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Jason X

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In the year 2455, Old Earth is now a contaminated planet abandoned for centuries--a brown world of violent storms, toxic landmasses and poisonous seas. Yet humans have returned to the deadly place that they once fled, not to live, but to research the ancient, rusting artifacts of the long-gone civilizations. But it's not the harmful environment that could prove fatal to the intrepid, young explorers who have just landed on Old Earth. For them, it's Friday the 13th, and Jason lives!

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Special Features

Audio Commentary: with Director Jim Isaac, Writer Todd Farmer and Producer Noel Cunningham DVD ROM Features: Script-to-Screen Original Website Hot Spot Documentaries: "The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees" "By Any Means Necessary: The Making of Jason X" Other: DTS Surround SoundAudio Commentary: with Director Jim Isaac, Writer Todd Farmer and Producer Noel Cunningham DVD ROM Features: Script-to-Screen Original Website Hot Spot Documentaries: "The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees" "By Any Means Necessary: The Making of Jason X" Other: DTS Surround SoundAudio Commentary: with Director Jim Isaac, Writer Todd Farmer and Producer Noel Cunningham DVD ROM Features: Script-to-Screen Original Website Hot Spot Documentaries: "The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees" "By Any Means Necessary: The Making of Jason X" Other: DTS Surround SoundAudio Commentary: with Director Jim Isaac, Writer Todd Farmer and Producer Noel Cunningham DVD ROM Features: Script-to-Screen Original Website Hot Spot Documentaries: "The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees" "By Any Means Necessary: The Making of Jason X" Other: DTS Surround SoundAudio Commentary: with Director Jim Isaac, Writer Todd Farmer and Producer Noel Cunningham DVD ROM Features: Script-to-Screen Original Website Hot Spot Documentaries: "The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees" "By Any Means Necessary: The Making of Jason X" Other: DTS Surround SoundAudio Commentary: with Director Jim Isaac, Writer Todd Farmer and Producer Noel Cunningham DVD ROM Features: Script-to-Screen Original Website Hot Spot Documentaries: "The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees" "By Any Means Necessary: The Making of Jason X" Other: DTS Surround SoundAudio Commentary: with Director Jim Isaac, Writer Todd Farmer and Producer Noel Cunningham DVD ROM Features: Script-to-Screen Original Website Hot Spot Documentaries: "The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees" "By Any Means Necessary: The Making of Jason X" Other: DTS Surround Sound

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  • Actors: Kane Hodder, Lexa Doig, Lisa Ryder, Chuck Campbell, Jonathan Potts
  • Directors: Jim Isaac
  • Writers: Todd Farmer
  • Producers: Sean S. Cunningham, Noel J. Cunningham
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (DTS 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 7, 2005
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (528 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006FI0R
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,565 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Quite simply, this is the most intelligent "slasher flick" since...well...probably ever. This tenth installment of the Friday the Thirteenth series culminates the best parts of the series and pokes fun at itself for the worst. The plot is as deep as necessary, but not insultingly shallow as horror movies typically are. The teens being stalked are not as mindless as the genre's predecessors, and the stuntman-turned-actor Kane Hodder shows where his cult following comes from as Jason.
For those looking for new, creative death scenes, Jason X certainly delivers, with not one scene change leaving you wondering how Jason killed the last victim.
The writing doesn't worry with such matters as "How is Jason back from Hell?" or other trivial thoughts...he's just here, and he's not very happy about it.
From the horror fans, to the "I only watch at Halloween" buyers, Jason X is certainly deserving of ownership, because let's be honest, we all take pleasure in horror movies at one time or another, and this movie is just fun. If it was worth looking up a review on, you have enough interest for this movie to all out entertain you; not to mention there are a healthy amount of bonus features actually worth watching, including a history of the character Jason, and a making of Jason X.
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It's been too long since a "Friday the 13th" film stalked the theatres, with this in mind, it gives me great pleasure to announce to all the hardcore Jason fans out there that "Jason X" is worth the wait. While this isn't the best entry in the long running classic series, this film serves up enough gore and violence to entertain horror fans for 95 minutes. Unfortunately, there's some bits sprinkled throughout this movie (and a few terrible characters too) featuring some truly stupid humor that does detract from the proceedings, but overall, there's enough to like about "Jason X" that should please all Friday fans out there, as well as people just looking for a fun, popcorn crunching way to enjoy an evening at the movies.
The film beings roughly around 2010 at the Crystal Lake Research Facility where Jason (Kane Hodder, returning to the role for the fourth time and giving what's probably his best turn as the killer) Voorhees has been caught and awaits cryo freeze under the supervision of Rowan (Lexa Doig). During one of the film's best sequences (with an amusing cemeo from director David Cronenberg), Jason is freed and several bloody deaths later, he's stalking sole survivor Rowan through the facility where she outsmarts the hulking madman and traps him in a cryo freeze chamber, only to be accidentally trapped herself.
It's here that the film jumps 400 years into the future, a group
of science students on a research field trip back to what is now referred to as "old earth" (an uninhabital place) discover both our hero and villian still frozen and well preserved.
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By A Customer on April 15, 2002
I've recently just seen a copy of Jason X. Before seeing the movie, I was absolutely pumped. I mean we haven't seen a new "Friday" movie in nearly 10 years so this was really exciting for me. So how was it?

Well I am happy to say that while it does have its flaws, Jason X doesn't disappoint.

The opening credits start off very creatively(for a Jason movie that is) where we get to see inside Jason's head and get to see his brain and all. Pretty neat stuff, cause I never would of expected it in this movie. After the opening credits we start off at some research place where we get our first glimpse of ole jason where he is all chained up on a harness.(how he got there is beyond me) Scientists are studying him to try to find out what he is all about. From there Jason gets loose and the first killings begin. After a few kills, Jason and a hot girl are cryogenically frozen together only to be unfrozen 100s of years later and then the real carnage begins!!

Well, I can tell you that for a relatively low budget movie this baby looks pretty good. The set designs and space ship all look top notch. You'll be surprised you aren't watching James Camerons Aliens or something-they're that good.

As for the acting, well this is a Friday the 13th movie. So you cant expect anything top notch. Its not awful, (actually its probably the best in a while) but its nothing special. The teens are basically just as dumb as ever and you'll know who's gonna be killed. All they think about is sex,sex, and more sex. There are some very hot chicks in this movie, most notably, the lead female. Kane Hodder on the other hand is in fine form here. He does Jason better than anyone, and he just has this role down perfect.
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Just saw Jason X in the unrated version in a world premiere in Cologne, Germany...and it`s awesome. This is the best part of the Friday the 13th series, believe me! The best thing is, how Jason looks this time, his costume( after he mutated) is very cool. The gore factor is very high, Jason kills as many people as never before( hopefully you`ll see the uncut version of this movie!!!). The film is indeed impressive in its use of special effects. In one scene, you even get to see a virtual reality, reproducing the old Camp Chrystal Lake. So, wait for Jason X...you won`t regret it!!!
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Absolutely, I second the request! There is a German release of Jason X combined with Jason Goes to Hell, but it has limited availability and an inflated price to further add insult to injury. Although some of the others titles in the Friday the 13th series are worth a watch, Jason X shines... Read More
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