No such luck. While the Nightmare on Elm Street movies possess a sick yet clever surrealism, and the first Halloween was at least well crafted, the Friday the 13th series has always been the cut-rate horror franchise, offering barely functional sex-and-slash pitched straight at the moron brigade. Jason Goes to Hell varies the formula a bit, with ideas swiped from The Terminator, The Hidden, and Alien, but after nine installments the impalements and dismemberments all look the same. So go to hell already, Jason — and take Sean Cunningham, the ”brains” behind this dreck, with you. F
Jason Goes to Hell: The Final FridayNo such luck. While the Nightmare on Elm Street movies possess a sick yet clever surrealism, and the first Halloween was at least well...Jason Goes to Hell: The Final FridayHorrorRNo such luck. While the Nightmare on Elm Street movies possess a sick yet clever surrealism, and the first Halloween was at least well...1993-08-27
Genre: Horror; Starring: Kane Hodder; Director: Adam Marcus; MPAA Rating: R
Posted August 27 1993 — 12:00 AM EDT
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