Friday The 13th: A New Beginning

Synopsis: Five years after killing the goalie hockey-masked killer Jason Voorhees, Tommy Jarvis has grown up in various mental hospitals unable to get over the nightmares about Jason's return. When Tommy is sent to a rural halfway house in New Jersey for mentally disturbed teenagers, a series of grisly murders begin anew as another hockey-masked killer begins killing off all people at and around the residence. Has Jason returned from the dead to re-start his killing spree? Has Tommy decided to take over the reign of Jason, or has someone else?
Director(s): Danny Steinmann
Production: Paramount Pictures
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
92 min

Let's find him.

I know he's here somewhere.

Come on, look for it.

I know it's here.

- There!

- Over to the right.

That's it. There it is!

That's it. All right!

- This is it, all right.

- Let's rip this sucker open!

Get a look at the main man!

Come on, dig! Deeper!

Come on, dig. Come on, let's dig!

Come on, faster! Dig!

Get the dirt off and we'll open it.

This is it.

Come on!

Come on.

- Pry.

- Move it over here.

Harder. Come on.

- Come on, Neil!

- OK, here it comes.

No... please, no!

That must be the new kid.

Last stop. Everybody out.

No? Beautiful. Sit there.

I don't give a sh*t.

How you doing?

Tommy Jarvis?

Hi, my name is Pam Roberts.

I'm the assistant director.

I'm glad you're here.

If you'd like to grab your things,

I'll take you in to meet the doctor.


Thank you.

Anytime, doll.

How was the ride?

Come on, Tommy.

You OK?

- Come in.

- Hi.

Hi, Tommy. I'm Matthew Letter.

Welcome to Pinehurst. Have a seat.

Sit down, son.

I'll tell you

a little about Pinehurst,

then we'll let you get settled.

How's that sound?

How does that sound?


All right. About Pinehurst,

you'll find we're very different

from the state institution.

We don't have any guards here.

Nobody tells you what to do.

- Basically, you're your own boss.

- It's an honor system.

What you're really doing here, Tommy,

is preparing yourself to re-enter

society and start a new life.

Pam, wanna point Tommy toward

his room and get him started?

Sure. OK? Go through the kitchen,

up the stairs,

and it's the first door

on your left, OK? See you in a bit.

- What do you think?

- The kid's a real talker.

I noticed.

How'd they diagnose him?

"Severe trauma at age 12.

"Brutal self-defense murder

of a psychopathic killer."

They've given him every therapy

and treatment they can think of.

It's a wonder his mind

isn't fried from all the drugs.

You scared of spiders?

You scared of rubber spiders?

Scared of rubber spiders on strings?

Man, you are one scared cat.

Where I come from,

you learn to be scared of nothing.

They call me Reggie the Reckless.

No spider scares me.

Joke, man!

- Don't.

- Don't get all twisted out of shape.

- You act like you made these things.

- I did.


So you're the new nut?

- Is that what they call us?

- "Us"? I ain't one of you.

I'm just visiting.

My granddaddy works here.

Gotta split.

Catch you later. There's action.

Joey, come on. Hurry up.

Oh, my God!

Hey, you guys! Joey, come on.

Stop, Grandpa! Don't!

- Hey, Matt. How's it going?

- All right. What's up?

It's like we talked about.

You got some neighbors who

aren't happy about your place.

I respect

what you're trying to do, Matt, I do.

But we found a couple of your kids

on the Hubbard place again.

- Deputy! Bring 'em out.

- Yes, sir.

Everybody out.

Stop fooling around. Fall in.

- Yes, sir.

- Move, wise guy.

We found them in Hubbard's woods

screwing their heads off, Matt.

We're lucky this time,

because Ethel didn't see them.

I'll take care of it, Sheriff.

- I'll do the talking. Keep quiet.

- Morning, Ethel.

- Don't you look lovely?

- Horseshit!

Sheriff, you better hear me good.

I want this loony bin closed down.

You hear? These kids

ain't nothing but trouble!

They disrespect property,

and they're all crazy!

- You tell 'em, Ma!

- These kids weren't doing...

Doing? Doing?!

You think I don't know what those

two perverts were doing in my yard!

- Say it like you mean it, Ma!

- Would you shut the f*** up?

I'll tell all of you.

You mark my words,

the next bastard comes near my farm,

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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