Friday The 13th Part VII: The New Blood

Synopsis: Lying dormant at the bottom of Camp Crystal Lake, Jason Voorhees is released from his watery grave by a telekinetic girl. And so the killing begins again. Can she use her powers to stop Jason, or is he back for good?
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): John Carl Buechler
Production: Paramount Pictures
  4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
88 min

(Man) 'There's a legend

round here.

'A killer buried but not dead.

'A curse on Crystal Lake,

a death curse.

'Jason Voorhees' curse.

'They say he died as a boy

but he keeps coming back.

'Few have seen him and lived.

'Some have even tried to stop him.

No one can.'

Jason's alive.

He's even more powerful now.


Jason belongs in hell.

I'm going to see he gets there.

Jason, come on! Come and get me!

It's me you want, remember?

'People forget...

he's down there... waiting.'

(Man) Give me that. I'll sell

this place and get the hell out.

(Woman) Tina!

(Man) Leave her out of this.

(Man) Join the party.

(Woman) Don't drink any more.

(Man) Don't tell me what to do!


(Man) Tina!

Tina, come inside, honey.


Wait! Tina!

- Tina, don't! Please, come back.

- You hit Mom again.

Tina! Tina...

I hate you! Go away!

Please, baby, I'm sorry.

I didn't mean to.

Go away! I hate you!

I wish you were dead!

(Mom) Oh, my God!

(Mom) No!

No, Daddy! No!



Tina, honey, are you all right?

I'm fine.

I don't think

this is such a good idea.

Honey, this is really hard on all

of us. Will you just give it a try?

It doesn't seem to be

so hard on Dr. Crews.

He really wants to help you.

I'd hate to see you go back to hospital.

(Tina) I guess you're right.

(# Soft Rock)

- There he is.

- Bad news Crews.

(Mom) Tina!

- Hi, Dr. Crews.

- Hi.

Did we keep you waiting?

No. I really like it up here.

It's beautiful.

- Did you have a good trip?

- It was a very nice drive.

- Tina, how are you?

- Hi.

#... I can't look back... #


There goes the neighborhood.

(Girl) Nice outfit.

Looks like her mom dressed her.

(2nd girl) Melissa!

So this is where it all started.

Well, well, well.

Dr. Crews, you really think

we're doing the right thing, don't you?

We did all we could at the hospital,

she hasn't made enough progress.

I know it's tough on both of you

to come back here but trust me.

- We'll do the best we can.

- You'll help her.

- So, what do you think of Nick?

- Gee, I hadn't noticed.

- Let me help.

- That's all right.

- No, really.

- No. It's no problem.

- I'm sorry.

- Thanks. You've been a great help(!)

I don't know what I would have done

without you.


(Girls giggling)

Great, a**hole.

Do we really have to do this now?

Tina, we're late already.

Sit down, please.

- Why am I seeing things?

- I don't know, Tina.

Why do you think

you're seeing things?

- Is that really necessary?

- What, the camera?

I just want to keep track of

our progress.

Now, er...

Let's get back to work, all right?

Tina, look at me. See this matchbook?

I'm going to set it

on the desk here.

I want you to concentrate,

to think about your feelings

and focus them in on the matchbook.

Maybe we can get it to move.

(Starts recording equipment)

- You're not trying, Tina.

- Yes, I am.

Think about it moving

and make it move.

I can't! I don't know how it happens.

Sometimes it does, sometimes not.

And you're lying to me.

You're lying because it happens

when your emotions are at their peak.

You're holding back.

Concentrate. Concentrate, Tina.

Well, well. What did you do?

- What went through your mind?

- I was thinking about you.

Look, I don't know how this

will help me.

Your psychokinetic ability is

a projection of your sense of guilt.

Speak English! You're more interested

in this telekinetic stuff than me.

No! I'm here to help you overcome

your guilt over your father's death.

- That's all.

- That's bullshit!

I rest my case.

(# Rock music)

#... I got the kinda looks

the cops don't trust

# I'm driving down the street

They point at me... #

- Kate.

- Yes?

If this is my uncle's house,

why are we sleeping in the van?

Who says we're sleeping?

#... feel like I'm ready for the world

Nothing's ever gonna get to... #


- Are you all right?

- (Sobbing) Mama, I miss him so much.

I know. I miss him, too.


(Dad) 'Please, baby.

I'm sorry. I didn't mean to.'

- Tina!

- I hate you! I wish you were dead!


I wish you were dead! No, Daddy. No!

I'm sorry, Daddy.

I'm so sorry.

I wish I could bring you back.


Dr. Crews, it's Tina!

Sweetheart, are you all right?

- (Crews) Tina, what happened?

- Where is he?

I saw him but I can't describe him.

You said "him". Are you saying

a man came out of the lake?

I know what you're thinking but this

has nothing to do with my father.


don't run away from it. Your guilt

over your father is a powerful thing.

- But it wasn't my father.

- You manufacture hallucinations...

It wasn't a hallucination.

- Yes, it was.

- No.

Piece of sh*t.

- When did you last put oil in it?

- Yesterday.

- Let's just camp here.

- But we're almost there.

- Jane, woods is woods. I'm beat.

- Michael!

What? We'll have to go back

to the car in the morning anyway.

- Nick can take us.

- What would he be doing out here?

- He's already here.

- What are you talking about?

This is a surprise party

for your birthday.

Everybody's waiting for us

to show up. I got this great cabin.

No way!

Never mind, the whole thing's ruined.

Happy birthday.

(Knocking at door)

- Hi.

- Hi.

I washed this for you.

- Hi. I'm Nick.

- Amanda Shepard. Nice meeting you.

- Have you been having fun up here?

- We got together to throw my cousin

a surprise birthday party.

- I came to invite your daughter.

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Daryl Haney

Daryl Haney (born June 21, 1963 in Charlottesville, Virginia), also known by the pen name D. R. Haney, is an American actor, screenwriter, novelist, and essayist. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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