Vincent Paronnaud’s over the top slasher film wants to say something about misogyny while treating its female lead as an object to be abused.
Marcus Nispel’s confused, uninspired revamp of the franchise stresses the importance of not touching Jason’s stash of sticky-icky.
Freddy vs. Jason is not a good movie – and that’s not just okay, it may well be transgressive.
New Line sends Jason to the final frontier, and sends all the thinly-drawn characters and low-budget kills of the franchise with him.
Jason Voorhees tears his way over to New Line Cinema, who promptly cranks out an entry that warps his mythos for the worse.
Paramount tried to jazz up the Friday the 13th franchise by plopping Jason in the City That Never Sleeps, but the results nearly killed the series.
The first film to feature the horror icon in person, 1981’s sequel marks the franchise’s sway from Giallo-inspired mystery to Jason-centric mayhem.
For the first film’s 40th anniversary, we hack and slash our way through the long, bloody saga of Jason Voorhees and his journeys from hell to Manhattan to space.
A young bride fights off her murderous in-laws in a delightfully droll slasher thriller.
Switching from slasher to sci-fi comedy, the sequel to the first Happy Death Day is a light, breezy delight.