Friday, October 2, 2015

Ernerst Goes To Camp Crystal Lake

I love all of these fan creations for the franchise that seem to never stop - even after three decades. Needless to say, the franchise is as popular as it ever was, still going strong. The only problem is that we can't seem to get a new movie!

Well, here's something that may hold you over created by Candy Claw! Check out the fan-edit trailer here, too.


  1. Thought that you might enjoy these somewhat quite rare links my good man. Since you're a big Part 3-D mark such as me, here are some very rare shots of Richard Brooker. This first B&W one I can honestly say is quite obscure & I've never seen until just a moment ago. Very cool:

    Appears to be a color version of close to the same angle, not a cool but a shot I never saw, just all the same:

    Finally here he is in what I believe in '05 or '06 at a greater Los Angeles area television directors guide event since as we all know he eventually directed a lot of television in the '90s and '2000s:


    - Brandon (HisNameWasBrandon)

  2. You''ll probably Voorhees-style slay me for posting more pics but I almost forgot that I had recently come across fairly recent (well over year 1/2 old anyway, but still fairly current) Ted White pics. And I wanted to hare the links for you to share in & to save and enjoy 'em. They are as follows:

    From a private office meet up for a podcast interview, I believe:


    ~ His Name Was Brandon

  3. Whoa some fairly big news my good man. Looks like the last remaining truly great Jason Voorhees actor/stuntman is officially attending his final (as in last/forever ect) convention-signing appearance in the coming months next March. I'm seriously considering going with one of my elder nephews.

    Its Ted White's final convention appearance. Official story here:

  4. A nice little mainstream article about Corey Feldman that is of course, as the date pertains, very Friday the 13th-centric with him talking about Joe Zito and with him seeing the trailer & the like:

  5. BIG mainstream news once again: That Friday the 13th video game went well over its KickStarter fund and its getting made with Sean Cunningham's input, Tom Savini (whoa, guess he doesn't think its stupid to work on it, eh?) and of course, Kane Hodder.

    Seems promising. Links to the big news:;_ylt=AwrSbmb3S0lW1zYAxdFXNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTEybnNydjMzBGNvbG8DZ3ExBHBvcwMxBHZ0aWQDQjEyNTVfMQRzZWMDc2M-

    Long article here (detailing how it come about):