I kinda like Jason the best out of all the slashers. He has that catchy
sound effect, 'hackackackack-killillillill'.
There is a diner nearby where I live called the Crystal Lake Diner
(yep, there's a small lake nearby called, what else, Crystal Lake.)
I think the waiters/waitresses should dress in overalls and a
hockey mask every Friday the 13th! Machete, optional.
That would be the ultimate in fantastic!
We also have a town called Voorhees nearby! And a town called Haddonfield which has an Elm Street even if not related.
My favourite Friday the 13th is Jason X, where he is in space. Guess that’s pretty obvious (I also liked Hellraiser Bloodline, same reason :)
In the movie "Freddy vs. Jason", at the end, Jason decapitates Freddy (as well as losing his fingerblades or whatever Fred's hands are called) and he, Jason, in turn is "killed" (or at least you think so) and pushed yet again into the lake. Well, of course, in the final scene Jason walks out of the lake carrying Freddy's head (which winks at the "audience" so the "googology" can continue.)
Now, I was thinking, what if Jason sewed Freddy's head to one of his shoulders and also attached Freddy's hand/blades? He would be the ultimate killing machine and could get you both in sleep and wake (a play on words there.) Hey, they can take Michael Myers head and sew that on too!
Call him Fredmichson Kruegmyerhees...or some form or another....
I think I am on to something here....this could lead to all sorts of hybrid villains...alienpredator...frankendraculastein...the list could be endless!
After thinking again about my Krueger/Vorhees/Myers, it came to mind that perhaps someone should make a zombie movie where every living thing, except for perhaps 5 people, should be zombies. Zombie cows, zombie elephants, zombie cats and dogs, zombie birds, zombie fish, zombie people (obiously) zombie EVERYTHING...perhaps not plants though. That can be saved for the sequel. It would be the ultimate zombie film.
I will have to give this more thought.
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Here's what a couple of the actors did before and after they gave you nightmares.
He is also known for his role as Victor Crowley in Hatchet, a role which he continued in Hatchet II and in Hatchet III. He has also played Leatherface during the stunts of Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, as well as in many other (mostly) horror films.
He also has a part time ghost hunting group called ‘Hollywood Ghost Hunters’.
After performing under the mask of Michael Myers in his friend John Carpenter's film, Nick Castle fulfilled his dream of working in Hollywood by becoming a successful movie director and screenwriter. Some of Nick's directorial efforts include The Last Starfighter (1984), The Boy Who Could Fly (1986), Dennis the Menace (1993), and Major Payne (1995). He also co-wrote Escape from New York (1981) and Escape from L.A. (1996) with John Carpenter, who directed both films.
Bradley appeared as a gym teacher in an advertisement for direct line insurance in the UK.
He has performed narrations on several songs by Cradle of Filth, an English extreme metal band. The first was 2000's "Her Ghost in the Fog", as well as "Death Magick For Adepts" and "Tortured Soul Asylum". However, he could not appear in the music video and was replaced by actor David McEwen who would play Kemper in Cradle of Fear. Bradley also appeared on "Swansong for a Raven" and "Satyriasis". In 2006, he lent his narrations to "Rise of the Pentagram" and "Tonight in Flames". Continuing in this vein, Bradley has contributed guest vocals to Cradle of Filth's 2008 album Godspeed on the Devil's Thunder, on all songs except "Tragic Kingdom". He appears to be playing the role of Gilles de Rais, the person on which the album's concept is based.
He is also the author of an autobiography (which I have :), as well as a volume called Sacred Masks: Behind the Mask of the Horror Actor, which explores the history of masks in society and their applications in horror films.