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Friday, the 13th Part 1 (1980)
Starring: Adrienne King, Betsy Palmer, Kevin Bacon
Directed by: Sean S. Cunningham
Despite repeated warnings to stay away, a group of fun-loving but none-too-bright teenagers set out to reopen the eerie Camp Crystal Lake, which closed 20 years earlier after a series of bizarre and unexplained deaths. Now someone is lurking in the woods, spying on the happy campers, and plotting a gory, grisly revenge on those who would disturb the camp's slumber. A horror classic that set the standard for slasher flicks of the 1980s.
Friday, the 13th Part 2 (1981)
Starring: Amy Steel, John Furey, Adrienne King, Betsy Palmer
Directed by: Steve Miner
Produced by: Steve Miner
A fresh batch of teenage camp counselors return to the ill-fated Camp Crystal Lake five years after its most recent atrocities. Since the apparent perpetrator of those crimes was decapitated by the only survivor, the plucky teens ignorantly go about the business of reviving the camp, unaware that they are being stalked by an unseen figure who lives in the woods, waiting for the right opportunity to take bloody revenge.
Friday, the 13th Part 3 (1982)
Starring: Richard Brooker, Dana Kimmell, Paul Kratka, Tracie Savage
Directed by: Steve Miner
Produced by: Frank Mancuso Jr.
Jason Voorhees (Richard Brooker) returns again to Camp Crystal Lake, where he drowned nearly three decades before while some negligent camp counselors made out on the beach. Understandably upset by this turn of events, Jason continues to haunt his old stomping grounds, dealing death to those thrill-seeking teens who venture into the woods. This time around, Jason faces tougher victims in the form of a motorcycle gang and dons what is to become his trademark hockey mask. The original theatrical release featured 3-D effects.
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