Friday the 13th The Series - Season 1
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Friday the 13th The Series - Season 1

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Cast: John D. LeMay, Chris Wiggins

     
 

When two distant cousins (John D. LeMay, Louise Robey) inherit the strange Curious Goods antiques shop, they soon discover that their deceased uncle paid the ultimate price for the hexed items in the store: his soul was claimed by Satan. Now, it's up to them and an eccentric antiques dealer (Chris Wiggins) to find each diabolical item sold from the store before…  See more details below

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When two distant cousins (John D. LeMay, Louise Robey) inherit the strange Curious Goods antiques shop, they soon discover that their deceased uncle paid the ultimate price for the hexed items in the store: his soul was claimed by Satan. Now, it's up to them and an eccentric antiques dealer (Chris Wiggins) to find each diabolical item sold from the store before it manifests its evil powers. Open the door to true terror with the 26 episodes of Season 1 (1987-8) that's crawling with psychological suspense and spine-tingling mysteries you won't want to miss!

Product Details

Release Date:
09/23/2008
UPC:
0097361377742
Rating:
NR
Source:
Paramount
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Time:
19:00:00
Sales rank:
28,928

Special Features

Closed Caption; Original Network Launch Promos; Sales Presentation

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Disc #1 -- Friday the 13th - The First Season
1. The Inheritance [:38]
1. The Poison Pen [1:38]
1. Qupid's Quiver [1:47]
1. A Cup Of Time [:31]
Disc #2 -- Friday the 13th - The First Season
1. Hellowe'en [:48]
1. The Great Montarro [15:20]
1. Doctor Jack [7:46]
1. Shadow Boxer [12:17]
1. Root Of All Evil [6:43]
Disc #3 -- Friday the 13th - The First Season
1. Tales of the Undead [:48]
1. Scarecrow [19:19]
1. Faith Healer [8:57]
1. The Baron's Bride [6:59]
1. Bedazzled [6:55]
Disc #4 -- Friday the 13th - The First Season
1. Vanity's Mirror [:47]
1. Tattoo [12:33]
1. Brain Drain [9:29]
1. The Electrocutioner [7:40]
Disc #5 -- Friday the 13th - The First Season
1. The Quilt of Hathor [:47]
1. Quilt of Hathor: The Awakening [12:45]
1. Double Exposure [13:15]
1. The Pirate's Promise [6:35]
Disc #6 -- Friday the 13th - The First Season
1. Bade of Honor [:48]
1. Pipe Dream [14:04]
1. What A Mother To Wouldn't Do [12:29]
1. Bottle Of Dreams [10:37]

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Friday the 13th The Series - Season 1 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
At first I thought that they were going to end up releasing the edited syndication version, but to my suprise each episode is complete and intact. I have heard complaints of no commentaries or other special features who cares. What is important is that the series has finally been released. Now, if they would hurry and come out with seasons 2 and 3.
DanskMagnus More than 1 year ago
I remember being a teenager in the 80's and first seeing this. Though I was first disappointed that it had NOTHING to do with Camp Crystal Lake mythology, I got over it quick and eventually realized that Cursed Antiques story was even better and way more viable for an ongoing storyline. True, the 80's style tends to make one cringe every now and again, it's still a good series and for 26 hour-long (approx)episodes it's a pretty good value. The only complaint I would have to write is that the transfer is nothing to write home about. When i first saw the Title sequence I thought it had been re-mastered but alas when the episode began it was fairly grainy and aged looking. No matter I'm still glad I bought it and it's still kinda creepy.
CStarMoonshine More than 1 year ago
I loved this series when it first came out. Getting the chance to watch it again made me realize it was better than I rememeber.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Friday the 13th The Series is a syndicated series dating from 20 years ago. It follows the exploits of Ryan, and Mikki as they track cursed artifacts sold by their deceased uncle from an antiques shop. Chris Wiggins plays Jack Marshak who is the new owner, and directs Ryan &amp Mikki towards each object. The show employed blue screen and other special effects which pale to some of the CGI used today. The stories, however, were fantastic and well researched. They includes everything from voodoo, to vampires, and more. I saw an episode recently and I can say that they do not age well. The production value is a little better than Forever Knight, and they 80's hair &amp style are almost comedic. The DVD includes no extras which is disappointing. Chris Wiggins is a character actor who has done everything from ReGenesis, to Earth: Final Conflict. Louise Robey (who played Mikki) and John D LeMay (Ryan) have less spectacular resumes. Commentaries or Featurettes with them would have made this release more valuable to fans.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My brother has been waiting for this to come on dvd for YEARS!! Happy to say I will surprise him with it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i gave up hope that this show would ever come out on dvd but i guess it finally made it i loved this show so mucho i would stay up all night on friday and saturday night'd just to watch it this was a very good 80's show the quilt of hathor was one of my many favorites and i thank god for letting it finally come out on dvd :&quot :&quot
Matt16 More than 1 year ago
This T.V. show was originally supposed to be title "The 13th Hour." However, at the last minute, the creators decided to change the name due to the popular horror films in full swing and in their prime. "Freddy's Nightmares", a TV show based on the movies of the same name, was announced to be in post production around the scheduled release of "The 13th Hour." Creator Frank Mancuso requested that the series name be changed to bare the name "Friday the 13th The Series" in order to boost the projected ratings of its pilot episode "The Inheritence." What began as a forseeably failing horror series ran for more seasons than orginally projected, making it one of the most popular horror series in history. Among other popular horror series; Tales from the Crypt, Tales from the Darkside; and Dark Shadows, the first horror series which ran from 1966-1971.
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