Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Friday the 13th Part 7 (VII): The New Blood, although the story itself is different from other Friday the 13th movies and has a lot of potential, this movie still only immitates previous titles in the series. Jason Vorhees, still at the bottom of Crystal Lake, is released by a teenager with telekinetic abilities. Jason begins another killing spree, using everything from his trusty machete to a little plastic party horn. Finally, Friday the 13th Part 7 (VII): The New Blood comes to an unsatisfying climax when a confrontation between the telekinetic girl and Jason ensues. While the story is lame, there are other reasons to watch this one. Kane Hodder dons the hockey mask for the first time in this entry, and the way Jason looks in this one is just amazingly grotesque. This isn’t the best Friday the 13th in the series, but it’s far from the worst.
Synopsis:Years after Tommy Jarvis chained him underwater at Camp Crystal Lake, Jason Voorhees returns to the camp grounds when he is accidentally released from his prison by a teenager with psychic powers.
About Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988)
Starring: Kane Hodder, Corey Feldman, Tony Goldwyn, William Butler, Thom Mathews, Kevin Spirtas, Jeff Bennett, Kimberly Beck, Craig Thomas, Diana Barrows, Jennifer Banko, Lar Park-Lincoln, Darcy DeMoss, Nancy McLoughlin, C.J. Graham, Mike Nomad, Delano J. Palughi, Ted White, John Otrin, Susan Blu, Terry Kiser, Susan Jennifer Sullivan, Heidi Kozak, Staci Greason, Larry Cox, Elizabeth Kaitan, Jon Renfield, Michael Schroeder, Debora Kessler, Diane Almeida
Runtime: 88 minutes
Director: John Carl Buechler