Director: Joseph Zito
Stars: Erich Anderson, Judie Aronson, Kimberly Beck, Peter Barton, Corey Feldman, Crispin Glover, Lawrence Monoson
In this Friday the 13th installment, we find yet another area containing two houses side by side near Camp Crystal Lake. A mother and her two children live in one house and the other is a rental, so Jason just happens to be strolling along with her weapon in hand, and I guess going home. For some reason Jason just is not a people person and tries to slay them all. In this movie Jason has someone hunter him, a man who lost his sister by the hands of Jason.
Since Jason “died” in the last movie, his body is sent to the morgue to be reviewed. Jason kills a few people in the hospital. The death scenes in the hospital were very nice and bloody, but the characters were asking for it.
A group of young adults rent the house to get drunk and have sex as always. They run into a set of female twins on bikes cause that happens a lot in the middle of nowhere in the woods. They all get together to have a party, and then the killing starts. And while the killings are happening one of the guests just happens to find a movie screen and vintage porn in a rental house.
At the other house, the youngest of the kids, Tommy played by Corey Feldman, makes horror masks and what not since he is the only kid in the area. He ends up shaving most of his head with a lady Bic in about 3 mins to look like the pictures he found in the hunter’s backpack. Tommy hacks into Jason’s head at the end of the movie.
This is one of my favorite in the series. I think it’s because it is not taking place at a camp. Who the hell goes to camp, especially after all of the camp killer films? It would sound like a nightmare to me.
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) Trailer