Perhaps one of the most hated installments in the series, this one marks Jason's last outing with Paramount Pictures, in which he hitches a ride on a cruise ship heading to New York City (of course!). Aboard this ship he stalks, what else, freshly graduating, horny teenagers! Big disappointment though, the series wasn't receiving much love from the MPAA at this point, so the gore is heavily neutered and most of the killings occur off-screen. Which is a shame because there was potential for some memorable moments (I particularily liked the sauna scene). The actors are actually pretty good with some sympathetic leads -- Although it is kind of odd that half way through the movie, 2/3 of the boat's population disappears (don't blame it on J). There are some crummy inconsistencies and errors sprinkled about (look at the sprinklers raining down over Jason!) and totally unrealistic situations presented (how hard can it be to lose someone in New York City?). But hey, this movie did educate me a little bit. I had no idea that the sewers of New York filled up with toxic waste every night at midnight that has the power to transform menacing slashers into frail little boys. Pretty interesting. But all criticism aside, the movie is at least a nice little diversion from the usual formula, even if we only get to see Manhattan for thirty minutes. Obviously the series was on it's last leg by the time this rolled around, but it's still entertaining for what it is. Paramount absolutely hates this series, so you know what that means? Not a single extra to be found on here. Nope. No trailer, not even a teaser. Nothing. Just an average film transfer.