Over the years, Jason Voorhees has faced a myriad of very different adversaries, including campers, cops, bounty hunters, sassy black children, hell’s demons, Freddy Kreuger, space marines… the list is endless. In 2009’s reboot of the series, however, he faces his most dangerous enemy yet – Sam Winchester. Supernatural’s long-haired moose teams up with Disney starlet-cum-scream queen, Danielle Panabaker, to track down Dean after his botched sex change operation has him go AWOL and get captured by the teleporting zombie, Jason Voorhees.
Speaking of sex, this movie is just as much a porno-lite as every other entry in the Friday the 13th series, despite its attempt at a serious script and solid directing. The most awesome exhibition of nudity in the film are the three scenes covering the heavenly-built Julianna Guill. Yes, the director decided that her sex scene was so important, the film goes back to it another two times after the first time… and good God is he right. I swear, if the entire film consisted of watching Julianna Guill’s naked melons bobbing up and down, it would be the greatest piece of art ever produced.
Not that the movie is bad as is. Quite the contrary, in fact. Unlike some of the earlier movies in the franchise that make me yell at my screen like a fat woman in a ghetto theater, this one is actually written so that the characters die because they are no match for Jason’s brute strength (and mystical teleporting powers), not because they are suicidal and developmentally-challenged. Also, the boobies are awesome. There are actually two more nude scenes in the film, but I’ll get to those in the next post. Caps and clip from this one are below, and you can check out the exclusive GIFs on Tumblr. Enjoy.