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Old 10-07-2015, 02:29 AM   #2721
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They shot extensive behind the scenes so they could do another doco on the second film. " And so we actually made one for Halloween II that’s an eight hour documentary. To see if anyone complains that it’s too short. We haven’t cut it together yet, but I want to make it so ridiculously detailed. When people tell me that they sat through the whole four hours I’m amazed." But because there was quite alot of friction between zombie and Dimension films. It was dropped.
That's a huge bummer. I would love to see that some day. Any chance of it ever getting released?
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Old 10-07-2015, 02:41 AM   #2722
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I wonder if this will be made available on Netflix sometime within the next year or so?

I just watched Never Sleep Again on Netflix and it made me grateful that I hadn't spent the money to buy it on blu-ray.

Good doc...but not something I'd probably watch more than once or twice.
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Old 10-07-2015, 06:54 AM   #2723
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You're probably thinking of Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash 2: The Nightmare Warriors, which not only has Jason's survivors but also Freddy's survivors coming together with Ash Williams to stop both, albeit with plenty of bumps along the way.
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Old 10-11-2015, 01:50 AM   #2724
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Watched this for the first time last week. Having seen all the Friday the 13th movies only maybe once for most of them... wasn't sure what to expect from this documentary. Especially at 7 hours long.

But ... wow. It was a labor of love. I wish it was 7 MORE hours. Such a great documentary. It made me go out and buy Friday 1-8 and rewatch them. Super job.
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Old 10-12-2015, 09:25 AM   #2725
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I've loved this documentary for years, though I would love if they blew it up to the length of Never Sleep Again and Crystal Lake Memories for the sake of us fans who love stuff like this.

SIDEBAR: I always wondered what happened to the girl at the end of the Halloween documentary who just HAPPENED to win the contest for a walk on role in the next Halloween film after she went topless for a moment towards the end of the documentary (coincidence?). Given that the next film was Zombie's first, I always wondered if she got her walk on..
That random flashing fan was the best part of the documentary
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Old 10-12-2015, 03:32 PM   #2726
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That random flashing fan was the best part of the documentary
Didn't she win the contest to be in the next film?
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Old 10-12-2015, 06:57 PM   #2727
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Yeah, I was at the convention where she won. I think it was a screaming contest. (The actress who played Mrs. Blankenship in Halloween 6 even took part.) The girl who won did film a brief role in Zombie's remake, I think as a reporter or something outside the Myers house. I remember a Halloween site at the time posted an article detailing her day on the set and what all she did. But the scene she was in ended up being cut.
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Yeah, I was at the convention where she won. I think it was a screaming contest. (The actress who played Mrs. Blankenship in Halloween 6 even took part.) The girl who won did film a brief role in Zombie's remake, I think as a reporter or something outside the Myers house. I remember a Halloween site at the time posted an article detailing her day on the set and what all she did. But the scene she was in ended up being cut.

She was gorgeous, I was hoping her part 2would be bigger.

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Was the audio upgraded on this re-release ?
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Was the audio upgraded on this re-release ?
Nope. Same exact Blu Ray Discs as the initial release. The DVD's just weren't included in the package.
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Old 01-02-2016, 07:01 PM   #2731
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Nope. Same exact Blu Ray Discs as the initial release. The DVD's just weren't included in the package.
This was waiting for me when i came home after work...and i'm glad to report that the audio on the re-release HAS been upgraded!!!!!
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Old 01-03-2016, 04:02 AM   #2732
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A Best Buy in my area that still has a hefty media section started stocking this right before Christmas, and I finally picked up a copy with a gift card today. They had about 10 or so on the rack. They previously stocked Never Sleep Again for what felt like MONTHS with not a single copy leaving the shelf so I never expected seeing this.

F13 was never really one of my favorite franchises, I prefer Halloween and Nightmare over F13, but I am really enjoying it so far.
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