Friday The 13th Individual
Part 1 Description
Despite repeated warnings to stay away, a group of
fun-loving but none-too-bright teenagers set out to reopen
the eerie Camp Crystal Lake, which closed 20 years earlier
after a series of bizarre and unexplained deaths. Now
someone is lurking in the woods, spying on the happy
campers, and plotting a gory, grisly revenge on those who
would disturb the camp's slumber.
Part 2 Description
A fresh batch of teenage camp counselors return to the
ill-fated Camp Crystal Lake five years after its most
recent atrocities. Since the apparent perpetrator of those
crimes was decapitated by the only survivor, the plucky
teens ignorantly go about the business of reviving the
camp, unaware that they are being stalked by an unseen
figure who lives in the woods, waiting for the right
opportunity to take bloody revenge.
Part 3 Description
Jason Voorhees (Richard Brooker) returns again to Camp Crystal Lake, where he
drowned nearly three decades before while some negligent camp counselors made
out on the beach. Understandably upset by this turn of events, Jason continues
to haunt his old stomping grounds, dealing death to those thrill-seeking teens
who venture into the woods. This time around, Jason faces tougher victims in the
form of a motorcycle gang and dons his trademark hockey mask.
4: The Final Chapter Description
Crispin Glover and Corey Feldman star in this, the fourth
movie in the venerable series. Though most
had written off the series by this installment, in
retrospect this looks like it was the best of the series.
First, Mr. Glover injects some much needed personality
into the film as Jimmy, one of the many doomed teenagers
at Camp Crystal Lake, and he seems to somehow make the
other teens a little more entertaining, including Corey
Feldman's Tommy, ostensibly the hero of the picture.
Second, and perhaps most importantly, the gore effects her
are done by the legendary Tom Savini (DAWN OF THE DEAD),
who adds a level of inventiveness to the endless killings
that the series hadn't yet experienced. Five more sequels
5: A New Beginning Description
Tommy, the young boy who finally killed hockey-masked
murderer Jason Voorhees in Part 5, has grown up and is now
spending time in a home for the mentally fragile. Not long
after Tommy checks in though, someone starts killing the
patients one-by-one. Has Tommy picked up where the
legendary serial killer left off or has Jason come back
from beyond the grave to kill again?
6: Jason Lives Description
Tommy Jarvis (Thom Matthews), the boy who killed Crystal
Lake murderer Jason Vorhees, is now grown. Jason is still
dead, but Tommy, recently released from a mental health
facility, needs to see proof. When he exhumes Jasons body
to get a closer look, a series of events causes the masked
killer to be reanimated, only to go on the rampage again!
7: The New Blood Description
Tina (Lar Park Lincoln), a telekinetic mental patient,
travels back to Crystal Lake for some therapy that will
allow her to transcend the tragic death of her
father--whom she inadvertently killed with her mental
powers. While staying at the campsite, Tint inadvertently
frees Jason from his watery tomb with the same powers, and
the masked madman proceeds to make chop suey out of the
countryside and all its inhabitants. Is Tina strong enough
to close the Pandora's box?
8: Jason Takes Manhattan Description
After an electricity from a torn cable revives him on the
river bottom where his body lies, masked slasher Jason
Voorhees stows away on a cruise ship carrying a graduating
class of Crystal Lake teens to the Big Apple. Along the
way, the ship braves a storm, which is nothing compared to
the violence that the hockey mask-wearing psychopath
inflicts on the passengers.