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Jason Voorhees and his mother Pamela Voorhees are both portrayed as villains in the first movie. Mrs. Vorhees as the actual villain, revealed at the end of the movie to be the person who commits the actual murders. Jason appears at the end in a dream like sequence seen through the eyes of Alice, the lone survivor. Jason was brought back in the sequel at ...


After digging a little, I found this link which states: Ultimately, Tommy killed Roy in self-defense and exposed his true identity; nonetheless, this event seemed to push him over the edge, leading him to attack Pam while donning a hockey mask fortunately, however, Pam managed to return Tommy to his senses and help him recover before things went ...


Wikipedia explains it: Many ideas were suggested for the sequel to Friday the 13th, including making the title part of a serialized franchise, where each succeeding film would be its own story and not related to any previous film under the Friday the 13th moniker. It was Phil Scuderi, one of the producers for the original film, which suggested bringing ...


Maybe because Tommy was actually the killer... :S Or, the producers of the movie just wanted to say that the story will never end: there will always be someone replacing the 13th Friday killer. In this way, even if Tommy did not kill anybody, he may be crazy enough to kill someone in the future.

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