||I'm going out on a limb here, but I'm going on record to say that Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter is one of the best movies in the series. Why? Well, I'm glad you asked...First off, we have the great Jason Voorhees with make-up by Tom "I have issues" Savini, doing wonderful things with a pinch of blood, rubber entrails and some crazy glue. We get the privilege of seeing Jason without his mask, looking like The Goonies' Sloth on a bad hair day. The plot for part 4 is nothing great, but at least we do get a few little turns and twists (hey, keep in mind I said A FEW...don't get your hopes up high). The acting is above par (if just barely), and it does help to have some B-list stars doing some nice emoting and scene stealing (especially Glover, playing a variation on his character from Back To The Future)...And we have Corey Feldman. I could write a whole devotional page to Mr. Feldman. Of course, we all know he's THE consummate actor. No film would be complete without him (obviously). For example, what would Stand By Me be without Corey? Or The Lost Boys? Or what about Dream A Little Dream Part 2? Do you see the universal importance of Corey Feldman? DO YOU?!?...Oh, come on...what can you say that's bad about any of the Friday The 13th movies? Sure, it's the same script over and over again with only 8-10 words changed and a different title. And, yes, it has no redeeming social value what-so-ever (although I do think it has something to say about when and where to do your nookie-knockin'). However, when you sit down and pop this in, don't even TRY to tell me that there isn't this little wave of nostalgia that washes over you like the ocean tide...unless, of course, you're 88 and think "Pac-Man" is a moving company...My mom used to tell me that these movies rot your brain. After taking a long, hard look in the mirror, I think she's right.