Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning
Release: March 22, 1985
Release: March 22, 1985

After a few years in the Unger Institute for Mental Health Tommy Jarvis is deemed fit to be a part of an experimental social project for mentally ill teens. It is a camp where their freedoms are more open and they are trained to re enter society by partaking in a family setting. But Tommy is still severely haunted by the images of Jason Voorhees and he often finds himself frantically turning to his pills to save him. Suddenly the images give way to actual murders and Tommy must confront an all to familiar man in a freaky hockey mask in a fight for survival. Directed by Danny Steinmann.

Cal: "Morning, Ethel. My, don't you look lovely today."
Ethel: "Now, Sheriff, you better hear me and hear me good. I want this loony bin closed down. You hear me, fella? Now these kids ain't nothing but trouble. They don't respect others' property, and they're all crazy!"
Junior: "You tell 'em, Ma! Ha-ha!"
Cal: "Ethel, these kids weren't doing..."
Ethel: "Doing? Doing?! You think I don't know what those two perverts were doing in my yard?"
Junior: "Say it like you mean it, Ma!"
Ethel: "Would you shut up?! (The kids laugh for a minute) Now, I'm going to tell all of you. You mark my words, the next little pervert that comes near my farm, I'm gonna blow your brains out. You hear me?!"
Tucker: "(approaching) Now, Ethel..."
Ethel: "Don't you come near me, Sheriff, I warn you! I got a bomb on me. I swear to ya. You make one more toward me, I'm gonna blow us all up. Start the engines, Junior! (gets on motorbike) That's it. My final words. (Ethel and Junior drive off)"
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