The ninth installment in the lucrative Friday the 13th franchise, Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday, is widely considered the bastard film that was disowned by almost every viewer upon its entrance into the world in 1993. Writer Dean Lorey went for an out-of-the-box storyline that had our favorite hockey-masked killer, Jason Voorhees, getting blown to kingdom come and having his essence of evil transferred to… other people. Much like Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Father Time has been kind to the movie because it was trying for something different instead of just retreading the same ideas over and over again. It attempted to add a mythology to the franchise, like the introduction of a bounty hunter (Creighton Duke) who has a … Read entire story.
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