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Finally captured in the year 2008, Jason Voorhees (Kane Hodder) is held inside a government research facility whose scientists try to answer the question that keeps eluding them - why one of the most infamous mass murderers in history cannot die. Once Rowan (Lexa Doig), leader of the research project, prepares the specimen for cryogenic suspension, a greedy scientist goes over her head and comes to remove Jason, only to have the mad slasher break free and slaughter him and his entire entourage. Tricking Jason into following her, Rowan eludes him into entering the cryogenic freezer and begins the process, but a breach in the system causes her to freeze with him. The government tries to deny any evidence of the project, and nearly four centuries pass, during which the Earth gradually becomes less and less habitable and humans have relocated to a planet in another star system that they've named Earth II. A team of young students descends onto the ruined Earth, where they find the frozen bodies of Jason and Rowan in the forgotten research facility and take back on board their ship with them. Rowan is thawed and revived, but the team mistakes Jason to be dead, having no idea of his abilities or motives. Before long, Jason awakens to the sound of young people having premarital sex once again, and the carnage erupts once again as the ship proceeds to Earth II. The remaining survivors fight for their lives as the centuries-old mad slasher proves that he is just as evil and just as indestructible during their time as he was centuries before.
Evil Gets An Upgrade
Also Known As:
Friday the 13th Part 10
Jason 2000: Friday the 13th Part X
Jason X: Friday the 13th Part 10
Title: Jason X
Release Date: April 26, 2002
Runtime: 93 mins
All Genres: Horror, Sci-Fi
Sound: Dolby Digital
IMDB Rating: 4.4
Buried.com Rating: 5.5 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With J
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for strong horror violence, language and some sexuality.
Kane Hodder ...Jason Voorhees / Uber-Jason
Lexa Doig ...Rowan
Chuck Campbell ...Tsunaron
Lisa Ryder ...Kay-Em 14
Peter Mensah ...Sgt. Brodski
Melyssa Ade ...Janessa
Derwin Jordan ...Waylander
Jonathan Potts ...Prof. Lowe
Dov Tiefenbach ...Azrael
David Cronenberg ...Dr. Wimmer
Boyd Banks ...Fat Lou
Melody Johnson ...Kinsa
Kristi Angus ...Adrienne
Phillip Williams ...Crutch
yani Gellman ...Stoney
Robert A. Silverman ...Dieter Perez
Barna Moricz ...Kicker (E-X Grunt)
Dylan Bierk ...Briggs (E-X Grunt)
Todd Farmer ...Dallas (E-X Grunt)
Steve Lucescu ...Condor (E-X Grunt)
Thomas Seniuk ...Sven (E-X Grunt)
Amanda Brugel ...Geko (E-X Grunt)
Kaye Penaflor ...VR teen girl #1
Tania Maro ...VR teen girl #2
Roman Podhora ...Rescue pilot
Mika Ward ...Campfire teen #1
David Cook ...Campfire teen #2
Jeff Geddis ...Pvt. Johnson (soldier #1)
Markus Parilo ...Sgt. Marcus (as Marcus Parilo)
James Isaac ...Doctor
Sean S. Cunningham
Jason X Horror Film Trailer 1
"X Is the Loneliest Number"
More Movie Taglines:
- Evil Gets An Upgrade
- Welcome to the Future of Horror.
- Welcome to the Future of Horror. He's been drowned, chainsawed, knifed, axed, hammered, shocked, burned, spiked, nailed, shot and frozen. Now he's back for more.
- Kay-Em 14: [to Jason] Afraid I'm gonna have to hurt you now.
[Kay-Em 14's head has been separated from her body] Kay-Em 14: I'd clap if I could.
[Rowan meets Kay-Em 14, the crew's technodroid] Rowan: Oh, my God. She looks so real. Kay-Em 14: I AM real.
Brodski: It's gonna take more than a poke in the ribs to put down this old dog. [Jason stabs him through the chest again] Brodski: Yeah, that oughta do it.
Rowan: I don't think he's out there... Janessa: Why don't you just stick your head out and have a peek?
- The space debris floating in space has "Cunningham Reality" written on the side. This is a reference to the name of producer Noel Cunningham, the son of executive producer and maker of the original Friday the 13th (1980/I), Sean S. Cunningham.
Screenwriter Todd Farmer based much of the film on Alien (1979), even naming one of the characters (whom he also played) Dallas, after Tom Skerritt's character in the Ridley Scott film.
Several of the characters in the film are named after screenwriter Todd Farmer's online friends in the PC game EverQuest (1999) (VG).
It had four different U.S. release dates before it was finally released.
The name "Tiamat" comes from Babylonian mythology. She is a dragon/goddess of the sea, who was slain by the god Marduk who then formed the land from her carcass.
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