"Jason's Back, and this is the one you've been screaming for."
The Final Chapter is the fourth film in the Friday the 13th film franchise.The films starts right after the events of Part III, with Higgins Haven crawling with police and paramedics. The bodies are taken to the morgue, Not Quite Dead Jason Voorhees among them. As soon as he's put into the cold, he spings back to action. With the killing spree continuing, he starts targeting an area near the Crystal Lake where the Jarvis family lives, with a group of teens also present to provide some cannon fodder.As per the title, the film was supposed to be the grande finale to the series. But less than a year later, another sequel was released.
This film has examples of:
Autopsy Snack Time: Axel is introduced to us by having him munching on a sandwich, which he then places on Jason's body when he is wheeled in.
Axe Before Entering: Jason enters the Jarvis house by throwing himself on the front door. Following that, Trish and Tommy try to take refuge in Tommy's room, but then Jason starts axing before entering.
An Axe to Grind: Jason kills Sara by throwing an axe at her through a door.
Badass Boast: Trish gives Jason one before cutting him deep.
Trish: You son of a bitch! I'm gonna give you something to remember us by!
Big "NO!": Nurse Morgan's gives one when she is about to be killed.
Car Cushion: Jason pulls Tina through a second-story a window and throws her into a car on the ground.
Cluster F-Bomb: Axel lets out one when Jason's hand falls from the table in the morgue, and scares the crap put of him and nurse Morgan.
Axel: Jesus Christmas! Holy Jesus goddamn! Holy Jesus jumping Christmas shit!
Continuity Nod: The paper clippings that Rob has on Jason's misdeeds reference events from past films. Rob himself is the brother of Sandra from Part 2.
Cut Phone Lines: Jason cuts the Jarvis house's phoneline when Trish tries to call for help.
Dangerous Windows: Jason attacks Tina through a window and later tries to do the same to Tommy.
Decoy Protagonist: Rob looks to be the main male hero of the film to work alongside Final Girl Trish. Instead he dies almost immediately after encountering Jason, with the real Final Guy of the film being Tommy.
Does He Have a Brother?: When Paul and co. pass an overweight hippie hitchhiker on their trip to Crystal Lake, Ted mockingly yells at her if she has a sister. She responds by flipping around her "Canada and Love" sign and showing them the other side which reads "FUCK YOU". And then she gives them the bird.
Dramatic Unmask: Jason deteriorating face is revealed when Trish strikes him with a machete.
Finger Twitching Revival: After Jason gets a machete through the eye, while Tommy and Trish are hugging, Jason's fingers begin to twitch. When Tommy sees this, he completely freaks out, grabs the machete, and starts chopping away at Jason's body to make sure he's dead.
Foreshadowing: The poster shows the hockey mask with a knife on its left eyesocket. Jason is defeated with a machete going through his left eye.
Early in the film Tommy's mom tells him that he needs a haircut. Tommy ends cutting his hair in the climax.
Mama Bear: Trish in spades. When Rob get's killed she runs, but when Jason grab's her little brother, she beats him mercilessly with a hammer and electrocutes him with a TV. Despite suffering a broken shoulder and completely exhausted from being chased by Jason, the minute she sees him again she grab's the machete and starts swinging.
Neck Lift: Jason lifts Nurse Morgan up against the wall before gutting her.
Took a Level in Badass: Tommy whom started out as a typical annoying kid who screamed and panicked when Jason grabbed him, ends up being the one to kill Jason. And for good measure he chops away at him to make sure he stays dead.
Traumatic Haircut: Tommy cuts his hair to give himself the appearance of younger Jason, so that he can confuse him.
Waking Up at the Morgue: First subverted with Axel playing a prank on Morgan, and later played straight with Jason.
What Happened to the Mouse?: The exact fate of Mrs. Jarvis, as the scene of Trish finding her body drowned in the bathtub was cut. The scene had Mrs. Jarvis' corpse opening its eyes and grabbing Trish before revealing it to be a nightmare of Trish's; the deleted scene reminded people way too much of the firstand third's endings.