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Jason X
Evil gets an upgrade.
( Action / Comedy / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller )


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MPAA Rating:
R
[strong horror violence‚ language and some sexuality]

US Runtime: 91 min

Country of Origin: United States of America

Premiere Date:
Nov 09, 2001   [Germany]
 
Director: James Isaac
 
Writers: Victor Miller   [characters]
Todd Farmer   [written by]
 
Producers: Noel Cunningham   [Producer]
Sean S. Cunningham   [Executive Producer]
Geoff Garrett   [Associate Producer]
James Isaac   [Producer]
Marilyn Stonehouse   [Associate Producer]
 
Music by Harry Manfredini
 
Cinematography: Derick V. Underschultz
 
Edited by: Whitney Brooke Wheeler
David Handman
Natalie Pope
 
Production Companys: Crystal Lake Entertainment   (US)
Crystal Lake Entertainment   (US)
Crystal Lake Entertainment Inc.
Friday X Productions
New Line Cinema
Sean S. Cunningham Films
Sean S. Cunningham Films
 


Cast:

Kane Hodder
Jason Voorhees/Uber-Jason
Lexa Doig
Rowan
Chuck Campbell
Tsunaron
Melyssa Ade
Janessa
Derwin Jordan
Waylander
Jonathan Potts
Professor Lowe
Dov Tiefenbach
Azrael
David Cronenberg
Dr. Wimmer
Boyd Banks
Fat Lou
Kristi Angus
Adrienne
Phillip Williams
Crutch
Yani Gellman
Stoney
Robert A. Silverman
Dieter Perez
 
Barna Moricz
Kicker (E-X Grunt)
Dylan Bierk
Briggs (E-X Grunt)
Todd Farmer
Dallas (E-X Grunt)
Thomas Seniuk
Sven (E-X Grunt)
Amanda Brugel
Geko (E-X Grunt)
Kaye Penaflor
VR Teen Girl #1
Tania Maro
VR Teen Girl #2
Roman Podhora
Rescue Pilot
Mika Ward
Campfire Teen #1
David Cook
Campfire Teen #2
Jeff Geddis
Pvt. Johnson (Soldier #1)
Markus Parilo
Sgt. Marcus
James Isaac
Doctor (uncredited)
 
 

Crew:

Colin Akoon
camera trainee
Jerry Andrews
director of photography: effects unit
Renée Bravener
costumer
Michael Carella
assistant camera
Nadine Dislioglu
post-production coordinator
 
Gayle Franklin
costume buyer
Richard Gaal
driver: set decoration
Dean Lorey
special thanks
Vair Macphee
production coordinator
Blake Washer
special thanks
 
 

Special Effects:

Global Effects Inc.
 
Toybox
digital film and visual effects
 
 

Filming Locations: (Now With Clickable Links To Location On Google Maps)

 

Tech Info:

Budget:
$11,000,000
Revenue:
$16,951,798
Color Info:
Color (DeLuxe)
Laboratory:
Deluxe
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1
Cinematographic Process:
HDTV - 1080p/24 / Super 35 - 3-perf
Film Negative Format:
35 mm - Kodak Vision 200T
Printed Film Format:
35 mm - Eastman Kodak
Film Length:
2561 m
Shooting Dates:
6 Mar 2000 - 30 Apr 2000

Plot Summary:

    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!

Quotes:

  • Crystal Lake Campers: We love pre-marital sex!
     
  • [Rowan meets Kay-Em 14, the crew's technodroid]
    Rowan: Oh, my God. She looks so real.
    Kay-Em 14: I AM real.
     
  • [Jason approaches Professor Lowe and reaches out for a machete sitting next to him]
    Professor Lowe: [scared] Oh, you want your machete!
    Professor Lowe: [laughs it off] S**t, it's yours! Take it! Just remember who got it back for ya...
    [Jason stares at him]
    Professor Lowe: [calling out] Guys, it's okay! He just wanted his machete back!
     
  • Rowan: I don't think he's out there...
    Janessa: Why don't you just stick your head out and have a peek?
     
  • Kay-Em 14: [to Jason] Afraid I'm gonna have to hurt you now.
     

Trivia:

  • The spaceship in the movie is called "Grendel", named after the villain in the famous narrative poem Beowulf. Grendel was a monstrous killer.
     
  • It had four different U.S. release dates before it was finally released.
     
  • Several of the characters in the film are named after screenwriter Todd Farmer's online friends in the PC game "EverQuest".
     
  • 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 character Janessa was originally named Jessica, after producer Sean S. Cunningham's sister.
     

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