Summer of '82: Friday the 13th Part 3 Comments - Mania.com



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keithdaniel 8/13/2012 11:26:16 AM

In hindsight, I don't see why the Friday the 13th movie series lasted for so many sequels, they weren't that good.  Jason was just a rip-off of Michael Myers from the Halloween series, so one doesn't need to watch the Friday the 13th movies after seeing the Halloween series.  I think Friday the 13th the TV series was way the hell better than the movies!  Eagle, we haven't seen you around here in quite a while!  It's good to see your two cents, even if we don't always agree!!

MaLarrya 8/13/2012 11:48:41 AM

I saw this in the theater as well; twice in fact. The second time I took my cousin who is a year younger than me. He got so scared that 30 minutes into the movie we had to leave and walk into Fast Times at Ridgemont High. I remember something did seem to be missing from this movie (a plot) compared to the first two but do think how important this film is in the series due to the hockey mask. I bet when the director or writer wrote this into the movie he figured it was just a simple "Jason takes the mask of one of his victims" storyline and had no idea how iconic it would become. At this point though, with all the slasher movies that were being released in this era, it seems the Friday the 13th franchise was always raising the bar as far as the killing were concerned. Each sequel was attempting to outdo the previous as well as outdo the copycats.

EagleManiac 8/13/2012 12:18:10 PM

Keith, been SO frakkiin' busy! Work has me tied up 10 ways to Sunday and when I get home at night, I don't even want to LOOK at my PC, let alone use it! LOL!!

Good to see you again, and it's finally slowing down enough that I have some time to get on my favorite sites and catch up!

jppintar326 8/13/2012 3:16:58 PM

The only thing I remember about Part 3 was Jason's trademark hockey mask made its debut. 

Dazzler 8/14/2012 4:31:55 AM

Jason>Freddie>Michael nuff said. 

They were fun movies back then, much like Saw is now. 

 

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