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Jason X -- 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.


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Writers (WGA):
Victor Miller (characters)
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Release Date:
26 April 2002 (USA) See more »
This Halloween, meet the perfect 10 in terror! See more »
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. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Kane Hodder ... Jason Voorhees / Uber-Jason

Jeff Geddis ... Johnson (Soldier #1)

Lexa Doig ... Rowan

David Cronenberg ... Dr. Wimmer

Markus Parilo ... Sgt. Marcus (as Marcus Parilo)

Jonathan Potts ... Professor Lowe

Lisa Ryder ... Kay-Em 14

Dov Tiefenbach ... Azrael

Chuck Campbell ... Tsunaron
Melyssa Ade ... Janessa

Boyd Banks ... Fat Lou

Barna Moricz ... Kicker

Dylan Bierk ... Briggs

Todd Farmer ... Dallas

Peter Mensah ... Sgt. Brodski
Philip Williams ... Crutch

Melody Johnson ... Kinsa
Kristi Angus ... Adrienne
Derwin Jordan ... Waylander

Yani Gellman ... Stoney
Robert A. Silverman ... Dieter Perez

Steve Lucescu ... Condor
Thomas Seniuk ... Sven

Amanda Brugel ... Geko
Roman Podhora ... Rescue pilot
Kaye Penaflor ... VR Teen Girl #1
Tania Maro ... VR Teen Girl #2
Mika Ward ... Campfire Teen #1
David Cook ... Campfire Teen #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James Isaac ... Doctor (uncredited)

Directed by
James Isaac  (as Jim Isaac)
Writing credits
Victor Miller (characters)

Todd Farmer (written by)

Produced by
Noel Cunningham .... producer
Sean S. Cunningham .... executive producer
Geoff Garrett .... assistant producer
Debbie Hayn-Cass .... production executive
James Isaac .... co-producer
James Isaac .... executive producer
Marilyn Stonehouse .... associate producer
Original Music by
Harry Manfredini 
Cinematography by
Derick V. Underschultz (director of photography) (as Derick Underschultz)
Film Editing by
David Handman 
Casting by
Robin D. Cook  (as Robin Cook)
Production Design by
John Dondertman 
Art Direction by
James Oswald 
Set Decoration by
Clive Thomasson 
Costume Design by
Maxyne Baker 
Makeup Department
Damon Bishop .... makeup lab technician
Mark DeLuca .... makeup lab technician
Stephan Dupuis .... special makeup effects artist
Paul R.J. Elliot .... hair stylist (as Paul Elliot)
Kyle Glencross .... makeup lab technician
Frances James .... makeup lab technician
Irene Kent .... makeup artist
Allison Mondesir .... assistant hair stylist
Christopher Pizzarelli .... assistant makeup artist (as Chris Pizzarelli)
Mike Pyette .... makeup fabricator
Sean Sansom .... makeup lab technician
David Scott .... makeup lab technician
Adrian Stansfield .... makeup lab technician
Nancy E. Warren .... makeup lab technician (as Nancy Warren)
Production Management
Marilyn Stonehouse .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bryn Caron .... assistant director
Penny Charter .... assistant director
Jennifer Côté .... trainee assistant director
Walter Gasparovic .... first assistant director
Art Department
Greg Beale .... assistant art director
Gordon Brown .... head painter
William Cheng .... set designer
Joe Curtin .... construction coordinator
David DeMarinis .... leadman
Jason Edward .... textures
Nick Fischer .... set dresser
Jacqui Hemingway .... scenic artist
David Hirschfield .... set designer
Paul Jefferson .... assistant head carpenter
Norman Kelner .... stand-by painter (as Norm Kelner)
Denis Kirkham .... set dresser
Gary Klinstuber .... second rigger
Marc Kuitenbrouwer .... head carpenter
Elis Lam .... set designer
David Lylloff .... set dresser
Ron Mason .... concept artist
Jeff Mawle .... assistant property master (as Jeff 'Darth' Mawle)
Brenda McClennin .... props buyer
Neil Morfitt .... first assistant art director
Melissa Morgan .... key scenic artist
Greg Pelchat .... on-set dresser
Chris Pellegrini .... property master
Barton Rendulic .... illustrator
Wendy Robbins .... third assistant art director
Mila Rolicz .... assistant head painter
Bob 'Smitty' Smith .... standby carpenter (as Robert 'Smitty' Smith)
Geoffrey Smith .... props buyer
Robert S. Smith .... on-set carpenter
Richard M. Snider .... key greens
Nicholas White .... storyboard artist (as Nick White)
Sam Mujkanovic .... metal shop second (uncredited)
Alex Tellnow .... metal shop key (uncredited)
Rob Valeriote .... carpenter (uncredited)
Sound Department
Steve Baine .... foley artist (as Steven J. Baine)
Michael Baskerville .... adr mixer
Michael Baskerville .... re-recording mixer
Mark Beck .... sound effects editor
John Bracco .... foley recordist
Bruce Carwardine .... production sound mixer
Ray Cook .... optical soundtrack
Gina Gyles .... assistant foley artist
John 'Wheels' Hurlbut .... adr recordist (as John Hurlbut)
Jonas Kuhnemann .... dialogue editor
Scot Marshall .... assistant sound editor
Danielle McBride .... adr editor
Roger Morris .... adr mixer
Laurie Regan .... assistant sound editor
Moshe Saadon .... second boom operator
Dan Sexton .... sound effects editor (as J. Daniel Sexton)
Jamie Sulek .... re-recording mixer
Ben Swarbrick .... adr recordist
Holger M. Thiele .... sound mastering engineer: re-mix & master: credited on new digital master
Jim Thompson .... second boom operator (as James Thompson)
Markus Wade .... boom operator
Wally Weaver .... sound supervisor
Special Effects by
Jason Board .... rigging key
Chris Bridges .... key animatronic effects
Stephan Dupuis .... makeup effects supervisor
Kelly Groh .... special effects production assistant
Bob Hall .... effects supervisor
David Allen Hill .... effects technician
Harriet Isaac .... special effects accountant
Warren Keillor .... special effects prop builder
Walter Klassen .... special effects wardrobe
Gary Kleinsteuber .... special effects technician
Arthur Langevin .... pyrotechnic supervisor
Rocco Larizza .... effects technician
Brad Larkin .... effects technician
Jim McGillivary .... physical effects key
Jim Reischl .... special effects technician
Troy Rundle .... special effects technician
Peter Sissakis .... special effects technician
Benjamin Tucker .... special effects office manager
Mark Wotton .... special miniature effects
Michael Yerex .... special effects purchaser (as Mike Yerex)
David Loveday .... model builder (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Dennis Berardi .... visual effects supervisor: Toybox
Kristy Blackwell .... digital artist
Alex Boothby .... lead compositor
Jeff Bruneel .... visual effects editor
Jeff Campbell .... digital effects artist: Toybox
Shawney Cohen .... digital effects artist (as Sean Cohen)
Drake Conrad .... digital film technician
Paul Cormack .... digital compositor
Jon Cowley .... digital artist
Colin Cunningham .... lead 3D animator: Camp Crystal lake sequence, Toybox
Jason Edward .... modeler
Andrew Forsyth .... tape operator
Peter Gallo .... tape operator
Paul C. George .... animator: Toybox (as Paul George)
Marc Giroux .... tape operator
Shane Glading .... digital artist
Mark Goldberg .... digital compositor
Mishka Gorodnitzky .... visual effects designer
Adrian Graham .... 3D technical director: Toybox
Rob Gyorgy .... supervising compositor
Scott Hamilton .... visual effects coordinator
Michael Hatton .... visual effects compositor: Toybox
Will Hearn .... HD linear editorial: Toybox
Gudrun Heinze .... digital compositor
Elizabeth Holmes .... digital compositor
Tania Janthur .... visual effects department coordinator
Khi-Hyun Kim .... particle effects (as Khi Hyun Kim)
Marjorie Knight .... digital compositor (as Marj Knight)
Wendy Lanning .... visual effects project manager: Toybox
Steve Lederman .... 3-D match movers
Kelly Lepkowsky .... visual effects supervisor
Tim Lidstone .... miniature special effects key
Zachary V. Lowe .... computer animator (as Zachary Lowe)
Chad Malbon .... digital film coordinator
Ron Mason .... visual consultant
Rob Melvin .... tape operator
Lon Molnar .... 3D animator: ToyBox
Eric Myles .... digital film technician
Brian Reid .... HD non linear: Toybox
Ammon Riley .... 3-D match movers
Andy Robinson .... digital artist: Toybox
Steve Robinson .... visual effects editor
Troy Rundle .... miniature effects
Michael Schwab .... digital matte artist (as Mike Schwab)
David Singer .... digital artist
Jason Snea .... digital compositor
Sandra Sokoloff .... tape operator
Mark Soliven .... tape operator
Klaus Steden .... visual effects systems integrator: Toybox
Mark Stepanek .... digital artist
Alexander L. Stephan .... lead animator (as Alex Stephan)
Andrea Stewart .... art director: Toybox
Kyle Stewart .... assistant art director: Toybox
Andy Sykes .... visual effects producer
Mark Thomas-Stubbs .... digital compositor: Toybox
Michael Van Houten .... systems administrator: Toybox
Bill Varley .... chief engineer: Toybox
Fiona Campbell Westgate .... visual effects producer: open title sequence (as Fiona Campbell)
Ron Wisman Jr. .... visual effects editor
Emma McCleave .... visual effects intern (uncredited)
Tony Willis .... effects cameraman (uncredited)
Eric Bryson .... stunts
Chad Camilleri .... stunts (as Chad Camileri)
Brian Jagersky .... stunts
Steve Lucescu .... stunt coordinator
Walter Masko .... stunt double: Johnson
Jessica Meyer .... stunt double: Janessa
Charlie Picerni .... stunts
Edward A. Queffelec .... stunt double
Robert Racki .... stunts
Alison Reid .... stunt double: Azrael (as Allison Reid)
Kevin Rushton .... stunt double
Kevin Ruston .... stunt double: Dallax
Dave Stevenson .... stunt double: Brodski
David Stevenson .... stunt double: Brodski
David Stevenson .... stunts
John Stoneham Jr. .... stunts
Jamie Taylor .... stunts
Bryan Thomas .... stunts
Jennifer Vey .... stunts
Wayne Wells .... stunt performer
Wayne Wells .... stunt rigger
Camera and Electrical Department
Colin Akoon .... camera trainee
Jerry Andrews .... director of photography: effects unit
Nick Bacon .... dolly grip
Rod Benjamin .... key grip
Jerry Boras .... best boy: second unit
Michael Carella .... first assistant camera (as Mike Carella)
Roy Elliston .... key grip: second unit
David Fisher .... gaffer (as Dave Fisher)
Ava Gerlitz .... still photographer
Philip A. Giglio .... electrician (as Philip Giglio)
Brian Gray .... dimmer operator
Tony Guerin .... camera operator
Reg Jones .... electrician
Mark Lewandowski .... video assist
Shawn Maher .... camera operator
Shawn Maher .... first assistant camera: second unit
David Owen .... gaffer: second unit
Derek Parkes .... grip: second unit
Craig Perrin .... first assistant camera: effects unit
Scottie Philips .... best boy electric (as Scotti Phillips)
Matthew Pill .... grip (as Mathew Pill)
Michael Purdon .... second assistant camera
Chris Stoyan .... second assistant camera: second unit
Paul Sweeney .... grip
Robert Vigus .... best boy grip
Hugh Young .... generator operator
Animation Department
Brian Anderson .... animator
Mark Davies .... texture support
Scott Elliot .... animator
Jim Rutherford .... supervising animator
Casting Department
Andrea Kool .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Vashti Arthur .... seamstress
Maria Belperico .... seamstress
Carole Costello .... key set costumer
Angela Elter .... chief costume cutter
Jane Flanders .... wardrobe assistant
Renee Fontana .... costumer (as Renee Bravener)
Gayle Franklin .... costume buyer
Lindsay Jacobs .... assistant costume designer
Vera Laurence .... costume breakdown
Janice Skinner .... seamstress
Editorial Department
Kenny Becker .... color timer
Walt Biljan .... final color timer (as Walter Biljan)
Nadine Dislioglu .... production assistant
Pietro Gallo .... on-line editor
Clement Lush .... assistant colorist
Marc Pollon .... first assistant editor: Los Angeles
Ron Wiseman Jr. .... first assistant editor: Toronto
Location Management
Christopher Dunn .... assistant location manager
Music Department
Jerry Lambert .... music mixer
Jerry Lambert .... music recordist
Harry Manfredini .... orchestrator
Greg Robertson .... music editor (temp score)
Hans Zimmer .... musician: guitar
Transportation Department
Barry Barber .... special effects driver
Mike Doyle .... driver
Richard Gaal .... driver: set decoration
Joe Hall .... transportation captain
Jazz Helie .... transportation coordinator
Hugh McCallum .... driver
John Muir .... driver
Brian O'Hara .... driver
Jeff Peebles .... driver
Garry Phaneuf .... head driver (as Gary Phaneuf)
Other crew
Brian Barlow .... production assistant
Otis Barlow .... production assistant
John 'Frenchie' Berger .... gun wrangler
Laurel Bresnahan .... education liaison
Jeff Brush .... craft service assistant
Ian Campbell .... stand-in
Patti Davidson .... stand-in
Joni Dick .... unit coordinator: second unit
Kenn Elliott .... dailies transfer
William Engel .... medic
Marilyn Jang .... first assistant accountant
Alex Kontsalakis .... payroll accountant
Jessica Luk .... dailies transfer
Vair Macphee .... production coordinator
Rafal Mickiewicz .... stand-in
Kimberlee Morley .... assistant production coordinator
Melissa Murren .... assistant: Mr. S. Cunningham
Zoe Nickerson .... assistant: Mr. Isaac
David Pond-Smith .... unit publicist
Shannon Ruley .... craft service assistant
Daniela Saioni .... script supervisor
Sandra Tucker .... prep coordinator
Brian Turley .... production accountant
Emily Wynn Turner .... accounting assistant (as Emily Turner)
Nick Veziris .... gun wrangler
Greg Williams .... playback technician
Kris Wood .... playback technician
Robert Wyman .... production attorney (as Robert Wyman Esq.)
Ronald C. Briggs Jr. .... inventory services (uncredited)
Mark Haslett .... development staff (uncredited)
Adam Cranner .... thanks
Dean Lorey .... special thanks
Blake Washer .... special thanks

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Rated R for strong horror violence, language and some sexuality
91 min | Germany:85 min (TV version)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:16 | Argentina:18 (cable rating) | Australia:MA15+ | Brazil:16 | Canada:18A (Alberta/British Columbia) | Canada:R (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Canada:18+ (TV rating) | Finland:K-18 | France:12 | Germany:BPjM Restricted | Germany:18 (JK/SPIO) | Hong Kong:IIB | Iceland:16 | Ireland:18 | Italy:T | Italy:VM14 (DVD rating) | Japan:PG-12 | Malaysia:18SG | Mexico:C | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:R16 | Norway:15 | Peru:14 | Philippines:R-18 | Portugal:M/16 | Singapore:PG (original rating) (cut) | Singapore:M18 (re-rating) | South Korea:18 | Spain:18 | Sweden:15 | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #37856) | USA:NC-17 (original rating)
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Did You Know?

(at around 38 mins) In the scene where Dallas is smashed against the wall by Jason, the stuntman who did this actually broke his nose.See more »
Revealing mistakes: (at around 22 mins) When all of Rowan's clothes are removed from her frozen body, the outline of a strapless bra can be seen under the metal blanket. It is also seen later when she sits up and the metal blanket slips a little bit.See more »
[first lines]
Pvt. Johnson:[to Jason] Why don't you stare at this for a while, you ugly bastard?
[covers Jason with a rag]
See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Dylan vs. Jason (2017)See more »
X Is the Loneliest NumberSee more »


Who captured Jason at the beginning of the film?
How much sex, violence, and profanity are in this movie?
Why doesn't Jason's hand freeze when he dunks Adrienne's head in the liquid nitrogen?
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15 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
Fun, entertaining and highly enjoyable, 23 August 2012
Author: GL84 from Los Angeles, Ca

Retrieving a relic of Jason Voorhees frozen in time, a group of students studying in the future find themselves stalked through their space-station home by the reawakened killer and must use the technology of the time to stop him.

This was an absolutely fantastic entry which was one of the more enjoyable and exciting entries in the series. The best part of this is the extremely high-impact action scenes, which generate the best times here, starting with the opening attack on the guards in the facility in rather fun fashion before the big chase that gets him frozen with her, while the retrieval and stowing him on-board gives this one some really good times along with the initial rampage through the ship resulting in a lot of cheesy goodness to come from having these scenes set in the futuristic landscape. The initial resurrection on the heating bed alongside the oblivious worker while the screwing couple signaling the true rebirth which spawns a brilliant, original death scene with the infamous face first into ice, then shattered on a counter-top along with the two soldiers playing a virtual reality game and don't know Jason isn't part of the game, then they allow Jason to kill them quite easily. The action is non-stop, and there are many impressive scenes with this one, as the inclusion of the soldiers allows for some incredibly fun times with a spectacular stalking scene in a cargo-bay that generates some fine deaths and great suspense as Jason uses a ton of creativity to his kills which allows the great shoot-outs with the soldiers as well to generate even more good times with this one. There are more, from the battle in the engineer's room to the numerous stalking in the lab where it gets some fun action and classic stalking scenes involved in here as well as getting the action requirements out very nicely. The gunfight in the corridor getting the cyborg into the proceedings on Jason is a standout, and Jason's continual sit-ups after being hit by the shotgun really makes the scene impressive. Also, the humor is here with a bit of subtle comedy here and there and a total tongue-in-cheek attitude, not just from the jokes but the goofy tone here with the look of Jason and Uber-Jason and his dealings throughout here. As well, the shift to outer space was a refreshing change of pace and a source of much needed originality here with all these changes giving this a rather unique change in appearance that suits the film's more Sci-Fi leanings perfectly. Coupled with a Jason that is absolutely menacing and scary and looks like he's having too much fun in the role and a few nice odes to the others in the series, there's not a lot wrong here. The biggest issue here comes from the apparent lack of logic here, most of which comes from the behavior of the characters. It's really hard to believe that Jason is fooled by a holographic representation of Crystal Lake that's not even a full-on trick with the edges exposed, yet he still takes time to destroy holographs of two women who look like they belonged in the first movie and allow the good guys to escape, which is the biggest example here. The plot line involving the idiotic professor who only wants to profit from Jason and his continuous assurance that Jason will get taken care of is quite lame, as well as the finale of Jason gets ridden like a surfboard as he's falling back to Earth. However, here the action tends to hide a lot of these issues and it's really not all that noticeable when they occur. All in all, it really only comes down to personal tolerance of the cheese to find any flaws here, since it's a lot of fun regardless.

Rated R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language, Brief Nudity, and a short sex scene.

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