Gorezone UK’s Friday the 13th Booklet

One of our writers Christian Sellers has been away from the site for a while, but he’s been busy on something of interest to Friday fans!

GoreZone’s Halloween issue will have a treat for fans of Jason Voorhees, with a special Friday the 13th booklet that charts the history of the franchise from the original movie in 1980 to the upcoming remake, set for release on the 13th February 2009. Written in collaboration with www.myspace.com/fridaythe13thfranchise, the supplement will feature exclusive interviews with various cast and crew from each of the films, including Harry Manfredini, Steve Miner, John Carl Buechler, Larry Zerner, Todd Farmer, and a special introduction by FX legend Tom Savini.

Three chapters, twelve movies and over a hundred murders, this booklet promises to be a treat for Friday the 13th fans and a perfect appetizer for the new movie! Order your copy from the official GoreZone website.

Issue 37 will be available in the UK from the 11th October, with the US the following week.

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6 Responses to “ Gorezone UK’s Friday the 13th Booklet ”

  1. Whoa, I’d love to have this. Too bad I’m a North American. :( We do, at least, Region-1 wise, get some pretty bitchin’ DVDs, but this would be a nice thing to have.

    Ah well. Maybe one day I’ll import it off eBay if it ain’t too much of a pretty penny. *shrugs*

    UK Fans enjoy.

  2. captain_brandon1980, you can order a copy from the website http://www.gorezone.co.uk. Alternatively, you can wait for it to surface on Ebay. Thanks for your support and I hope everyone enjoys it!

  3. Big thanks, Christian! Really. I just saved the website.

    Peace …

  4. Ok before I drive myself nuts looking aimlessly on the site, where on the site can this be purchased?

  5. I have pre-ordered it theres a T shirt to go with it awesome!

  6. I just ordered mine as well. Can’t wait to have it in my grubby lil’ hands and to have it on my coffee table. Too cool. Big thanks, once again.
    :D

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