New Images From Friday the 13th Remake

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Those lucky horror guys over at ShockTillYouDrop.com have managed to score a whole batch of exclusive images from the upcoming Friday the 13th remake. Most of them are just images of the young, hot, inevitable victims for Jason but a few show the updated killer in his glory. Check out the pictures below (click here for the full gallery):

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Although the first two aren’t all that great (which is understandable considering we’re only seeing a snapshot of an hopefully much more exciting scene) but the third one looks great. There’s something about just seeing the legendary horror character simply standing there… watching.

I wonder if that’s in the actually movie or if it’s just a promo shot – the first two images seem to suggest they’re going to go with the full-on chase style horror movie as opposed to the subtle, “what you don’t see is scarier” approach that almost always ends up working a helluva a lot better.

I have always tried to give these remakes (horror or otherwise) a fair shake but it almost seems like on purpose that almost every one is at most average and at worst terrible. I’m willing to give this remake of yet another classic horror film a fair go as well – but I’m not holding my breath. I hope, as I always do, that it will pleasantly surprise me.

So are you liking the look of these photos and how this horror remake is shaping up? Or do you think they should have left the character well alone?

Friday the 13th is set to hit theaters on February 13th this year.

Source: ShockTillYouDrop

TAGS: friday the 13th

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  1. As a stand-alone image I like the third one a lot. Like a painting or a cover for a comic book or something, but I gave up on horror remakes a long time ago. The only one worth the money was the Dawn of the Dead remake in 2004 by Zack Snyder. That was very well done.

  2. I saw the original when I was 12 and it scared the crap out of me…but movies like this don’t scare anymore they just go for shock value and not real scares..

  3. Yeah….. this movie will probably be horrible, and im going to have to sit through it because my lady friend really wants to watch it!

  4. “… my lady friend really wants to watch it!”

    You got a lday who likes horror? Keep her.

  5. the first pics don’t do much for me. maybe the last one, a little. i cut my horror teeth on the early horrors (halloween and friday the 13th)…there’s something so great about the low budget-ness of them. i don’t think it’s just nostalgia talking (though that’s certainly a factor). it’s just, newer “scary” movies have taught me that more high-tech doesn’t necessarily=scarier. the exception, i’d say: the ring. great special effects and that one scared the hell out of me.

  6. As horror re-makes go I was really impress with Friday 13th, I wouldnt say it was frightening but its was a good teen slasher movies all about Breast and Blood.

  7. Are you people kidding me, No remake, reboot or what ever is going to be good. Why screw with the originals??? Hey I know, to make some money, a lot of money. That’s it, they do nothing to improve on the storylines, and most times, they destroy them, as did Zombie’s Halloween. I’ve been watching horror/sci-fi/monster movies since the fifties, and I’ve NEVER watched one remake, and liked it. So, with that said, I will NOT be wasting my time, and money on this new version of another classic. I will instead, go and watch a NEW Classic! Watchmen

  8. @XTrust

    Generally speaking I totally agree with you about remakes, but there are exceptions from time to time. Did you not see John Carpenter’s “The Thing?” EXCELLENT remake.

    Vic

  9. Hello Vic! Thanks for replying to my post, and to correct me. John Carpenter’s “The Thing” was great, I can’t believe I forgot about that flick, especially it coming from, to me, one of my favorite directors. I will agree, because John Carpenter actually did improve the storyline, also made by one of the greatest Director’s in film history, Howard Hawks and which was adapted from the short story, “Who Goes There”, by John W. Campbell Jr. While to me, I still love James Arness as The Thing, and Kennth Tobey as the Air Force Captain that, along with his men, and a group of scientists fought the Creature in the first film. But what John Carpenter did was to make this version of the film to more closely follow the actually short story. And, Kurt Russell was fantastic, along with all the other character actors in the film.(A Big Nod goes out to Keith David also) Now, from what I’ve read, they plan on making a prequel to John Carpenter’s film, which I don’t know how they’re going to do that, unless we all speak like those crazy Swed’s, uh, they’re Norwegian.

  10. The movies are great and exciting and i loveem I seen ever one

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