Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (Part 1) – Terror Obscura

In the first half of his first 2-part episode, the Fear Fan takes a look at the follow up to his favorite Paramount-era Friday the 13th! Does lightning strike twice, or will the series sink to the bottom of Crystal Lake?

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well, since he did apologize before he was accidentally killed, Tina’s father probably wasn’t a bad person, there is a difference between actions and the people that commit them. though, there are bad people too.


I feel the need to point out that at the end of #6 we get a shot of Jason’s eye still open as he’s at the bottom of Crystal Lake. This indicates that he’s been alive down there the whole time, still waiting for someone or something to set him loose.

Just thought I’d point that out.


This was a great review! I love all your vids and I’m glad you’re back 🙂


So Happy to hear somebody address the poor line reading of “Great Asshole”. That has bugged me since this flick hit the theaters.

Man, am I glad to see a new video from you. Since the change to this site, good videos are very few and far between. It used to be, I’d come to this site daily and find at least three good videos to watch each day. Now, I’m lucky to see three good videos a WEEK. I have subscribed to your YouTube channel, along with Brad’s aka Cinema Snob and a couple others on this site, but with YouTube taking down your videos over copyright bullshit, I come here to make sure I see your videos. I hate to bash… Read more »

Also, those two companions you mentioned in the beginning are the couple of others I was referring to as the quality on this site. Nothing but love for Horror Guru and Count Jackula. I’ll definitely be going to Patreon and helping you all out.

Congratulations on your engagement and I’m looking forward to your new project.