FRIDAY THE 13TH

Director Sean S. Cunningham
Year 1980
Starring Adrienne King, Kevin Bacon, Betsy Palmer
Rating R
Run Time 95min
Age Policy

17 and up; Children 5 and up will be allowed only with a parent or guardian. No children under the age of 5 will be allowed.

More Info IMDb

Due to the unpredictable forecast we are cancelling the "outdoor" portion of the FRIDAY THE 13TH event, here's what we're doing so you can still watch this chiller classic on the day it was intended to be seen:

Alamo Drafthouse Littleton will be screening FRIDAY THE 13TH inside our theater at 9:35pm for $7.50 (you'll be dry and have full access to the Alamo menu!)
People are encouraged to visit the opening night of the Haunted Mansion at Reinke Brothers 
(5665 S. Prince St. - Littleton, Co  80121) beforehand (from 5 - 11pm).
Bring back a Haunted Mansion ticket to the Alamo at the FT13TH screening and get a FREE fake machete to wave around!

About the film, FRIDAY THE 13TH:
In 1957, at Camp Crystal Lake, a young boy named Jason Voorhees drowned. In 1958, two camp counselors were murdered. In 1962, fires and bad water thwarted the camp's reopening. Now, in 1979, Steve Christy finally reopens Camp Crystal Lake with the help of a few new counselors. Ignoring the warnings from a crazy old man, the murders start once again while a mysterious stalker prowls the area. Is it revenge that the killer is looking for? Who will survive the nightmare and live to tell the story?

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