Friday the 13th (1980) MOVIE REACTION!
The second entry in the long-running horror series focuses on a group of teenage would-be counselors converging on Camp Crystal Lake for training under the tutelage of head counselor Paul (John Furey). Inevitably, Paul relates the story of Jason Voorhees (Warrington Gillette), a boy who ostensibly drowned at the camp and whose mother murdered a group of counselors in revenge. No one takes the tale seriously until a very much alive Jason begins gruesomely eliminating people.
Release date: May 1, 1981 (USA)
Director: Steve Miner
Budget: $1.25 million
Music by: Harry Manfredini
Based on: Characters; by Victor Miller
Written by: Ron Kurz
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