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The Great Friday The 13th Debate!

The Great Debate: What is the best Friday the 13th movie?

Alright folks, today is the 13th of May and it's a Friday, so there's no way in hell we're not gonna talk about the Friday the 13th films. I've written about the movies before, including Jason's 10 Best Kills, but it's high time we have a bigger discussion about the franchise as a whole. With decades of death on his resume, Jason Voorhees will forever be one of the all-time greatest horror movie icons, but the question I'd like to pose today is simple: What is the best Friday the 13th movie and why?

Now before you rush to answer right away, think about all the films for a minute. Do you like the original where Jason's role was more of a tragic back-story or maybe you're all about him wearing a potato sack on his head in part II. Maybe you relish seeing his kills in a gloriously cheesy 3D presentation. Perhaps you're a big fan of "The Final Chapter" which was anything but and featured Crispin Glover's infamous dance, or maybe you have a pure adoration for the almighty Reggie in part V. What about Jason's graveyard resurrection in part VI or his battle against the telekinesis girl in part VII? And let's not forget his excursions outside of Camp Crystal Lake to Manhattan, hell and outer space! That's quite a hefty load of murder and mayhem to consider, so take your time.

For the purpose of this discussion, let's leave out the Freddy vs. Jason flick since that's more of a blend of two franchises, and let's leave out the remake since Jason taking a prisoner for an entire film instead of killing her goes against everything we love about the guy. So yeah, keep the discussion to the classic Friday the 13th films - part 1 through Jason X.

Also, don't just list off your favorite film in the series and nothing more. Back up your choice with an explanation of exactly why you think it's the best Friday the 13th movie and stands above the rest. Alright, sharpen up those machetes and hack away at your keyboards. Go!



Daniel (Guest) on 05/13/2011 1:08 pm

I'm going with Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter. The ending was fantastic with Tommy snapping. As far as the actual appearance of Jason, I think Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan is king. I love the big, hulking appearance Hodder gives and the wet, tattered jumpsuit just works.

I absolutely loathe the modern Jason with the granny hair and sports jacket and wasn't a fan of New Line turning him into a demon spawn over a zombie child.

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Billy Chapman’s Friend on 05/13/2011 1:39 pm

The best "kill scene" that comes to me is in (Part VIII), when "Julius Graw" thinks that he can take on Jason in a boxing match. Jason basically lets Julius punch him in the face multiple times until he becomes exhausted... Then, Jason punches Julius one-time and knocks his head clean off! When I was a kid and saw this for the first time, I was like DAMN!!! I bet this would be the guy who could beat Mike Tyson.


Jason (Guest) on 05/13/2011 1:51 pm

Best kill FT13 part 7 Melissa gets an ax to the face and then Jason tosses her across the room. Best Movie FT13 part 2.


Jason (Guest) on 05/13/2011 2:01 pm

FT13 part 2 is good bc he gets Alice who got away in the first one. He doesn't have his mask yet, and he kills crazy Ralph. Also kills Mike with a machete to the head. And Ginny pretends to be his mom and get him to lower his guard. He then sees his moms head on the shrine and tries to kill her. She is saved by Paul.


Aaron (Guest) on 05/13/2011 2:24 pm

Part 1. Betsy Palmer was great as Jason's mom, and the jump-scare at the end is one of the most well-orchestrated jump-scares in horror history.


Patrick (Guest) on 05/13/2011 2:45 pm

Friday the 13th is my favorite. From the dialogue and acting to the kills and look and sounds, this movie is what I consider an excellent film to be.
I love all the movies, but this is my favorite.

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toolz88 on 05/13/2011 2:46 pm

I have to admit that I love Jason X. It is the most over the top movie that has ever been made for the Friday the 13th series and inexplicably hilarious on top of that.

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saturnknight on 05/13/2011 3:24 pm

I think Friday the 13th 5 ranked up there for me, mainly since it showed that Jason was also willing to go after children... which is something that wasn't heard of much mot counting Toxic Avenger. but I like this one

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GrindhouseCinema on 05/13/2011 5:22 pm

I just got done writing an article myself about my favorite kill (from my least favorite "Friday" film) the liquid nitrogen kill from Jason X. Even though I was not a fan of the film... how can you not like seeing someones face explode into a million chunks like that?

As for my favorite "Friday the 13th" film... that's a tough one but I have always been a fan of the beginning of Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives ... mostly because Jason got to kill Horshack from "Welcome Back, Kotter". Something I'd like to think all of us have dreamed about one time or another.

Happy Friday the 13th, everyone!


Nathan (Guest) on 05/13/2011 6:33 pm

My favorite Jason was the one played by Richard Brooker in Part III. He was the first to don the mask and I really liked how he moved around and how menacing he was. Ted White did an awesome job in The Final Chapter as well. He was definitely the cruelest seeming Jason to me, although none of them are exactly Mr. Congeniality. My favorite kill is actually one you left out of your top top 10 list. It's the one where the dude is doing the handstand in Part III and he looks up to see Jason standing over him, machete raised and ready to slice him in half at the crotch. Seeing his remains in the rafters reminds me of cuts of beef in a butcher shop. Friday the 13th has the suspense and some classic kills, but it doesn't really have Jason. Well, not the grown up masked Jason anyway, so it can't really be a contender for my favorite F13 film. Part III will always have a special place in my heart for the aforementioned reasons and because I enjoy the bikers, the barn scenes, and Jason's face behind the mask. I also like the way that film ends and gets us ready for the sequel. That being said, I think The Final Chapter is the best overall chapter in the F13 franchise. It's got Cory Feldman, Crispin Glover, Glover's dance, those twins, and the awesome ending with the "death" of Jason. Seeing his head slide down his machete is pretty sweet. The inclusion of the dude looking for his missing sister was a cool wrinkle in the story as well. When you see Jason start things off by dispatching the dude in the morgue with the hacksaw, you know he means business. So whether it's the enjoyable cast, the especially brutal kills, or Jason just running through a wall, this movie rules the most.


TheNumber6 (Guest) on 05/13/2011 6:41 pm

But RoG, how can I sharpen my machete when it's made of plastic? I guess wearing my Part III-replica hockey mask while I type will have to do...

I'd say Part VII: The New Blood. I absolutely adore Dr. Crews death with the circular saw (not to mention the famous sleeping bag death!) and I just love Jason's zombie-face in that film. I always adored that scene where he rose out of the lake and you got a great shot of his bare spine and ribs, showing just how decayed he is - like that stops him! XD I also love Kane Hodder as Jason. I swear he was made for that role...

Part II is a close second because of the story, and I do like Jason's potato sack since it gave a more wild feel to Jason. Sandra and Jeff's death scene always stayed with me, too... Hmm...I think it's time for a Friday the 13th marathon!

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All Hail Duke on 05/13/2011 8:17 pm

part 2 has been and always will be my favorite of the lot, i generally stick to the first four (maybe toss in 5 and 6), skip the hodder movies and go to the vs movie

1 and 2 had the best stories of the lot with 3 and 4 being pure fun


Tricky (Guest) on 05/13/2011 9:29 pm

Friday the 13th: Part IV. Has everything that you want when you walk into an installment of the series: teens entertaining/unintentionally comedic enough to watch even when not being killed, but annoying enough that your sympathies are still with Jason (including a hall of fame performance by Crispin Glover). One of the few of the that lives up to the TnA reputation the series has. Amazing kills, balanced between both terrifying and hilarious, that hang around for just that one-lil extra second of gore. A Jason that's all-business and terrifying, but still has that playful edge to him. Throw in the insanity of Corey Feldman, a dog inexplicably jumping out a window, and a sadly-not-followed-up-upon ending, and you've got a great movie for drunken MST3K-ing.

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dextire on 05/13/2011 9:31 pm

Part III was the first one I ever saw and still my favorite. The first time he gets his mask, great kills, and a perfect balance of scares and 3D cheese. :)


penmissile (Guest) on 05/14/2011 12:33 am

Part IV, no question.

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Nick on 05/14/2011 4:09 am

Friday the 13th part 3 it to me is the most iconic movie in the series. It had a great storyline and some nice kills as well as the hockey mask showing up for the first time.

After that, I'm going with the remake. It really blows everything else out of the water.


Chum (Guest) on 05/14/2011 7:53 am

In order:


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SPINAL on 05/14/2011 10:33 am

Part IV for all of the reasons stated above. Including- the opening montage of the prior 3 films! The guy from the Police Academy movies getting his head sawed off! The geeky guy from the Back to the Future movies actually landing a girl and then getting corkscrewed - in two ways. And how about his dance moves!

The scene where the dog fearfully jumps through the window in the upper floor of the house - supposedly committing suicide- instead of having to deal with Jason is one the most awesome scenes in horror film. No one expects it and it works!

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Pennywise on 05/14/2011 12:31 pm

I say part four was my favorite. As we all know, Jason never actually "died" but his "death" with a little kid beating the crap out of him with a machete was pretty awesome.


penmissile (Guest) on 05/14/2011 12:48 pm

Since we all pretty much agree we can all watch this and rock out to LION

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Drew Bludd on 05/14/2011 1:02 pm

The best Friday the 13th movie is "The Final Chapter" aka Part 4.

A) Corey Feldman as Tommy
B) Crispin Glover as Dead Fuck
C) Best represents the series

D) This happens..

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Shadowdancer21b on 05/14/2011 8:37 pm

I love part 4. Crispin Glover, Corey Feldman, Corey's weird mask, the whole insanity subplot and the kills. I know that the preceding was an almost incoherent sentence fragment. I just really like part 4.

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HowardC on 05/15/2011 1:51 am

Part 4.....

As for second place anything but part X.

Btw, genre blending or not we aren't going to count FvsJ which was actually good but we are going to count X, which was down-right terrible?

Off topic I caught the Nightmare on Elm Street remake on cable last night. It was awful! Freddy seemed like a guy that wasn't scary at all trying real hard to be scary. Also the "more realstic" makeup looked like mush. Perhaps the old makeup was a bit stylized, but at least it was hard, mangled and witch-like, making freddy look sinister. Now, with all the cgi assistance and exposed soft tissue he just looks like Golem if he had survived his dip in Mt. Doom.


mark (Guest) on 05/15/2011 2:45 am

part 4 is technically head and shoulders the best but i gotta go too cool for the room and suggest part 5. It takes a wrong step in every frame and remains completely watchable. Its truly a beautiful disaster.

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GrindhouseCinema on 05/15/2011 12:04 pm

I was never a fan of the Corey Feldman character. I think the biggest disappointment for me personally is that they never killed Corey Feldman. Talk about a missed opportunity!

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Primortal on 05/15/2011 7:23 pm

Best Jason? F13th part VII. Jason looks awesome and intimidating as well as what you'd expect a guy like Jason to look like.

Best F13th movie?? Hard to say... the best ones (to me) are 4, 6, 7 and 10. Unless you count Freddy vs. Jason

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captain516 on 05/15/2011 7:43 pm

I like the one where jason kills people

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Deadly Towers Sux on 05/18/2011 12:37 am

I like all of them, but Part 3 is my favorite, because Jason finally dons the hockey mask we all love him for! Plus, the crotch-splitting kill and the head-smashing kill are deliciously gory, which is what I love in slashers. If you're going to kill someone, make it splatterific!

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-RoG- on 05/18/2011 6:12 pm

Personally, my favorite will always be Part VII - The New Blood. First and foremost, I like it because Jason never looked better, and Kane Hodder did a great job playing him in a completely menacing style. The make-up work on him in that movie was phenomenal.

I also love it because it was the first time I felt that Jason had a formidable opponent. Sure, the others girls were good at evading him 'n all, but the heroine in this particular flick used her powers of telekinesis to battle him and it was a lot of fun to watch.

Last but not least, this movie easily had some of the greatest kills in the entire series, including the legendary sleeping bag kill. Don't forget, what most of you have seen on TV and/or DVD is a highly edited version of the movie. The original version, has extremely gruesome kills (the lengthy head crushing and tree cutter ones stand out in my mind) that they've yet to actually restore. You can watch them as deleted/extended scenes on some DVDs I believe.

So yeah... badass Jason, powerful opponent and a plethora of classic kills make part VII my favorite.

After that, I'd have to go with Part IV and Part III.

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GrindhouseCinema on 05/19/2011 12:50 pm

Whats everyone's least favorite "Friday" flick? I'm half tempted to go with Jason X but that movie has such a high camp value to it, that I almost refuse to believe that even the people making the film took it serious. It's dumb but its a good kind of dumb that I can sort of live with.

I was never too fond of Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. With the exception of that one shot of Jason standing in the middle of Times Square, it never really felt like Jason was out of his element. A more fitting subtitle would have been "Jason Takes a Boat Trip". But at least I can watch that movie.

Friday the 13th V: A New Beginning is hands down my least favorite "Friday" flick. Understanding that they attempted to "officially kill" Jason in the prior film, you cannot just decide to do another film and then swerve everyone and have it be the fat paramedic from the beginning of the film. Ugh. Horribly stupid movie.

As for the remake, I know it gets a lot of flack... but I actually enjoyed it. It's fault is that it tried to hard to explain stuff that need not be explained. Nobody cares why you can run away from Jason and he always ends up in front of you. The whole idea of him digging underground tunnels was just funny, as I then picture Jason with one of those neon green jackets that county road workers ware and a shovel.


Stoic the Vast (Guest) on 05/20/2011 2:56 pm

Part VII for sure. Television flying across the room, telephone poles getting dropped, and Jason coming up out of the water. Also worth mentioning, easily the best topless scenes are in the remake (Julianna Guill) and in Part V (Debi Sue Voorhees). How can this aspect of these movies be left out? Gentlemen, I am disappointed in all of you. For shame.


Dylan (Guest) on 05/21/2011 11:23 pm

I'm torn. Friday the 13th Part III is a movie I never get sick of watching. It brings me back to the days of good cheesey 3D movies. But part 4 has Crispin Glover. I guess they're tied for me.

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That Other Guy on 05/24/2011 2:03 pm

I don't understand all the hate for Jason X. I mean, seriously, over JGtH? With the magic dagger and body jumping? I get how Uber Jason can be seen as really, REALLY stupid; but I think it's worse the way the trailers totally spoiled any possibility of surprise.
What about when Jason calmly slices open the simulated alien slobber beast; despite how he has no way of knowing it isn't real.
And screw that hysterical retard girl in the escape craft!


god (Guest) on 05/24/2011 7:10 pm

The best Friday The 13th movie was the superior 80s camp slasher The Burning starring George from Seinfeld. It is THE SAME EXACT MOVIE except its just better in every aspect. The characters actually feel fully fleshed out and Cropsy seems genuinely enraged as he brutally slashes young kids left and right, even better that the camera doesn't shy away from these kills and holy shit are they brutal. Tom Savini who worked on both said himself The Burning is better than all the Friday movies combined. The new Friday remake failed to contain any originality and Jason just didn't make it to the 2000s, mainly due to all those shit later day Hot Topic flavored flicks.

That said my favorite one is part 2 tied with 4 and 5. Yes the fake Jason one! There is something so fucking sinister about that ending and it may also suggest Jason has possession powers before Jason Goes To Hell. Well thats a stretch but that psychotic close up at the end of Tommy is like the final snap on a Carcass song, just FUCK YOU'RE DEAD, EVIL TRIUMPHANT!


craig (Guest) on 05/26/2011 5:12 am

the best car chase scene is not in any of the jason movies but instead it is in mad max 2


Greg (Guest) on 05/30/2011 6:35 pm

While I admit that I love the first through fourth installments, my favorite would have to be number 7, The New Blood. I mean, how could someone not love it, the reborn Jason, for the second time, looks best, the teens partying in the house in the middle of the woods, you know they're gonna die, and the freakin telekinetic girl. Some people say that they should have left out the telekinesis concept, but the movie wouldn't work without it. But, in my opinion, I don't think that having Tina's dead father kill Jason, at least for the movie cause you know he isn't dead. And I love the fight and explosion at the end.

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DXtreme on 05/30/2011 9:51 pm

Well...Ima say Jason X
It explains why hes able to keep coming back and why hes nearly indestructible.
It also is hilarious in the way that he "dies" like 10 times and keeps coming back.
Plus you dont beat "Uber Jason"'s heartless read eyes.
And how do you not love the call back to VII with the sleeping bags. LOL
Girl 1 "Hey big boy! Wanna do some drugs?"
Girl 2 "Or drink some beer?"
Girl 1 "Or have premarital sex?"
*Take shirts off*
Unison "We love premarital sex!"

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DXtreme on 05/30/2011 10:04 pm

looks wise ill admit, Jason X was awsome in the very beginning cuz his straitjacket-like shirt iz awsome. Thew only reason I dont like Uber Jason iz cuz of the "Metal" looks waaaaaaay to flexi-plastic!
I officially have a major grudge on the wardrobe designer for Jason X

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Danny 4 Eyes on 06/02/2011 8:15 am

For me, I do have a soft spot for part IV, from the moment 'The Final Chapter' comes exploding at the screen, it just has classic written all over it. Also has Crispin Glover and a dog comitting suicide, enough said.

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Danny 4 Eyes on 06/02/2011 8:16 am

P.S. Nice shot of the alternative poster for part 8, with Jason slashing his way through the I heart NY sign.

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MrWarranty on 06/09/2011 9:21 am

Here's my analysis:

Friday the 13th and Friday the 13th Part 2 set the framework, but they still were figuring out what they wanted to do with the series and the films show it. Jason didn't have his iconic look yet (or wasn't a factor, in the case of the first movie) and I don't think they have quite as much staying power. However, in the first movie there was a particularly good acting turn by the first victim (set up to be the main character, then killed from first-person perspective by the driver who picks her up, A.K.A. Mrs. Voorhees) and a young Kevin Bacon, so bonus points there. And the second had the shiskabob double coital kill (I believe), one of the more memorable ones and one that set the tone for the series.

Part 3 established Jason's hockey mask and had a couple interesting characters, but not as much in the way of memorable kills or momentous happenings. The 3D gimmick probably made people lose respect for the series in the long run, even though I'm sure it was impressive at the time.

Part 4 (The Final Chapter) had it all - great kills, solid characters all the way around (especially young Tommy Jarvis as played by Corey Feldman, and the always entertaining and scene-stealing Crispin Glover), a twist at the end (Tommy flipping out), and probably the true establishment of the "character" of Jason as an Implacable Man. Here he starts popping up under inflatable rafts, doing the Walk of Doom and catching people who were running away, and using the up-close-and-personal kills (as of Part 3 he was still doing "human" things like using a bow and arrow).

Part 5 (A New Beginning) was technically solid - good kills including eye trauma (always viscerally appealing), good-looking nekkid girls, really interesting characters (the little black kid! the psycho axe murderer! his fat, annoying, chocolate-munching victim!), and suspense. However, it loses a lot of points with me due to the fact that it wasn't really Jason doing the killing. Dude wasn't even in the movie, even if Tommy Jarvis was. They made it look at the end as if Tommy would take up the hockey mask and start his own killing spree, but they retconned that into a nightmare sequence. Again, they ought to decide what they want to do before including stuff like that, even if it was interesting at the time.

Part VI (Jason Lives) was one of the best in terms of story and setting, but they committed a cardinal sin for this series - no nudity! WHAT. How disappointed were the teenage boys who saw this in the theater? I guess if you can forgive that, this movie did a lot of things right - they brought back Jason in a fun graveyard sequence, thus making him truly supernatural for the first time (which would become an important plot point henceforth), there were the Unhelpful Authority Figure cops, and they set it at a summer camp again, just like old times. There were a few great kills (the RV ones come to mind), but a few were underwhelming (we get a discretionary shot of blood being splashed on the wall instead of seeing anything when the nice girl gets killed).

Part VII (The New Blood) really felt like a return to the glory days of 4. It seemed to have everything that movie had except Crispin Glover and Corey Feldman (which is admittedly a big loss), and it tried to make up for that with a supernatural heroine and a jerk character (one of the girls, really for the first time in the series, that the audience could really cheer when she was offed near the end). They definitely made up for VI's lack of nudity here - man, that drowning scene really messed me up when I was a kid! I also feel like this was one of the most suspenseful entries in the series, with the possible exceptions of 1 and IX. It felt truly scary rather than campy and fun. (Could just be because this was the one I saw when I was young, though.) It also had probably the best kills in the series overall (sleeping bag against tree, pulled underwater to the depths, axe to the face, party horn in the eye, face squished by hand, just to name a few). Furthermore, Jason was played by Kane Hodder in this one, who was the best Jason in my opinion.

VIII (Jason Takes Manhattan) return to campy fun in solid fashion. Even though it was a tonal shift from VII, I still enjoy this movie quite a bit. I just wish they could've spent more time in, you know, Manhattan! I was also always annoyed by the complete hand wave of the deaths of four unnamed characters on the ship. The main guy leaves them in the dance room, goes to find the others, and when they ask about the people he left behind, he says they're dead. O...K... Still, some great deaths here (Julius in particular, truly epic) and probably the most fun film in the series (with the possible exception of X).

IX (Jason Goes to Hell) was kind of a disappointment. Jason's now some kind of demon possessing people. Creighton Duke ended up being a huge letdown (the only cool thing he did was break the boring main character's fingers). There was maybe one or two really memorable kills (the girl cut in half in the tent while, um, going for a ride, and the deep fat fryer face bath for the little guy, which was way outdone in the next movie with liquid nitrogen) and most of the time was spent trying to figure out how to kill Jason rather than running from him. Pretty much a complete departure from what made the series great, and a low point in my opinion.

Finally, Jason X was another fun entry. Obviously a different setting, but you can tell that the creators had affection for the older films. The characters are stupid and I think that was done on purpose to make the audience root for Jason for a change. The callbacks to older movies in the VR program are fun. Jason's "new form" and the film's ending (a restart on a new world) were both kind of dumb and quickly forgotten in continuity. However, this film was chock-full of fantastic kills (liquid nitrogen, VR double kills, hunting down the soldiers and killing them all in different ways, girl gets sucked into space...), which is an important benchmark in this series. People might have bashed it for being too cheesy, but I think it worked.

Okay, okay, that was every movie. Here's the verdict:
Best Film: Friday the 13th Part 4: The Final Chapter
Runner-Up: Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood
Worst Film: Jason Goes to Hell
Runner-Up: Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives
Best Kill: Sandra from Part VII - skinny dipping girl pulled underwater to her doom. (Captures the tone of the whole series, and takes full advantage of Jason's supernaturally apparent teleporting ability, giving psychological horror and titillation without being gory.)
Runner-Up: Julius from Part VIII - head knocked off by Jason's uppercut. (Just the opposite of the last one, really, but just so much fun. Jason's acting completely out of character by letting Julius wail on him, then he returns fire in kind as though he's just playing. Julius was an interesting character and even gets to under an excellent death line before he takes the hit.)
2nd Runner-Up: Adrienne from Jason X - head dunked in liquid nitrogen pool, then smashed on counter. (The build-up for this one is a lot of fun, and Jason even gets a grope in - then the payoff is truly something as frozen gore chunks that used to be the good doctor's head go flying. This is Mortal Kombat Fatality territory here. They were smart to lead with this one.)

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Durandal on 06/10/2011 5:55 pm

-RoG-, have you seen an unedited version of part VII? I thought only workprint versions of the uncut scenes existed.

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carcass on 06/14/2011 5:22 pm

My favorite is Friday the 13th Part 6 Jason Lives, I love all of the films except for Jason X, I hate the way jason looks in that movie, part 6 is my favorite because if you go back and look at 1-4 its pretty much the same exact formula teens go to camp crystal lake party have sex and get killed one by one and you see them get killed through the eyes of the killer,Mrs. Voorhees in part 1 and Jason in 2-4 and about the last 30 to 20 minutes of the film u finaly get your moneys worth of Jason slaughtering them and also in the last 20 to 30 mintes they will ad to the story, I like most fans love part 4 with tommy jarvis taking out jason, now part 5 is good i dont like that the real jason isnt the killer ut its still agreat film with the best cast of teens to be killed and fearless reggie rules, part 6 starts out with a bang no pussyfooting around tommy and his buddy go to dig up jason lightining strikes jason comes back from the dead and right off the bat u get Jason kicking ass and taking names the cast is great, the kills are original espicaly when he breaks the sherrifs back by bending him in half to the james bond like opening credits to the very end where Jason gets sent back to his watery grave which was a cool idea plus u get closer on the tommy jarvis storyline that started in part 4 it will always be my favorite

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