^^ That movie is a pretty big deal. I've heard and read multiple times that it was the first Hollywood movie to treat ghosts seriously, not in a comedic way or by explaining the haunting away Scooby-Doo style at the end (which was a very common plot device in the first part of the 20th century). Add that to the fact that it was a higher-profile movie with name stars and not some lowly B Movie so it got more respect, too.
Wat1ched Jason Takes Manhattan and oh boy, isn't this a movie that fails to deliver the bare minimum of what you want it to. There's about 4 minutes in there where Jason is menacing the passengers of a subway and then stomping through Time Square that feels like the movie you wanted to see. Also, it seems they coated Kane Hodder in glycerin to make Jason always appear wet, but depending on the lighting he sometimes just appears to be covered in goo.
Wolf Guy is a Sonny Chiba action movie where, in addition to beating the stuffing out of various groups of people like always, he's also supposed to be a werewolf. We don't see him transform, however, because they don't have the budget to show it. Still, the film assures us that he is a werewolf.
... aaand watched the original The Wicker Man
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