Actor and stuntman Kane Hodder is the man who spent the most time wearing a hockey mask on Friday the 13th.thfranchises. Hodder made his debut as Jason Voorhees on Friday the 13th.th Part VII: New Blood” and played this role three more times until Ken Kirzinger took up the machete in “Freddy vs. Jason”.th“, has also played or performed stunts for a dizzying array of other movie killers, including Leatherface in Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, Victor Crowley in The Axe, and even took Freddy Krueger’s gloved hand in Jason Goes to Hell: The Last Friday”.
In addition to his most iconic roles, Hodder has played dozens of other maniacs, tough guys and obscure types in films ranging from Daredevil and 2003’s Monster with Charlize Theron to House 2: The Second Story. and Maniacs 2001. As with most genre pictures, some titles are better than others, but in the case of City Limits, it’s safe to say that most if not all movies are better than the 1984 sci-fi picture of the year.
A post-apocalyptic thriller set in Los Angeles, where a plague has claimed the lives of most adults.city limitsfeatures a host of up-and-coming performers, including John Stockwell, Ray Don Chong, and future Independence Day writer/producer Dean Devlin as survivors who formed motorcycle gangs. Kim Cattrall and Robbie Benson are also on hand. how members of a mysterious corporation are sent to rebuild the city at the expense of bikers.
Sounds confusing and poorly thought out, you say? Well, you’re right, and Joel and the bots in Mystery Science Theater 3000 agree as they set on fire the film is in its original run, but if you look closely, you’ll see Hodder as a member of the District Attorney, a hostile biker gang. Hodder is considered one of the unfriendly DAs, and with his powerful build and angry face, he’s more believable than anything else in the picture.