He was sent to Hell, but not even Hell can hold Jason forever. With the help of a few mischievous teenagers, and a book from the Voorhees estate. Jason is brought back from his fifteen year... See full summary »
David B. Stewart III
David B. Stewart III
Alice, having survived the previous installment of the Nightmare series, finds the deadly dreams of Freddy Krueger starting once again. This time, the taunting murderer is striking through ... See full summary »
Kelly Jo Minter
The secret of Jason's evil is revealed. It is up to the last remaining descendant of the Voorhees family to stop Jason before he becomes immortal and unstoppable. This is the final (?) battle to end Jason's reign of terror forever. Written by
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Steven is thrown onto a side table with a lamp by Josh, and all the items (picture frame, etc.) fall into the ground. In the next shot, all of those items are gone from the floor except the lamp. See more »
We're going to Camp Crystal Lake.
Oh, yeah? Planning on smoking a little dope, having a little premarital sex and getting slaughtered?
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On the end of the credits, we hear the famous echo: "Ki-ki-ki...ma-ma-ma" See more »
"Final" keeps meaning "expect more" in this series
Jason, having teleported back from Manhattan inbetween movies, is blown apart, by the FBI, at the very beginning of this, and he does not appear(as portrayed by Hodder, at least) much beyond that in this. Instead, his demonic spirit begins to take over other bodies, seeking to find a lasting one to replace the one now in pieces, in a sort of Child's Play kind of idea. This is different from every other entry, and how open you are to that will help to determine how much you like it. They poke fun at the slasher sub-genre some, and there are funny moments in this. Some of the characters(there aren't many obnoxious ones in this one, probably why we care when things happen, especially in the last half) are quite likable, including our male lead, and the resident cool black dude of the film, the bounty hunter Creighton Duke(who looks like he's right out of the Wild West), who they use just little enough that he remains really effective. There is no real stalking in this, we again get swift, brutal attacks but they are exciting and, in spite of the killer now being "regular people", or perhaps specifically because of it, we are terrified of him. The deaths are creative and memorable, and the FX(save for the 2D animated light stuff) are *great*. This has more plot and mythology(that only the first two really had) than any of the others, in fact, it's probably in excess of the rest when they're all put together. I don't like for mysteries in horror to be explained away, but if they were gonna(...and they were, this is the ninth one), this is a pretty cool take on it. This is 84 minutes long sans credits. It's filmed and edited quite well, as Adam Marcus proves that sometimes, fans can do really well when given the reins of the object of their affection. There is a lot of blood, gore and violence and a little nudity and sexuality in this. The DVD comes with the original theatrical trailer and a decent article entitled Slash and Burn(it is of course on the "pro" side). I recommend this to any fan of the franchise who would like this approach. 6/10
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