Showing posts with label Friday the 13th. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Friday the 13th. Show all posts

Friday, March 13, 2020

Review - Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI

It should be no surprise to anyone to learn that I love horror movies (and books). Since today's Friday the 13th, I'm featuring a review for Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI by Simon Hawke, which is based on the screenplay by Tom McClouglin for the sixth Friday the 13th film. The movie was released in 1986 and it marked the return of the horror villain icon Jason Voorhees, who was absent from the previous entry. (Spoiler Alert: Jason was replaced with a copycat killer!)

Friday, April 13, 2012

DVD Review - Friday the 13th Part 3

Since today is Friday the 13th, I thought I would honor one of my favorite horror movies from the 80s titled Friday the 13th part 3. Released in 1982 when I was one-year-old, the movie picks up a day after the Camp Crystal Lake killings from the second film. Chris Higgins, along with her pals Shelly, Debbie, Andy, Vera, Chuck and Chili, returns to her family cabin, called Higgins Haven, the first time since she was attacked by a disfigured man two years earlier. Already at the cabin is Chris's boyfriend, Rick (who is way to old for her).

Shelly (the goofball of the group) and Vera run into a group of bikers briefly. The bikers follow them to the cabin, where the bikers attempted to burn down the barn, but Jason is hiding there and he gets rid of them. While Chris and Rick go out for a drive, one by one Jason slaughters her friends Then he slips on the hockey mask for the first time.