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By Any Means Necessary: The Making of 'Jason X' (2002)

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A behind-the-scenes look at the tenth installment of the adventures of Jason Voorhees and his murderous rampages. Includes interviews with the cast and crew and takes a look at some of the ... See full summary »

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A behind-the-scenes look at the tenth installment of the adventures of Jason Voorhees and his murderous rampages. Includes interviews with the cast and crew and takes a look at some of the difficulties they encountered in trying to bring the sci-fi/horror film to life. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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27 January 2011 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is the shorter of the two featurettes on the DVD of Jason X, dealing with the movie, and this is an actual making-of piece on it. With a running time of 16 and a half minute sans credits and one more with them, this consists of interviews with cast and crew, behind the scenes footage and clips of the picture(some used to ironic effect, others used to illustrate a point... note that this documentary does spoil the film itself). They go into how they were on a budget and what that meant for the approach, how they digitized the entire thing and could add FX to any frame with more ease than otherwise, the concept(and yes, they thought it was silly to begin with, too... just wait 'till you hear what else they were considering, and count your blessings), the different environments, the continuity, the comic book look to you-know-who(if you've seen it, and if not I won't give it away here) and how Cronenberg would only appear in this on the condition that they'd kill him off(!). This is interesting and informative, if some of what is said is *really* technical stuff that we don't get. I recommend this to any fan of the slasher flick meets sci-fi action itself. 7/10


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