Jason Goes to Hell - The Final Friday

1993

Jason Goes to Hell - The Final Friday (1993)

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Chapter nine in the Friday the 13th series finds supernatural psycho Jason Voorhees returning from the dead to possess the body of a medical coroner. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi

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Cast

John D. LeMay
as Steven Freeman
Jon D. LeMay
as Steven Freeman
Kari Keegan
as Jessica Kimble
Steven Culp
as Campbell
Erin Gray
as Diana
Richard Gant
as Coroner
Billy Green Bush
as Sheriff Landis
Julie Michaels
as Elizabeth Marcus
James Gleason
as Agent Abernathy
Dean Lorey
as Assistant Coroner
Tony Ervolina
as 1st FBI Agent
Jonathan Penner
as David Hill
Adam Marcus
as 1st Officer
Brian Phelps
as 3rd Officer
Michelle Clunie
as Deborah, The Dark-Haired Camper
Blake Conway
as Officer Andell
Kathryn Atwood
as Alexis, The Blonde Camper
Madelon Curtis
as Officer Ryan
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Critic Reviews for Jason Goes to Hell - The Final Friday

All Critics (17) | Top Critics (2)

A return to the near unwatchableness of certain earlier installments...

Apr 13, 2015 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…

I've now seen all nine of the series' entries, so trust me when I say that Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday is very likely the worst of the bunch.

Jul 7, 2010 | Rating: 0/5 | Full Review…

Although it may not be a "good" Friday the 13th movie (by whatever strange standards that is reckoned)...Jason Goes to Hell works reasonably well on its own terms as a supernatural thriller.

Feb 15, 2009 | Full Review…

A very NewLineesque ninth sequel to Friday the 13th

Feb 20, 2008 | Rating: 2.5/4

Aimless, overlong, confusing, and in possession of plot holes large enough to land a fighter plane on.

Sep 12, 2007 | Rating: 2/10 | Full Review…

One of Jason's finer moments

Mar 4, 2004 | Rating: 3/5

Audience Reviews for Jason Goes to Hell - The Final Friday

New Line Cinema to the rescue for the franchise, or so we thought. The filmmakers are up to making old mistakes again, and the biggest mistake ever made in the Friday the 13th franchise was to make a movie about Jason, but never have him appear in it. In this one, Jason IS in it, but he's only in it for about 1/4 of the movie. The storyline is that Jason is this evil spirit that is destroyed within the first ten minutes of the movie and that he's inhabiting different bodies until he finds a way to be reborn. Well, that's just goofy. It's abundantly clear at this point that after Part 6, making changes to the series was fair game so they could do something different each time - striving to keep it from getting boring. New Line Cinema taking over the franchise helped push that right along, too. However, they went too far with this change. The scene that made this the most apparent is when the Coroner (Jason) has a naked man strapped to a table and proceeds to shave him before entering his body (I'm not making this up). While he's shaving him, the guy says "Fuck... what the hell are you doing?" Yeah, I was wondering about that myself. Why does he do this? So he can look good when he goes out on the town in his new body? And why did he take his clothes off? It makes no sense. Most of the scenes in this movie make no sense. The only scenes in the movie that I had any investment in was the scene between Creighton Duke and Stephen in the jail cell (which is, amazingly, really well-played), as well as the scene where the loudmouth fat lady in the restaurant gets her teeth, literally, bashed in by "Jason." And for me, two scenes don't make for a film worth watching. However, the BIGGEST mistake that the filmmakers made in going with this storyline was not having the actor who plays Jason, Kane Hodder, on-screen as one of the bodies Jason inhabits in the film. To me, that's a no-brainer. Instead, he has a small cameo as a Swat team member that "Jason" murders. It's pretty obvious that this movie had no fresh ideas whatsoever. It's almost as if they handed it over to a bunch of people who had no idea what the series was about or had any interest in it. Hell, the people making this couldn't even spell Voorhees correctly on the mailbox outside of the Voorhees household. What a total and blatant screw-up that is! The music in the movie, however, is a total nightmare. It is absolutely atrocious and, I'm sorry Harry Manfredini, but you screwed the pooch on this one. I'm not really sure what it was he was going for, but I think he might have been trying to make the music more epic, but it doesn't sound epic coming out of a synthesizer. It just sounds totally over-the-top and sticks out like a sore thumb. The bottom line is that this is a less than mediocre entry into the series that was meant to be its last, but of course, Jason never dies, not even when they make one about him actually dying. It's garbage, pure and simple. Pass it up if you can.

Tim Salmons
Tim Salmons

Super Reviewer

½

You know those horror flicks wherein the characters do things so dumb that you want to murder the filmmakers? Well this is one of those films. Only for series fans, and they should know by now.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

½

If you can understand what this movie is about, you are on acid.

Coxxie Mild Sauce
Coxxie Mild Sauce

Super Reviewer

½

The problem with this movie is the complete lack of Jason. Were the rest of the movie like the beginning and end, it would be a really cool movie. The possession aspect works for the most part and at times is really effective and bizarre, but all anyone want's to see is Kane Hodder as Jason massacring teenagers. There are some crazy deaths in this, which I liked. The Jason eel is kind've cool too, so therefore the movie isn't a waste like Pt. 5 was

Conner Rainwater
Conner Rainwater

Super Reviewer

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