Howdy Campers, and welcome to the final installment of the Midnight At Camp Blood podcast series. We’ve been reviewing the entire Friday The 13th franchise at the stroke of midnight every Friday for the last 3 months, but sadly, all things must come to end 🙁
Join your horror hosts Jon & Kim as they starch their camp counselor uniforms and sit around the fire for the last time. Seeing us out the woods this week is the 2009 remake Friday The 13thfrom Marcus Nispel, director of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003). It’s a decidedly different killer roaming this familiar campground, but motivations and machetes aside, he’s still the same boy you love to fear. His name was Jason…
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