Friday the 13th Reunion in Burbank

For those of you fans living the Burbank, CA area there will be a Friday the 13 reunion celebrating the February 3rd release of ‘His name was Jason’.

Burbank’s famed gothic book retailer Dark Delicacies will host a thirty guest DVD signing that night – including the first Los Angeles appearance of the actors who have portrayed the legendary masked serial killer Jason Voorhees in the FRIDAY THE 13TH films! In addition, DD’s sister store, Emerald Knights, will handle some of the guests – all of whom appear on camera in HIS NAME WAS JASON – including the stars of the new 2009 theatrical remake coming out on Friday, February 13th!

WHAT: Actors and filmmakers from the Friday the 13th films, with the first Los Angeles gathering of all the JASON VOORHEES actors – including the new 2009 remake!

WHEN: Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009, 7:00pm

WHERE: Dark Delicacies Bookstore
4213 W. Burbank Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91505
818-556-6660 Contact: Sue Howison

Emerald Knights
4116 W. Burbank Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91505
818-588-3631 Contact: Jason Weymouth

The JASON VOORHEES Reunion (at Dark Delicacies) features the following actors who have brought the hockey mask-clad maniac to life:
Warrington Gillette (F13 Part 2);
Richard Brooker (F13 Part 3);
Ted White (F13 Part 4);
Dick Weiand (F13 Part 5);
CJ Graham (F13 Part 6);
Kane Hodder (F13 Part 7 -10);
Derek Mears (F13 2009 Remake)

Guests confirmed to participate in the HIS NAME WAS JASON (HNWJ) signing include such notables as:
Daniel Farrands, Director HNWJ;
Anthony Masi, Producer, HNWJ;
Actors, writers and directors from the ten “Friday the 13th” films;
Stars from the new 2009 remake including Derek Mears (Jason), actors Arlen Escarpeta, Travis Van Winkle, Shavar Ross and Amanda Righette.

THERE WILL BE A PHOTO OP OF THE “JASON VOORHEES REUNION” ACTORS AT DARK DELICACIES SHORTLY BEFORE THE DVD SIGNING!

About the Author

Kane

Hardcore fan of horror films. I show interest mainly in the slasher genre of horror. Among my favorites are Friday the 13th, of course! I also enjoy the Sleepaway Camp movies, Halloween, and many others

7 Responses to “ Friday the 13th Reunion in Burbank ”

  1. Looks like a lot of fun. Too bad I am way far away from that part of the country. I wonder how fans still react to Warrington Gillette being att these conventions knowing he really didn’t play much of a part in the movie.

  2. About Friday The 13TH Part II, Warrington Gillette Played Jason through-out the whole film. Read the credits Warrington Gillette as Jason.

  3. Damn…wish i lived in CA. It\’d be sweet to get a poster or hockey mask signed by Ted White.

  4. Entertainment Agent, I must correct you and say that even though Warrington Gillette played the part of ‘Unmasked Jason’ in the films climax.

    Stuntman Steve Dash (listed in the credits as Jason stunt double) performed the role of Jason throughout the entire film, except for a few footsteps and the scene where Jason was unmasked.

    Glad I could clear that up for you. No disrespect to Warrington, he’s really a great guy, I’m trying to interview with him for the site.

  5. And to be clear with everyone here, Warrington did deserve credit for the role he did play, but I don’t think he deserved full credit, but I don’t make the rules, it could of been a union deal or something, I don’t know.

  6. Here’s the deal. Warrington Played Jason through-out part II. Not only do I represent Warrington. I also represent Bill Randolph, Lauren Marie Taylor, and Jack Marks - who were all in part II as well. I\’M am The Agent to these people. They all say that Warrington is the man.. That he played Jason through-out all of part II. End of story.. Glad to be of assistance to you.

  7. Does anyone know if a RSVP is necessary? I live in So Cal and I’m definitely trying to go.

    I kinda felt like a douchebag for even asking my wife if she was cool with going to this (Feb. 3rd is her birthday) but she’s completely cool with it. My baby rocks.

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