Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan
The Big Apple's in big trouble, as indestructible psycho-fiend Jason Vorhees hits the road to New York City. After a shocking return from beyond the grave, the diabolical Jason ships out abroad a teen-filled "love boat" bound for New York, which he soon transforms into the ultimate voyage of the damned. Then one of his terrified victims escapes into the nightmarish maze of Manhattan's subways and sewers, only to confront Jason one final time.
- Stars:Todd Caldecott, Tiffany Paulsen, Tim Mirkovich, Kane Hodder, Jensen Daggett, Barbara Bingham, Alex Diakun, Peter Mark Richman, Ace, Warren Munson, Fred Henderson, Scott Reeves, Gordon Currie, Saffron Henderson, Martin Cummins,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Rob Hedden,
- Writer:Rob Hedden, Victor Miller (characters)
A passing boat bound for New York pulls Jason Voorhees along for the ride. Look out New York, here comes hell in a hockey mask. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: I am not ashamed to say I love Jesus. Neither am I ashamed to say that I liked this movie. Liked, not loved. I loved Masey McLain as Rachel Joy Scott. I fell in love with her in the role. I enjoyed parts of the movie, I felt the message that it was conveying got across, but there are other parts I did not enjoyed. I felt the first fifteen minutes were rushed, but then felt the movie was too long. Then there were scenes I thought weren't needed being that that we are supposed to focused on Rachel (one of a dozen students killed in the shooting mentioned in the story). Overall, as said before, liked, not loved. I'm not ashamed to say so.
(ca) wrote: .Entretenida a pesar de todo.
(ca) wrote: great movie...of course :)
(jp) wrote: As crazy as a Spanish film usually is, but the cast is top-notch and the plot is very respectable. One of the finest contemporary romantic tales of foreign cinema, and one of the cuttest as well. 70/100
(it) wrote: shades of sexual politics and crisis are played out through the mundane dealings of a somewhat narcissistic bisexual hustler in the sixties, the style is in ure face and explored through the asexual gaze of warhol - brilliant underground venture!
(nl) wrote: Fun take off on the Bond movies that were new to the public then
(de) wrote: this was a good movie. I was inspired by his devotion and his resolve to make the world a better place and his rejection of worldly goods.
(ru) wrote: "Now I have a machine gun. Ho ho ho."Christmas is the time for love, peace, forgiveness, and sharing. It's also the time where a man in a white vest guns down at terrorists at the Nakatomi Plaza, with no shoes on.Die Hard is one of the best Christmas movies ever.Merry Christmas everyone.
(ru) wrote: I had to re-watch this great British film from 1996 in readiness for the imminent realease of its sequelsome 20 years on. Glad I did.Now some people will just brush it off as a hard drug film. Glorifying the practice?I would say strongly the opposite. It shows the often devastating social be it mental and/or physical effects substance misuse causes to individuals and their driends and relatives.The film is set in Edinburgh, Scotland and focuses on a central character Mark @rent Boy' Renton (Ewan McGregor) a heroin addict and his collection of friends.'Sick Boy' (Jonny Lee Miller), a fellow addict cum dealer with a penchant for Sean Connery James Bond films!'Begbie' (Robert Carlyle) who has severe aggression issues that result in many a smashed pint glass and 'Spud' (Ewen Bremner) a likeable loser.Renton can continue in the spiral of drug abuse or choose life by breaking free from its grip. Along the way perhaps breaking free from the grip of some of these friends.The movie is a notable for a great 1990's soundtrack that features a segment of Sheffield's very own Heaven 17! I was so mesmorised by the film on first seeing in the cinema back in 1996 and have watched for the first time in years on an old DVD release.Choose life. Simple.
(nl) wrote: This movie was a great part of my childhood. Most little girls wanted to be princesses and ride in horse drawn carriages. I wanted to be a cowboy and ride horses through a gun battle!