Friday the 13th
Jason Voorhees has killed some campers that have gone on to be big in Hollywood. From Kevin Bacon to Corey Feldman, grab your machete and scope out the famous faces from the ‘Friday The 13th’ franchise.
It’s Friday the 13th, and Jason Voorhees isn’t the only monster celebrating. In fact, it’s the favorite day of many horror film monsters and maniacs, all of which will be under your bed tonight! Take our quiz to find out which frightful fiend will be chasing you down – if you dare!
So spooky! Here’s a list of 13 well-known stars that were born on Friday the 13th, believe it or not! They include Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, Kat Dennings and more!
Take the bad luck right out of Friday the 13th by trying out some of these yummy drink recipes!
Run and hide! It’s Friday the 13th, the unluckiest day in the year! Yet, for those wondering why today is so frightening and full of superstitions, here are 5 things to know about Friday the 13th’s unlucky origins.
Boo! It’s Friday the 13th, the one day on the calendar to give anyone the chills. It’s a day known for bad luck and Jason Voorhees (of the Friday the 13th films) but why is this day so terrifying? Do your best to avoid any broken mirrors while you learn more about this horrifying holiday.
The horror world is in mourning. Betsy Palmer, the actress who famously portrayed Jason Voorhees’s mother in the first ‘Friday the 13th’ movie, passed away on May 29. She was 88.
How sad. Betsy Palmer has left us. The 88-year old actress died on May 29. Betsy had an incredible film and television career, one that saw her star alongside such Hollywood legends like Henry Fonda, James Cagney and Joan Crawford. However, for most, she will be remembered as Pamela Voorhees, the villain in the very first Friday The 13th movie.
The 1980’s film that kept you up at night and made you afraid to go to summer camp is going to be made into a frighteningly new TV series.
Jason Voorhees is heading to the small screen! That’s right — Friday the 13th, one of the most iconic horror movie sagas, is being developed into an hour-long TV show, according to our sister site Deadline. Sean S. Cunningham, the director who oversaw the making of the original film back in 1980, will be one of the executive producers of the new TV show. Believe it or not, this is the second time Friday The 13th has been made into a regular series for television.
Happy Friday the 13th! For some it’s a holiday, for some it’s a flashback to the terrifying Jason mask. But either way, on Dec. 13, our favorite celebrities took to Twitter to celebrate!
Avoid black cats (unless it’s your own), don’t walk under a latter, and don’t open an umbrella inside — no matter what you do. Some of our favorite celebrities are taking to social media to share their views on Friday the 13th — and that includes Fall Out Boy and Pitbull!
It’s Friday the 13th, the most unlucky day of the year. Throw some salt over your shoulder, avoid all black cats in your path — and read our compilation of funny tweets that Demi Lovato, R.L. Stine and more celebs wrote to celebrate the day!
Take cover, HollywoodLifers (but don’t open an umbrella indoors) — it’s the unluckiest day of the year! Even if you aren’t superstitious, here’s a fun roundup of tweets from Demi, R.L. and more celebs showing that they’re wary of the day, sharing their funny and ominous thoughts about Friday the 13th.
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