Friday the 13th
Horror • R • 1980 • 1 hr 34 min
The first entry of the F13 franchise is the beginning of many slasher tropes from the 80s. I had a good time watching it.
It’s the horror movie everyone has to watch. Thrilling from start to finish!
Pure exploitation, but required viewing cause of Tom Savini’s work.
The movie that kickstarted one of the first slasher franchises.
Decent kills and effects, but I was expecting more from a movie that spawned such a massive franchise.
She wouldn't even harm a fly...whoops, wrong movie.
Good start to an iconic horror franchise. Keeps the viewer enthralled till the end
Even after all the great sequels the one that dosent even include possibly the most iconic horror villian ever is the best. I love friday 13
Classic horror movie, acting is the perfect amount of cheesy.
One of the better slasher movies from the 80’s with some gd gore effects from mr savini I actually prefer the burning over this 1
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