Hunter Robinson’s review published on Letterboxd:
Starts off with a bang and has great moments but the joke gets old. The kills are surprisingly really good and some of the comedic moments are hilarious. The idea of Jason Voorhees getting bored with killing camp counselors and wanting more out of life is pretty solid but they give the character way too much dialogue. If the dialogue was more similar to Karloff's monster in The Bride of Frankenstein(which is obviously a big influence), this movie would rock. Still pretty entertaining but could have been something special.