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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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Every time I see a Jason movie, I wonder about the same thing over and over again: why doesn't he just walk in there right now and kill everybody at once? Well, I'm glad to say the diner scene from "Jason Goes To Hell" gives us pretty much exactly that. This entry is by far the most violent of all the "Friday the 13th"-movies, not only because there are so many kills but also because they're so damn brutal. The tent scene is just an instant classic if you have a disturbed mind. Same with the woman who gets her head crushed until her brains splash out in a glorious fountain, it's not great cinema but it's so damn entertaining. Don't give any thought to the plot though, it'll only confuse or depress. Just cover your ears and scream "lalalalalalala" during those scenes. Huh, Jason can hop bodies? He's got a house and a sister? What, a magic dagger? Why is he shaving? Oh wait forget it all, people are getting killed again. This is the part where even the last bit of sense the series still made is being thrown in the dumpster, but I can't hate it like a real "Friday"-purist because this is easily one of the more riveting entries. Watch at your own risk.
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