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The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees (2002)

A documentary on the history of the Friday the 13th films.

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A look back at the history of one of the most successful and long-running film franchises of all time, Friday the 13th, including the evolution of the Jason character, how Kane Hodder came to play the part, and a look at makeup effects. Includes interviews with Hodder, Joe Bob Briggs, and Sean S. Cunningham. Written by Anonymous

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Because Paramount still owns the rights to the first eight Friday the 13th films, no footage from these films could be used in this documentary. See more »

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19 April 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An extra on the "Jason X" DVD, This is just an average documentary about the "Friday the 13th" franchise. It doesn't have any new nuggets of info even for the most casual viewer. the 30 minutes only made me long for the old Paramount Friday movies, as the Ne Line ones pretty much suck This gets plus points for having Joe Bob Briggs in it, but those points are evened out by having Drew McWeenie AKA: Moriarty (I dislike Ain't It Cool-related people). It's OK, but feels a little like a fluff piece then anything else. Feel free to skip it, you won't miss anything. Ironically it still is better then any of the Friday films that New Line has put out.

My Grade: C-


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