Lionsgate, Sony, Paramount, New Line, Weinstein, Relativity and Rogue, Universal, and Full Moon: Make a rights-sharing deal involving your horror franchises and the planned TV series based on the "Hack/Slash" comics

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If the rights to further entries in the horror franchises "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", "Halloween", "Friday The 13th", "A Nightmare On Elm Street", "Evil Dead", "Re-Animator", "My Bloody Valentine", "Black Christmas", "Silent Night, Deadly Night", "Child's Play(Chucky)", "Leprechaun", "Hellraiser", "Phantasm", "Pumpkinhead", "Wishmaster", "Warlock", "Candyman", "Maniac Cop", "Shocker", "Annabelle"/"The Conjuring", "Jeepers Creepers", "Hatchet", "Behind The Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon", "Trick 'R Treat", and "Krampus", the rights to further entries in the "Darkman" franchise, the rights to further entries in Full Moon's "Puppet Master" and "Demonic Toys, Dollman, & Bad Channels" horror franchises, and the rights to the planned "Hack/Slash" TV series can be shared by Lionsgate and Starz, Sony, Vortex, Trancas, Paramount, Warner Bros and New Line, Weinstein, Relativity and Rogue, Universal, American Zoetrope, ArieScope and Dark Sky, and Full Moon, then there can be a "Hack/Slash" TV series, in addition to more entries in the previously mentioned franchises and epic crossover events. Note: The timeline of the universe in which these take place should contain the events of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"[1974], "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2", "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3: Leatherface", "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 4: The Next Generation", and the prequel to "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"[1974] titled "Leatherface", "Halloween"[1978] and the 2018 "Halloween" film(which should be officially retitled "Halloween: The Shape Returns"), the original "Friday The 13th"(excluding "Jason X") and "A Nightmare On Elm Street" film series, "Friday The 13th: The Series", the "Re-Animator" film series, "My Bloody Valentine"[1981], "Black Christmas"[1974], the "Silent Night, Deadly Night" film series, the "Child's Play(Chucky)" film series, the original "Leprechaun" film series, the 1st-5th "Hellraiser" films, the Director's Cut of "Nightbreed", the "Phantasm" film series, the "Wishmaster" film series, the "Warlock" film series, the "Candyman" film series, the "Maniac Cop" film series, "Shocker", the "Darkman" film series, the "Annabelle"/"The Conjuring" film series, the "Jeepers Creepers" film series, the "Hatchet" film series, "Behind The Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon", "Trick 'R Treat", "Krampus", and the "Puppet Master" film series and the "Demonic Toys, Dollman, & Bad Channels" film series.

The next "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" film should be "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 5", it should pick up shortly after the events of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 4: The Next Generation", it should be at least 2 hours & 14 minutes long(without counting the credits), and it should answer all of the unanswered questions relating to the first 4 films, including those about the Sawyer family's connection to the Illuminati, how Leatherface was resurrected after his deaths at the ends of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2" and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3: Leatherface", and why Sally Hardesty's death was faked, and it should be revealed that Chop Top(played by Bill Moseley, with CGI being used to make him appear as old as Chop Top would be in 1995), Nubbins, Drayton, and Vilmer were resurrected. Among Leatherface's mask collection, the masks he wore in the first 4 films and the masks worn by his counterpart from the universe of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"[2003] and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" should be included, and Leatherface should use the masks that he wore in the first film. For this universe, new versions of Leatherface's family members that were created for the universe of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"[2003] and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" should be created. The film's tone should be a perfect blend of the tone of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"[1974] and the tone of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2". Sally Hardesty, Vanita 'Stretch' Brock, Boude 'Lefty' Enright(who gets resurrected), Michelle and Benny, and Jenny should be in the film. Leatherface should do the chainsaw dances that he did in "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"[1974] and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2". The song "No One Lives Forever"(performed by Oingo Boingo) should be played in the background during the end credits.

A sequel to "Leatherface" titled "Leatherface 2" should be made that features certain plot elements and characters from "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning".

The original stories created for "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" comic books should be used for future films.

There should be a film titled "Jason VS Leatherface" that's loosely based on the comic book miniseries of the same name, takes place shortly after the events of "Freddy VS Jason", is at least 2 hours & 14 minutes long(without counting the credits), and is directed by Ronny Yu.

The next "Halloween" film should take place 1 year after the 2018 "Halloween" film, it should have Laurie Strode(played by Jamie Lee Curtis), Karen Strode Nelson(played by Judy Greer), and Allyson Nelson(played Andi Matichak), and it should introduce this timeline's version of Laurie Strode's daughter named Jamie(played by Danielle Harris). It should also have Tommy Doyle(played by Brian Andrews), who, after learning that Michael Myers's body was not found after the events of the 2018 "Halloween" film, becomes convinced(as does Laurie Strode) that he will return the next Halloween and becomes determined to face his fear of Michael and kill him. It should be revealed that Tommy and Lindsey Wallace(played by Kyle Richards) got married. There should be a Netflix-streamed TV miniseries set in this timeline that's a remake of "Halloween 3: Season of The Witch" titled "Halloween: Silver Shamrock", and is set in 1982.

Michael Myers should be played by James Jude Courtney, Jason Voorhees and Victor Crowley should be played by Kane Hodder, Freddy Krueger should be played by Robert Englund, the Leprechaun should be played by Warwick Davis, Herbert West should be played by Jeffrey Combs, and Candyman should be voiced by Tony Todd.

The TV series "Ash VS Evil Dead" should be continued with Netflix. The stories from the "Evil Dead" comic books(including the crossovers with other horror icons) and video games(the music scores of which should be used) should be adapted for "Ash VS Evil Dead".

The planned "Hack/Slash" TV series should be streamed on Netflix alongside "Ash VS Evil Dead".

The next "Friday The 13th" film should be a prequel to "Friday The 13th"[1980] that's at least 2 hours & 14 minutes long(without counting the credits), and among the many things that should be revealed in it, including the story behind the Voorhees Dagger(which is a Kandarian Dagger), one of them should be that the Necronomicon that was seen in the Voorhees House in "Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday" was discovered by Pamela Voorhees, who used it to resurrect Jason and un-decay his body after he drowned in Crystal Lake. But, unknown to Pamela, the spell that she used also gave Jason the ability to teleport short distances, gave Jason a limited superhuman healing factor, gave Jason a homing ability that would allow him to always find his way back home, and made it so that if Jason's body was ever blown up, Jason's soul would go into Jason's heart, Jason would be able to possess someone else's body by mind-controlling them to make them eat Jason's heart, and Jason's heart would be able to turn into a serpent-like demon body, hence how Jason was fine in "Friday The 13th 3" after his shoulder was injured in "Friday The 13th 2", how Jason survived being axed in the head and being hung in "Friday The 13th 3", how Jason didn't have a limp in "Friday The 13th 4: The Final Chapter" after he was stabbed in the leg in "Friday The 13th 3", and what happened in "Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday". After Jason's resurrection and the un-decaying of his body via the Necronomicon, Pamela, wanting to keep Jason's resurrection a secret, built a shack for Jason to live in in the woods, showed him how to hunt in order to provide food for himself, and told him that she would visit him often and that he shouldn't ever leave the woods, except to come see her in emergency situations. The film should show the police interviews with Pamela Voorhees that were depicted through the Pamela Tapes in "Friday The 13th: The Game", as well as the killings that Pamela did before 1979, and Pamela messing with the water of Crystal Lake. At the end of the film, Jason should see Pamela being beheaded by Alice Hardy, and after Alice falls asleep in the boat, Jason should go over to Pamela's body and pick up her head, her sweater, her pants, and the machete that Alice used to kill her, and then, Jason should run off with these objects after hearing the police car sirens.

For any time that flashbacks to "Friday The 13th 4: The Final Chapter" that involve Jason's hockey mask, Jason's skin tone, and/or Jason's face are used, Jason's hockey mask should be altered to look like it did in "Friday The 13th 3", Jason's skin tone should be corrected, and Jason's face design should be swapped with Jason's face design from the end of "Friday The 13th 3". For any time that flashbacks to "Friday The 13th 6: Jason Lives" that involve Jason are used, Jason's hockey mask should be altered to look like it did in "Friday The 13th 7: The New Blood".

TV miniseries should be streamed on Netflix that are based on the comic book miniseries titled "Freddy VS Jason VS Ash" and "Freddy VS Jason VS Ash 2: The Nightmare Warriors". A song performed by Dokken and Alice Cooper titled "Nightmare Warriors" should be made for the "Freddy VS Jason VS Ash 2: The Nightmare Warriors" TV miniseries.

The "Friday The 13th" and "A Nightmare On Elm Street" comic books that have original stories should be adapted via films.

A future "Friday The 13th" film should end in a way that somehow results in Jason being in the sewers of New York City, with the next film being about Jason prowling the dark corners, alleyways, and underbelly of the city at night in order to kill more people, in a similar fashion to what the Predator of "Predator 2" does in that film. This film should be titled "Friday The 13th: Jason Takes Manhattan Again". In the opening sequence of the film, some urban explorers who are exploring the sewers of NYC should encounter Jason, who kills them all, but the sequence should end the same way that the opening sequence of "Friday The 13th"[1980] ended, with the final victim of the sequence getting a freezeframe, as opposed to their death being shown, and the title of the film being shown. The film should end with Jason going back to the Crystal Lake area.

There should be a "Child's Play(Chucky)" & "Silent Night, Deadly Night" crossover film titled "Silent Night, Chucky Night". There should be a "Child's Play(Chucky)", "Puppet Master", & "Demonic Toys" crossover film titled "Chucky VS Toulon's Puppets VS Demonic Toys".

"Evil Dead"[2013] should be re-titled "Evil Dead: The Next Generation" because that title makes more sense, and so that people who are not die-hard fans of the "Evil Dead" franchise will know that it is not a full-on reboot but another entry in the existing continuity.

All of the "Hellraiser" stories from novels & comic books should be adapted via a "Hellraiser" TV series, which should be streamed on Netflix, all of the Harry D'Amour stories from novels & comic books should be adapted via a Harry D'Amour TV series, which should be streamed on Netflix, and there should be a TV series based on the "Books of The Art" novel series, which should be streamed on Netflix.

The "Puppet Master" comic books by Action Lab should be adapted via a TV series, which should be streamed on Netflix.

The comic book titled "Trick 'R Treat: Days of The Dead" should be turned into a film. The comic book titled "Krampus: Shadow of Saint Nicholas" should be turned into a film.

The video game titled "Dead By Daylight" should be turned into a TV series, which should be streamed on Netflix.

Years from now, there should be a 1-season-long TV series, which should be streamed on Netflix, in which the Entity from "Dead By Daylight" brings all the villain characters of these franchises together and forces them to fight each other in "Mortal Kombat"-style battles, and the surviving hero characters of these franchises are brought into the situation by the Entity. The surviving hero characters should somehow acquire a mystical artifact that they are able to use to summon the dead hero characters of these franchises to help them deal with the situation. Whenever one of the villain characters is killed or defeated in a battle, the Entity should rejuvenate them so that they can battle against another opponent. The various "Mortal Kombat"-style battles should lead up to a grand final battle, in which the Entity pits all of the villain characters against each other at once.

Eventually, there should be a TV miniseries remake of "Jason X", which should be streamed on Netflix, that has the best elements of the "Jason X" film and is an expansion on & partial re-imagining of the film.