Friday the 13th Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)  » Movies  »
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  • If your was a developer and see that the viewers keep coming back for more, I would have done the same thing in recreating and constantly resurrecting the zombie for the sheer monetary experience

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Jason is once again resurrected from the land of the dead and is set loose on the innocent occupants of the Manhattan area. Here is the situation as it always is as it relates to the early remakes of the Friday the 13th episodes, they always go back to his origins to give people and idea

      of what actually happened to Jason why he is the way he is, this zombie from hell is nothing more than a puppet and we the viewers are the guinea pigs in the experiment to keep the franchise alive, and guess what, it is working because with every new Jason film that comes about, we line ...

      • up to what new havoc this crazed zombie is going to unleash on the world again. We just can not seem to get enough of the carnage and we want more, more, more! If your was a developer and see that the viewers keep coming back for more, I would have done the same thing in
        recreating and constantly resurrecting the zombie for the sheer monetary experience. Apart from that fact, each and every episode is basically the same, the location might have changed and the reason why Jason is back is different but that is just the side play. In any event, the Friday the 13th saga continues and we like it.




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