Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI


Action / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 52%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 51%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 29741


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Tony Goldwyn as Darren
Corey Feldman as Tommy
Darcy DeMoss as Nikki
Ron Palillo as Allen Hawes
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1hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 6 / 10

Jason Voorhees rises again

'Friday the 13th' may have been panned by critics when first released but since then it is one of the most famous and influential horror films, the franchise containing one of horror's most iconic villains. The film is popular enough to become a franchise and spawn several sequels of varying quality and generally inferior to the one that started it all off.

People have cited 'Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives' as one of the best of the 'Friday the 13th' films. Having re-watched it since saying in my review for the fourth film that 'The Final Chapter' should have been the last, actually the film was much better on re-watch. While far from perfect, it is agreed that it is one of the series' better ones, perhaps the best since the second film and the best post-'The Final Chapter' instalment. Wouldn't go as far to say it's the very best though.

Starting with the strengths, 'Jason Lives' starts off incredibly well. The opening is creepy and there is also a witty James Bond parody credits sequence that one does not expect in a 'Friday the 13th' film. It is a highly atmospheric and stylish film visually, while not having the great effects and make-up work of the previous film 'Jason Lives' is still one of the best looking films in the series. The music is suitably haunting.

'Jason Lives' surprisingly is one of the better acted 'Friday the 13th' films and has some characters one cares for (especially Tommy) when they are not making illogical or stupid decisions. Thom Matthews is the most conflicted of the actors playing Tommy, while Jennifer Cooke has allure and CJ Graham has an unnerving presence when he is not made to act goofy.

There are some darkly funny moments, the deaths (not an overload this time like 'A New Beginning') are inventively elaborate, there is some creepiness and the pace generally cracks like a whip, 'Jason Lives' is certainly not dull.

However, the tone of 'Jason Lives' is rather unbalanced. There is too much of an emphasis on the humour, and while there are funny moments others are rather cheesy and stupid. While there is creepiness, the suspense in between is not enough and likewise with the scares, which were also pretty tame this time round.

Namely because there are some unintentionally goofy moments with how people are made to act (including Jason) and the writing-a-whole-novel-worth list of goofs. Some of the pacing is rushed, especially towards the end. The dialogue continues to evoke a constant feel of toe-curling cringe.

Overall, a resurrection worth checking out. 6/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by Stevieboy666 8 / 10

He's back - the man behind the mask!!

Tommy Jarvis decides to dig Jason up from the grave, only for him to be brought back to life by a lightning strike, Frankenstein style! And thank goodness he did because this is an excellent entry in the series. This film is notable for two things - it introduced humour & also in bringing Jason back from the dead he is virtually indestructible. In Alice Cooper it also has a great soundtrack. There's no nudity here & the gore has been toned down but it has a very high body count with many inventive kills, it's fast paced, well acted & is hugely enjoyable. Sadly the series went down hill from here...

Reviewed by Geno Young 10 / 10

This one bested the original and all others...

This film is the first on the list of (surprisingly) many "Friday" fans. I found this out when I saw about 100 comments on a photo on the "Friday The 13th: The Game" Facebook page; and rightfully so. This film has it all, it's fast paced, entertaining, terrifying, gory, funny and sexy all in one big package! There seriously isn't a dull moment and the momentum never falters. I say that this sequel is better than all others including the original because of how well done it really is. Jason is back home at Camp Crystal Lake and really goes to town on everyone in his way. The kills are unmatched, and the entire film puts you in that classic, sexy 80s feel and although there is humor, Tommy Jarvis' warnings go unheeded and there is an overall feeling of foreboding dread. Of all of the films, the kills on this one are really imaginative and unique with Jason utilizing a handy tool belt for his instruments of death. Needless to say, this cast is the best out of any of the films, with some really compelling performances (a thing that the "Friday The 13" series isn't known for); which really makes for a standout film. I really like that they're on site at the actual campground of Crystal Lake for the first time since Part One, and you really get that summer camp feel. Another factor that makes Part 6 so great are Jason's new found abilities, which debut in this film. No more is Jason the large, freaky, deformed fast moving masked maniac that we were introduced to in parts 2-4, but rather now an unstoppable force of nature, this is the introduction of Undead Jason, with all of his freakishly powerful abilities. Jason LIVES in this film and by extension, terror lives this film! After the dismal fifth entry, Paramount KNEW that they had to comeback in a really big way with Jason, and that's exactly what they did! This is the best camp film ever made hands down, and Jason really puts on a KILLER show!

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