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Celebrate ‘Friday The 13th’ 40th Anniversary With Jason Voorhees Hot Sauce

As Friday the 13th franchise fans are well aware by this point, the series is stuck in a sort of legal purgatory. Although there doesn’t seem to be anything official going on in terms of new movies coming soon, at least not until the lawsuit between Victor Miller and Sean Cunningham comes to a close, fans have still been keeping the franchise alive and relevant. One such way is actually a very creative and fun one – as it turns out, Gemini Crow Hot Sauce has come out with a new series of Jason Voorhees inspired hot sauces.

Now it is quite obvious that these Jason Voorhees inspired hot sauces from Gemini Crow Hot Sauce aren’t quite officially licensed items from the Friday the 13th brand. Nevertheless, they’re clearly inspired by the franchise’s most popular slasher villain – as you can guess from the several flavors introduced in the line. They include ‘Slasher Sauce,’ ‘Slasher Sauce – Part II,’ ‘Blood of the Lake’ and ’40’. The last of which is clearly a nod to the 40th anniversary of the Friday the 13th franchise, so it’s nice to see Gemini Crow Hot Sauce pay tribute to the special year by selling their own Jason Voorhees inspired hot sauce.

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You can currently purchase your very own Jason Voorhees inspired hot sauce bottle from the official Gemini Crow Hot Sauce website. The prices range from $13 per unsigned bottle, to $30 per signed bottle, and finally $110 for the entire collection. If you’re a fan of Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th, hot sauce, or a mix of the two – it definitely looks like something worth considering.

In the meantime, it’s nice seeing that there is still some hype for the iconic slasher movie franchise despite everything going on with the current Coronavirus issues.

But considering this year marks the 40th anniversary for Friday the 13th, which truly is a massive and iconic horror film franchise, there were no doubt always going to be fans aiming to keep the brand alive. Especially as they have been with fan films and the like while the rights issues continue to dangle in court.

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