We've covered some of the worst (or at least one of the worst) movies of this franchise, so we thought it was high time we covered the best: the original, 1980's "Friday the 13th." Special topics for your consideration include our aversions to camp and the group songs that go with it, why slasher films don't consider the season before they start filming, KEVIN BACON, lake monsters, Savini Watch, how completely illogical Jason's overarching storyline is and an announcement: guys, this is going to be our last new movie episode for a little while as Katie starts her baby hiatus. Allen is planning to put together some "best of" clips shows that will most likely come out biweekly until we're back in the groove. Thanks for all your support and we're already looking forward to picking it back up.
Did you miss our other "Friday the 13th" episodes? Check out Episode 32- "Part VII" and Episode 117- "Part VIII."
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Music used in this episode includes: Fighting Dogs - "It Comes Around"
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