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This isn't fun anymore? Says who? Oh, that's right, the skinny dipper (Jamie Mayo) who was chased half-naked through the woods by everyone's favorite psychopath (ours, at least). When did the fun begin for Krueger (Robert Englund)?
2. You wouldn't happen to know where we could find a man who wears a dark brown hat, has skin that's terribly burnt and razor-fingers, would you? Of course, you would. That was how Lori (Monica Keena) described Krueger to this person. Name that fellow and tell us how someone else could survive being impaled by Krueger's shadow claw if it had anything to do with the spelling of each person's name.

3. Someone had to swallow (__________) so they could taste it (__________). Many forgot. That was why he needed Jason's (Ken Kirzinger) help. Fill in the parentheses.

4. Krueger said something to Jason when he appeared to him in the form of his mother (Paula Shaw) that got us thinking. When he reminded Jason of the gift he possessed, his choice of words could have been misconstrued. Our question isn't what that gift was, because you'd have to be dumber than one of Jason's victims not to know what that is. What we want you to do instead, is to think of another one.

5. You know what would have made the nightmare that Lori experienced at the police station even more
Freddy vs. Jason
(1) When he discovered that he was still feared and that fear gave him the power to invade dreams. (2) Lori described Krueger to Gibb (Katharine Isabelle). Blake (David Kopp) was the person who was impaled by Krueger's shadow claw. He didn't die because Krueger still wasn't strong enough to kill anyone at that point in time. If it had anything to do with the spelling of each person's name, we're fucked. Ours doesn't start or end with the letter B. (3) Their pride. The fear that Krueger's name alone invoked. (4) Well, apart from his strength, the only other gift we can think of is how he's able to catch almost anyone he sets his sights on, usually with nothing more than a fast-paced walk, and in the dead of night.

(5) A little girl with no eyes (6) The creature compressed its body to slide under a door, and then again, when it forced itself down Freeburg's throat
(7) Linderman (Chris Marquette) couldn't give Jason mouth to mouth resuscitation because he had asthma. Will (Jason Ritter) was driving the van and Lori had entered Freddy's dreamworld. Luckily, she didn't have to. (8) The cards had a decorative, green border and an illustration of a scarecrow in front of a night sky. (9) Winner kills all! (10) Jason's eyes appeared to have been regenerated. The last shot of the film suggested that Jason won the battle, but not the war.

Friday the 13th: The New Blood
Tina's (Lar Park Lincoln) telekinetic powers accidentally set Jason free when she tried to wish her father back to life.
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disturbing? If her own face appeared on the missing child flyer that was reserved for Krueger's next victim. What did she see after that?

6. The creature that Krueger turned himself into at the psychiatric hospital demonstrated a rather unique ability that it used twice, once to leave a room and then to overpower Freeburg (Kyle Labine). If you try to slither your way out of this one, we're sending it after you.

7. Jason was the only hope that Lori had of defeating Krueger. She knew that and so did Kia. What Kia didn't know was that she alone would have to save Jason's life during their return to Crystal Lake. Why her?

8. Here's a situation you probably wouldn't want to find yourself in. You've been taken into police custody because you were seen running from the rave party that Jason crashed. You also have some explaining to do because you're covered in someone else's blood. They want to know who was at the party and how you found out about it. When you tell the police about the invitations that Freeburg handed out, they ask you to describe what they looked like. If you can do that, maybe they'll let you go.
9. Okay boys, let's give the crowd exactly what they're looking for - lots of blood and a bloody good time. I want to see limbs hacked off, eyes gouged out, hands through chests and anything else you can throw at each other. What would the viewer have heard if someone shouted the film's tagline right before the fight began?

10. Fast-Forward to the chapter entitled Final Blows for our last question. The shot of Krueger standing on the dock with Jason's machete was framed in such a way that made it appear as though Jason emerged from the water first. When Jason did emerge and then sank back into the depths of Crystal Lake, a part of his body appeared to have been regenerated by the water. What was it and what did the final shot of the film suggest?
Friday the 13th: The New Blood
John Carl Buechler, 1988
Suppose you saw only what Tommy (Thom Matthews) saw at the end of Part VI. Would that have been enough to put your mind at ease if you were in his shoes? Probably not, right? Anchoring Jason to the bottom of Crystal Lake worked, but only for a short while. How did he escape from his watery grave?
More questions, more monsters in The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia