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Friday the 13th Part 3 [Blu-ray] (Bilingual)


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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English, French, Spanish
  • Studio: Paramount Studios
  • Release Date: June 16 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0026RDPE8

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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

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER on Oct. 30 2008
Format: DVD
Some fans name this as their favorite Friday the 13th film - but I'm not one of them. Sure, Jason finally gets the hockey mask and really gets his slashing groove on, but there's no denying the fact that the silliness factor that marred the series as a whole began here. Dope-smoking hippies and the world's worst and dweebiest practical joker definitely lowered my expectations early on, and the whole deal with opening the movie with an extended flashback of the climactic moments of the last film had already gotten old (plus, in this case, those events really have very little to do with the story as it unfolds here), so I was in a three-star mood about halfway through the action. Jason really stepped up to the plate, though, delivering some pretty cool kills. Maybe, just maybe, I might have been tempted to go all the way up to five stars if this were the original 3-D version released in theaters, but it's not (the 3-D version is apparently available only in Japan) - but I doubt it because I have a few issues with the film's blood and gore. Regrettably, the film's best blood and gore had to be edited out in order to avoid an X rating, which is just silly. Then you have the fact that two of the murders feature some of the fakest special effects you're likely to see. As it is, I give the film four stars - thanks largely to Jason's standout work.

Having escaped an attack from a deformed, mad killer a year earlier, Christy (Dana Kimmell) comes back to the property to prove something to herself, but all she really proves is that she's an idiot. Of course, she's apparently oblivious to the fact that Jason had just killed a gaggle of camp counselors the day before (although her old boyfriend Rick, being a local, certainly should have heard something about it).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By movie man on July 1 2004
Format: DVD
Not that many people are aware of the Field Sequential 3-D.
This is a 3-D TV system that uses special shutter glasses that can be purchased here through Amazon in a set that includes 3 DVD's using this process. This system Is the only way to view a 3-D film effectively on TV to date. The result is about 90% close to the effect you will see in a theatre showing.. like IMAX and Disney and Universal.
These glasses are made of sturdy plastic and clear not these cardboard red and blue pieces of garbage, so you can view the film without constricted to seeing red and blue colors and with this system you will see more actual 3-D depth with the films true colors.. It's really amazing!
For some add reason the big studios haven't adapted to include a separate version of a 3-D title in this great format.
Films like:
"House of Wax","Kiss Me Kate","Friday the 13th Part 3", "Robot Monster, "Cat Woman on the Moon", "Creature from the Black Lagoon" and "Jaws 3" are all now in 2-D DVD, but were originally shown in 3-D and could have been included using the Field Seqential 3-D system on the same disc with the 2-D version.
In Japan in the late 80's there were a few 3-D titles released using Field Sequential and can be found on e-bay converted to DVD and VHS.
Why aren't the studios producing these now!
I boycott any film DVD release that was originally intended to be seen in 3-D that's only presented in a 2-D version or anaglyph (Red and Blue Glasses).
Especially this movie should have included 3-D, Because the effects are great in this one!
BTW... as for that new box set that stinky Paramount is releasing of all their Friday films don't expect much! and no 3-D part 3.. oh well
The studios should really be awaken to this great 3-D system.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DONNA J. MILLER on June 8 2004
Format: DVD
Like many other films of its time, "Friday the 13th Part 3" offers nothing but (...), drugs, and tons of blood. And just to think, that this is one of the better films in the series. First of all, this movie is okay in its sense to add a little suspense into the movie, but the act gets old quick when Jason (Richard Brooker) is everywhere, yet he rarely pops out to kill someone. It's just like a movie from the "Halloween" series, just much, much cheesier and duller. The acting, unlike the first two installments, is a bad mix. I could never get over the casting either. In this movie, there is a group of six (...)driven college aged students who are staying at a cabin on the lake in the woods. Then there are these two people who to be about 35 years old who consistantly smoke weed and talk like hippies (...). To add more deaths, the writers decided to throw in dead meat, which turned out to be suprisingly the most interesting characters of the whole movie. They were three bikers, with Gloria Fox as my favorite playing the tough-girl Fox. Despite its many flaws, the movie does connect the thrid installment and the second installment very well, (...) does an excellent job creating a spooky atmosphere, even despite his bad actors. Audiances will notice objects always flying in their direction, which is becuase the film was originally shown in 3D (and hopefully they will discover a way to bring that 3D to DVD someday). But even with the consistant flying objects, the film makes me think the most about the 80's, with its funky opening theme and rad clothing, plus of course Jason was a phenominon back then. (...)
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