I can honestly say I've never seen that before. Tina is a wreck of a girl - plagued by a powerful telekinetic ability, Tina killed her drunken and abusive father in a fit of rage many years ago and has been trying to deal with her guilt ever since. A distraught little Tina Shepard dreams of the time when she believes she drowned her father with her anger-triggered psychic powers. Crews isn't what he seems, he is obviously more interested in exploiting Tina's psychic abilities rather than helping her. What chance does a teenage girl have against a maniacal maniac with a machete? Director John Carl Buechler deserves a lot of credit for respecting continuity and sticking to the formula while squeezing out another great film from the well-worn slasher-in-the-woods concept. To justify some of the murders, many of the characters, like shrink Terry Kiser who plots to exploit Tina and Susan Jennifer Sullivan great blonde bitch obviously deserve to die. As a girl vacationing at Camp Crystal Lake, Tina, a teenager with uncontrolled telekinetic powers, killed her abusive father with the use of her mental abilities.
In a rage, Tina accidentally frees Jason Voorhees from the bottom of the lake with her powers, and he begins to slaughter the teens next door. All in all, one of the better sequels to follow the original Friday the 13th. This fierce, spine-bearing Jason is a much more frightening being than before as he paces through the woods, chases skinny dippers and employs weapons of terror I have never seen before what was that thing with the spinning blade? I'm always perplexed by how many fans embrace this entry. The now-famous sleeping bag bludgeon makes its first appearance in this 6th installment, and its one of my favorites - really nasty and brutally hilarious. Of course we all know who will prevail in this clash of good and evil, but we also know it's just a matter of time before Jason pulls another Lazarus. Jason is a wet, rotting cadaver, his spinal cord clearly visible through the shredded remains of his clothes, his ribcage poking out, his flesh dark with rot. Lar Park Lincoln is great as Tina - perhaps a bit too weepy, but almost as angry as Jason and erupting in great displays of rage, both verbal and telekinetic.
Tina unwittingly unchains the merciless bloodthirsty Jason Voorhees from his watery grave, igniting a bloodbath that ends in the ultimate showdown in strength of mind versus pure evil matter. Years later, when a doctor tries to exploit her abilities, her power becomes a hellish curse, and she unwittingly unchains the merciless, bloodthirsty Jason Voorhees from his watery grave. Finally, Tina must battle Jason herself is she hopes to save her new boyfriend and herself from death. He lurks around with exposed spine and sets his sights on a group of young people who rent a cabin for a birthday party. Again resurrected from his watery grave didn't he open his eyes at the very end of the last one? Apparently this was heavily censored. She is, it turns out, our only hope to stop the monster.
But, you see, in horror movies, any peace is bound to be interrupted eventually. The showdown, complete with telepathically-propelled lamps and electrical wires, also showcases some very impressive special effects how many Friday films can you say that about? The make-up effects in this movie are my absolute favorite. Weepy Tina Shepard arrives at Crystal Lake with her mom and her doctor. This is a serious frightfest that in no way tries to carry on the humorous overtone of its immediate predecessor. Camp Crystal Lake has been operating peacefully for years, ever since Tommy Jarvis chained Jason to the bottom of the lake. And incredibly, this sixth sequel tops the series. Gore-wise we have a decapitation, a hand thrust through a chest, a party horn stuck in an eyeball, an axe to the face twice , a drowning, a body thrown out a window and, the best murder, well I won't ruin it by saying it involves a sleeping bag and a tree, but it's a hoot.
Other than that, I'm still wondering why people keeping going to Crystal Lake, only to be surprised when maniac wearing a hockey mask tries to kill them. All the characters are obvious stereotypes. Pack your bags and return to Crystal Lake to find out for yourself…if you dare!. Truthfully, Kane Hodder's portrayal of Jason Voorhees, and the Jason make up design are the best things about part 7. Even if you're not a fan of the series or think it's too campy, you'll be pleasantly surprised. Her name is Carrie, but for some reason she uses the name Tina Shepard.
Tina Shephard is basically a re-work of Carrie from. Can she use her powers to stop Jason, or is he back for good? Oh well, it had a nice musical score if that makes up for anything. Jason would have wanted it that way. Jason against a psychic made for a nice showdown. Kane Hodder makes a good Jason, and there are kills aplenty, but not much gore. It was great to see someone give Jason a run for his money instead of just screaming and running away. The pretty blonde played by Lar Park-Lincoln is just icing on the cake, helping to create dare I say it? In fact, it's one of the best horror movies of the 1980s.
Jason immediately heads into the woods and starts killing, gradually working his way to the house next door to Tina's, filled with vacuous partying teens. This was the number one box office draw at movie theaters the week it debuted. This isn't very important, because it isn't very long before Tina accidentally releases Jason from what should have been his watery-grave. Except for the sci-fi nerd sporting a mullet. Maybe, if the movie was available uncut something that will unfortunately never exist , that would boost my rating and enjoyment slightly.
However, this one is different! Sequel after sequel, unknown cast after unknown cast, limited budget after limited budget, they still manage to be pretty good horror movies. The film would work well enough without the heroine of Tina. Tina accidentally breaks the chain around the neck of Jason Voorhees, the undead Crystal Lake serial killer, and so the killing begins again. Kane Hodder went on to become the only actor who played Jason to receive a little fame for this thankless role. In yet another emotional fit, Tina attempts to raise her dead father from the depths of Crystal Lake, but instead raises the rotting carcass of Jason Voorhees instead, who emerges with his hockey mask intact and his bloodlust stronger than ever.