Friday the 13th Part 3 is one of the better-known sequels in the slash franchise, but its ultimate ending is not exactly what it meant to scare. As silly as the 13th movies may seem to outsiders, to horror fans, they are just as dear to the general public as Star Wars or the MCU. Friday 13th films are almost like cinematic comfort food, allowing slasher devotees to sit back and enjoy examples of sub-genre done in the right way, which ultimately kills Gary, grateful nudity And with an iconic killer.
As with every franchise though, Friday the 13th has its better entries and its worse entries, and thankfully, Friday the 13th part 3 of 1982 is in the right side of the fence in the opinion of most fans. One aspect that makes the film important is that it hosts that immortal moment, in which Jason Voorhees digs the sack of potatoes and gets his trademark hockey mask first. There are also some high deaths, in which a man is seen sliced in the middle while working in one hand.
Sure, the 3D effects of Friday the 13th Part 3 are not the biggest, but when they are seen in a theatre in 3D, they are perfect. As good as Friday the 13th Part 3 is, the sequel is certainly not without some plot holes and continuity issues, incorporating the very end of a film.
Friday The 13th Part 3’S Final Scare Makes No Sense
As usual for the 13th franchise, Part 3 concludes with the main “Last Girl” Chris Higgs (Dana Kimmell), who manages to pick up Jason, at least temporarily. Chris nails Jason in the head with an axe, and that’s enough to knock him unconscious. Not knowing what else to do, Chris grabs a canoe and falls asleep on Crystal Lake. This leads to a nightmare sequence, in which Pamela Voorhees’ weeping corpse leaps out of the water and snatches Chris, dragging him into the depths of the sea. Chris is later rescued back by the police in reality.
While it is clear that Friday is the final score of the 13th part 3 with Mrs. Voorhees, there is a call back from a similar scare in the original film with a baby Jason jumping out of the water and catching Alice, if anyone The pause to think about, then the sequence makes absolutely no sense. Part 3 only takes some time after Part 2, and there is no scene in which the latest group of victims are told about the Jason legend. The name Jason has not even been spoken outside of footage from earlier films. This means that Chris has no idea who his attacker is, who his mother was. She never met, or even saw, Pamela, and did not tell the Voorhees family about Crystal Lake’s affair, which makes Pamela’s dream completely pointless. As an additional point, Mrs. Wuress was stripped down, so why does her dream have ahead? While this does not completely ruin the film in any way, frankly, very little thought went into this particularly ending scene.
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