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Jason X

New Line Cinema Presents
U.S. Release April 26, 2002    U.S. Gross $13,121,555
1 Hour 33 minutes

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About The Film
If you're looking for terror, here comes a perfect ten. In the year 2455, on a routine training mission, a team of students is about to learn a terrifying lesson. Through the years, Jason Voorhees has claimed over 200 victims. Now, the legendary killer from Crystal Lake is back, hurtling through space and hunting new prey. Jason X is a nerve-shredding thriller loaded with spectacular special effects, hi-tech weapons, and new ways to die.


A Storytelling Autopsy (A look at the storytelling mechanics of the film)
The long delay between JASON GOES TO HELL and the tenth chapter in the Jason Voorhees decathlon was by no means intentional.  When New Line procured the rights to the FRIDAY franchise, their whole intention was to bring FREDDY VS. JASON to fruition, a goal bedeviled by unworkable screenplays, waves of fan apathy and antagonism, and the evolution of New Line Cinema from its origin as an exploitation-based independent to a major force in motion picture distribution. This was no longer the company that produced the original NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET; the company was now more at home producing and marketing the LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy. Where would the ninth sequel..... READ MORE ->


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