Jason X [Widescreen Platinum Series] [Import]
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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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Jason terrorizing a space ship is brilliant. Loved every minute of this movie especially when the computer modifies Jason into a super machine.
It's race against time to stop Jason.
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).Read more ›
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Jason X was... well... just ok. I'm a collector, it's my problem, I could not resist to buy it ever if I did not really wanted to see it again.Published 20 months ago by Gabriel
The DVD that been send to me doesn't work there is nothing on it. I tried it on two different machine!Published 23 months ago by francis daudelin
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. Read more
This movie is really really cool. It was a good twist to put Jason in space. I dont care if people say it is dumb after so many parts who ever didnt like it shouldn't have bother... Read morePublished on July 13 2004
this 1 surpriced me. when i first saw the trailer i was like
"jason in space? what the f**k r they thinking" but i saw it and now i own it. it truned out great. Read more
This is the worst friday 13th chapter of all time.Very bad movie I can say thats thrashPublished on June 29 2004 by Gggg
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