Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)

5.06
/ 10
16 User Ratings
1h 32m
Running Time

March 22, 1985
Release Date

Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)

5.06
/ 10
16 User Ratings
1h 32m
Running Time

March 22, 1985
Release Date

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Paramount
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Plot.

Homicidal maniac Jason returns from the grave to cause more bloody mayhem. Young Tommy may have escaped from Crystal Lake, but he’s still haunted by the gruesome events that happened there. When gory murders start happening at the secluded halfway house for troubled teens where he now lives, it seems like his nightmarish nemesis, Jason, is back for more sadistic slaughters.

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Cast & Crew.

Nola Sharp

Nola Sharp

Wardrobe Assistant

George Neil

George Neil

Best Boy Electric

Steve Queen

Steve Queen

Best Boy Grip

Wayne Stroud

Wayne Stroud

Grip

David Donahoe

David Donahoe

Grip

David Amann

David Amann

Electrician

Barbara Way

Barbara Way

Electrician

Darrell Gardiner

Darrell Gardiner

Electrician

John Bateman

John Bateman

Driver

Ruth Harmon

Ruth Harmon

Driver

J.D. Orlebeck

J.D. Orlebeck

Driver

Wayne Binkley

Wayne Binkley

Driver

Rebecca Poulos

Rebecca Poulos

Driver

Chuck Merriam

Chuck Merriam

Driver

Graham Richardson

Graham Richardson

Driver

Gene Graham

Gene Graham

Driver

Ron Zimmerman

Ron Zimmerman

Production Assistant

Sheri Hooper

Sheri Hooper

Production Assistant

Thomas K. Hartigan

Thomas K. Hartigan

Special Effects

Frank 'Paco' Munoz

Frank 'Paco' Munoz

Special Effects

Mark A. Sparks

Mark A. Sparks

Special Effects

Tom Del Genio

Tom Del Genio

Special Effects

Victor D. Lupica

Victor D. Lupica

Special Effects

Duncan J. Simpson

Duncan J. Simpson

Special Effects

Earl C. Ellis Jr.

Earl C. Ellis Jr.

Special Effects Makeup Artist

David B. Miller

David B. Miller

Special Effects Makeup Artist

Anton Ruprecht

Anton Ruprecht

Special Effects Makeup Artist

Larry S. Carr

Larry S. Carr

Special Effects Makeup Artist

WM. Scott Strong

WM. Scott Strong

Special Effects Makeup Artist

David Nelson

David Nelson

Special Effects Makeup Artist

Gene Hartline

Gene Hartline

Stunts

Desiree Keins

Desiree Keins

Stunts

Details.

Release Date
March 22, 1985

Status
Released

Running Time
1h 32m

Content Rating
R

Budget
$2,200,000

Box Office
$21,930,418

Filming Locations
California, United States

Genres

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Wiki.

Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (also known as Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning) is a 1985 American slasher film directed by Danny Steinmann and starring Melanie Kinnaman, John Shepherd, and Shavar Ross. The film also features a cameo appearance from Corey Feldman, who portrayed Tommy Jarvis in the previous film. It is a sequel to Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) and the fifth installment in the Friday the 13th franchise. Set years after the events of the previous film, the story follows a teenage Tommy Jarvis (Shepherd), who is institutionalized at a halfway house near Crystal Lake because of nightmares of mass murderer Jason Voorhees, whom he killed as a child. Tommy must face his fears when a new hockey mask-wearing murderer initiates another violent killing spree in the area.

A New Beginning features a high number of on-screen murders. Aside from its gore and violence, the film has also become known for its explicit nudity, sex scenes, and numerous depictions of illicit drug use. Peter Bracke's book Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th details that behind the scenes, the production was plagued with hardcore drug use.

Shot in California in 1984 on a budget of $2.2 million, A New Beginning was released theatrically on March 22, 1985, and grossed $21.9 million at the U.S. box office. The film was initially going to set up a new trilogy of films with a different villain for the series but, after a disappointing reception from fans and a steep decline in box-office receipts from Friday the 13th Part III (1982) and The Final Chapter, Jason Voorhees was brought back for the next installment Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986) and has been the main antagonist in the series since. In addition to weak box office returns, the film received mostly negative reviews from critics.

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