One of the most iconic horror films of all time, Friday the 13th, turns 40. To celebrate four decades of fear, Paramount Home Entertainment is releasing a 40th Anniversary Blu-ray Steelbook.
Our first trip to Camp Crystal Lake was on May 9, 1980. Friday the 13th saw a group of counselors, attempting to re-open the camp after a boy drowned. Unfortunately for them, the vengeful spirit Jason Voorhees would have none of that. As you could probably guess, there was a lot of blood shed by the hockey mask-clad killer. The original film starred Betsy Palmer, Adrienne King, and Kevin Bacon.
The Friday the 13th 40th Anniversary Blu-ray Steelbook will release on May 5, 2020. This edition will feature artwork from the original poster, the uncut, unrated version of the film, a digital copy of the original movie, and several bonus features.
To see all the bonus features, read the full PR below:
Revisit one of the most influential horror movies of all time with the 40th Anniversary Blu-ray Steelbook of FRIDAY THE 13TH, debuting on May 5, 2020 from Paramount Home Entertainment.
Originally released on May 9, 1980, FRIDAY THE 13TH captured audiences’ imaginations and permeated our collective psyche. The film spawned one of the longest-running and most successful horror franchises in film history with 11 subsequent movies and, 40 years later, the iconic machete-wielding killer continues to haunt, fascinate and terrify new generations.
The FRIDAY THE 13TH Limited Edition Blu-ray Steelbook features artwork from the original movie poster and includes the uncut, unrated version of the film, as well as access to a digital copy of the original theatrical version. Plus, plunge deeper into the film with previously released bonus content including commentary, interviews with cast and crew, and behind-the-scenes featurettes.
FRIDAY THE 13TH follows a group of young counselors preparing for the reopening of Camp Crystal Lake, where a boy drowned years earlier. One by one, the counselors are stalked by a mysterious and violent killer. The film stars Betsy Palmer, Adrienne King, and Kevin Bacon.