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Jason X (2002)

April. 26,2002
| Horror Science Fiction

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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This is the best film ever made. The best film ever made used to be Jason Takes Manhattan, but now Jason is in space, which is crazier than Manhattan, so now Jason X is the best film ever made. Jason Takes Manhattan will have to settle for second place. Sorry, Jason Takes Manhattan.


10/10 for my stick-ability, 1/10 for the movie. Poor acting, predictable lines, cheesy action. Music is a big part of making this movie as bad as it is. 450 years in the future, humans are still as inept to rid the universe of the slowest killer ever.


SPOILER: Uber Jason in outer space I don't mind the film and it is a guilty pleasure of mine. I saw this movie in the video store 11 years ago when I was in high school I saw the VHS cover of the film and I saw it on DVD. So finally I got this film on Blu-ray disc just finish it watching it today and I must say it is not a bad film I like it a lot. Like I said it is a guilty pleasure of mine. I know a lot of people hate this film I don't. I think is MILES way better then Jason Goes to Hell and Miles way better movie then Hellraiser: Bloodline that was in outer space this movie is just better.7.years ago when I become a fan of Supernatural I heard that Jared Padalecki will be in the reboot Friday the 13th movie I rushed to see this movie. I watch Friday the 13th the original, Friday the 13th Part 2, the (2009) reboot and this film Jason X and yes I like it.I thought this movie will copy Alien and Aliens but it didn't copy any of those films it was solid and it was original it had his own story. I didn't thought this movie was bad I thought it was an interesting story that had a good action and a good slasher kills.Lexa Doig was an alright as the final girl tough it was a science fiction film it was still good and I will still watching it. Lexa Doig was in The Tracker with Casper Van Dien and I liked that action film I haven't seen in a while.Jason Voorhees returns with a new look, a new machete, and his same murderous attitude as he is awakened on a spaceship in the 25th century.Lexa Doig worked in facility Crystal Lake in which they capture Jason Voorhees but he kills everyone and escapes but Rowan Lafontaine (Lexa Doig) freeze him and her self in 2008. The year is now 2455 and a new crew members on a ship unfroze those two only too realize they unfroze Jason Voorhees unstoppable killing machine. Now a new group of soldiers tries to defeat Jason who later becomes Uber Jason.Lisa Ryder was great, sexy and really hot as Kay-Em 14 I liked her, she really kicked Jason's ass and she shot him to death ha ha.So it is scary? No. Is it a good movie? No. Is it fun? VERY.I also forgot this movie is reference to Demolition Man (1993) my all time favorite futuristic action Stallone film. In which they were mention to Lexa Doig's character that she was in Cryo it references to Cryo-prison it is similar to Demolition Man.Jason X is a 2001 American science fiction slasher film produced and directed by James Isaac. It is the tenth installment in the Friday the 13th film series and stars Kane Hodder in his fourth and final film appearance as the undead mass murderer Jason Voorhees and his futuristic counterpart, Uber Jason.This movie get's a C+ 6/10 wasn't that bad of a film but wasn't a great Jason slasher film either, but still it is my all time favorite guilty pleasure of mine.I have enjoyed this movie and I had fun watching it. Honestly I have enjoyed this movie much more then I did Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan but that is just my opinion It is my favorite guilty pleasure of mine.

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I remember how a sketch from an early episode of "MADtv" featured Jason Voorhees IN SPACE! I wonder how the creators of that sketch felt when this movie was released. Okay, it wasn't exactly the same, as this movie takes place in the future. I remember looking up Leonard Maltin's movie guide and being amazed at the sheer number of slasher films that his book seemed to be cluttered up with! I think "Friday The 13th" has the most numbered sequels of anything in his book. It was weird looking up plots and finding out the villains died in the last movie. Every single one of them is back! It was bad enough that they lied to us with "Friday The 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter". Then they lied AGAIN with "Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday". It looks like this is still the last canonical appearance of Jason in this timeline, although they simply made a remake years later. It's weird how they attempted to make the formula different in the last couple of movies. It's a pity they were just as dumb as the originals, if not worse. Anyway, this film features Jason being frozen for hundreds of years and then terrorizing the people on a spaceship. It's weird to see how these supposedly genius scientists are every bit as stupid as the kids on Crystal Lake.They just get killed off over and over like the dumb teenagers hundreds of years ago. I guess you could argue Jason simply became more powerful, but still they should know better. I was amazed at how awful the CGI was in the training simulation. I guess that might have been intentional, seeing as how it was a simulation, but it still looked hideous. We even got to see these guys die twice. I'm glad I watched this on Friday the 13th even if it wasn't in the title. I saw it on the Syfy Channel and honestly, it fit right there with their cheesy movies. *1/2