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You’ve heard the rumors and they are true: Scream Factory – with collaboration from Paramount Studios and New Line Cinema &#8211; is releasing the FRIDAY THE 13TH COLLECTION (DELUXE EDITION) Blu-ray set with a planned release of October 13th!

We’re honored and beyond excited to have the chance to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the original 1980 classic in a big way. And rest assured, we will do our absolute best to make this the most definitive release ever of this iconic franchise. We genuinely love it just as much as you!

Here’s the details we can give you at this time:

• This is a Region A (U.S. &amp; Canada) release.

• Housed in new collectible rigid slipcover case and packed with hours and hours of new and existing special features, this 16-disc set includes all 12 films: Friday the 13th (1980), Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981), Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982), Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984), Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (1985), Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986), Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988), Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989), Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday (1993), Jason X (2001), Freddy vs. Jason (2003) and Friday the 13th (Remake) (2009).

• Each film inside the slipcover packaging will receive a dedicated Blu-ray case featuring original theatrical artwork. (Similar to how we presented Halloween, The Omen, The Fly and Critters boxsets.) Some films in the set will have reversible sleeves with alternative cover art, giving you the option to swap them around.

• New &amp; existing extras from prior home entertainment releases are in progress and will be revealed in full on a later date. (The COVID situation prevented us from getting everything finalized before today’s announce.) What we can confirm at present can be found listed on our product page here: https://www.shoutfactory.com/product/friday-the-13th-collection-deluxe-edition?product_id=7444 . Some highlights include two bonus discs packed with extras, an exclusive 40pg collectible essay booklet with archival still photography, and new 4K film transfers for Friday the 13th (1980) (Both theatrical &amp; unrated versions), Friday the 13th Part 2, Friday the 13th Part 3 (in 2D – and, FINALLY, presented in real 3D), Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter and Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (both theatrical and unrated versions).

• Only 13,000 units of the set are being made. Expect pre-order pages to go up soon from your favorite online retailers.

• **SPECIAL SHOUT FACTORY WEBSITE ONLY OFFER**: However, if you order directly from us @ https://www.shoutfactory.com/product/friday-the-13th-collection-deluxe-edition?product_id=7444you will receive the boxset, an exclusive limited edition 36&#8243; x 24&#8243; rolled lithograph featuring the new slipcase artwork from artist Devon Whitehead, and an exclusive limited edition 24” x 36” Friday the 13th 40th Anniversary rolled poster featuring new artwork from artist Joel Robinson. This unique offer will be limited to 1313 pieces so if you must have it, act soon!

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It's nice, but I think I'll probably wait for the smaller slim-down version like Scream did with the Halloween series.
 

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Shout has the specs up. They didn't say one way or the other but I'm sure that the original sound mixes for the fourth to eighth movies will be on these discs unlike the previous Blu-ray set.

DISCS ONE & TWO: FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980)

  • NEW 4K Scan Of The Original Camera Negative (Theatrical Cut And Unrated Cut)
  • Audio Commentary With Director Sean S. Cunningham, Screenwriter Victor Miller, And More (Unrated Cut)
  • Fresh Cuts: New Tales From Friday The 13th
  • The Man Behind The Legacy: Sean S. Cunningham
  • A Friday The 13th Reunion
  • Lost Tales From Camp Blood – Part 1
  • Vintage Fangoria Magazine Article (BD Rom – NEW To The Set)
  • TV Spots (NEW To The Set)
  • S. Radio Spots (NEW To The Set)
  • K. Radio Spot (NEW To The Set)
  • S. Theatrical Trailer
  • International Theatrical Trailer (NEW To The Set)
DISC THREE: FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 2 (1981)

  • NEW 4K Scan Of The Original Camera Negative
  • Amy Steel Podcast Interview
  • Inside Crystal Lake Memories: The Book
  • Friday's Legacy: Horror Conventions
  • Lost Tales From Camp Blood – Part 2
  • Vintage Fangoria Magazine Article (BD Rom – NEW To The Set)
  • Radio Spots (NEW To The Set)
  • TV Spots (NEW To The Set)
  • Theatrical Trailer
DISC FOUR: FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3 (1982)

  • NEW 4K Scan From The Original Film Elements
  • In 2D And A NEW 3D Version
  • Audio Commentary With Actors Larry Zerner, Paul Kratka, Richard Brooker, And Dana Kimmell
  • Fresh Cuts: 3D Terror
  • Legacy Of The Mask
  • Slasher Films: Going For The Jugular
  • Lost Tales From Camp Blood – Part 3
  • Vintage Fangoria Magazine Article (BD Rom – NEW To The Set)
  • TV Spots (NEW To The Set)
  • Radio Spots (NEW To The Set)
  • Theatrical Trailer
DISC FIVE: FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE FINAL CHAPTER (1984)

  • NEW 4K Scan Of The Original Camera Negative
  • Audio Commentary With Director Joe Zito, Screenwriter Barney Cohen, And Editor Joel Goodman
  • Audio Commentary With Fans/Filmmakers Adam Green And Joe Lynch
  • Lost Tales From Camp Blood – Part 4
  • Slashed Scenes With Audio Commentary By Director Joseph Zito
  • Jason's Unlucky Day: 25 Years After Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter
  • The Lost Ending
  • The Crystal Lake Massacres Revisited Part I
  • Jimmy's Dead Dance Moves
  • Vintage Fangoria Magazine Article (BD Rom – NEW To The Set)
  • TV Spot (NEW To The Set)
  • Radio Spots (NEW To The Set)
  • Theatrical Trailer
DISC SIX: FRIDAY THE 13TH PART V: A NEW BEGINNING (1985)

  • NEW Audio Commentary With Melanie Kinnaman, Deborah Voorhees, And Tiffany Helm
  • Audio Commentary With Director/Co-screenwriter Danny Steinmann, Actors John Shepherd And Shavar Ross
  • Audio Commentary With Fans/Filmmakers Adam Green And Joe Lynch (NEW To The Set)
  • Lost Tales From Camp Blood – Part 5
  • The Crystal Lake Massacres Revisited Part II
  • New Beginnings: The Making Of Friday The 13th Part V
  • Vintage Fangoria Magazine Article (BD Rom – NEW To The Set)
  • TV Spots (NEW To The Set)
  • Theatrical Trailer
DISC SEVEN: FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VI: JASON LIVES (1986)

  • NEW Audio Commentary With Thom Mathews, Vinny Gustaferro, Kerry Noonan, Cynthia Kania, And CJ Graham
  • Audio Commentary With Writer/Director Tom McLoughlin
  • Audio Commentary With Writer/Director Tom McLoughlin, Actor Vincent Guastaferro, And Editor Bruce Green
  • Audio Commentary With Fans/Filmmakers Adam Green And Joe Lynch (NEW To The Set)
  • Lost Tales From Camp Blood - Part 6
  • The Crystal Lake Massacres Revisited Part III
  • Jason Lives: The Making Of Friday The 13th: Part VI
  • Meeting Mr. Voorhees
  • Slashed Scenes
  • Vintage Fangoria Magazine Article (BD Rom – NEW To The Set)
  • TV Spots (New to the Set)
  • Theatrical Trailer
DISC EIGHT: FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VII: THE NEW BLOOD (1987)

  • Audio Commentary With Director John Carl Buechler And Actor Kane Hodder
  • Audio Commentary With Director John Carl Buechler And actors Lar Park Lincoln And Kane Hodder
  • Jason's Destroyer: The Making Of Friday The 13th Part VII
  • Mind Over Matter: The Truth About Telekinesis
  • Makeover By Maddy: Need A Little Touch-Up Work, My A**
  • Slashed Scenes With Introduction
  • Vintage Fangoria Magazine Article (BD Rom – NEW To The Set)
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spot (NEW To The Set)
DISC NINE: FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VIII: JASON TAKES MANHATTAN (1989)

  • Audio Commentary With Director Rob Hedden
  • Audio Commentary With Actors Scott Reeves, Jensen Daggett, And Kane Hodder
  • New York Has A New Problem: The Making Of Friday The 13th Part VIII – Jason Takes Manhattan
  • Slashed Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spots (NEW To The Set)
DISCS TEN & ELEVEN: JASON GOES TO HELL: THE FINAL FRIDAY (1993)

  • NEW 2K Scan Of The Original Film Elements (Theatrical Version)
  • NEW 2K Scan Of The Original Film Elements With HD inserts (Unrated Version)
  • NEW Interviews With Sean Cunningham, Noel Cunningham, Adam Marcus, And Kane Hodder
  • NEW Audio Commentary With Adam Marcus And Author Peter Bracke
  • Audio Commentary With Director Adam Marcus And Screenwriter Dean Lorey
  • Additional TV Footage With NEW Optional Audio Commentary With Director Adam Marcus And Author Peter Bracke
  • Electronic Press Kit (NEW To The Set)
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spots (NEW To The Set)
DISC TWELVE: JASON X (2002)

  • NEW Audio Commentary With Kane Hodder, Writer Todd Farmer, And Peter Bracke
  • NEW Interviews With Sean Cunningham, Noel Cunningham, Kane Hodder, Kristi Angus, And Todd Farmer
  • Audio Commentary With Director Jim Isaac, Writer Todd Farmer, And Producer Noel Cunningham
  • The Many Lives Of Jason Voorhees – A Documentary On The History Of Jason
  • By Any Means Necessary: The Making Of Jason X – Making-Of/Production Documentary
  • Electronic Press Kit (NEW To The Set)
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spot (NEW To The Set)
DISC THIRTEEN: FREDDY VS. JASON (2003)

  • Audio Commentary With Director Ronny Yu, Actors Robert Englund And Ken Kirzinger
  • 21 Deleted/Alternate Scenes, Including The Original Opening And Ending With Optional Commentary By Director Ronny Yu And Executive Producer Douglas Curtis
  • Behind-The-Scenes Coverage Of The Film's Development – Including Screenwriting, Set Design, Makeup, Stunts, And Principal Photography
  • Visual Effects Exploration
  • My Summer Vacation: A Visit To Camp Hackenslash
  • Pre-Fight Press Conference At Bally’s Casino In Las Vegas
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spots
  • Music Video: Ill Nino "How Can I Live"
DISC FOURTEEN: FRIDAY THE 13TH (2009)

  • Hacking Back/Slashing Forward – Remembering The Groundbreaking Original Movie
  • Terror Trivia Track With Picture-In-Picture Comments From The Cast And Crew
  • The Rebirth Of Jason Voorhees – A Look At The Making Of
  • Additional Slashed Scenes
  • The Best 7 Kills
DISC FIFTEEN: BONUS DISC (#1)

  • NEW Interview With Composer Harry Manfredini
  • NEW Location Featurette On Parts 1 & 2
  • The Friday The 13th Chronicles – An 8-Part Featurette
  • Secrets Galore Behind The Gore – A 3-Part Featurette
  • Crystal Lake Victims Tell All!
  • Tales From The Cutting Room Floor
  • Friday The 13th Artifacts And Collectibles
  • Jason Forever – Q&A With Ari Lehman, Warrington Gillette, C.J. Graham, And Kane Hodder
  • And More To Be Announced…
DISC SIXTEEN: BONUS DISC (#2)

  • Scream Queens: Horror Heroines Exposed (2014) – Including Interviews With Adrienne King And Melanie Kinnaman (78 minutes)
  • Slice And Dice: The Slasher Film Forever (2013) – Including Interviews With Corey Feldman And John Carl Buechler (75 minutes)
  • Trailer Reel – All 12 Trailers In A Row
  • Friday The 13th (2009) TV Spots
  • Friday The 13th (2009) Electronic Press Kit
  • And More To Be Announced…
 
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OK so i originally got the tin Paramount put out, and picked up Crystal Lake Memories along the way, great documentary that shout should have added to this, the big box i am OK with, one thing will make this an instant purchase, Friday the 13th Part 3D, in real 3D, not color anaglyphic
 

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The 3D version of 3 is a big surprise - I’ve never seen any other F13 movie and to be honest it’s not usually my cup of tea but that 3D movie is so over the top fun I might be tempted to bite.
Same here, although Bob Furmanek is posting on another site that he doesn’t know who did the 3-D work and has no idea if the vertical misalignment and left/right lens distortions have been corrected.:huh:
 

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I'd recommend that anyone only really interested in the 3-D wait to hear about it before spending the money. There's 13,000 copies of the sets so I can't imagine them selling out that quickly. I'm a massive fan of these admittedly goofy movies (the first 8 anyway) so I have no problem pre-ordering.
 

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I guess its nice to have a non-anaglyph version of Part III on disc at last...even though the market for said format didn't need Jason to kill it.

Oh yeah, only care about the first film so I'll wait on a separate release,
 

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I’m sold! I never got that tin set from several years ago and recently look up how expensive they are on eBay. VERY glad this is coming, and with a bunch of new commentaries to boot!
 

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I'd recommend that anyone only really interested in the 3-D wait to hear about it before spending the money. There's 13,000 copies of the sets so I can't imagine them selling out that quickly. I'm a massive fan of these admittedly goofy movies (the first 8 anyway) so I have no problem pre-ordering.
As a follow up to this, Shout just announced that they were changing the number of lithographs from 1,313 copies to 7,000 (!) so they must be burning through their copies. Also, that only leaves 6,000 available to Amazon, etc. so not to set off panic buying but this may sell faster than I expected.
 

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It's listed as a new 3-D version, but doesn't specifically say Blu-ray 3-D as opposed to a new anaglyph version, unless I overlooked it somewhere. Folks in the comments seem to indicate it's the real deal. Fingers crossed. And maybe for individual releases for folks that don't need or want the whole set.

 

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I see that the press release confirms it is an actual 3-D blu-ray.


Now, let's just hope it's good 3-D work.
 
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I'm not holding my breath for a real Blu Ray of this title but I hope they do the right thing. It's been long enough and I don't know anyone who enjoys the anaglyph version. Regardless of what is released, I won't be getting rid of my original 35mm 3D print which looks great. My print still has about 75% of it's color. To me it's a keeper. There were some alignment issues with the original 3D work but when I switched over my 3D lens from polarized to Dolby filters, most of those issues disappeared. The worse alignment issue on the original film print was the scene where the rat walked out toward the camera with Edna looking on. With whatever process Dolby developed for 3D (color spectrum) it got completely rid of that error as well as others.
I've got all the Friday BD's I want so I'll wait and hope the part 3 will be released by itself and only if it's the REAL thing.
 

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As a follow up to this, Shout just announced that they were changing the number of lithographs from 1,313 copies to 7,000 (!) so they must be burning through their copies. Also, that only leaves 6,000 available to Amazon, etc. so not to set off panic buying but this may sell faster than I expected.
I think this is going to sell out rather quickly. I mean if RAD(1986) can sell all 12,000 limited copies in a few short days, I would expect at least as much from this popular 80's series.