Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)

Directed by Danny Steinmann.  Written by Steinmann, Martin Kitrosser and David Cohen. Starring John Shepherd, Miguel A Nunez Jr. and Corey Feldman.

Plot: Tommy Jarvis is in a halfway house now and Jason seems to have followed him


This is a really bad Friday.  If it weren’t for the ninth one, this one would be the worst.  As huge Friday fans, we find ourselves watching this one quite a bit even though it’s terrible.  I mean, it’s funny as hell, so at least there’s that.

A lot of characters don’t seem to know what decade they’re in – the 50’s, the 70’s, whatever.  None of the women know what a bra is.  And Jason walks around like he needs to take a dump.

I wish I could say more, but there’s really not that much to say.  It’s pretty terrible.  And the music is terrible.  And the acting’s pretty terrible.  And white girls in horror movies only having one super slow speed is terrible.  So, unless you’re a die-hard Jason freak like me and DJ are, just skip it.

DJ gave it a 33/100 and I gave it a 37.

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