- Actors: Dana Kimmell, Tracie Savage, Richard Brooker, Terry Ballard, Gloria Charles
- Directors: Steve Miner
- Writers: Carol Watson, Martin Kitrosser, Petru Popescu, Ron Kurz, Sean S. Cunningham
- Producers: Frank Mancuso Jr.
- Format: NTSC, Import
- Number of tapes: 1
- MPAA Rating:
- Studio: Paramount
- VHS Release Date: July 17 2001
- Run Time: 95 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 168 customer reviews
- ASIN: 6300214311
Friday the 13th, Pt 3 [Import]
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Jason is back with his shenanigans and this time he got a sweet new mask.
Killing annoying teenagers never been so fun !
If you've got yourself a nice new 3D Home theater system and you're looking for older 3D titles released on Blu-ray to enjoy, avoid this one completely. It's the crappy red blue type of 3D with 2 pairs of those paper glasses included.
Even if you only want it for the 2D version, the print itself is pretty grainy and doesn't appear to have had much effort put into restoring it.There are some nice bonus features but otherwise this is a pretty crappy release.
Amazon should provide the record speed in the details of the video description so people can see that before deciding to make the purchase. It was $16.96 total for the purchase, including S&H and taxes. I may as well have taken $16.96 out of my wallet and thrown it in the trash. Sure, I could return the tape. But I'd still have to pay for S&H, plus return shipping, so it wouldn't make sense to do the return.
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