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Old 10-19-2014, 11:45 PM   #2641
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ANOES just has a more interesting story to tell, from the films helping to build New Line Cinema to Freddy becoming a pop culture phenomenon. I prefer F13 movies and love hearing from the cast but there's not much of an overall tale to tell.
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Old 10-19-2014, 11:52 PM   #2642
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ANOES just has a more interesting story to tell, from the films helping to build New Line Cinema to Freddy becoming a pop culture phenomenon. I prefer F13 movies and love hearing from the cast but there's not much of an overall tale to tell.
This. Also the ANOES films are so special effects heavy, the filmmakers can tell you so many stories just about that aspect alone.
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Old 11-04-2014, 10:40 AM   #2643
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I also think NSA was only really missing Depp, but with CLM all the big names were missing, so it felt more of a let down for me. The later films seemed to be missing too many key cast members, I think VS only had a handful of the cast, so they just felt cheap.

I do love both of them, but NSA seemed to get a better treatment overall.
It was actually missing a lot of important people from Dream Warriors and Freddy vs. Jason.
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Old 11-04-2014, 10:43 AM   #2644
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I'm a bigger fan of the Friday the 13th series than the Nightmare on Elm Street series. In fact, I've only seen the first three Nightmare films. That being said, I thought that Never Sleep Again was by far a better documentary than Crystal Lake Memories.

NSA was thoroughly entertaining; it didn't even matter that I haven't seen all of the films. The participants seemed genuinely enthusiastic. There was plenty of humor to go along with all of the interesting behind the scenes insight.

I can't say the same for CLM. It wasn't bad, just slightly on the bland and boring side. It seemed like it only scratched the surface of each film. The participants either didn't have a lot to say, or they were holding back so as to not say anything controversial or politically incorrect. Or, perhaps they were victims of the editors. I don't know; it just wasn't as entertaining.
The CLM book has way more dirt.
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Old 11-04-2014, 12:13 PM   #2645
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I really enjoyed watching Crystal Lake Memories over the past couple of days. Seven hours flies by pretty quickly.

This was a great way to chase down the movies in Friday the 13th: The Complete Collection.

I'll probably put the book on my Christmas list unless I find it for cheap beforehand.
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Old 11-07-2014, 07:49 AM   #2646
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Most disappointing thing about this documentary: Julianna Guill not talking about her character's camera/dance/nudity/sex scene.

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Most disappointing thing about this documentary: Julianna Guill not talking about her character's camera/dance/nudity/sex scene.
That scene speaks for itself. She does quote her character during the comedic end credits sequence of this documentary.
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Old 11-07-2014, 03:57 PM   #2648
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That scene speaks for itself. She does quote her character during the comedic end credits sequence of this documentary.
Travis Van Winkle talked about the sex scene, though.

I also wanted to know more about her character filming everything and the dance sequence. I'm a big fan of this movie, lol.

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Old 11-07-2014, 04:18 PM   #2649
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Most disappointing thing about this documentary: Julianna Guill not talking about her character's camera/dance/nudity/sex scene.
um, don't really know what there might be to say about it. she does talk about how she gets "killed" several different times in the movie. i do think she's my favorite of every girl in any of the movies, though....
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i do think she's my favorite of every girl in any of the movies, though....
In terms of looks alone, I like Terry (Kirsten Baker) from Friday the 13th: Part 2.

In terms of overall awesomeness, I like Ginny (Amy Steel) from Friday the 13th: Part 2 and Tina (Lar Park Lincoln) from The New Blood.

It's tough to choose, though. I could think about this for days.

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Old 11-07-2014, 11:57 PM   #2651
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In terms of funbags, Debi Voorhees (Part 5) stomps 'em all.
"I can't forgive myself for having lied to you. I don't have a degree in biology. Never even finished high school. I haven't read more than two books in my whole life. One, never finished. And the other is the phone book."
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In terms of funbags, Debi Voorhees (Part 5) stomps 'em all.
No doubt. She's my favorite of the series.
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um, don't really know what there might be to say about it. she does talk about how she gets "killed" several different times in the movie. i do think she's my favorite of every girl in any of the movies, though....
I don't know. Would be cool to hear her talk about the experience of filming the scene. Plus, overall thoughts and reaction seeing it for the first time.

The guy who played Trent talked a little bit about the filming of it.

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In terms of funbags, Debi Voorhees (Part 5) stomps 'em all.
Even the guy couldn't last for more than five seconds.
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Old 11-08-2014, 06:09 PM   #2655
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The definitive version of the book is the Enhanced Edition for the iPad. It contains the original text, plus tons of more info Peter couldn't fit into his original release, and contains videos inside.

I wish the bonus disc was still available. 4 more hours of interviews intrigues me.
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Old 11-08-2014, 08:16 PM   #2656
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German Limited Edition with special silver glance slipcover:



Looks awesome,canīt wait to watch it
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