barn seen in the original Part V. Jason knocks Tommy to the ground, and uses the opportunity to saw into Chris' head, starting with her eyes. Tommy fashions a noose and puts it around Jason's neck as he does this. Jason gets Tommy in a choke hold, but Tommy tackles him and they fall out of the barn. Tommy falls to the ground while Jason is hanged, apparently dead again.

The film ends with Tommy patching himself up, only to return and find Jason gone. Tommy correctly suspects that he is headed toward Camp Forest Green, and he rushes off through the woods to warn Alice.

Part V

We open to two kids, who are about ten years old, walking together at night. They are a cute couple, but run into Jason, who kills them. Their screams alert Alice, who immediately suspects that Jason is back. She gathers the counselors and children into the main cabin, arming the counselors with guns and instructing the children to remain quiet. She and one of the other counselors go to investigate, where they run into Tommy, who explains the situation. They quickly search for the children.

Meanwhile, a few counselors abandon the main cabin for some illicit activity. Jason catches up to them and eliminates them. This alerts the children and loyal counselors, who take a few shots at him, but miss. Alice and Tommy, as well as the other counselor return to find Jason inside the main cabin, hunting children and counselors alike. Many children are killed indiscriminately. In my opinion, Jason resents other children for the bullying he endured before drowning. The counselors band together to fight Jason, and everyone dies horribly except Tommy and Alice. Jason slashes Tommy's head, severely injuring him. This gives Alice enough time to grab a rifle and shoot Jason. He is visibly injured as Alice rams a decorative katana into Jason's skull, finally killing him. She manages to contact the police, saving Tommy from blood loss and finally ending the Camp Crystal Lake murders.

Part VII

Alice is living at home, with a new husband and a pregnancy. She is good friends with her neighbors, the Hilton's. Someone starts killing off the people near her in brutal ways. She suspects Jason, and contacts the police, who escort her and her family away from her home, which was visibly trapped. However, a truck rams the vehicle, severely injuring the officers and killing her husband. A man dressed as Jason steps out and executes the officers while Alice retreats to anearbye home, where a large group of teens are having a rad party dude. The imposter Jason begins murdering everyone until Alice is the only one left. They duel, resulting in Alice getting stabbed in the stomach. She manages to remove the mask from the killer, revealing that he is an insane Tommy, who believes that he is Jason. She decapitates him before breaking down over the loss of her child.

Part VIII

Jason returns, having been resurrected after a downed power line near his grave electrifies the water soaked ground. He is now a full on zombie Jason, and nigh immortal. He goes after Alice in a H20 style film, with Alice finally putting Jason down for good. Jason stalks the reopened Camp, killing dozens before he and Alice engage in one final fight. I have not imagined any specifics about this film, but the only important part is the Jason vs Alice concept. 

In the end, Alice has impaled Jason to the ground with a metal beam. She pours gasoline all over him before setting him ablaze. She uses a long weed wacker similar to the one Jason used in the original Part VII to decapitate him. She watches as his body is completely burned away, until nothing remains but a charred skeleton, which she pulverizes with a sledgehammer. Jason is at last finally, definitively dead.

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Very interesting thread. It comes to happen that i've been writing a draft for a screenplay for some days/weeks now. The rough outline of the film is near the half of the full movie (about 30+ pages up till now.). I won't tell how i imagine to "reboot" Friday the 13th, because i know that when i do, i will lose the fire i have about this project. 

What i can say is, that i imagine it very different than you guys. I don't use any counselors that already existed. No black magic. No facilities. 

I imagine it to be more grounded, non exploitive and a lot more psychological. 

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If I was a good script writer but it would be about Jason killing his bullies, and one of the bullies recognising him. Oh how I want to hear, "I'm so sorry Jason"

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I think I would pick the movie up from what happens after part 7. I don't really consider Jason part 8 as a Canon movie but I would like to do something that would tie part 8 / 9 and  Freddy versus Jason all together And explain things in between that absolutely make no sense, about the movies.like when Jason turns back into a kid at the end of Jason Takes Manhattan, but when Part 9 starts out he's just still Jason around the camp which makes no sense to me. I would like to have more explanation about that .

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If I wrote a Friday the 13th film it would be about Jason killing counselors at the lake during summer camp :D

But seriously. I know that would suck, and it has already been done in Halloween: Resurrection, but i'd make the same movie but with Jason.
Young people taken to Crystal Lake to make a reality show with a fake Jason, but the real Jason kills'em all.
I thought of this years before Halloween: Ressurection...
It's stupid, but what else can you come up to?

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If I wrote a Friday the 13th film it would be about Jason killing counselors at the lake during summer camp :D

But seriously. I know that would suck, and it has already been done in Halloween: Resurrection, but i'd make the same movie but with Jason.
Young people taken to Crystal Lake to make a reality show with a fake Jason, but the real Jason kills'em all.
I thought of this years before Halloween: Ressurection...
It's stupid, but what else can you come up to?

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6 hours ago, JasonWhorehees said:

If I wrote a Friday the 13th film it would be about Jason killing counselors at the lake during summer camp :D

But seriously. I know that would suck, and it has already been done in Halloween: Resurrection, but i'd make the same movie but with Jason.
Young people taken to Crystal Lake to make a reality show with a fake Jason, but the real Jason kills'em all.
I thought of this years before Halloween: Ressurection...
It's stupid, but what else can you come up to?

There has been an idea to do a Friday the 13th found footage movie. Thanks to god it was canned. 

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On 12/15/2017 at 12:29 PM, cwlunatic said:

 

There has been an idea to do a Friday the 13th found footage movie. Thanks to god it was canned. 

I was actually against the found footage movie at first but after seeing never hike alone it could be pretty good

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I would make the found footage film anyway.

Because ANY new movie about Jason will suck anyway, and nobody will EVER make a new F13 movie good as the first 4 parts... so there's nothing to loose.

Fan will watch it anyway.

It would be probably better than Jason X or the reboot anyway.

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Friday 13th: Part whatever...

Opening: A young boy runs into the woods chased by his older teenage bullies, finding an old cabin he enters to hide not turning his back from the door. It is dark inside. He can hear his tormenters calling outside, the air chills, a little rush of air at his back, suddenly he tenses up and his pupils turn black. His tormenters are upon him and open the door to face this sickly looking child. Grabbing him and throwing him outside the young boy sits seemingly helpless and traumatised. As one bully lunges for an attack the boy with unnatural reflexes snaps his arm and breaks his neck. The others suddenly look stunned with fear. The boy finishes them off one by one, leaving the lead bully last. His death the more gruesome with his eyes pushed into his brain. The boy walks back into the cabin where a glowing object that turns out to be a head speaks too him softly. Under its control the boy becomes a vassal for Jasons return!

Jump forward 10 years and we meet a police open case squad mainly of new rookies tasked with taking on the chase of finding the presumed murdered boys in the woods. They stumble across the cabin to find it empty but do uncover the remains of the bullies and a potential evidence lead further on. Unfortunately there vehicle wont start when they return to it and have to make camp nearby. In a frightful first night the group get picked off by the new Jason one by one, seamlessly firing their guns out shadows in the dark. One officer stumbles away to come across a near to being opened holiday camp. This is where the main characters are.

The camp is hosting a bikini contest among a few other PR stunts before opening, and they are shocked at the state and the story of the lone officer that night. Unfortunately for them Jason has been following the blood trail right too them and they are soon under assault at the main complex building where the officer is being treated. The power is cut and there is no way of communicating to the outside world. The car park is located on the other side and there is disagreement within the group at what to do. Half split and make a break for it to the cars where they are picked off by Jason. The last survivors are eventually forced out of the building and run through the trees, actually goaded by Jason to his new hideout like sheep to a pen. When they get there they find Jason hasn't actually killed all his victims although they have horrific wounds. Jason has built an even grander alter to the head and is sacrificing his victims periodically too it. Presumably to sustain its evil power. As the end seems final for the last survivors the main girl is about to be killed. She punches and kicks high before landing two crucial shots with the heels of her shoes in his eye sockets. Momentarily stunned the police officer breaks free and attacks Jason. Jason hurls him at the alter killing him and the final girl retreats to the corner next to his body. In her shock she knocks over a set of candles that singes the head. Jason squirms in pain, seeing this she sets the head totally alight. As the head screams Jason stumbles over to it trying to put the fire out. The girl seizes her chance and begins to burn the building to the ground. She pulls the last wounded survivors free as the timber collapses on Jason. Both he and the head are consumed by fire.

Ending. Recovering in hospital the police inform them of the investigation into the incident, but no evidence of Jason or a head is found in the ashen remains. Scene cuts to the police team on site,  crows squawk and flying away as the police officers turn round in confusion before shrugging and turning back to their work. Film ends.

- That's my basic undeveloped idea, I haven't divulged into characters or specific deaths for bloat reasons. Just enough to give you a basic idea. Your thoughts? 

 

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My movie would open with Jason picking up his split in half Part 7 mask, then forward to 3 bank robbers that just robbed a bank on the run, they get caught in a blizzard and end up stranded at Crystal Lake with the cops on their trail and Jason wearing his "sewn together" Part 7 mask. Jason kills a bank robber later in the film taking his perfect condition Part 8 mask and his part 8 clothes. The film ends with Jason getting hit in the head with a machete (giving him the part 8 axe mark) and falling into Camp Crystal Lake. Final shot of the movie would be the boat from Jason Takes manhattan opening scene with the guy fishing and reeling in the Part 8 mask.

I want to make a winter themed movie that is different and also explains where the fuck Jason got his new outfit while under water, new gloves etc and why a "fake" Jason mask has the axe mark. Oh and Thom Mathews would be in it :) 

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I would have it set in modern day and not a direct sequel to any of the existing movies. 

 

It would start with the character of Jimmy J who runs a search for jason weekend tour business. 

It would be like those groups that have a fun weekend package camping out but instead of looking for aliens, big foot or the Loch Ness monster, it's yours truly - the legend of jason vorhees. 

A group of jason fans -  a stoner, hipster,  athletic dude, intellectual smart ass, slutty girls (stereotypes right :) hop aboard Jimmy's camper bus and head towards the old crystal lake for the weekend. 

They visit some of the areas led by jimmy who recounts horrific stories on the savage massacres that have taken place. Jimmy also has some surprises planned for the group with actors out at the camp, screwing with them, but as Jimmy finds the one of the dead actors, this means one thing - jason is no legend, he's real! 

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I had an idea for a prequel trilogy that sets up Jason Goes to Hell. The premise would be that Jason Goes to Hell is actually its own seperate continuity, which consists of: Friday the 13th (1980), reboot 1, reboot pt. 2, reboot pt. 3, JGTH, FVJ, and Jason X. Ash from Evil Dead would make a guest appearance

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So I don't mean to bring a thread back from the dead but this is something I've thought about plenty.

I would make Friday the 13th: Part XIII - Jason Dies
I would make it clear from the get go - in all the advertisement and such that Jason is going to be done. Part 13 is the last movie, period.

Here's what I would do for the canon.

1. Part 1 up through FvJ would be canon. They happened.

2. Jason X is not canon, but it exists in canon. People are screwed up. Jason has become a myth, a legend. So people come up with myths and legends and Jason X is one such version - a hack science fiction writer got a movie made about serial killer Jason Vorhees going to space. (Not unlike how there are shlocky movies in the real world depicting space Hitler or other bizarre scenarios in b or even c-horror.) The remake is just someone's retelling of the first three movies as a "docu-drama," and therefore is also "within canon but not canon."

The premise would be simple.

Winter has come to Crystal Lake. Forgotten are the days of the bloodshed, the camp ground now hosts winter camp for scouts and other groups and organizations. Jason hasn't been disturbed for years - perhaps times have changed. Yet when a gang trespasses into his territory while dumping a body, they come face to face with the undead killer. Jason begins to stalk the camp grounds, but as the bodies of the gang members surface, it draws the attention of law enforcement and an older and haunted Tommy Jarvis, leading to what will be a frozen showdown with the unkillable.

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I'm not posting my idea because I'm going to actually make it someday, even if it's just a fan film like Never Hike Alone. 

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On ‎13‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 5:27 AM, Rykoth said:

So I don't mean to bring a thread back from the dead but this is something I've thought about plenty.

I would make Friday the 13th: Part XIII - Jason Dies
I would make it clear from the get go - in all the advertisement and such that Jason is going to be done. Part 13 is the last movie, period.

Here's what I would do for the canon.

1. Part 1 up through FvJ would be canon. They happened.

2. Jason X is not canon, but it exists in canon. People are screwed up. Jason has become a myth, a legend. So people come up with myths and legends and Jason X is one such version - a hack science fiction writer got a movie made about serial killer Jason Vorhees going to space. (Not unlike how there are shlocky movies in the real world depicting space Hitler or other bizarre scenarios in b or even c-horror.) The remake is just someone's retelling of the first three movies as a "docu-drama," and therefore is also "within canon but not canon."

The premise would be simple.

Winter has come to Crystal Lake. Forgotten are the days of the bloodshed, the camp ground now hosts winter camp for scouts and other groups and organizations. Jason hasn't been disturbed for years - perhaps times have changed. Yet when a gang trespasses into his territory while dumping a body, they come face to face with the undead killer. Jason begins to stalk the camp grounds, but as the bodies of the gang members surface, it draws the attention of law enforcement and an older and haunted Tommy Jarvis, leading to what will be a frozen showdown with the unkillable.

Like the idea but I hate films with subtitles like "Jason Dies" ... totally gives away the ending. Same with "Freddy's Dead", I didn't see the point in watching it as the outcome was already confirmed. 

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I'm actually serious about making a legit Friday fan film. It's going to feature sackhead Jason and I'm going to film the majority of it in my backyard, and other parts at a friend's house because there's an abandoned shack in his backyard that I wanna use for Jason's house. 

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Well, as far as the film with "Jason's Dead" or what not, I'd choose it because I'd want people to ask if it's a literal meaning or metaphorical.

So, the idea gestated in my head for fun.

I'm picturing this as the opening to the very last (and 13th!) installment of Friday the 13th.

It's winter time. The lake has frozen over. Years removed from the events of FvJ, it appears Crystal Lake has new cabins, built not just for the summer, but for the winter as well. Nobody is there however. Headlights can be seen. A bunch of gang members are driving into the woods to dump a body - after all, if a body surfaces on Crystal Lake, everyone will blame the entity called "Jason," a notorious serial killer that died yet every so many years people claim has come back to life.

One of these gang members is newer, and has serious reservations. It's noticed. Several of the more experienced gang members realize that this kid doesn't have the stomach for it, but he knows too much and has seen too much. But because this is a Friday movie and most folks aren't *that* intelligent in these movies, they decide to play a little game with this new blood. So they march him through the woods and offer him a chance to be a full member in the gang. Sure enough they find the run down shack that Jason dwelled in from Part 2. They go in and investigate, with the gang members saying that the newcomer has to look death in the eye - sure enough they find Pamela's head, now nothing more than a skull and the ruins of the shirt that Ginny once donned to trick him.

At that point, a gun gets put to the back of the head of the newbie. "Sorry kid, you just can't be trusted to be one of us." The gun goes off. The kid dies, but a figure bursts through the walls. Jason was idle, dormant even perhaps, but his dormant state was disturbed by the gang members. They shoot at him and he does nothing but shrug it off. One of Jason's hands has fingers missing from his fight with Freddy, and he seems frosted over by the cold, but he relentlessly pursues the gang members.

One by one they fall, until the leader crosses the frozen over Crystal Lake. Jason stares. He tilts his head. The ice breaks and the lake swallows the leader whole.

Cut to the credits. Friday the 13th Part XIII: The Death of Jason Vorhees.

We then cut in to a survivor's meeting - all the final girls that survived the events of the previous movies (not counting the remake or Jason X.) And the movie begins from there.

This time, a camp is opened up for winter, and a dangerous blizzard strands the campers there. The story would involve the surviving final girls, the return of Tommy Jarvis (maybe take an inspiration from Never Hike Alone(?)) and of course a new cast of killable counselors. Children are actually at the cabins however, leading to a number of *tense as hell* scenes (which of course, anyone who knows the character knows he probably wouldn't hurt a kid, but the question could still be asked.) Somehow the story would end with Jason's death in some way shape or fashion, but not necessarily a physical death. Surely he would be defeated, but he'd leave behind a massive body count.

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