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Friday the 13th: The New Blood
John Carl Buechler, 1988
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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?
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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
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Jason X
(1) No (2) Jason would have been transferred to a facility in Scranton, Pennsylvania. (3) How Jason escaped from his shackles. (4) Jason was thawed out in 2455. The cryo-stasis unit wasn't manufactured until 2010. Give yourself a couple of bonus points if caught the other error. It was said that he was executed for the first time in 2008. So he couldn't have been in cryo-stasis before then. (5) Adrienne asked them to leave when they became a nuisance.

(6) Janessa (Melyssa Ade) was sucked through a metal grate when Jason punched a hole in the ship's hull. Brodski's (Peter Mensah) body disintegrated like some tiny meteorite streaking through the Earth's atmosphere. The fuel lines were still attached when Kinsa tried to escape and Waylander (Derwin Jordan) perished in the explosion that separated the walkways. (7) Those lines were written for Rowan (Lexa Doig) and Janessa. Jason jumped through a pane of glass. (8) "Be lucky you weren't alive during the Microsoft conflict. We (beat) each other with our own severed limbs." (9) An automatic weapon of some sort was used to blow off Jason's right arm. A Bio Force gun did the rest. (10) It was sticking out of his chest so the correct answer is "Yes."

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.
How often do you see the star of a film before any other character? It doesn't happen as often as you might think. Now, ask yourself this question: When was the last time a director appeared in the opening shot of his own movie? That never happens unless
James Isaac, 2002
the director is also the star of the film, and even then… The man behind the mask in the opening scene of this film wasn't Jason Voorhees (Kane Hodder). It was Jim Isaac. Was he the first person to die?

2. There were seven deaths in the film's first two-and-half minutes alone. Among the casualties was Dr. Wimmer (David Cronenberg). How would the story have changed if everything went according to plan?

3. Sometimes it's better to leave certain questions unanswered. That must have been the director's philosophy when it came time to shoot a key sequence for the chapter entitled A Calculated Flight Risk. The question: "How do I get from point A (the guard who threw a blanket over Jason's head) to point C (his death) without showing that?"

4. The cryo-stasis unit that kept Jason in suspended animation for 455 years must have been a prototype. If it weren't, he would have only been frozen for 445 years. What numbers did we use to figure that one out?

5. Stoney (Yani Gellman) and Kinsa (Melody Johnson) were both asked to assist
Adrienne (Kristi Angus) in the re-animation process, but neither person was there when Jason was brought back to life. Do you remember why?

6. We don't know how many people were aboard the Solaris station when it was destroyed so let's take that out of the equation. That would drop the total number of deaths to 28, give or take a victim. Now, separate the deceased into two groups - those who were slain by Jason and those who were not. How did the latter perish?

7. We know you remember this exchange of dialogue: "I don't think he's out there." "Why don't you just stick your head out and have a peek." Who was talking to whom and what happened next?

8. When Crutch (Phillip Williams) saw what happened to Fat Lou (Boyd Banks), he half-heartedly joked, "I've seen worse." What other line of dialogue indicated that he had?

9. How does one survive having his or her head blown off? Even Jason couldn't come back from that, could he? He did in this film. One of his arms was also restored with the same nano-technology, as was a leg. What type of weapon
was used to inflict those wounds?

10. Doesn't it always seem like there's a weapon lying around whenever Jason comes back from the dead? Maybe that's because everything Jason touches becomes one. Was his machete within arm's reach?
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