You can celebrate the cinematic history of Jason Voorhes on DVD right before you see the new incarnation on the silver screen. His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th will be released in a two-disc "Splatter Edition" on February 3. The two-disc set will be priced at $19.97 and will also include Movie Money good for a ticket to the Friday the 13th and a limited edition poster of the DVD cover art as well.

His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th

Executive Produced by Sean S. Cunningham, produced and written by Anthony Masi (Halloween 25 Years of Terror, The Psycho Legacy) and Thommy Hutson (Prank), and directed by Daniel Farrands (screenwriter of The Girl Next Door and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers), His Name Was Jason is the definitive look at the history and cultural legacy of this 20th Century boogeyman. Extensive interviews were conducted with more than 80 people involved throughout the entire Friday the 13th franchise, as well as filmmaker and fan testimonials.

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The documentary is hosted by legendary special effects make-up artist Tom Savini - whose (literally) eye-popping prosthetics were featured in such gorefest classics as 1979's Dawn of the Dead, Creepshow, Maniac, and the original Friday the 13th and Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter.

Special Features:

- The Men Behind The Mask

- Final Cuts

- From Script To Screen

- Fan Films

- Closing the Book on The Final Chapter

- Fox Comes Home

- Friday the 13th in 4 Minutes

- Jason Takes Comic-Con

- The Camp Crystal Lake Survival Guide

- Inside Halloween Horror Nights

- Shelly Lives