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Monday, June 15, 2020

‘Friday the 13th’: Stephen King Has a Hellish Idea for Jason Voorhees!

While the Friday the 13th franchise is currently in rights hell, Stephen King, who is arguable the greatest mind in horror, shared his idea for a novel that would send franchise slasher Jason Voorhees through his own Groundhog Day-like hell.

Let’s take a look…

What King is suggesting is that the story is told from the perspective of Jason Voorhees (as opposed to the campers) and that he is subjected to repeated torment and death in a story arc similar to Groundhog Day with Bill Murray, Edge of Tomorrow with Tom Cruise & Emily Blunt, and Netflix’s more recent “Russian Doll” with Natasha Lyonne.

The concept is a brilliant one as it would not only flip the tension on the viewer in a very Hitchcockian way, but would allow King to tell Jason’s side of the story.

“Just thinking about the legal thicket one would have to go through to get permissions makes my head ache,” added King. “And my heart, that too. But gosh, shouldn’t someone tell Jason’s side of the story?”

As many fans noted, Voorhees technically only died once, at the very end of Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984), before being resurrected as a zombie in Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986).

Still, the concept is a novel one, and if King were ever granted permission to flex his muscles on the Friday the 13th franchise, I’m sure he’d find a way around the very obvious plot hole.

What do you all think of King’s idea?



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/books/3620153/friday-13th-stephen-king-hellish-idea-jason-voorhees/

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