Jason Voorhees, the living, breathing essence of evil, is back for one fierce, final fling! Tracked down and blown to bits by a special FBI task force, everyone now assumes that he's finally dead. But everybody assumes wrong. Jason has been reborn with the bone-chilling ability to assume the identity of anyone he touches. The terrifying truth is that he could be anywhere, or anybody. In this shocking, blood-soaked finale to Jason's carnage-ridden reign of terror, the horrible secret of his unstoppable killing instinct is finally revealed.
|Release Date||:||August 13, 1993|
|Production Company||:||New Line Cinema, Sean S. Cunningham Films|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Writers||:||Jay Huguely, Dean Lorey|
|Casts||:||Kane Hodder, John D. LeMay, Kari Keegan, Steven Williams, Steven Culp, Erin Gray, Rusty Schwimmer, Richard Gant, Leslie Jordan, Billy Green Bush, Julie Michaels, James Gleason|
|Plot Keywords||:||series of murders, jason vorhees|
Now this is original...a Jason movie without Jason, well sort of. When a FBI sting operation traps Jason, they kill him...actually blow him up. But that really doesn't do the job. While the FBI coroner is doing Jason's autopsy, his oversized heart starts beating. Somehow his soul is still alive, & enters the coroner. This is where the film takes a Sci-Fi approach, like the movie 'The Hidden'. His soul travels from body to body in search of being reborn. Now, some of the F-13 fans didn't like this movie; most likely since the hockey masked one wasn't in it like he usually is. But if you like Sci-Fi movies, take a chance on this one. It's a fresh start for the F-13 series, plus the first one done by New Line Cinema. But the best part about this movie is that the video release is the director's cut, which has a ton of scenes that didn't make it in the theater. Plus, this film has the best FX, being done by the brilliant KNB group. Give this movie a chance; it is a lot of fun. Keep an eye out for little details, such as his unrelentless killing instinct.