When filming the scene where Jason jumped out of the way of a moving car, the car came within inches of hitting Jason's actor Josh Segal. His parents were understandably furious, met with the director and demanded that he be paid a stunt fee, to which Friedman obliged. The footage of Segal almost getting hit is the take used in the actual film. See more »
The workman's eyes clearly move after he is dead. See more »
Very uneven 80s horror movie that seems to turn into different movies every 20 minutes, none of it makes too much sense, but there is some gravity to the movie. Decent performance from the lead actress, not so from the bland male lead, but weirdly the star of the show is the kid who is has this great way of looking at the psycho adults.
This is no lost gem but like nearly everything 80s it's still fairly enjoyable
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