Being somebody who grew up watching the “Friday the 13th” films, I found myself being one of the few who enjoyed “Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday”. There seemed to be a little more to it than watching Jason going on a rampage and killing one person after another. Not to say the film is a masterpiece, but there’s something enjoyable about it. Being the first film in the series to be made by New Line Cinema once they got their hands on the rights to make more films in the franchise, there was a different tone and direction.
To get to the point I came to make, there is a documentary about the film being released… when I originally heard about this, I was intrigued to see who would be involved, who’s being interviewed and I’m pleased to see that Kane Hodder is among those involved. Therefore I am looking forward to watching this documentary when it comes out, hearing what those who took part in the making of the ninth film in the “Friday the 13th” franchise have to say about the film.
There is no information on when this will be release, but this is certainly something for fans of the series to look forward to, especially those who liked part nine.