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Jason X [Widescreen Platinum Series] [Import]

3.3 out of 5 stars 222 customer reviews

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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 222 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00006FI0R
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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

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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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By many standards, even for the slasher film, Jason X sounds questionable. A part ten, of any series. Set in space(!) A long break from the previous films.
Yet, Jason X is easily one of the best Friday sequels, period. The movie is fun. The attitude is consistent, and it's contagious. The filmmakers were having fun, they're doing a movie for the fans, and everyone wins.
This is easily one of the best Friday DVDs; actually, it is the best, even better than the 2-disc Freddy vs. Jason. For one, there are two documentaries that go a long way toward framing the film as a fun exercise by series fans, for series fans.
For obvious reasons, the 'traditional' slasher film can no longer be made, having been done so many times with such minimal effort (including several Friday sequels), as well as spoofed and spiced up (the Scream films). A healthy dose of self-reflexivity and some other elements are needed to make the formula watchable. Jason X is also a kind of one-off in the series; since it's mostly set in the future, it hardly fudges the 'continuity' of the series, which is largely incoherent by now anyway. They've got free reign to do whatever and have a ball with it.
Hundreds of years in the future, high school students from Earth 2 come across the cryogenically frozen body of Jason Voorhees along with an injured female. Using 'nanotechnology' (the newest buzz technology for sci-fi and video games), they thaw them out and 'reconstitute' them. The female protagonist remembers she was overseeing the 'handing over' of Jason to military for experiments since it was impossible to execute him (a funny bit of dialogue).
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By Mac on June 3 2004
Format: DVD
There not much to say about Jason X, But I'll try to sum it up.It is the year 2455 and this crew brought Jason aboard with another passenger after being frozen for 4.55 centuries.The soundtrack is not that suspensful; ecspecially when they have the chase scences.I thought the space setting was kinda neat.I'll have to agree with The New York Times that it was alot like a sucky reamake of Alien.(SPOILERS)I did however enjoy the death scene when Jason shoved that girls face in the cold thing and he busted it on the counter.Most of the other death scenes weren't real memorable.I also liked when the spaceship projects Camp Crystal Lake and they try to trick Jason.I kinda liked the mask but I missed the regular one.Only see this one if your a fan of the series.The time is the near future. A team of government scientists working at the Crystal Lake Research Facility have finally captured the notorious and seemingly indestructible killer Jason Voorhees (Kane Hodder). In order to at least contain Jason, the plan is to freeze him in cryogenic suspension; but, as usual, things go horribly wrong and he breaks free to resume his murderous ways. The sole survivor of this latest rampage, Rowan (Lexa Doig), manages to lure Jason into the cryogenic chamber, but before she can complete the process and escape, she is mortally wounded and frozen in time along with Jason.Flash forward over four hundred years to 2455...The place is Old Earth, now a contaminated planet abandoned for centuries, a world of violent storms, toxic land masses and poisoned seas. Yet humans have returned to the deadly place they once fled - not to live, but to research the artifacts of the lost civilizations that caused this enormous environmental disaster.Read more ›
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