As it turns out, the next public tour of Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco is set to go down on Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14. That’s right, the real life location that served as Camp Crystal Lake during the filming of the original movie from 1980 will soon be open to a select amount of diehard fans and trivia buffs. In fact, one could say this is doubly special with it being a real location that’s still standing, as opposed to a backlot.
For more on what’s going on,
Crystal Lake Tours' Friday the 13th experiences will fittingly place on Friday, April 13th and Saturday, April 14th. Since there is limited space, the attendees for the regular tours will be selected via an online lottery system here, while those interested in spending the night can place a bid for a VIP ticket here.
Entries for the online lottery close on March 5th,
The catch is, there's a very high-demand for an experience such as this. To make the experience of staying the night at the place where Friday the 13th was filmed even more appealing, Adrienne King, one of the stars of the movie, will be on hand at the event. So, how does one get the chance to stay overnight
Press Release: Wild Eye Releasing, a growing leader in independent cinema since 2008, in association with Midnight Monster Movies are hosting a day of splastastic, fantastic horror fun as they host a marathon of some of Wild Eye’s most popular releases.
The event, being held at the Gateway Film Center in Ohio on September 16/17, features a full 24 hours of the Wild Eye catalogue as well as dinner and breakfast.
With the assistance of Wild Eye president Rob Hauschild, who admits his product and practices are unapologetically based on those of B-movie legend Roger Corman, organizer (Dr) Bob Tesla, fictional younger brother of Nikola Tesla,
Reflecting back upon his strong history with the Friday the 13th franchise, Pullin notes, “I love the Friday films, they’re always a lot of fun to revisit. I think Manfredini’s score is essential to the series,
Directed by Larry Stewart.
Starring Daphne Zuniga, Clu Gulager, Vera Miles, James Read, Marilyn Kagan.
When a college prank goes wrong a group of teenage girls find themselves at the mercy of a killer.
Originally released during the dying breaths of the first run of slasher films, The Initiation is a film that ticks all the boxes as far as slashers go but doesn’t do enough to raise the bar in any way, and seeing as this came out a month after Wes Craven’s groundbreaking A Nightmare on Elm Street changed the horror landscape forever it does look a little old hat when put up against that film and the Friday the 13th sequels that were proving popular at the time.
Kelly Fairchild (Daphne Zuniga – The Fly II) is a teenage student who suffers from bad dreams about a man on fire attacking her parents.
It’s something of an understatement to say that the work of poet and short story writer Edgar Allan Poe has had a lasting effect on the horror genre. Especially when it comes to horror cinema in particular. It’s not so long ago that we had the likes of P.O.E.: Poetry of Eerie and it’s sequel Project of Evil, David DeCoteaus’s The Pit and the Pendulum, and the animated anthology Extraordinary Tales; and now comes Tales of Poe – which adapts Poe’s short stories The Tell Tale Heart, Cask of Amontillado and Dreams.
The first story, The Tell Tale Heart,
Directed by Bart Mastronardi, Alan Rowe Kelly
Starring Caroline Williams, Debbie Rochon, Adrienne King, Amy Steel, Alan Rowe Kelly, Brewster McCall, Randy Jones.
An anthology film based on three of Edgar Allen Poe’s popular stories The Tell Tale Heart, Cask of Amontillado and Dreams.
Anthology films are well loved among horror aficionados, with the technique of bringing short stories out in segmented films stretching back to the very start of cinema. Edgar Allen Poe readers have been well served in the past, with 1962’s Tales of Terror striking that vital spot somewhere between black comedy and horror wonderfully well.
This film from Mastronardi and Kelly also manages to pull off the difficult trick of providing out and out bloody horror alongside a thoughtful and wryly humorous take on three of the master storyteller’s works.
Opening the show is an exquisitely grim retelling of possibly
Edgar Allan Poe is resurrected by iconic Scream Queens as Wild Eye Releasing brings Tales of Poe to DVD and Digital HD October 11th.
Check out all the details below.
From The Press Release
Wild Eye Releasing has announced the October 11th DVD and Digital HD release of the acclaimed horror anthology Tales of Poe. Since the world premiere at the famous Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, Tales of Poe has been met with acclaim and awards on the festival circuit. San Francisco Weekly called the anthology "a worthy successor to the Roger Corman/ Vincent Price Poe films" while Icons of Fright hailed the result as "downright stunning to witness...wickedly adventurous".
Co-directed by Bart Mastronardi and Alan Rowe Kelly and co-written by Michael Varrati, Tales of Poe combines the classic horror prose with the star power of legendary scream queens Adrienne King (Friday the 13th, Friday the 13th Part 2
Check Out Preview Pages and Cover Art for Night Trap #4: "Night Trap #4
(W) Cullen Bunn (A) J.B. Bastos
"What happened to you, Kelly?" The answer to this might save their lives - or end them - as Kelly's traumatic past boils to the surface in a final showdown with the Trapper. Acclaimed horror writer Cullen Bunn's unexpected twist on the slasher genre concludes in this non-stop blood-streaked fight to the finish!
In Shops: Sep. 14th, 2016
Tales of Poe on DVD Forevermore: Press Release: "New York, NY -
This writer is pleased to be returning to Flashback Weekend for my sixth year as co-host. Two personal highlights for me at this year’s convention have to be the Scream Reunion Screening and Q&A on Saturday evening, featuring Neve Campbell, Skeet Ulrich, and Matthew Lillard, as well as seeing Don Coscarelli returning to Flashback, this time with Phantasm: Remastered in tow.
Other featured guests at the 2016 Flashback Weekend Horror Convention include Malcolm McDowell,
Game of Thrones Sdcc 2016 Scavenger Hunt Details: Press Release: “Wednesday, July 13, 2016 — HBO Global Licensing is excited to debut a wide array of new Game of Thrones products and convention exclusives at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, and to highlight some of its bestselling products released throughout the series’ run. To help celebrate, HBO is inviting fans to participate in a Comic-Con Scavenger Hunt, sending them on a quest to find some of the coolest Game of Thrones products available on the Comic-Con floor.
Starting Wednesday, July 20th, at 6 p.m. Pt when the convention floor opens for Preview Night,
Hi Adrienne, thanks for sitting down with Daily Dead. I’d like to start off with Friday the 13th. It’s always been my belief that Halloween is unique and an anomaly, and that Friday the 13th really set the tone for the slashers that followed.
Adrienne King: I think so, too. In terms of women not being victims, or a woman being the killer, it hadn’t really been done before. And sometimes I think about if it was accidentally empowering women, or if they just wanted to do something that had a twist. And who would have ever guessed that the killer could have been a woman? A sweet lady, too, Betsy Palmer. No one saw that coming.
My generation really didn’t know Betsy Palmer. But when my parents saw her on the screen, they were like, “Oh my god! Betsy Palmer is the killer!” They
Dan, let’s start at the start. When did you first get into horror?
Dan Doherty: I’ve been into horror since I was a kid—I’m not sure of the exact age. For me, it was a way to test my bravery. I was bullied a bit growing up, and it was a way to test it from a safe distance. And then after a while, it just becomes an adrenaline rush; you immerse yourself in a good horror film, but there isn’t much that scares me these days other than public washrooms [laughs]. I can remember watching C.H.U.D. when I was fairly young, maybe ten, but I’m not sure if that was the first. All I know is that once I was introduced to horror, I was hooked.
That seems to be the case with pretty much everyone—once you’re in,
Beating out such favorites as A Nightmare On Elm Street’s Heather Langenkamp, Scream’s Neve Campbell, and Friday The 13th’s Adrienne King, your Top 3, in ascending order, are:
#3: Sigourney Weaver as warrant officer Ellen Ripley, who survived countless Alien attacks.
#2: Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode in the Halloween series, Elizabeth Solley in The Fog, Kim in Prom Night, Alana in Terror Train, etc.
And your favorite Final Girl is…
New on DVD and Blu-ray
"Magic Mike Xxl"
Not everyone went out to see this one in a crowded theater of tittering fans. Perhaps you were waiting until Channing Tatum was available for a private showing at home? Ready or not, he's grinding your way October 6. The sequel features the usual suspects, plus Amber Heard, Donald Glover, Stephen 'tWitch' Boss, Michael Strahan, Andie MacDowell, Elizabeth Banks, and Jada Pinkett Smith. The DVD and Blu-ray combo pack both include the special features "The Moves of Magic Mike Xxl" and "Georgia," and the Blu-ray also has an Extended Malik Dance Scene.
This should warm your heart. "Batkid Begins" is out on DVD on October 6. The documentary follows the one day, in one city, when the world came
Friday the 13th Film Feast: Directed by Sean S. Cunningham, Friday the 13th stars Betsy Palmer, Adrienne King, Jeannine Taylor, Robbi Morgan, and Kevin Bacon.
"Ticket Price: $75
Age Policy: 21 and Up
A killer’s on the loose at Nitehawk Cinema and he’s serving up a multi-course dinner of fresh meat from The Meat Hook for a special Film Feast presentation of Friday The 13th.
Things don’t go so well for the reopening of Camp Crystal Lake as the new counselors are stalked and slashed…but by whom? As the
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