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The film was originally scheduled to be released in October but was pushed up to April 13, 1984. Upon its theatrical release, the film grossed $33 million in the U.S. on a budget of $2.2 million, making it the fourth most attended of the Friday the 13th series with approximately 9,815,700 tickets sold. Though the film received generally negative reviews from critics at the time of release, it has retrospectively come to be considered one of the stronger entries in the series. Despite being billed as the final film, its success prompted another sequel, Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, one year later, followed by a further six sequels and a reboot.


Previous Friday the 13th films generally favored young women being the final girl. This is the first film in the series to not only have two survivors instead of one, but one of them being a child. The filmmakers believed this aspect has never been done before in a slasher film, as well as them wanting to create characters that the audience don't want to see harmed or killed. By including the Jarvis family (a divorced mother, a teenage daughter, and a pre-teen son) opposite the usual cast of teenagers, they could generate more drama and resonant tragedy such the implication of Mrs. Jarvis killed outside by Jason, and thus remaining debatable how intentional the parallels are between Jason and Tommy. Tommy's interest in make-up effects served as an homage to Tom Savini.[5]


'Tis the season for slashers! With a chill in the air, leaves falling from the trees, and the growing darkness of the night, you might be thinking: how can I watch my favorite scary Halloween movies Well you're in luck: you can celebrate the spooky season with AMC FearFest, the annual scary movie spectacular available on-air, online, on the AMC apps, and on AMC+, extending all through October. AMC is hosting a streaming library of 91 horror movies (see the full list here), including a number of legendary horror movie franchises, like the iconic Friday the 13th movies.


This year, AMC is hosting nine films from the Friday the 13th franchise, including Friday the 13th (1980), Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981), Friday the 13th Part III (1982), Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984), Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985), Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986), Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988), Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989), and Friday the 13th (2009). Follow the bloody saga of the unkillable Jason Voorhees and his trail of victims, from his beginnings as the mythos behind the vengeful shadow of Camp Crystal Lake and beyond.


After Jason actor Ted White finished his scenes for this film, he immediately started work on Starman (1984). While on set for the night's filming, a group of reporters were waiting to interview Jeff Bridges, but he was unavailable. Therefore, director, John Carpenter, told the reporters to talk to White about the film he had recently finished. After telling the reporters he had just finished playing Jason in the latest Friday the 13th film, the next day's article was entirely about him, and that night, numerous "Friday" fans arrived at the set solely in order to see White.


In Turkey, this film, and the next sequel, Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985), were released at the same time. People could watch both films back to back. Even the posters for both movies were displayed next to each other.


Amy Steel talked Peter Barton into doing the film. By the time the Final Chapter offer came around Matthew Star was off the air, and Barton wanted no part of horror films, having hated working on Hell Night in 1981. Amy Steel somehow talked him into it, selling him on the notoriety of starring in the final Friday the 13th film.


One of at least three 1980s movies in the slasher film horror genre with the word ''final'' in the title. The pictures are 'Final Exam' (1981), 'The Final Terror' (1983) and 'Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter' (1984).


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