A man in search of his missing sister stumbles across a deadly secret in the woods surrounding Crystal Lake as Texas Chainsaw Massacre redux duo Michael Bay and Marcus Nispel resurrect one of the silver screen's most feared slashers -- machete-wielding, hockey mask-wearing madman Jason Voorhees. The last time Clay heard from his sister, she was headed toward Crystal Lake. There, amidst the creaky old cabins and moss-coated trees, an unstoppable force of evil lies quietly dormant, patiently waiting for the perfect moment to strike. Though the police and locals all warn Clay to stay as far away from Crystal Lake as possible, it's the only lead he has, and he isn't willing to give up until he finds his sister. Clay isn't the only one inhabiting these woods either, because a group of thrill-seeking college students have just arrived at Crystal Lake hoping for a wild weekend of fun in the sun. Later, as Clay and one of the recently arrived revelers search for clues, the infamous Jason Voorhees emerges to show them just why the locals have avoided these woods for years. Could it be that Clay's sister has already met a grim demise at the end of Jason's razor-sharp machete, or is she still out there somewhere in the woods, waiting for her brother to come to her rescue? Freddy vs. Jason scribes Damian Shannon and Mark Swift pen the screenplay for a remake executive produced by Sean S. Cunningham (producer/director of the original Friday the 13th).~Jason Buchanan
Explore the rebirth of Jason Voorhees for a new moviegoing era
Additional slashed scenes
Jared PadaleckiClay Miller
Amanda RighettiWhitney Miller
Travis Van WinkleTrent
Derek MearsJason Voorhees
Damian ShannonScreen Story
Mark WheatonScreen Story
Steve JablonskyComposer (Music Score)
Jeremy ConwayProduction Designer
John FrickArt Director
Brian WittenExecutive Producer
Guy StodelExecutive Producer
Walter HamadaExecutive Producer
Mari-An CeoCostume Designer
Friday the 13th
Year of Release
DVD, Killer Cut Extended Edition
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
New Line Home Video
Friday the 13th [Killer Cut Extended Edition] [DVD] 
Even though I already owned a digital copy of this movie when I saw this 10th Anniversary SteelBook I just couldn’t resist!
I just love how it has a retro design (which appears to take inspiration from the posters of multiple movies in the series) on the outside & a modern theatrical poster look on the inside.
I don’t think many Friday fans look at the Reboot very fairly.
There were things I liked about this movie & things I didn’t like but I can say that I think this a really good modern take on Friday the 13th.
I found it scary, tense & it had some jump out of your seat moments.
I found the hero compelling & likable.
Unfortunately some of the dialogue feels less realistic than that of the classic movies but it was generally okay.
There’s a lot of nostalgia to be found in this movie from various objects, kills, environmental design & plot elements that reference the classic movies.
I like (most of) the classic versions of Jason & I also like this one.
They’re different but also very similar & I think comparing them is one of the fun things about this reboot.
This one’s in my top five for Friday the 13th movies.
Classic movie bought on a Deal of the Day. Excellent price, too. For all you horror movie lovers out there, this one is a must-have. Especially this first Friday the 13th movie. It is, literally speaking, a killer movie. Go on, Jason, with your bad self.
I am a fan of remake or redo of the first three Friday 13th that this movie is. A lot of people had other opinions but I just looked it as a fun redo of Jason and the series. The only thing that confuses me is why there was no second disc.
It's nice to see this movie rereleased with a digital copy, but there are a couple of things I don't like about it.
1) The box art looks like it's for the 80's movies and not this one. I think it would have been better if the inside art was on the cover of the steel book, but oh well. That's just my opinion I guess.
2) Disc is exactly the same as the old Blu-ray release, artwork & everything. It is also a bit hard to get out of the case (feels as if I'm stressing it bad every time I do). I would have preferred if the disc art was updated at a minimum. New special features would have been even better.
Overall, I really like this movie and I'm happy I picked this up. The digital copy is a big bonus. Outside of my (mostly) nitpicky complaints, this is a decent release and exactly what you'd expect.