Jason Goes to Hell
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Jason Voorhees, the living, breathing essence of evil, is back for onefierce, final fling! Tracked down and blown to bits by a special FBItask force, everyone now assumes that he's finally dead. But everybodyassumes wrong. Jason has been reborn with the bone-chilling ability toassume the identity of anyone he touches. The terrifying truth is thathe could be anywhere, or anybody. In this shocking, blood-soaked finaleto Jason's carnage-ridden reign of terror, the horrible secret of hisunstoppable killing instinct is finally revealed. And once you know thechilling facts, you'll see him in your nightmares!]]>
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Jason's tattered remains are being examined by a professional. The man is hypnotized by Jason's black heart so much so that he eats it (there's some interesting acting). This brings the spirit of Jason into him. He continues to go from body to body, searching for his living family members (his sister, his niece, and his niece's baby). If he can get one of them to host his spirit, he will be reborn with into his old body, complete with mask and all.
He switches bodies multiple times throughout the movie, which is kind of cool. The downside of this is that there aren't many scenes with Jason as Jason -- that is, Kane Hodder as Jason. This is his third of four times playing Jason in a row. Hodder does have a short appearance as an FBI agent, but he gets killed.
The ending is pretty lame with the 'heart creature' and the giant hands from Hell. However, the sequence right before the credits is very exciting. I won't spoil it for those who haven't seen it, but let's just say that there's a very special cameo.
Aside from the cameo I just mentioned, there are some other interesting appearances. The book in the old Voorhees house is the Book Of The Dead from the Evil Dead movies. Additionally, the dagger used to kill Jason was the same daggeer used in Evil Dead.Read more ›
"Duke"- he seems to "know it all". How? Why is he such an expert on Jason Voorhees? The sickest part is that he has the answer to killing Jason for good, but unless he gets his "price", he will allow more people to die. He also is allowed to mouth off to police officers (in the diner) and get away with it.
Who cast "Steven"? How is a nerd like that with big geeky glasses the leading man?
When the sherriff (Jason) attacks Mrs. Kimball and she shoots him, to escape, she tiptoes right over him- even though there is plenty of space in that huge living room.
Funny how Steven is able to use his hands perfectly after two fingers have been broken.
Just a few observations. This movie is a disgrace and is better left forgotten.
I finally got to see it a few days ago and, wow... I mean, I honestly gave this movie a chance. I really did. This installment into the series is what PART 3 was to the HALLOWEEN series. Jason is barely in the movie. When you do see him, his makeup job is so weak that he becomes more comical than imposing or frightening. Now, I love Kane Hodder as Jason, but the acting in this movie is absolutely bottom shelf. There are a few decent visual effects, yet there are more than enough cheesy effects to counter and totally eclipse the good.
This is the 2nd "mulligan" of the series: along with part 5, fans will wish they could simply remove them from the series and forever forget them.
Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993) *
D: Adam Marcus
C: Andrew Bloch, Billy Green Bush, Adam Cranner, Steven Culp, Kane Hodder
P: Jason is blown to pieces after a police ambush, but his spirit is resurrected jumping from body to body in an effort to be born again.
Misguided sequel ignores most of the other entries in the series and forgets about logic & reason. It throws in some mumbo jumbo saying that Jason is an evil spirit. It then wallows in its own cruelty, torture, gore and excessive violence while the other Friday the 13th movies had a certain spirit & cheerful disposition to their death sequences that made Jason a modern day anti-hero.
There’s also a serious lack of Jason. Jason is talked about throughout the film, but other then the opening and closing of the movie, he isn't anywhere to be found as this sequel has him jumping from one body to the next. Jason, in his true physical form, hockey mask and all, is the selling point of this series. Jason is the heart and soul of this series and you just can't exclude him from a film bearing his name. Without Jason, it just isn't the same. Even an eye opening twist in the final frames can’t salvage this. The R rated version runs 85 minutes. [R] 91 mins.
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People always give Jason X a lot of guff, NAH, THIS is THE WORST Jason movie ever made.Published 1 month ago by J. Leone
It's difficult to be the 'worst' Friday the 13th movie, but they manage it. For desperate Friday the 13th & gore fans only. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Max Freeman
Got this as a gift for someone. Not a huge fan of horror myself. Saw this once but not a film I'd watch again.Published 3 months ago by CG
The only 1990s Friday the 13th movie! This movie was advertised in an episode of the 1996 cartoon Quack Pack!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
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