I say with a hint of shame...I really enjoyed this. F13 has literally never made one ounce of narrative sense, so why not (sort of) end it all by blowing up Jason, fucking with the mythology, and sending him straight to Hell? Is it always well executed? Fuck no, but it's a lot more interesting and energetic than so many of the previous entries and utilizes props/cameos from other horror properties to great effect.
1) awful 2) This must be the worst score ever made for a movie in any genre, ever. It's like it was based off a videogame and it plays the final boss song all movie long... so anticlimatic 3) So... Jason becomes Freddy in the end? 4) I hated this movie! It was not even funny, like some of the other installments... it actually takes itself seriously, it would appear 5) I was drunk, only reason I watched it all
All right I can buy into a lot of things, I'm pretty gullible! I can buy into Jason going to NYC! I can buy into Jason vs a telekinetic angsty teenager! Do you know what I can't buy into? This movie! The only single redeeming thing about it is that it gives me a tiny ray of hope that maybe someday we could see a Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash movie. That being said it is still miles better than Jason X and A New Beginning!
Thanks for the gore, Jason, Freddy and the Necronomicon! A horrible way to destroy Jason and try to continue his legacy. The boy that drowned in Crystal Lake is here represented as a entity that has a beating heart after his death (sure that the superhuman and supernatural elements were present in other movies but here it's elevated in a drastic way). Unfortunately, I spit on this movie for its intentions.
After an awesome first scene, which is great enough for me to believe the whole movie is self-aware, the movie becomes an utter mess. But an enjoyable mess. Featuring props from a host of other films including the necronomicon and not Freddy, but Freddy's hand! Guess that couldn't get Robert Englund to agree to star in this film. Also Jason is black for half the film. And not a single scene in Hell.