#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The secret of Jason’s evil is revealed. It is up to the last remaining descendant of the Voorhees family to stop Jason before he becomes immortal and unstoppable. This is the final (?) battle to end Jason’s reign of terror forever.
Plot: Jason Voorhees, the living, breathing essence of evil, is back for one fierce, final fling! Tracked down and blown to bits by a special FBI task force, everyone now assumes that he’s finally dead. But everybody assumes wrong. Jason has been reborn with the bone-chilling ability to assume the identity of anyone he touches. The terrifying truth is that he could be anywhere, or anybody. In this shocking, blood-soaked finale to Jason’s carnage-ridden reign of terror, the horrible secret of his unstoppable killing instinct is finally revealed.
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Decent watch, might watch again, but can’t recommend outside a Bad Movie Night or a Friday the 13th Marathon.
It’s both refreshing and sad to see them try to re-invent Jason. As a fan of “Fallen” I like the idea of the villain transferring from person to person, but they twist the concept a bit more than I would have wanted at points.
Adding a “chosen one” trope to this doesn’t do much for me. Having a nearly unkillable villain alone should be intriguing enough, adding extra rules to it doesn’t feel good.
I’d like to see a Marvel style reboot where the government has to try to contain the heart, and they figure out the minimum safe distance, creating a facility around it with animals going nuts, and someone breaks in to find out what it is and is possessed.
It’s not a great movie, and it’s probably a bad “Friday the 13th” movie, but I enjoyed it for what it is.
The second film touted to be the “Final” _Friday the 13th_ movie, and the second one to lie.
Being honest, right out of the gate, I don’t particularly like _Jason Goes to Hell_, and not only because of the negative sense-memory I have after playing a drinking game to it with straight Jack Daniels. But at least it tried some different things. Different tone, different look, different direction, different… Production company? It’s still really not good, but it does sort of break up the marathon a bit by being something that no other _Friday the 13th_ quite is.
_Final rating:★★ – Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._
“Jason Goes to Hell”- I’m sorry, but I appreciate and applaud the boldness of this entry. An interesting experiment in shaking up the franchise for the “Final Friday.”
If there’s one thing that can and should be said in defense of “Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday”, it’s this…
…this is one bold, gutsy move for the franchise! Completely subversive and joyously disparate when placed in comparison to the previous eight films. A bizarre, red-headed-stepchild with a strange and sharp leaning towards the overly fantastical and blatantly magical. Taking what had been to that point an increasingly repetitious series, and attempting to inject some fresh blood for what was at the time considered to be the one… last… film to cap it all off.
Is is a success? Well, I’d say for the most part, fans do consider it a failure because it strayed so much from the formula in trying to establish a grandiose finale. And I think I would probably consider it to be a bit of a failure for that very same reason. But it’s definitely a fascinating and daring failure. One that I can get behind. Especially after the increasing monotony of the previous two films.
Sue me, but I’ll take an interesting failure that attempts to shake up the formula over a bland retread any day of the week!
Jason Voorhees has finally been killed. After an FBI Sting Operation blows his body to smithereens, the town of Crystal Lake is finally able to settle down, knowing the figment that has haunted them for so many years is finally gone.
Or is he?
Nope! As it turns out, Jason has become something more than human, and his evil has given him the ability to possess others through some sort of relatively-unexplained magical means. Now, Jason is coming back to seek vengeance, taking the forms of various characters through body-swapping, intent on locating surviving members of the family, so that he may be reborn again through them in his original form. Now, his only living relative (Kari Keegan), her ex (John D. LeMay) and a bounty hunter who knows the truth about Jason (Steven Williams) must team up to stop him once and for all!
Look, this movie’s ridiculous. It’s completely out of left-field. It doesn’t really connect properly with the previous films. Its storyline is just bizarre. And it’s a completely different beast tonally from any of the other flicks…
…but it’s a lot of fun!
Director Adam Marcus and writers Jay Huguely and Dean Lorey seem to have a ton of ideas on how to exploit this ridiculous concept, and are given free reign to just go crazy. There’s a little something for everyone here. From a touch of the self-aware laughs that made “Jason Lives” so enjoyable, to some wild and whacked-out imagery (you won’t look at a straight-razor the same way again!) to some good old-fashioned kills that harken back to the first couple of movies, this film aims to deliver a roller-coaster ride from Hell… and it does deliver on that promise.
Add to that some likable performances, fun and inventive kinetic camera-work that knows how to make the best of it’s lowish budget, weirdly entertaining humor and plenty of gore to go around… and it produces a film that I find to be a decent bit of dumb-fun.
This movie is stupid. Beyond belief. And it doesn’t feel anything like the previous eight outtings. But I’m OK with that. It’s got a lot of insane-o concepts and ideas to play with, it knows exactly what it wants to be, and it’s got some fiendishly creative minds at it’s helm.
It’s a failure… but an entertaining and wildly ambitious failure that I can’t help but root for.
So I’m giving it a middle of the road 5 out of 10. If you’re a fan of the franchise and are open minded, give it a shot. You might be one of the proud few who really enjoys this off-the-rails nutcase- of-a- flick.
The Worst crime is the murder of a horror icon!
Let’s understand two things about slasher horror from the 1980’s: first of all, they had a legacy of saturating their own market, and secondly, they were simple stories born out of the twilight of an ever changing world.
With this in mind, it would be easy to point out what is wrong with Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday- however for the sake of time, it might just as well be easier to point to what’s right about it. The answer to that is: NOTHING! All you ever wanted to know about Jason is revealed, and once you know the dark secret, it will haunt you- except for a small matter of cosmetics, the “dark secret” is the same as the lemon revealed a short time earlier in New Line’s bad “finale” to the Nightmare movies. Of course, the only nightmare about that film was having to admit that you paid to watch it- it is much the same with this piece of total garbage.
Jason, it would seem, is not merely a specter capable of regeneration with a great rage at those who he feels are responsible for both his own and his mother’s demise. Oh no, the dark secret is that if you can find someone who shares his father’s blood line (cause lets face it, his mother was not born a Voorhees), then you can see Jason finally put to death, or you can see him re-born. Guess what happens here.
Except the rebirth is anti-climatic because he is nothing more than the same twisted mass of flesh that he was before he was blown apart by bombs and bullets at the beginning of the movie. And apparently genetics has a preference for certain types of clothing, and a certain mask because he is reborn with both.
In one laughable sequence, you would be forgiven for thinking “Jason” (or as I’d like to refer to him as…the Imposter) being reborn meant the world would end, however a mere 10 minutes or so after he was “reborn,” he is also summarily killed again with an ancient dagger (who were the camp counselors who ignored Jason as he died…some ancient Sumarian or Egyptian people or something? What’s with the dagger that must be used? Why does it look like an artifact) supplied to his niece (oh, this is a long story, and is too tedious and boring to go through right now) who finds the Linda Hamilton in her to terminate the ‘terminator.’ You’ll be in for your just desserts if you think this repulsive piece of junk is worth even five minutes of your time. Of course, there is plenty of blood and gore (as the Friday films always seem to have), and there is also plenty to gross you out- but if you think or feel anything towards the horror icon that made these films successful, you ought to take a pass on this one.
Even the soundtrack is awful!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 27 min (87 min), 1 hr 31 min (91 min) (director’s cut) (USA)
Genre Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
Director Adam Marcus
Writer Jay Huguely (story), Adam Marcus (story), Dean Lorey (screenplay), Jay Huguely (screenplay)
Actors John D. LeMay, Kari Keegan, Kane Hodder, Steven Williams
Awards 5 nominations.
Production Company New Line Cinema
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm