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Friday the 13th: Final Chapter [DVD] [1984] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Paramount Studio
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0026KWT10
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 160,037 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Beck/Anderson/Feldman ~ Friday The 13th-The Final Chapter

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I'm surprised that this is the only Friday The 13th film i have reviewed. I guess I've just seen them all so many times and left it for others to review. I recently upgraded to this 2009 Deluxe Edition and it's a cracker. Of course the transfer is great but the extras on here really get the juices flowing. You have 2 commentaries. 1st with the director and 2nd a fan commentary with horror directors Adam Green and Joe Lynch. Also are featurettes and interviews,a lost alternative ending! and slashed scenes. There are some great extended and cut scenes that never saw the light of day until now that are a joy to watch for fans.

The Final Chapter is often considered the best in the series by many fans and I won't argue with that. This is a high quality slasher with dark atmosphere and suspense. It's the last time that Jason looked truly chilling and with Tom Savini back for the FX the deaths are cool. The ending in the rainstorm is very atmospheric and the whole chase and face off is exciting and superior. This part contains 2 of my fave Friday characters Jimbo and Ted, don't ask me why but I just find their banter amusing! (and who can forget Jimbo's dance moves). After this none of the sequels to come could be taken seriously as proper horror, but that's not to say that they are bad. Some that followed were very entertaining especially part 6 when Jason returns in zombie form.
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By far the best entry in the original set of 'Friday 13th' movies (ie. discounting the abysmal 5, 7, 8 & 9 and not including the sublime 6 due to the nasty taste its pre-cursor left in the mouth), the 4th is worth seeing if only to watch the infernal, annoying Crispin Glover die by corkscrew and machete!
The story picks up directly from the end of Part3 - surprise surprise, Jason *wasn't* actually dead and rises from his trolley in the morgue before quickly despatching a couple of hospital workers.
Jason then makes his way back to Crystal Lake where *yet_another* set of stupid teens have decided to sit around in their underwear and wait for their short lives to be ended in a spurt of crimson and the flash of an unnecessarily large blade.
The 'hero' of this instalment is a very young Corey Feldman (who plays Tommy Jarvis as horror-flick obsessed annoying brat very well) who finally manages to achieve what every other 'hero' failed at by killing off our favourite anti-hero with a particularly vicious final assault. I only hope that this version keeps the full extent of Jason's death throes uncut as without the full extent of the gore the Friday films just don't cut it (pun intended).
But even without the gore restored this remains the best of the original quartet and, of the total 9 '13th' films so far released (and with a tenth film on the way...)only Part 6 surpasses it.
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the body count continues in the fourth instalment of this vivid thriller - story in the widely successful friday the 13th series Jason, crystal lakes's least popular citizen, returns to wreck further havoc in friday the 13th - the final chapter. after his revival in a hospital morgue, the hockey-masked murdurer fixes his vengeful attention on the jarvis family and a group of hitherto carefree teens. Young tommy jarvis is an aficionado of horror films with a special talent for masks and make-up. has the diabolical jason finaly met his match? tommy has an expected turn at the end, but you will have to buy this first and you won't regret it!
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Paramount has re released all their Friday The 13th films but unlike parts 2 and 3 which have been remastered and have some new special features, parts 4,5,6,7 and 8 are exactly the same releases. Even the dvds themselves are the same with the older covers. All Paramount have done is put a new sleave on each release. This is extreamly dissapointing and shows just how little Paramount care about this excellent series of films. I mean if you are going to remaster parts 2 and 3 and put some new extras on the dvds then why can't you do the same with the rest of the series? Some commentary tracks, making of or deleated scenes which are on the American box set would have been most welcome.

The actual film is one of the best in the series (5 stars for the film itself) but wasn't actually the final chapter. Tom Savini (who also did the special effects in part 1) once again did some amazing affects - even though alot of them were cut to get a R rating. The print is rather washed out in places and could do with being cleaned up. At least the price is reasonable - but I would rather pay more and get a special edition packed with extras. With the new Friday The 13th film out soon this would have been an ideal time to remaster the entire Paramount series of Friday The 13th but no they just do parts 2 and 3. A wasted opportunity.
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Basically... if you’re thinking of watching ‘Friday 13th: The Final Chapter’ (which you probably already know ISN’T the final chapter by a long shot) the only thing you need to know is that it’s pretty much the same as the three before it. So, if you liked them, then you’ll probably like this one, too.

Part 4 of any franchise is probably not a great place to start. Although, you probably won’t need to know much back story to ‘get’ what’s going on. As with the previous three instalments... a group of over-sexed teens go into the woods, only to be slaughtered by a masked killer.

Yes, Part 4 introduces a ‘child’ into the mix, but that’s about as different as we get here.
In summary, if you’re new to the franchise, start with Part 1 and, if you like that, carry on. Part 4 is the same thing.

Although... it may be worth giving this film an extra star (taking it up to four) based on Crispen Glover’s dance moves – seriously... it has to be seen to be believed.
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