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Friday the 13th, Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan

Friday the 13th, Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan ★ 1989 (R)

Yet another sequel, with the hockey-masked walking slaughterhouse transported to New York. Most of the previous action in the movie takes place on a cruise ship. This one is less gruesome than others in the series. Followed by “Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday.” 96m/C VHS, DVD . Kelly Hu, Jensen (Jennifer) Daggett, Scott Reeves, Peter Mark Richman, Barbara Bingham, Kane Hodder, Martin Cummins, Sharlene Martin, Vincent Craig Dupree; D: Rob Hedden; W: Rob Hedden; C: Bryan England.

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