Lunchtime Movie Review

Friday the 13th Part II (1981)

Episode #191

Paramount Pictures released Friday the 13th Part II on April 30, 1981. Steve Miner directed the film starring Betsy Palmer, Amy Steel, and John Furey.

‘Friday the 13th Part II’ Plot Summary

Two months after the horrific events of the first film, Alice Hardy, the only survivor of the Camp Crystal Lake murders is mysteriously murdered by an unknown killer. Five years later, Paul Holt opens a counselor training center at Packanack Lodge near the old Camp Crystal Lake. The new group of counselors ignore the urban legends of Jason Voorhees and the warnings from Crazy Ralph. Soon after, the counselors begin to disappear one by one again, and everyone begins to wonder, if Pamela Voorhees is truly dead, who has resumed the killing?

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Paramount Pictures released Friday the 13th Part II on April 30, 1981. Steve Miner directed the film starring Betsy Palmer, Amy Steel, and John Furey.

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