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Color Info: Color (DeLuxe) Cinematographic Process: HDTV - 1080p/24 / Super 35 - 3-perf Laboratory: Deluxe
Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1 Film Negative Format: 35 mm - Kodak Vision 200T Printed Film Format: 35 mm - Eastman Kodak Film Length: 2561 m
Rowan: I don't think he's out there...
Janessa: Why don't you just stick your head out and have a peek?
[Rowan meets Kay-Em 14, the crew's technodroid]
Rowan: Oh, my God. She looks so real.
Kay-Em 14: I AM real.
[Kay-Em 14's head has been separated from her body]
Kay-Em 14: I'd clap if I had hands!
Crystal Lake Campers: We love pre-marital sex!
Brodski: It's gonna take more than a little poke in the ribs to put this old dog down.
[Jason stabs him through the chest again]
Brodski: OK, that ought to do it.
Screewnwriter Todd Farmer based much of Jason X on Alien, even naming one of the characters (who he would incidentally play) Dallas, after Tom Skerritt's character in the Ridley Scott film.
The spaceship in the movie is called "Grendel", named after the villain in the famous narrative poem Beowulf. Grendel was a monstrous killer.
The character Janessa was originally named Jessica, after producer Sean S. Cunningham's sister.
Several of the characters in the film are named after screenwriter Todd Farmer's online friends in the PC game "EverQuest".
In the Television series Andromeda, Lexa Doig plays, among other roles, a robot and Lisa Ryder a human. In Jason X, their roles are reversed.
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