It doesn't bring much new to the table, but Friday the 13th is a criminally underrated remake. It's technically well made, the dialogue mostly well-written, and most of the actors give strong performances. It's far from perfect, but there are enough scares and gore to satisfy most audience members. The two things this movie has over previous entries are that Jason is not only able to outsmart his victims by setting out bear traps among other things, but he also runs. He doesn't just walk a little faster than usual, he actually runs. As a whole, this film succeeds in delivering more of the same, with some great kills, including one of the most horrifying when Jason traps one girl in her sleeping bag, hangs her upside down above the fire, and lets her roast alive. Overall, it may be more of the same for the most part, but it's still good and it's still plenty scary.