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Jason X [Widescreen Platinum Series] [Import]


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Product Details

  • Actors: Kane Hodder, Lexa Doig, Jeff Geddis, David Cronenberg, Markus Parilo
  • Directors: James Isaac, Michelle Palmer
  • Writers: Todd Farmer, Victor Miller
  • Producers: James Isaac, Andrew Reznik, Geoff Garrett, Jeffrey Schwarz
  • Format: Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • Release Date: Oct. 8 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (221 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006FI0R

Product Description

Legendary Friday The 13th killer Jason Voorhees returns for the tenth time, this time stalking victims aboard a space ship in the year 2455. DON'T MISS OUT ON THE HALLOWEEN EVENT OF 2002! Trick or treat this year with Jason! Consumers will definitely demand this title for late-night scares or holiday-themed parties. JASON/FRIDAY THE 13TH SERIES IS A STRONG $228 MILLION COMBINED BOX-OFFICE FRANCHISE!* GORE SCORES! Horror Genre still scares up frightfully high business: Jeepers Creepers 324% Hannibal 274% Final Destination 273% Hollow Man 248% The Cell 247% LOW VHS FLAT PRICING @ $35.005. FIRST JASON/FRIDAY THE 13TH DVD WITH SIGNIFICANT ADDED VALUE! Fans of the series will buy the DVD for this alone. Paramount has only released 1-6 with a trailer as the only extra. Jason X will have two documentaries, a jump-to-a-death feature and other "tricks and treats" for fans to crave. FROM EXECUTIVE PRODUCER SEAN S.CUNNINGHAM, THE CREATOR OF THE CLASSIC ORIGINAL FRIDAY THE 13TH. *Internet Movie Database 4/12/02**Video Store Magazine 4/8/02

Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER on June 23 2006
Format: DVD
Boasting seven kills (including famed horrormeister David Cronenberg in a cameo appearance) in the first two and a half minutes and twenty-eight overall, Jason X delivers the goods to those of us who love nothing more than a good slasher film. While other mad serial killers, almost all of whom I like, worry about finding more innovative ways of inducing horrible death to those around them, killing only when they have a good dumb cliche to accompany the coup de grace, Jason prefers the good, old-fashioned, traditional methods of murder. Sure, he has been known to use some innovative implements of horrible death, but only because they happen to be handy. Jason's hands, even after being cryogenically frozen for four and a half centuries, still quiver for the feel of his trusty machete. Jason doesn't waste any time, either; he just kills people. Yep, with a total body count now exceeding 250, Jason Voorhees is an unstoppable killing machine that refuses to let such silly things as countless bullets, drowning, body-ripping explosions, head-obliterating kill shots, or anything else man can think of stand in the way of doing his job. Somewhere, even in the future, there are young people having sex, acting silly, or delivering sometimes awful dialogue in bad acting performances; adults are planning to sell him to the highest bidder in hopes of studying him like some lab animal; or Terminator-aspiring androids are making fools of themselves and just begging to be taken to his school of hard knocks; and Jason is there. He can't be stopped; he can't be reasoned with; he can't be bribed; he can be sidetracked, but nor for long; he is here to kill, without remorse, without any sign of emotion, and that is why some many of us love him so much.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Summer_Nights on Nov. 2 2008
Format: DVD
I'd like to point out that I love horror movies and I love cheesey sequels... That being said...

Jason X stinks... I mean STINKS. None of the Friday movies are very good, but this one takes the cake for the ultimate crapfest...

It's NOT even good for a laugh, as I mistakenly thought it would be when I bought it.

I paid $5 for this movie... And honestly I wouldn't even take it off someone's hands for free!

Here's hoping I can sell it to some poor soul for a dollar or two.
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I used to like this movie. I remember seeing Jason X in theaters 2 years ago and actually enjoying it (If you want, you can go check out a review I made 2 yrs ago for this movie. It is titled "He's back and better then ever"-4 stars, 29 July 2002). I liked Jason X so much that I bought it right away when it came on DVD. I thought this was pretty good. After all, it does have good kills, decent action, and certainly is not the worst in the series. However, now being 2 years, I have come to realize that this movie is not all that great. I used to think that the reason why this film had gotten so many bad reviews was because nobody ever gave it a chance. I thought if people just accepted the idea of Jason in space, they could like this movie. However, now I have realized that the reason why this movie was so negatively reviewed was not because people do not give it a chance, it is because it just simply a bad movie. What is up with this movie anyway, why was even made in the first place? It had nothing to do with the f13 series in anyway besides having the character Jason in it. It totally ignores the rest of the films, nor makes any reference to them at all. New Line was already having a good Jason movie in the works; Freddy vs. Jason (which is one AWESOME flick!!), so why make this wannabe Friday the 13th movie? Were they just trying to make money because I highly doubt that was case. This movie seriously had bombed at the box office, it also known to be one of the worst films of 2002. So New Line probably lost money for making this film. Were they just trying to get Jason back on the big screen? If that was so, they should have just waited one year more till they released Freddy vs. Jason.Read more ›
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I used to like this movie. I remember seeing Jason X in theaters 2 years ago and actually enjoying it (If you want, you can go check out a review I made 2 yrs ago for this movie. It is titled "He's back and better then ever"-4 stars, 29 July 2002). I liked Jason X so much that I bought it right away when it came on DVD. I thought this was pretty good. After all, it does have good kills, decent action, and certainly is not the worst in the series. However, now being 2 years, I have come to realize that this movie is not all that great. I used to think that the reason why this film had gotten so many bad reviews was because nobody ever gave it a chance. I thought if people just accepted the idea of Jason in space, they could like this movie. However, now I have realized that the reason why this movie was so negatively reviewed was not because people do not give it a chance, it is because it just simply a bad movie. What is up with this movie anyway, why was even made in the first place? It had nothing to do with the f13 series in anyway besides having the character Jason in it. It totally ignores the rest of the films, nor makes any reference to them at all. New Line was already having a good Jason movie in the works; Freddy vs. Jason (which is one AWESOME flick!!), so why make this wannabe Friday the 13th movie? Were they just trying to make money because I highly doubt that was case. This movie seriously had bombed at the box office, it also known to be one of the worst films of 2002. So New Line probably lost money for making this film. Were they just trying to get Jason back on the big screen? If that was so, they should have just waited one year more till they released Freddy vs. Jason.Read more ›
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