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Blu-Ray Review: Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History Of Friday The 13th

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After its initial release back in 2013, Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday The 13th has been THE go-to for all your Voorhees-needs, and on September 8th, the former 4-disc set has been compacted onto 2 Blu-Ray OR 2 DVD's - it's your choice (really?...and WHY would you even have to choose?)

All of the same bells and whistles or on the presentation (with a few extra goodies for you Jason-ites) - we've got hundreds of rare behind the scenes photos, clips, outtakes, and interview with damn near everyone who dared to ever step foot on the dreaded soil of Camp Crystal Lake (over 150 stars in all). Directed by Daniel Farrand (screenwriter for Halloween 6), the documentary simply has everything you could ever want to know about the ENTIRE franchise - from scrapped ideas, to the never ending battle with the MPAA ratings board, right down to the stories of actors and directors living like cars and dogs - AMAZING stuff to watch, indeed.

Narrated by Tommy Jarvis in his younger years, Corey Feldman, the doc looks at all twelve films and the short lived TV series - this simply is a collection that MUST NOT be passed up, so strap on the hockey mask, and get your keester out when this hits racks on September 8th, 2015, or go the cheepie-route when it lands on digital format October 6th - any way you slice it, there's going to be a LOT of blood to clean up!

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