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Erin Gray - Saturn Awards 2014 - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 26th June 2014

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Erin Gray Friday 12th August 2011 Wizard World Chicago Comic Con 2011 Chicago, Illinois

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Erin Gray - Samantha Gray Hissong, Erin Gray San Diego, California - 2011 Comic-Con Convention at San Diego Convetion Center - Day 1 - Arrivals Thursday 21st July 2011

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Erin Gray and Mary McDonnell - Erin Gray and Mary McDonnell New York City, USA - 2010 Wizard World Big Apple Comic Con held at the Penn Plaza Pavilion Saturday 2nd October 2010

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Erin Gray and Gil Gerard - Erin Gray and Gil Gerard New York City, USA - Big Apple Comic Con 2009 at Pier 94 Saturday 17th October 2009

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Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday Review


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The funny thing about the Friday the 13th movies is how much energy they expend just to run in place. This series sets the standard for low horror-movie learning curves - not just in the actions of characters onscreen, but in the decisions of the filmmakers; the fact that it took four movies before anyone thought up Bride of Chucky, for example, has its roots in the endless returns to Camp Crystal Lake.

Take Jason Goes to Hell, for example, the ninth film in the series. It opens with a satisfying riff on the Friday status quo: A lone woman rattles around an abandoned cabin, draws a bath, puts on a towel, and gets chased by hulking uber-slasher Jason Voorhees... into some open brush, at which point she executes a diving roll and Jason is beset by a hail of special ops bullets, and then blown to hilarious bits by what we can only assume to be Monty Python's Holy Hand Grenade.

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