The tender, tragic saga of Jason Vorhees, the world's unhappiest camper, continues when yet another batch of hormonally advanced teens decide to ignore past history and spend some time at the woodsy, pine-scented slaughterhouse known as Camp Crystal Lake. It may be a bit of a stretch to describe any of the entries in this interminable series as "good," but this creatively grotesque installment manages to come surprisingly close with a welcome sense of humor and some quick glimmers of real menace (courtesy of director Steve Miner, who would later go on to helm the far more accomplished Halloween: H20). Originally presented in 3-D, which explains the never-ending slew of objects (knives, pitchforks, yo-yos, cats, eyeballs, etc.) that are repeatedly thrust in the viewer's general direction. --Andrew Wright --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I'll keep this simple, regarding Paramount's 2009 Blu-ray release of Friday the 13th 3-D(82).
If you've got yourself a nice new 3D Home theater system and you're looking... Read more
I had to get this dvd because I love the trilogy and no problems with this order And now I have all of the Friday the 13th thanks good stuff.Published 10 months ago by kirk
a huge fan of the series, I've been collecting the dvds for some time so its great to add another to my collectionPublished 21 months ago by Gonzalo Hernandez
the movie was good but I wish they would tell you when you have to use
there glasses as I would perfer to use my own glasses that come with
my 3d tv.
i remember watching this movie way back when it first came out on VHS
video.it was the first horror movie i had ever seen,and it scared the
crap out of me. Read more
Never mind the movie... they don't bother to tell you that the tape is recorded at slow 6hr speed (EP/SLP). Damn, what a rip-off!! Read morePublished on Oct. 19 2005 by Undead1
After watching the 3rd installment in the "Friday the 13th" series, after the first 2, my decided opinion was that the series isn't all it's cranked up to be. Read morePublished on July 17 2004 by Disco '81