Friday the 13th from Warner this September

Warner Home Video have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of the original Friday the 13th for 29th September 2003 with a retail price of £12.99. Details on this long awaited UK DVD release are...

    Feature Length Commentary by writer/director Sean S. Cunningham
  • "Return to Crystal Lake: Making Friday the 13th" feature (20 mins)
  • Theatrical Trailer
1980, 92 mins, Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 Widescreen, Mono, Subtitles

From the PR:

A 24-hour nightmare of terror is yours for just £12.99 RRP but it doesn't stop with the film. Just like Jason, the horror keeps coming back in an audio commentary by director Sean S. Cunningham and if you dare you can Return to Crystal Lake for The Making of Friday the 13th.

Following hot on the success of Jason X, the man who made ski masks the height of fashion is back in UK cinemas from 15th August with the eleventh film in the Friday series going head to head with Freddy Krueger in Freddy Vs Jason. Now you can relive the original horror for the first time on DVD 23 years after the nightmare began.

They were warned...They are doomed...And on Friday the 13th, nothing will save them.

Camp Crystal Lake has a bad history. A history drenched in blood. For over 20 years no-one has disturbed its deathly silence... until now. The Camp is re-opening and eager young counsellors, eyes shining with idealism and hormones racing through their veins, are ready to lead guests in summer Kumbayas and games. But there's one game you won't find in the camp's guidebook. Someone likes to play 'Kill the Counsellor'.

He lives, they die. He is Jason and they are the horny teens (including Kevin Bacon) doomed to discover Friday the 13th is the unluckiest day of all. But not for horror fans.

Often imitated but never equalled. Friday the 13th is a relentless exercise in sustained terror. Unlike the luckless teenagers who go to Camp Crystal Lake, it will live forever as the most shocking film of its kind.

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