While this has been done incorrectly by many, the remake of the 13th Friday of 2009 is one of the better later entries in the Jason Voorhees franchise.
This has been done incorrectly by many, the remake of the 13th Friday of 2009 is one of the better later entries in the Jason Voorhees franchise. Despite its status as one of the most popular series of horror, Friday the 13th has never really been where anyone was looking for a truly great film. The 13th installment on Friday is unlikely to compete with things like The Shining, The Exorcist and The Silence of the Lambs for the title of the best and most frightening entry of horror.
It said, on Friday 13, fans are not looking for an award-winning triumph. In general, Jason devotees kill something cool, Gary, some attractive people get naked, and the cast of characters are heavily favored to watch before Mr. Voorhe starts picking them up. Friday the 13th films may not be high art, but no one wants them. The franchise is designed for 90-minute or so slash lovers, and on that task, almost everyone succeeds.
It is important to note that there are flaws on the 13th Friday of 2009. This is out of character for Jason rather than taking a prisoner, and the idea of Jason growing marijuana to lure victims is silly. The thing is that none of those plot points are more an insult to intelligence than Jason, who is killed by a small child or resurrected as a zombie by a bolt of lightning. Being a fan on Friday the 13th requires a certain amount of suspension of disbelief.
With that set, Friday the 13th 2009 is a lot that fans of Jason want. Jason kills a lot of people, many in an exceptionally harsh fashion. The film’s unplanned cut adds to it even more. There is also an option selection of nudity, though certainly skewed towards those who are attracted to women. Friday the 13th is the horror franchise with the most nudity for a reason, and as superficial for some, no Jason Hack sits without expecting people to see some naked flesh with it.
In the end, Derek Mears is an absolute crookery Jason, and the fanbase is not very good as actor Ken Hodder, he was well-liked for the role, and himself a horror fan who was able to land the work and make it Was seriously excited for it. So, why is Friday so disliked on the 13th of 2009? The most logical explanation seems to be that it is a remake, and in fact, t is not a fair criticism in itself. There is no real argument as to why Jason on Friday the 13th of 2009 is no better than Manhattan or Jason Goes to Hell, and if those films can get a pass, there should be a remake.