Ok, to save time I'm just posting the synopsis from my previous Friday the 13th review. FRIDAY THE 13TH-1980 C: Betsy Palmer, Adrienne King, Harry Crosby, Peter Brouwer, Laurie Bartram, Jeannine Taylor, Kevin Bacon, Mark Nelson, Robbie Morgan D: Sean S. Cunningham W: Victor Miller M: Harry Manfredini Camp crystal Lake has had a rough history. Whether it’s the boy drowning in 1957 or the murder of two counselors shortly after, not a lot has been on Crystal Lake’s side. The locals have nicknamed the forsaken camp "Camp Blood", which does not help matters either. After nearly twenty years of terror and bad luck, not much hope is left for the summer camp. Steve Christy (Peter Brouwer) plans on changing that, he’s bought the camp grounds and is fixing the place up for a grand opening that summer. Steve has hired 7 counselors to help him do this. Despite constant warnings from the bumbling locals, the counselors seem very enthusiastic about their new summer job. Unfortunately for the camp, and very unfortunately for Steve and his counselors, there is someone who doesn’t want the camp opening back up, and they’ll see to it that it doesn’t, at all costs. On this night, this June, Friday 13th, each counselor is stalked and brutally murdered, one by one. Will they find out who this relentless attacker is before it’s too late or will they all fall victim to the crazed killer? Watch and find out. Now for what everybody wants to know, how much more gore is in it? Well, there are three scenes in particular that stood out. Spoiler Annie's death, Jack's death, and Mrs. Voorhees' death. Each were atleast a couple seconds longer. Other death scenes might have been longer as well but those were the three I noticed the most. Now for the picture quality. First of all I thought it was funny seeing the Warner Brothers logo go by before the movie started, just didn't feel right. Well, the film is presented in it's original 1.85:1 aspect ratio and is a pretty nice print. Not too much grain, little to no scratches, colors are vibrant, and blacks looked nice. Overall I think this is a great transfer. The sound is presented in Dolby Digital Mono, no big deal, the film sounds fine. It would've been nice to do a remix but I guess this will do, for now. It sounds nice, all voices are clear and the music sounds fine. As for the extras, we have the standard theatrical trailer. But I think what everybody's worried about is that new documentary. It was a very nice little feature. It had interviews with Sean S. Cunningham, Victor Miller, Harry Manfredini, Betsy Palmer, and Adrienne King, might've been one or two more, but those are the ones that stood out. The review was pretty informative, offering up things about the movie as well as other interesting facts. Spoiler Such as Adrienne King was being stalked for awhile by some loony, and that is why she left the acting business Overall a good documentary. When I first popped this dvd in my dvd player, it automatically had English subtitles on, which I don't really see a point to since the film is in English. I think the DVD was well worth the $20 I paid and I suggest all Friday the 13th fans to get their hands on this somehow. It's NTSC so all you have to do is just find a Region-free player.