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Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter

Year Released: 1984

Staring: Erich Anderson, Judie Aronson, Peter Barton, Kimberly Beck

Director: Joseph Zito

Plot

After being mortally wounded and taken to the morgue, murderer Jason Voorhees spontaneously revives and embarks on a killing spree as he makes his way back to his home at Camp Crystal Lake.

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"You got the curse? Well we all thought Jason was dead, as he is here taken to the morgue after being mortally killed... But of course he revives and sets about establishing that he is in fact an indestructible killing machine. I wouldn't want to be living near Camp Crystal Lake right now... In truth it's a good old 1980s slasher pic, but that doesn't necessarily make it worthy to anyone outside of the hardiest of hardest Friday13th franchise fans. The kills and gore quotient are high, blo"

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"Doesn't divert much from the formula of the first three films, but does add two new elements which I actually enjoyed. I am curious though, when they made this one, did they **actually** think that this was going to be the final chapter, or where they fully aware they were gonna keep beating that horse for decades to come? _Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._"

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"***Another entertaining sequel, better than Part III*** The first two films are serious in nature with the expected antics of youths at camp, but the franchise introduced a campy element with Part III, which pretty much plagued the rest of the series until the reboot in 2009. Released in 1984, "Part IV: The Final Chapter" is an exception as it thankfully omits the cartoonish elements of "Part III" and serves up another take on the same basic story. This time several youths go out to their"

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"Liked this one a bit more than the last time I saw it, a bit slow at times but, at least compared with Part III, better characters, but has some good and gnarly kills (one in particular when Jason comes out of the water). The biggest knock is the bad editing (one scene has Jason killing Crispin Glover in the kitchen and later the girl Glover slept with in the bedroom before a shot back in the kitchen) and poor continuity (the appearance of the family's dog was most noticeable). However, still fo"

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