It's an inside joke that one of the guards is played by Kane Hodder, who also plays Jason during the character's limited screen time. The prop has become the face of the Horror genre and recognized the world over, and the mask and the hulking, unmerciful killer behind it perhaps more than anything else making Friday the 13th the quintessential Horror franchise. Did you find this review helpful? Even though none of these films are all that great, I do like Jason and most of the films are entertaining for what they are. Available on the disc are both the 3-D and 2-D versions of the film. Friday the 13th Part 3 debuts on Blu-ray with a good all-around 1080p, 2. Friday the 13th accomplishes its task of recreating the previous two films in 3-D, but as far as any sort of novelty outside the actual presentation, forget about it. Though driving past the scene of the crime at Camp Crystal Lake and seeing the plethora of ambulances, police cars, and body bags that populate its landscape, a new group of teenagers who will fall prey to Jason's blade trudge ahead and set up camp near Crystal Lake.
Reviewed by , June 12, 2009 I have warned thee. This set is for people that already own the New Line movies and those that either already own Part 3 in 3D or don't want it. Along for the ride is a pair of doped-up 1960s throwbacks and, later on, a trio of punk bikers. Clarity and detail are average across the board. For more about Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday and the Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday Blu-ray release, see published by Michael Reuben on September 13, 2013 where this Blu-ray release scored 3. Colors are sufficiently rendered throughout. I always knew there was something odd about that woman.
A must have for any Friday the 13th fan and a good addition to any horror movie junkie's collection. Slasher Films: Going For the Jugular 1080p, 7:09 examines the formula of the films, what makes Jason scary, the appeal of the genre, and more. Friday the 13th: Part 3 3-D 1982 Friday the 13th: Part 3 3-D Blu-ray offers decent video and mediocre audio in this enjoyable Blu-ray release Jason, a hockey mask wearing serial murderer, wages a diabolical killing spree at a summer camp. Although the presentation suffers from the usual problems associated with 3-D, it's done well enough here to make the entire film a worthwhile experience from a purely technical perspective. At the time, New Line intended Jason Goes to Hell to be the final film in the newly acquired franchise, which no doubt accounts for their total disregard for everything that fans had come to expect from a Friday the 13th film. Fresh Cuts: 3-D Terror 1080p, 12:52 features Crystal Lake Memories author Peter Bracke discussing the background of the film, followed by 3-D supervisor Martin Jay Sadoff discussing the 3-D process.
Those three movies are not Friday the 13th movies, which is why Friday the 13th is not in the titles. The Blu-ray is technically presentable, but missing enough features including the unrated cut to call into question the accuracy of the title The Complete Collection. Adding insult to injury, Part 3 ends with a sequence that plays out as virtually identical to the first film, with only a few small altered details to give it a semblance of originality. Having watched this for the first time in 2018, this film holds up remarkably well. These two extras are short I remind you, but considering the theatrical version has nothing!. The track features a small bit of ambient noise that spreads out across the front.
Shelly, a special effects prankster, lends some levity to the picture and makes for, perhaps, the most sympathetic character of the entire run. Joey Schwimmer and her family. If your a fan of the series you will probably like this film, but if your looking for a true upgrade in the series, then forget it. If you make it all the way to the incongruous closing shot of Jason Goes to Hell, you're left with the sense that the entire film is simply a detour designed to set up , which, at the time, New Line expected to put into production shortly. I was really glad that they had it unlike paying over 100 dollars at best buy I was able to save.
Friday the 13th Part 3 recalls the previous two films in almost every sequence. This is the Friday the 13th box set collection, so non Friday the 13th movies such as Freddy Vs Jason, Jason Goes to Helll and Jason X are not included. When he ends up possessed by Jason, it's a well-deserved fate but a serious threat to Stephanie. I originally saw it at Best Buy n decided to check online before purchasing. Jason, in a succession of new bodies, is no longer bent on revenge against teenagers though one of his hosts dispatches a few along the way. That Jason Goes to Hell is probably the least respected by fans among the films in The Complete Collection may account for its lackluster treatment.
The gore wasn't over-the-top and there was nearly no nudity I think all we get is a quick peak at a nipple if you look hard enough. Many years later, the camp becomes the scene of a number of murders — all of which are either committed or motivated by the avenging Jason, who forever lurks at Crystal Lake with his finely-honed machete. The acting in Part 3 is the worst of the series, the film featuring a collection of wooden performances that add a bit of unintentional comic relief to the film. For one thing, the bad lighting effects make it hard to make out what's going on. Great service, thank you walmart :. The cognitive dissonance from seeing the sex scenes with threatening music was also really terrifying. After the military has supposedly killed Jason, the entrepreneurial Rusty offers a 2-for-1 special on Jason Burgers, where both the patty and the tomato have cutouts making them resemble hockey masks.
It remains a foundling left on the doorstep. It's just too bad Paramount only included two pair of glasses with it. Also included are interview clips with cast and crew discussing the process of bringing the film to life in a whole new dimension, sharing memories from the set, alternate endings, and the film's reception and success. . The film that turned psycho killer Jason Voorhees and his infamous hockey mask into a pop culture icon has also bested the horror competition as the 1 home entertainment seller.