Jason Goes to Hell (Rated Version)
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  • This version suffers because it isn't what the filmmakers wanted

    • by Jenn Eblin
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      Jason Goes to Hell is the ninth, and supposedly last movie in the Friday the 13th series of horror movies. The movie itself has been panned by fans because it completely disregards the other movies. In this one we are led to believe that Jason isn’t the ordinary man

      that we originally believed, but some kind of paranormal entity.

      The film picks up with a woman who is camping in a cabin in the woods, presumably near Crystal Lake. She is attacked by Jason, and runs through the woods with him on her tail. It turns out that she is actually a federal agent, and leads him into an ambush where he is “killed” after being shot 300 times.

      Jason’s body is taken to the morgue in Youngstown, Ohio where it turns out that he isn’t quite dead. His brain attacks the medical examiner, and takes over ...


      • Jason Goes to Hell (Rated Version)
      his body. He now returns to Crystal Lake to find his sister. A bounty hunter tells us that Jason was born to a Vorhees women, and must be reborn to a Vorhees woman. He then jumps from body to body, trying to find his way back into his original
      body.

      This version suffers because it isn’t what the filmmakers wanted. They always intended to release a different version, but were forced to severely cut their original film to create something that could be shown in theaters. Luckily if you see it on DVD, you will be able to see both versions.




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