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Plot: Serial killer Jason Voorhees' supernatural origins are revealed. Runtime: 87 mins Release Date: 13 Aug 1993
Although this Film gets a little to Sci Fi, It still has 1 High Body Count, 2 Good looking Teenagers, 3 An Unbeatable Jason Voorhees, and 4 Gore and Violence. What more could you ask for?? Nothing in my Opinion. Also This Film has Much Better Acting, Special Effects, Sound Quality, and Picture Quality. Good to Rent.
A good ending (by anonimus_0011)
I just wanna say this was an excellent movie to finish the series of the hockey mask killer, i can tell it was excellent because i am the greatest fan of Friday the 13th!!!. I was really anxious when i was going to watch is buy the first time, it really surprised me with things the others movie didn't have like Jason going body by body.The part i really enjoyed was when Jason got into the police station and defeated all the cops, then when he got into the restaurant and everybody was shooting him. Ja JA JA!! But no bullet can stop him.I really liked it, now i can wait for the new movie of <more>
Friday the 13th: "I hope it to come this year". I also i am the biggest fun of nightmare on elm street and if this new movie is a sequel between Jason and Freddy much better!!!!
I am the biggest Friday the 13th fan ever After watching this I must buy it I absolutely loved it Adam Marcus 's Directing is fantastic,The story is terrific. And I will tell you why Kane Hodder is the best and John D lemay is great the horror is great the nudity superb is loved seeing Jason Mask THE BEST movie ever made if you ask me better than the ultra crap The godfather Iencourage people to put this at the top IMDb movie it is simply the best way better than The Godfather and the Shawshank redemption if you see this you MUST Buy it Without a doubt for the love of god it's number1 <more>
please if anyone out there agrees PLEASE tell us now BUY it now DO NOT listen to anyone else this is without a doubt the best movie ever Made!
It is sad that this is the only adventure Jason had in the 90's and I think that basically sums that decade up. The 90's was a decade when we bread our children to be stupid and forget the past. It is a decade when we told our children just live for the now there will be consequences in the future, but there were. Because the generation I come from has been bred on stupidity we elected the dumbest man into office not once but freaking twice, come on people just because his last name is Bush does not mean he will support all your deviant sexual exploits. It is also because of this that <more>
we have forgotten where terror came from and this film was a last desperate gasp to show us that in turn failed. Hardly anyone remembers this film. As a child of the 90's I was reared on USA network and when they aired the classic eight Jason films I could not wait for this new final installment to the franchise. When I finally saw it, I was dismayed as Jason is almost not in the film and when the kills happen it is only to adults. Was this to say that maybe Jason's audience had matured and no longer wished to gaze upon the senseless demise of teens or was this to tell us that horror was dead and that a new generation would never understand the greatness that was the late 70's and all of the 80's blood cinema. All this film had going for it was the complete lack of respect for the MPAA I say good they should be taught a lesson , and the fact that Freddy Krueger's gloved pop up at the end. This ending meant two things for me over my life time so far. First as a child it was hope that horror would return to it's heyday and we would see the mother of all blood battles. In my teen years and early adult hood this meaning changed when that follow up was realized. The new meaning was that Jason is dead. I love him and wish for him to continue on his journey, but with the likes of Micheal Bay, UPN, and THE WB and there is no hope for Jason. He is doomed to be a commercial entity that has been taken from the fans and thrown to a generation who could not and will not ever understand where he came from. And where he came from was the imagination of a few good men who were hungry and wanted to leave a legacy. They might not have thought Jason was it but with there determination he became it. I say to Sean S. Cunningham, get your soul back. Buy out Jason from New Line who is about to throw Jason down the crapper, like you did from Paramount, and make one last epic horror odyssey for the fans. I love Jason and he needs to be saved!!!
The best of the entire series is here.Jason has returned, but is shot down with a vengeance by a large police force. After he is blown to body parts, it seems that the maniacal Jason is finally dead.But he's not. The only way that Jason can return is by gaining a new body, and he does this immediately, jumping from body to body, killing person after person, ruining life after life.The final death of Jason is here at long, long last, and, as unexpected, requires a visit to his old childhood home.I'll say, this is the only sequel in the entire series that is ACTUALLY scary. It's a <more>
wonderful horror film, and defeats ALL of the series, INCLUDING THE ORIGINAL, by a really, REALLY long shot. It even sparks the beginning of Freddy VS. Jason... Hmmm...
I've seen it. It's the most terrifying one. Lots of blood, lots of violence. Lots of JASON stuff. Just great.... It even appears the Necronomicon, from Evil Dead.
A really enjoyable installment (by LuckyMatt93)
Jason Goes To Hell is an underrated flick much better than Part 6, Part 8, JX, and FVJ; all of which were atrocities . It IS very silly and does mess with Jason's mythology, but still, the positive aspects are plentiful. The gore in this entry obviously benefited from the bigger budget, with easily some of the best and most gruesome murders in the series. The sexuality and nudity are also kicked up, keeping continuity with the rest of the series. The overall movie is incredibly fun and entertaining, even if it doesn't exactly fit with the other movies in the series. With it's <more>
gore and excessive campiness, it still holds true to many of the conventions of the series. This is an undeniably goofy, tongue-in-cheek horror film full of a few well-played gambles, some good humour thankfully this installment has it's limits and doesn't go overboard with it like Part 6 , and features one of the best out-of-left-field endings since the first Sleepaway Camp.Jason Goes To Hell isn't at the top of my list for the Friday The 13th series, but it's also not at the very bottom either. If you want to see a REAL franchise-ruining film, try Jason X, Halloween Resurrection, or Nightmare On Elm Street 5.
Jason goes to Hell is indeed a stand-alone entry in the series. But enough with the nasty reviews! This is a fine movie. Period. Do not compare it with any instalments before or after, just appreciate it for being unique. Yes, there are themes lifted from other unrelated movies and Yes, it was a departure from all the other Fridays that came before it. Oh, and yes, Jason's return is not explained- but I think that was the best and only way to go after part VIII's slimy sewer ending. I don't believe they disregarded this, or took the easy way out. Rather, they clearly took a sane <more>
approach by jumping ahead and switching the focus. I've heard many angry fans condemn this picture, but they aren't really seeing it in the right light so to speak . So turn the lights off, turn off the criticism and watch it again. Listen to the Director's commentary. Indulge in all the fantastic FX and awesome atmosphere the film offers. Watch it for Kane Hodder. Watch it for all the references to other horror favourites. Just make sure you watch the UNRATED version. Personally, I can't get enough of this movie. Peace.
You can't keep a good killer down (by Woodyanders)
Seemingly unstoppable and indestructible killer Jason Voorhees hulking behemoth Kane Hodder in peak menacing form finally gets blown to bits by the feds in an ambush, but he ain't down for the count just yet. Jason this time takes over the bodies of other folks so he can continue butchering people. Moreover, he can either be reborn or destroyed by a blood relative. Director Adam Marcus, working from a clever script by Dean Lorey and Jay Huguely, relates the compelling story at a constant snappy pace, maintains a mean, brutal tone throughout, delivers plenty of nasty gore a young lady <more>
getting impaled on a tent spike while doing just what you think with her boyfriend rates as the definite splatter highlight , further tarts things up with a welcome sense of self-mocking black humor, offers a generous sprinkling of tasty female nudity, stages the murder set pieces with rip-roaring brio the delightfully outrageous diner massacre sequence in particular seriously smokes , and really goes for broke with a gloriously wild ending which comes complete with one doozy of a sequel set-up punchline. The solid cast contribute admirably sincere performances: John D. LeMay makes for a refreshingly unlikely hero as the nerdy Steven Freeman, Kari Keegan likewise impresses as the sweet Jessica Kimble, Steven Williams almost steals the whole show with his colorful portrayal of flamboyant bounty hunter Creighton Duke, plus there are neat turns by Erin Gray as the spunky Diana Kimble, Allison Smith as Jessica's cheery gal pal Vicki, Steven Culp as opportunistic TV newscaster Robert Campbell, Billy Green Bush as the hard-nosed Sheriff Ed Landis, and Rusty Schwimmer as feisty, foul-mouthed diner owner Joey B. William Dill's slick cinematography gives the picture a properly moody look. Harry Manfredini's amped-up version of his familiar shivery score hits the shuddery spot. The make-up effects by KNB are first-rate. Unjustly ridiculed by most fans of the series, this outing sizes up as one of the more creative and entertaining entries in the long-running slasher horror series.