The acting in this movie is pretty bad all around, except Terry Kiser (Bernie from Weekend At Bernie’s), who is really good as the shady doctor. Of course you know throughout that it will eventually come down to Jason vs Tina, with, you know, Jason being superhuman and Tina having superhuman powers. This had the potential to be good, and their first meeting actually is, but then it falls apart. There is no consistency with the strength of Jason either. At times he seems unstoppable and then later a light hits him in the head and the impact is so much that it sends him flying into a basement. This is not the best of the series, but it is certainly better than the previous two installments.
On A Scale Of One To Ten: 6