Friday The 13th Part 3

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Friday The 13th Part 3
Friday The 13th Part 3

Friday The 13th Part 3 – Waxwork Records is proud to announce the next entry in its collection of FRIDAY THE 13TH soundtrack releases on vinyl: FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3. Waxwork and composer Harry Manfredini have revisited the original analog tapes to faithfully recreate the complete soundtrack, which vinyl can master. FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3 features all of the film’s musical elements and consists of two 180g LPs of nearly an hour of eerie audio that serves as the dark background score for one of horror fans’ favorite franchises.

Originally released in 3D in 1982, FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3 is the first film to feature legendary slasher Jason Voorhees wearing his signature hockey mask. This image of a machete-wielding, hockey-masked killer became a hallmark of the franchise and an icon in American cinema and horror films in general.

Friday The 13th Part 3

Friday The 13th Part 3

To stay consistent with the film’s original 3D theatrical release, Waxwork created a high-quality 3D lenticular album cover for the heavy, old-fashioned, sticky-seal gatefold sleeve that contains two LPs of the full score.

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Waxwork Records incorporated the film’s lost, deleted final scene into the inner gatefold illustration. This deleted scene from the film shows an unmasked Jason Voorhees brutally beheading the “last girl”. When the film studio deemed the scene too graphic, it was completely cut from the film. Here’s your chance to experience it up close through Gary Pullin’s artistic vision.

And yes, this soundtrack release includes the now famous “Disco Theme” from the opening credits of FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3! Although only a day passed between Friday the 13th Part 2 and this third part of the franchise, the whole world has changed. The lecherous teenagers all come across as mundane, plastic, gratification-seeking refugees from a sitcom, desperate for a laugh from a can with every line of their dialogue. As they head into town in a slick, bright yellow Volkswagen Beetle, they’re stopped by lazy, worthless shopkeepers who won’t take food stamps, please, and members of a motorcycle gang who look like they belong in the music video for Michael Jackson’s ” Beat “It”.

Everything seems like a hasty caricature, painted in the gauche-bright colors we associate with 1980s excess. Even our resident monster has changed, not unlike John Rambo’s transformation from a violent loner

Successors. The lumbering, deformed maniac Jason Voorhees (Richard Brooker) has gone from a scrawny little mutant farmer in overalls to a magnificent sissy who is completely shaved bald and looks like an ex-fighter turned gas station attendant.

Friday The 13th Part 3

The film was made to capitalize on the brief fad in Reagan-era 3D movies. There are less memorable POV shots of the killer and more shots from the victims perspective as Jason fires harpoons directly at us, leaps through windows and over furniture towards the screen and smashes a victim’s head until the eyeballs pop out of their Hop eye sockets. and fly through the air. At every opportunity, victims similarly compensate with juggling, dangling yo-yos and athletic handstands to the lens.

But perhaps the strangest moment is the long, chatty sequence in which the film’s protagonist, Chris (Dana Kimmell), shares a secret with her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Rick (Paul Kratka). One night, after an argument with her parents that ended with an unforgivable slap in the face, she fled into the deep, dark woods as punishment. There she met a grotesque, almost inhuman man (guess who?) and as if this macabre power ballad demonologist wasn’t enough,

Cut to a rape fantasy flashback of our last girl crawling through weeds with Jason clinging to her leg. The scene unfolds like an adventure on a therapist’s couch. Who would have thought that the characters in the lowest common denominator pulp horror would struggle with Freudian issues?

Friday The 13th Part 3

Don’t want to watch the 3D version with the associated red and blue glasses. The transfer cannot be observed in its melancholy. Stick with the 2D version, which is cleaner than the deluxe editions of the first two films. The soundtracks are perfectly modulated and clear.

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For a deluxe edition, there aren’t many special features here. In addition to free 3D glasses, there’s a theatrical trailer with a gleefully screeching, menacing narrative (“You can’t stop him. You can’t fight him. Jason’s coming for you!”).

How do you like to groove to the cheesy synthesizer dance beats that open and close the movie? Or the nuanced dialogue: “Well, first we undress, then you sit on me, or I sit on you.” “I know how

Cast: Dana Kimmell, Paul Kratka, Tracie Savage, Jeffrey Rogers, Richard Brooker Director: Steve Miner Screenplay: Martin Kitrosser, Carol Watson Distributor: Paramount Home Entertainment Runtime: 95 min Rating: R Year: 1982 Release Date: February 3, 2009 Purchase: Video

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Jeremiah Kipp is a New York City-based writer, producer, and director with over ten years of experience creating narrative and commercial films.

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