Jason X (2001) Movie Review

Jason X (2001)

2001 | R | Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi
91 minutes /

User Score: 70/100

Synopsis:

Jason Voorhees returns with a new look, a new machete, and his same murderous attitude as he is awakened on a spaceship in the 25th century.

Jason X Review

New Line Cinema made up for the horrible Jason Goes To Hell with this campy horror story with sci-fi overtones. As the movie begins, it seems that a scientific research center has been built over Crystal Lake. The center’s main focus of research is, of course, Jason Vorhees. Jason soon escapes, only to be cryogenically frozen along with the head research scientist. Flash forward to the future when a class of history students on a field trip to Earth uncover Jason and the scientist. Before you know it, Jason is thawed out and murdering every teen and space marine he comes across aboard a spaceship bound for "Earth 2". The kill scenes are fresh and inventive, with Kane Hodder breathing new life into his portrayal of the masked psycho. Just when you think that Jason is down for good, her comes Uber-Jason, a cybernetically enhanced version of the slasher! You must see this movie.


About Jason X (2001)

Title: Jason X
Original Title: Friday the 13th Part 10, Friday the 13th Part 10: Jason X, Friday the 13th Part X, Friday the 13th Part X: Jason X
Year: 2001
Runtime: 91 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi
Reviewer:
Score: 2.5 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 3.5/5 stars from 10 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 10
MPAA Rating: R
Starring: Kane Hodder, Boyd Banks, Robert A. Silverman, Peter Mensah, Todd Farmer, David Cronenberg, Roman Podhora, Chuck Campbell, David Cook, Jeff Geddis, Philip Williams, Jonathan Potts, Kristi Angus, Yani Gellman, Lexa Doig, Amanda Brugel, Markus Parilo, Dov Tiefenbach, Melyssa Ade, James Isaac, Barna Moricz, Dylan Bierk, Melody Johnson, Derwin Jordan, Steve Lucescu, Thomas Seniuk, Kaye Penaflor, Lisa Ryder, Tania Maro, Mika Ward
Writers: Victor Miller, Todd Farmer
Director: James Isaac

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