The Friday the 13th Franchise can be best described as one idea, "It's a horror movie." As such, it should be a crime to take the movie too seriously. These movies are best watched as a source of mindless, slashing entertainment and not as some deep and complex story with hidden morals. So, if you're into a story that is filled with speculation and underlying themes, then this series may not be for you. In the 7th installment of the series, it should be wise for the filmmakers to come up with new ideas to keep the film fresh, so why not have our favorite slasher villain, Jason Voorhees, fight someone with telekinesis? This concept brings a fresh take on the series as it introduces more supernatural elements. While the previous film resurrected Jason from the grave, that was only the beginning for this new trend that the franchise introduced. The series has had many ups and downs throughout the years, which each film scoring differently with audiences and critics alike. Albeit this film is far from the worst in the franchise, it truly has one of the blandest and unoriginal endings of the series that feels like the film falls flat at the end. Despite its flaws, it's still just a horror movie that should only be watched when you just want some entertainment to pass the time.