This "new beginning" seems to be missing something, but not everyone finds it lacking. No one knows where to settle with this controversial installment.  


How Did It S.T.a.C.K.?

Sex.

  • Lana's breasts are ready for showtime
  • Tina and Eddie get naked and then Eddie goes to the lake to wash up. I think sex happened
  • An uncharacteristically lengthy shot of Tina topless in the pasture
  • Robin wonderfully represents the smaller breasted community
  • She's technically clothed, but the rain renders Pam's thin white shirt invisible

Timeline.

Tommy's age is never discussed and the year is never mentioned. We assume Tommy is in his late teens/early twenties, putting the timeline of events in the mid 90s. This is the third Friday the 13th movie in a row that does not take place on Friday the 13th.

Creative Kills.

  1. Victor kills Joey with an ax
  2. Roy jams a lit road flare down Vinnie's throat
  3. Roy slits Pete's neck with a machete
  4. Roy plants an ax in Billy's bald spot
  5. Roy replants that ax in Lana's chest
  6. Roy stabs a knife into the vagabond's stomach (Raymond)
  7. Roy cuts through Tina's eyes with a tree trimmer
  8. Roy crushes Eddie's skull with a makeshift leather sinch (*100 Lunatics Favorite*)
  9. Roy slices Anita's throat
  10. Roy impales Demon with a metal rod
  11. Roy chops Junior's head off with a cleaver
  12. Roy sinks a cleaver in Ethel's forehead
  13. Roy recycles the cleaver into Jake's face
  14. Roy stabs Robin with a machete Kevin Bacon style
  15. Roy sticks Violet in the stomach with a machete
  16. Roy makes a bloody smile on Duke's neck (the gross EMT)
  17. Roy stakes Matthew Letter through the head
  18. Roy gouges the eyes of Grandpa George
  19. Tommy drops Roy onto a tractor harrow (spike bed)
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Was the movie triumphant as a stand alone film AND/OR was it triumphant within the franchise?
How Did It Stack for You?
How Did It Stack for You?
I would've liked to have seen a "Tommy as Jason" trilogy.
Roy is a more efficient killer than Jason.
This is the Nightmare on Elm Street 2 of the Friday franchise.

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