Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter Fix
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter is a 1984 slasher film and was the fourth entry in Paramount Picture's wildly successful Friday the 13th series of films. Though it was supposedly going to be the final film in the franchise, the enormous box office success (it grossed almost $33 million against a $2.8 million budget) convinced the studio to continue with more films. The next entry was Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, released only one year later. The Final Chapter was directed by Joseph Zito, from a screenplay by Barney Cohen. This film also introduced Tommy Jarvis, who would star in the next two films.
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter's deleted alternate ending is set between young Tommy Jarvis (Corey Feldman) hacking Jason to death with his own machete, and Tommy's older sister Trish being visited by her brother in the hospital. In the scene, Trish and Tommy wake up on the couch the next morning, but Jason's body is missing. The police arrive next door, and Trish sends Tommy to get them. She then notices water dripping from the ceiling. In the upstairs bathroom, Trish finds a terrible sight, her own mother drowned by Jason in the bathtub. This answers a question left unresolved in the final film, which sees Trish and Tommy's mom just kind of scream at something and disappear, presumably then being killed off-screen by Jason.
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter is a 1984 slasher film. It is the fourth in the Friday the 13th film series. Though it was billed as "The Final Chapter," there have been further sequels in the franchise. The popularity and financial success of the film, which grossed over $32 million, kept Paramount Pictures from retiring the franchise. Because of the finality of this film's plot and title, the next film, Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, attempted to continue the series with a different killer.
Believed to be killed by the sole survivor of the last Crystal Lake massacre, Jason Voorhees has more tricks up his rotting sleeves in version four, Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984). As before, he comes back to slaughter more sex-starved teenagers skindulging in a summer of nighttime skinny-dipping D-lights. Lucky for us, this chapter offers twice the usual booby bubbles for your troubles, featuring tit-tastic twins Camilla and Carey More giving more of what you came for in this hallowed horror classic. Unlucky for Jason, the bitter brute dies again in all his gory glory, this time by the hand of scary child star Corey Feldman. 041b061a72