Exclusive Clip: Friday the 13th Part VIII DVD – Behind-the-Scenes

In celebration of the release of the Deluxe Editions of Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood and Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan, Paramount Home Entertainment has provided us with an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from the extras on the Part VIII DVD.

While Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan has more than a few problems, it’s still good cheesy fun. Especially the scene we’re about to help you revisit. Arguably the best scene in the film is Jason’s boxing match, which ends in probably the most hilarious way possible. Want to know how it was pulled off or if punches were even pulled at all? Click below to watch, and then be sure to pre-order the flicks!

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  • The Unknown Murderer

    This movie is complete crap. When I was a kid, it was the only film to hold the dubious honor of driving all of my friends out of the room due to sheer boredom.

    We watched the entire series (1-8 at the time) overnight, one right after the other, and this one made them leave.

    Although, watching 12 straight hours of Friday may be a bit much to ask from most people save for hardcore horror fans…

    “Mommy, don’t let me drown!” says puppetface Jason. I’d like to see a doc clip on how the FX team for this flick created the shittiest Jason makeup ever. That would answer one nagging question.

    • Sirand

      Wait until you see the “alternate Jason death” on the DVD… Words cannot possibly describe it…

      • The Unknown Murderer

        What?! The first one was bad enough…

        But I have to see that.

  • fceurich39

    awesome where the heck is the dvd reviews already

    • Uncle Creepy

      We’re still waiting for review product to come in. Paramount has been late with these.