Friday the 13th Double: Friday the 13th + Friday the 13th Part II
Things you should avoid on Black Friday include walking under ladders, crossing paths with black cats and spilling salt. Things you should definitely not avoid include enjoying parts I and II of the Friday the 13th series!
Price: $20 ($17 + Booking Fee)
Things to remember:
Girls School Cinema is a licensed venue, so please bring along valid photo ID to gain entry. Without a valid photo ID you will not be allowed entry, unless accompanied by an adult.
There is no pizza for sale at the venue. You will only be able to place orders with Mack Daddy’s New York Slice prior to 5.30pm through the Girls School Cinema website.
6:00pm - Doors Open
6:30pm - Mack Daddy’s New York Slice Pre-Order Delivery
7:30pm - Friday the 13th
9:10pm - Intermission
9:45pm - Friday the 13th Part II
12.00am - Venue Closes
Friday the 13th
Crystal Lake's history of murder doesn't deter counsellors from setting up a summer camp in the woodsy area. Superstitious locals warn against it, but the fresh-faced young people pay little heed to the old-timers. Then they find themselves stalked by a brutal killer. As they're slashed, shot and stabbed, the counsellors struggle to stay alive against a merciless opponent.
Start Time: 7:30pm
Director: Sean S. Cunningham
Cast: Betsy Palmer, Adrienne King, Jeannine Taylor, Kevin Bacon
Run Time: 1h 35m
Year of Release: 1980
Friday the 13th Part II
The second entry in the long-running horror series focuses on a group of teenage would-be counsellors converging on Camp Crystal Lake for training under the tutelage of head counsellor Paul. Inevitably, Paul relates the story of Jason Voorhees, a boy who ostensibly drowned at the camp and whose mother murdered a group of counsellors in revenge. No one takes the tale seriously until a very much alive Jason begins gruesomely eliminating people.
Start Time: 9:45pm
Director: Steve Miner
Cast: Amy Steel, John Furey, Adrienne King, Kirsten Baker, Stu Charno, Warrington Gillette, Walt Gorney
Run Time: 1h 27m
Year of Release: 1981