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Friday the 13th (Extended Killer Cut and Theatrical Cut) [Blu-ray] (2009)

Derek Mears , Jared Padalecki , Marcus Nispel  |  R |  Blu-ray
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (952 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Derek Mears, Jared Padalecki, Arlen Escarpeta, Danielle Panabaker, Ben Feldman
  • Directors: Marcus Nispel
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, Widescreen, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby TrueHD 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 16, 2009
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (952 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0026UZHS2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,931 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Friday the 13th (Extended Killer Cut and Theatrical Cut) [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

Special Features

Hacking Back/Slashing Forward: remembering the groundbreaking original movie (in high definition)

Terror Trivia Track with Picture in Picture

The Seven Best Kills (in high definition)

Explore the rebirth of Jason Voorhees for a new moviegoing era (in high definition)

Additional slashed scenes

Exclusive features via BD-Live


Editorial Reviews

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If you thought a bigger budget and an A-list producer (Michael Bay) would go to Jason's head, well, forget it. The indestructible villain of so many bottom-of-the-barrel shockers isn't about to change his shtick, and the 2009 Friday the 13th proves it. This, the umpteenth sequel (nope, it's not a remake of the origin story) to the original 1980 movie, gives us a clever prologue that manages to fit an entire Jason Voorhees killing spree in a brisk and bloody 20 minutes. Jumping ahead six weeks, the film introduces a carload of clueless teens headed for a weekend at a lakeside cabin, plus a lone motorcyclist (Jared Padalecki) in search of his missing sister (Amanda Righetti). When the "lakeside" happens to refer to Crystal Lake, of course, there can be only one outcome. Cue the hockey mask, and pass the machete. Bay and director Marcus Nispel, who collaborated on the Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake, are surprisingly indifferent to changing up the formula this time, although there's more care taken in building up a few characters, and for once the comic relief (mostly supplied by Aaron Yoo and Arlen Escarpeta) is pretty funny. You might even regret the slaughter of a couple of these young folk, which is an unusual feeling in Friday-watching. The film's Jason is quite the athletic fellow, and he's assembled an elaborate underground corpse-hiding lair in the vicinity of Crystal Lake. How he's been able to live down there for 30 years (if the film's own timeline is to be believed) and had enough unwitting campers pass by to keep himself entertained is anybody's guess. But if they keep coming, he'll keep slashing. --Robert Horton

Also on the disc
The Blu-ray disc includes both the extended Killer Cut (which is 106 minutes compared to 97) and the theatrical cut, though it defaults to play the Killer Cut; if you want the theatrical cut, you have to select it on the special-features menu. It's hard to imagine choosing to watch the theatrical cut, however. In addition to some more of Amanda Righetti and of Jason, the extra nine minutes is mostly more gore in the gory scenes and more sex in the sexy scenes. If you're squeamish you might not want those things, but if you're that squeamish you probably don't want to watch Friday the 13th in the first place, right? The longer cut will give you more of the stuff that you probably watch this movie for. But the theatrical cut is on the disc if you want it, as well as a couple of 11-minute featurettes on the new movie and the franchise, three deleted scenes (a different version of Jason getting his mask, the police response to the phone call, and a revised climax), and "The 7 Best Kills," which provides behind-the-scenes info on key deaths. A commentary track, which combines movie and franchise trivia with picture-in-picture footage of crew members discussing the film, is pretty sporadic (it tends to appear more frequently on the important scenes) and repeats some of the info in other features (which is pretty common). --David Horiuchi

Product Description

A group of young adults discover a boarded up Camp Crystal Lake, where they soon encounter Jason Voorhees (Mears) and his deadly intentions.

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50 of 54 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Camp Blood - the original October 5, 2007
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
What can I really say that hasn't already been said about this first venture into the life of Jason Voorhees? Before the Blair Witch was haunting the woods, before the werewolves of Dog Soldiers were stomping around in the dark, before countless other copy-cat wannabes, there was the menacing killer of Friday the 13th.

To be sure, John Carpenter hit the nail on the head a few years prior with the classic Halloween, but Friday the 13th also opened audience's eyes to a new breed of horror movie - the gory serial killing scream-fest.

For those in the know, Jason doesn't make an appearance until Part 2, but his legacy is revealed in fine family fashion here. The simple plot entails a small boy who drowns at a summer camp while the counselors are busy getting busy. Needless to say, his mom is rather pissed and unforgiving, and Jason just might not be dead...

The killings, for early 80's, are quite inventive - an ax through the head, an arrow through the neck, and lots of fun at the archery range are just a few of the treats in store. Effects were good because the master Tom Savini was just getting his shoes muddy and honing his skills. Love it.

Kevin Bacon, for those of you who were born under a rock, makes his screen debut here, rivaling Johnny Depp's nasty demise in A Nightmare on Elm Street.

The ending is one of those great surprises in film. If you didn't gasp or scream the first time you saw it, you're lying.

No horror fan should miss this. The sequels however, particularly after the 3rd one, can be thrown in the trash and burned. Ugh.
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66 of 73 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A genre classic September 21, 2006
Format:DVD
I was working in a cinema in 1980 when this film was first released, No one expected it to take a light and it opened in one of the complex's smallest screens. Big mistake. From day one queues formed for this film and many wannabe punters were somewhat peeved for being turned away. Those who got in though experienced a genuinely scary horror film and it remains one of the best audience participation films that I have ever seen. Throughout the film, the suspense runs along and builds up to a crescendo prior to each slaying or to a false moment of fear.

The ending, however is something else. Sure it ain't exactly original but boy is it effective. I have never seen an audience scream so loudly and in total unison, and have some people visibly shaken and in tears sometimes afterwards.... Night after night, the result was the same and Friday The 13th became one of the 'sleepers' of 1980. Watch out too for a young Kevin Bacon as one of the teens in peril.

The passage of time has seen it take its place in the pantheon of really scary horror films and deservedly so. If you have not yet seen this film, then give it a go. Enjoy and be prepared to be scared.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful
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There is so much more to this movie that anyone gives it credit for. When you mention Friday the 13th, many people either dismiss it for being "just a slasher flick" or a "Halloween rip-off." Most people do not see the artistic value in Friday the 13th because they simply do not expect it to be in this kind of movie or do not want to acknowledge it, as a result of already having their closed (typical critic know it all) minds made up.

First off, Friday the 13th is not a Halloween rip-off. When Carpenter's equally classic Halloween generated top box office revenue in 1978 and 1979, many eyebrows raised within the film industry. Among those were the brows of a few people in particular. Sean (director) Cunningham, Victor (credited writer) Miller, Ron (unaccredited writer) Kurz, Steve (producer) Miner, and Georgetown (independent film production company) Productions all wanted in on the profit made by the Halloween. The only sensible thing they could think of doing was to produce a similar product, which became Friday the 13th.

Sean wanted to make the same kind of money that John made, but he knew he would have to make his film a little different. Instead of just having a walking masked madman on the loose, he and Victor came up with a story that is quite brilliant. Sure, certain scenes in Friday the 13th may have been taken from Halloween, but you can say the same thing about Halloween taking some scenes from Psycho. Friday the 13th, whether it was on purpose or not, utilized a couple of really good themes in their story telling, beyond the typical moral theme that everyone associates with these movies like sex leads to death.

The first theme that Friday the 13th throws in your face is the idea of isolated mass hysteria.
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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Gold Standard July 29, 2009
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I've already recorded my thoughts on the original Friday the 13th. I think it's among the top two or three greatest slasher films ever made. It has a kind of 'Blair Witch Project' feel about it, as you never see who or what you are dealing with until very close to the end. This creates an aura of dread, as well as a nearly tangible feeling that these characters are pretty much doomed.

I don't waste too much time mincing words about such matters-to me, this is a great movie. Not just a great slasher film, but a great film, by ANY standards. And it continues to grow on me. By now, I've seen it around 100 times, but I continue to like it better over time.

One word of caution, though. They refer to it as 'uncut',as if this is a big deal. I expected there to be major differences, such as reinserted deleted scenes or something of that nature. There isn't. So don't expect to get anything radically different than what you've had in the past. In fact, the major difference-the death scene of Kevin Bacon-looked better BEFORE. Some things get cut for a reason.

But the picture and sound quality are outstanding. The other special features are okay. But if you are satisfied with the version you have at present, there is no overwhelming reason to replace your old dvd with this one.

A lot has been said about this being a graphically violent film. That may be the case, up to a point. But I believe that it's often what you DON'T see that most powerfully affects your imagination. And that's where this movie really sets itself apart. The killer is hardly ever shown, up until the final twenty minutes,but their presense hovers ominously and continually over the entire movie.

For example, you could consider the scene where the girl is brushing her teeth at the sink.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Friday fan
As a fan of all of the Friday the 13th movies, I appreciated the return to the form of the older movies. Reimagined, scary, and cool.
Published 1 day ago by Ralph
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic
Classic scary movie! It had been so long I forgot how much nudity and sex there really was... Not for kids for sure...
Published 5 days ago by MM
5.0 out of 5 stars It's not John Carpenter's halloween, but still a real classic
I wanted to show my teen-aged children the original Friday the 13th. Still not as good as the original Halloween, but the early slasher movies are real classics
Published 10 days ago by John Robinson
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
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Published 17 days ago by Kyle Harvey
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great collection
Published 1 month ago by R. Ryan
5.0 out of 5 stars Killer cut
Saw this movie on opening day, the theater was packed. The movie was actually very good, especially compared to some of the others in the series. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Fishingman
1.0 out of 5 stars A Review NOT for the films but for this UNHOLY MESS!
Amazon, you need get control of this damnable mess of reviews! Every review for Friday the 13th ever put to any format is under the same title and it's a mish mash of the 1980... Read more
Published 1 month ago by SharkyTreats
5.0 out of 5 stars IT'S THE REMAKE!!!!
What in the blue hell is wrong with all these reviewers talking about the 80's Friday The 13th? Is anyone aware this is the remake? Por el amor de...... Read more
Published 1 month ago by Aristopheles
3.0 out of 5 stars Nothing new
This movie is best described as a remake of other Friday the 13th movies with better graphics and little story change.
Published 1 month ago by Jonathan Bryant
5.0 out of 5 stars Jason is fun
Come on it's Friday the 13th and Jason is killing teenagers what else could you ask for? Yes there is the ever present showing of boobs to make it complete!
Published 1 month ago by Russ Elliott
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It seems like this Blu-Ray/HD technology is still a trial period in the making....way too many bugs that still need to be ironed out. I just began watching 'Halloween II' (Rob Zombie version) and can't be distracted by how grainy the picture is. I hate to say it, but the cons far outweigh the... Read More
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How Do you access the "Killer Cut" on Blu-Ray
I had the same problem going from Theatrical back to Uncut. Someone totally f-ed up the user interface on this one; Michael Bay probably designed it, personally.
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