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Still haunted by his past, Tommy Jarvis - who, as a child, killed Jason Voorhees - wonders if the serial killer is connected to a series of brutal murders occurring in and around the secluded halfway house where he now lives.
Tommy Jarvis goes to the graveyard to get rid of Jason Voorhees' body once and for all, but inadvertently brings him back to life instead. The newly revived killer once again seeks revenge, and Tommy may be the only one who can defeat him.
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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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Sean Cunningham long since believed actors never took their cues fast enough, meaning it would take them just a couple of seconds too long to (for example) go out of a room through a door because they'd be too busy emoting. His passive aggressive solution was not to communicate more clearly to the actors but instead shoot at 22 frames per second instead of 24, thinking the increased speed would eliminate any sign of slight hesitation from the actor. This put the audio all out of whack, but he could fix that with a harmonizer. Cunningham puts this technique to the test on Deepstar Six, and liked the results enough to force Marcus to employ the method while filming Jason Goes to Hell. An unexpected though obvious consequence of filming everything at a slightly faster frame rate was that (for example) where they thought they had a 90 minute film they only actually had 80 minutes. See more »
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Probably not the send-out fans were hoping for but it does take a cool twist
Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday is (supposedly) the last Friday
the 13th chapter... FBI agents hunt down and destroy Jason at Crystal
Lake - but Jason has the ability to possess other people's bodies and
continues his bloodbath.
I don't think this would be a favourite of the fans - it is quite
corny, Jason doesn't feature a lot in the movie... but I think the
movie half-way through takes a turn for the better. Instead of being
another mindless slasher - the movie goes all John Woo with some cool
gun fights and slow motion camera. It was like the director had watched
a couple of John Woo films for the first time half-way through shooting
the movie and decides... "it would be cool to use this stuff in this
The "Invasion of the Body Snatcher" plot doesn't work - but I think the
stylish gun battles redeem this film somewhat. Sort of recommended!
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