Friday, December 12, 2014

Ted Survived... Freddy Krueger

Ted is most well known for surviving Jason in Friday the 13th: Part II, but I guess it may come as a surprise to many that he also survived ole Freddy Krueger as well. Okay, maybe it wasn't in one of the movies, but the T.V. series Freddy's Nightmares count, doesn't it?

A big thanks to for putting this put there. Take a look at the trailer for the Season 1, Episode 6 of Freddy's Nightmares.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Rob Dier and his Hep C

Thanks to Brandon M. for pointing me towards this new HepC ad starring E. Erich Anderson, also known as Rob Dier from Friday the 13th: Part IV. Click through the ad to see it or click here.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Tremors (1990) Filming Locations

Opening Credits
Owens River outside of Olancha, California
Since the 1990 movie Tremors was set in Perfection, Nevada - which is a real place - people assumed that it was also filmed there and the nearby town Bisbee - in the movie it was Bixby. Since it was a Hollywood production, they shot most of the movie in the Owens Valley area of California. 

Friday, November 21, 2014

Part III Behind the Scenes Photos

These are some really cool photos from an unknown publication of Dana Kimmell and Paul Kratka in Friday the 13th Part III. If anyone knows of the publication these came from, post it in the comments.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Up and Running!

New Ted White website is now up and running:  So far it seems there's a lot of great photos of his work, as well as autographed items for sale. Definitely check it out – certainly long overdue!

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Motel Hell Filming Location

Motel Hell(o) as seen in the film.
The spanish hacienda at the Sable Ranch
Most of this film was shot at the Sable Movie Ranch in Santa Clarita, California which was very well known to host T.V. shows like MacGyver, The A-Team, and so on. The ranch house at Sable also hosted such horror movies like The Devil's Rejects and even Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (though the ranch house was located at another movie ranch when it was filmed).

The location of the actual Motel Hell(o) was filmed at the spanish hacienda at the movie ranch, which has been used in countless films and T.V. shows in the past. Some parts of the film were also shot in Moorpark, California.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

1957 NoBeBoSco Patch

I guess this is something only true Friday the 13th geeks can appreciate. It's a Boy Scouts conference patch for Camp NoBeBoSco, also known as Camp Crystal Lake for 1957. As we all know is that 1957 was the year Jason drown while the camp counselors were off doing the naughty. 

Maybe Mrs. Voorhees had it all wrong and the counselors were actually attending this conference? I guess we will never know the answers to that because all of the witnesses were brutally murdered in 1958!

Thursday, October 30, 2014

More Friday the 13th: Part IV Filming Locations!

You can see the car drive past this building on the corner of Franklin Canyon &
 Lake Drive. The house can be seen through the back window of the car.

I posted before on the Zaca Lake scenes filming location here, which is quite a ways away from the filming area where the driving/road scenes with the teens, and the lake kills were done. This area is in the area which is actually Beverly Hills, though quite a ways from the area commonly shown as Beverly Hills. 

It's a protected area in the Santa Monica Mountains called Franklin Canyon. The lake is actually Upper Franklin Canyon Reservoir, also called Myers Lake.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Young Adrienne King!

Here are a couple adverts from the very early 1960s of a very young and very excited Adrienne King. I find it cute that to this day that she is sporting that same (cute) hair style. I think these adverts are from around 1961. Enjoy.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

From Beyond: Footloose & Friday the 13th: Part IV

Paramount's Footloose and Friday the 13th: Part IV advert has Jason killing Kevin Bacon, making him the only person to have been killed by Mrs. Voorhees AND Jason Voorhees, right? Well, maybe not! I do what to know how Footloose gets a PG rating, though. 

It's actually fan art from From Beyond!