Friday 13th – Script Spoiler



Die Jungs von CHUD haben mit den Machern des Remakes geredet und einiges über den Plot des kommenden „Freitag, der 13.“-Reboots erfahren:

The new Friday the 13th is going to open with Jason as a legend in the Crystal Lake area. Five kids out in the woods looking for a bunch of weed they planted and stumble upon the deserted Camp Crystal Lake. Sitting around the fire that night, the dweeby one (there’s always a dweeby one) tells the legend of Jason Voorhees. After that the Survivor Girl and her boyfriend wander off into the woods, where they find a shitty old cabin. Inside are some clues, like a bed with the name Jason carved in it. An old picture of a girl who looks just like Survivor Girl.

And Mama Voorhees’ head.

Cue Jason. He murderizes the other four kids, and as he grabs Survivor Girl… slam into the opening credits.

This sounds like a terrific way to revive the series. We get right to the point, and it opens damn strong. From there the movie essentially becomes a rehash of the first four movies, but who is going to complain about that? One of the big changes is that the script attempts to explain some of Jason’s supernatural aspects – the script goes out of its way to specify that he’s a human being, not a zombie or a superman – including revealing that our favorite hockey masked killer has a series of hidden tunnels under the woods and the old camp, which is what allows him to pop up at the most inopportune moments.

Jason ist also kein Zombie, hat ein Tunnelsystem am Crystal Lake und bringt noch vor den Opening Titles vier Kids um. Was soll ich sagen? Ich find’s gut.

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    Das rockt doch!

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