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Vudu Celebrating Jason Voorhees With Friday the 13th Sale

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This week is the only time of year in which the 13th of the month falls on a Friday, making it the only Friday the 13th of 2022, an event that Vudu is honoring with sales on many beloved entries. Friday the 13 Voting. Fans will be able to add the first eight installments of the slasher series to their digital Only $13. 4K Ultra HD Collection for Worth over $100 as of May 13th. Given that Friday the 13th won’t be another Friday this year, it doesn’t look like Vudu fans will find such a great deal on this slasher bundle.

case in eight films Friday the 13 Franchises Aren’t Enough to Keep You Going, Vudu Will Too sale going on on many other style staples, such as Cruel, genetic, A Nightmare on Elm Street, halloween kills, even more. Both the cells will be available only on May 13.

What’s surprising to fans as to why these eight films are bundled together is because these are the eight films in the franchise that were released through Paramount Pictures. after the release of Friday the 13th Part Eighth: Jason Takes ManhattanFranchise producer Sean S. Cunningham brought the series to New Line Cinema, which owns A Nightmare on Elm Street Voting. The studio released the next three films in the series, including a crossover film. Freddy Vs Jason,

During the ’80s, the series released an impressive eight installments, only to see major delays in later years for development of follow-up films. Sadly, there are no confirmed plans for when the franchise might make its return, as a lawsuit related to the rights to the series has complicated any possible future for the series.

Cunningham had the title “Friday the 13th” and hired Victor Miller to write a film inspired by the title, thus becoming the original 1980 film. From there, Miller had little involvement in the series, with Cunningham retaining ownership of the title. However, given how much of that original film came directly from Miller, he sought ownership over various components of the franchise, which resulted in a legal battle before the courts ruled in his favor last December.

Until the two sides reach an agreement and the matter is settled, fans will be left waiting and will only be able to re-watch the previous films in the series.

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