Accidentally killing an elderly Chinese chef during a botched robbery, an oafish redneck teenager and her misfit friends begin dying one by one when the chef's ghost returns from the grave, killing them in gruesome fortune cookie-themed ways.
Teenager Pansy Cartwright lives in a small Southern town, and she hates it. Her only solace is fishing, but since her outboard motor died, she's been stuck on dry land. She has a plan, however, to get the cash to get back on the water: rob the local Chinese restaurant.
But when Pansy and her misfit pack of semi-friends break in, they discover the owner, Wi-Chang, infusing his fortune cookies with black Chinese magic to make them irresistible. Panicking, Pansy accidentally shoots Wi-Chang dead. The kids are shocked, but they still find the courage to grab the money and run.
Their illegal victory is short-lived, however, for in the days that follow, the teenagers begin dying in violent, brutal ways that eerily parallel the fortunes they obtained from cookies stolen on the night of the murder. All the evidence points to one inescapable conclusion...
...Wi-Chang has come back from the grave to exact his revenge.
As Pansy becomes more paranoid, and the local sheriff closes in on her, can she hang on to her ill-gotten gains... and her life?
Friday The 13th