Friday The 13th - Part 7 - The New Blood details
|Starring:||Kevin Blair, Lar Parc-Lincoln, Terry Kiser, Susan Blu|
|Director:||John Carl Buechler|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Friday The 13th - Part 7 - The New Blood
|Run time:||1 hour 24 minutes|
|Rental release:||02 Dec 2002|
|Dubbed:||German, French, Spanish, Italian|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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The new ingedient this...By loz#6 from BRISTOL , 12 Nov 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]The new ingedient this time is the introduction of a girl with psychic powers, who unwittingly brings back Jason from his watery grave. Following the series renaissance of Part 6:Jason Lives, The New Blood contines the high production values, with this being the slickest and best directed installment thus far. The addition of the pyschic powers gives the film an interesting new angle to play with, and while the film does suffer a mid-period slump where it goes back to the generic stalk and slash killings of annonymous teenage campers, at least none of them are actively annoying this time round. It's not all good stuff - despite a large number of deaths theres no stand out gore scenes, and the final method of finishing Jason off is very cheesy, but for the most part this is a well-made entry in the series, and the extended climactic scenes of Jason without the hockey mask is a treat for long-time viewers. Not quite as good as Part 6, but still one of the better sequels.
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Not goodBy LegendaryJess (32 reviews) , 15 Oct 2012
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideNot my fav Jason film by any means, Its cool that Jason has now got his hard man persona however the bit when his mask is taken off is ridiculous and the whole storyline stunk. I'm praying the films get alot better as i thought Part 1 and 6 were good so far. Jason is my fav movie horror villian and i can't wait for the films to get much better (hopefully)
The Worst To Date.By Richie77777 (274 reviews) from Essex , 06 Oct 2011
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideThere's an almagomated recap at the start.
Tina has kinosnetic powers, (if that's the word) and wishes that her dad dies at the start, (since he hits her mum) and this duly happens.
It has a definite 80s vibe to it, (Part 7) well late 80s!
There's no prior explanation given to Tina having these special powers, and I think there really needs to be!
My inititial thoughts are this plot line is totally absurd. Tina going down the lake trying to bring back her dead father and instead raising Jason from his watery grave, yet I hope as the film progresses things get better.
Also thus far in, Tina's acting is appallling! (Its not making any changes then this series).
'She just needs a chance to be normal, isn't that what it's all about?!'
There's more of that original music sound effects in this movie.
Also, this whole thing looks remarkably dated!
In some respects this actually seems like the spoof, 'Scary Movie,' and I have previously mentioned it just isn't scary. - Yawn, boring! - Why do films get progressively worse as the franchise progresses?!
Unless it gets significantly better I'm pretty sure that 40 minutes in this will be by far the worst Friday 13th that I have seen.
It turns that Dr. Crews is pretty unethical.
Around the lost earring segment it actually manages to build some tension.
Interestingly I don't notice much in the way of proleptic irony in this movie, (maybe the directors got sick of stating the obvious!)
'Where you going?'
- 'To take a cold shower, I've got a date with a soup on a rope.'
'Happy birthday Micheal, many happy returns Melissa. - C&%t!'
Its a signature of the series a person falling through a set of windows and yep this happens again at the one hour mark!
Dr. Crews really is a nasty piece of work and you'll see why ..
A really good bit is when Jason comes out with some sort of motorised implement, (before then he's got some sort of different long knife too). - Is there some garden shed where he's getting these from??!
Sadly its only in the final ten minutes that Tina fights against Jason, (using her magic powers!) We're treated to Jason being electrocuted, Jason jumping through a kitchen window, a roofing section falling down on top of him, Jason falling through some stairs, being demasked, (which is the best part in the entire film), being hung, dropped through the flooring boards, being set alight and her dad rising up from the lake to kill Jason, (very cheesy!) - Phew!!
Interestingly there's no little twist at the end.
I enjoyed the last fifteen minutes, but unfortunately everything is just wrong otherwise. - A very tired format at this point.
Same old crap acting and bad hairstylesBy desmondsdoll (266 reviews) from Stockport , 21 Jan 2010This was dire - it was just the same old generic teen slash stuff with horrendous acting and somehow the teenagers all look older than my mother!
I don't recommend this even if you love cheesy horror - it really is so rubbish that it's more of a comedy in places, like when a body falls out of a tree in slow motion (and also ends up back in its original position in the tree during later scenes)
Oh well..By gianino (648 reviews) from London , 08 Nov 2009Apart from the fact that the acting was pretty appalling, the plot was just ok. Scary at times but not much suspence & the end was so bad that it ruined the whole film. Besides I could tell it was shot in the 80ies; so I was expexting to be crap!
excellantBy kass (35 reviews) from Huddersfield , 11 Jul 2009this is one of the best in the series - up there with part 6.