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PART 1: Kevin Bacon's arrow through the neck 4 5.56%
PART 1: Mrs. Voorhees has a headache 1 1.39%
PART 2: Spear through humping Jeff & Sandra 2 2.78%
PART 2: Mark gets machete to face before rolling down stairs 14 19.44%
PART 3D: Rick's 3D eye popping 2 2.78%
PART 3D: Andy's hand stand comes to a splitting end 6 8.33%
PART 4: Jason goes bananas for a Canadian hippie 0 0%
PART 4: Jason's unmasking and climactic knife slide 8 11.11%
PART 4: Jason finds the Crispin's corkscrew 3 4.17%
PART 5: Demon's shitbox slashing 0 0%
PART 5: Post-coital tree tying 2 2.78%
PART 6: Nikki's T-1000 head through the mirror 2 2.78%
PART 7: Sleeping bag tree bash 9 12.50%
PART 7: Melissa wears axe and has a face for TV 1 1.39%
PART 8: Jason scores a free throw with Julius' head 1 1.39%
JASON GOES TO HELL: Tent scene. 'nuff said. 3 4.17%
JASON X: Liquid nitrogen face smash 7 9.72%
JASON X: 80's sleeping bag redux 1 1.39%
FREDDY VS. JASON: Bed folds five (machete slashes) 1 1.39%
Other (specify in thread...) 5 6.94%
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Old 03-13-2015, 05:40 PM   #1
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Best Kill in a Friday the 13th Movie?

Two Friday the 13ths in a row this year, and another one coming later this year. It's the year of Jason...and yet somehow New Line couldn't get their shit together to release this perpetually in limbo remake/sequel/found footage/80s mess on one of 2015's three Friday the 13ths. Oh well, let's have our own little Jason party and recount what our favorite kill was throughout the series. I've picked 20 here, but feel free to pick your own and write about it in the thread.

Happy Friday the 13th!
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Old 03-13-2015, 06:02 PM   #2
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So many good ones...but I went with Andy in Part 3. I cringe every time I watch it.
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Old 03-13-2015, 06:18 PM   #3
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The hand stand kill in part 3 is my favorite from any slasher film. So good!
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Old 03-13-2015, 06:40 PM   #4
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Mark gets machete to face before rolling down stairs



Too often in films or novels, a wheelchair/disability = "safe." Not here!
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Old 03-13-2015, 07:05 PM   #5
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I wanted to say the nitrogen face-smash, but I gave it to the corkscrew kill as my wife and I often quote that scene when asking each other where ANYthing is.
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Too often in films or novels, a wheelchair/disability = "safe." Not here!
This is a great one, but I always thought it was weird that in this kill and the upside down throat slit the wrong side of the machete is being used.
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Many great ones. Hard to choose. Not my favorite, but I have always loved everything about Annie, her lead up, chase and suspenseful demise:

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This is a great one, but I always thought it was weird that in this kill and the upside down throat slit the wrong side of the machete is being used.
Sharp eye, but perhaps some machetes have double-sided blades? (or all of them do, I dunno.)
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KO punch decapitation from part 8 without a doubt. It's been my favorite death scene in any horror film ever. It's just that funny.
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Man, give me old school Savini any day of the week. Can't wait to see this tonight:

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Liquid nitrogen face smash.
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Old 03-13-2015, 11:17 PM   #12
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So difficult to go with a single kill from this series, but I had to go with Jason Unmasking/Knife Slide from THE FINAL CHAPTER. It was such a terrific effect and a huge deal at the time.
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Old 03-14-2015, 02:24 AM   #13
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Totally agree with Paff. I will never forget my first time seeing Marcy's trip to the bathroom. Starts off creepy as hell and ends up absolutely shocking. I remember thinking the shot of the rising axe would be it, but to see it embedded in her face nearly cost me my sanity.
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I have to give it some thought. Best overall is a tough pick.
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