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Yet another group of naive counselors at Camp Crystal Lake fall victim to the maniacal Jason. The 3-D effects actually helped lessen the gory effects, but this is still awful. Followed by more disgusting sequels.

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Available on Running time 96 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
3-D Flicks, Summer Camp, Eyeballs!, Slasher Flicks, Woofs!
Screenplay
Martin Kitrosser, Carol Watson
Cast
Dana Kimmell, Paul Kratka, Richard Brooker, Catherine Parks, Jeffrey Rogers, Tracie Savage, Larry Zerner
Cinematography
Gerald Feil
Director
Steve Miner
Producer
Jason Productions

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Friday the 13th, Part 3
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Stacey

Friday the 13th, Part 3 released in 1982, with a runtime of 96 minutes. The film was also made in 3-D. The movie is pretty gory and bloody. Jason is back yet once again to Camp Crystal Lake for revenge! Now it’s a new set of friends partying near Camp Crystal. They better watch out, for now Jason is back better than ever and he even has a new hockey mask. Will the friends be able to escape Jason or will Jason get revenge once again?