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Jason X
Jason X (2002)
Credits
Title: Jason X
Directed by: James Isaac
Written by: Todd Farmer
Produced by: Sean S. Cunningham; James Isaac; Noel Cunningham
Music by: Harry Manfredini
Cinematography: Derick Underschultz
Edited by: David Handman
Production
Distributed by: Crystal Lake Entertainment; New Line Cinema
Released: April 26th, 2002
Rating: R
Running time: 91 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $11,000,000
Gross: $12,610,731 (US)
$16,951,798 (Worldwide)
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Jason X is an American feature film of the horror and science fiction genres. It is the tenth installment in the original Friday the 13th film series and follows the 1993 movie Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (albeit by several centuries). It is the eighth movie in the franchise to feature Jason Voorhees as the primary antagonist and is the second movie in the series to not have "Friday the 13th" as part of its title. The movie was directed by James Isaac with a screenplay written by Todd Farmer. The movie was produced by Crystal Lake Entertainment and New Line Cinema and released theatrically in the United States on April 26th, 2002.

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  • The tagline for this film is, "Evil gets and upgrade".
  • Actresses Lexa Doig and Lisa Ryder are both regular cast members on the Gene Roddenberry sci-fi series Andromeda. Their roles in Jason X are reversals of their roles on Andromeda as Lexa Doig is an android on Andromeda and human in Jason X while Lisa Ryder is a human in Andromeda but an android in Jason X.
  • Director James Isaac makes an uncredited cameo appearance as a doctor in this film.
  • Screenwriter Todd Farmer makes a small appearance in the film as Dallas, one of the E-X grunts.
  • Actor/director David Cronenberg makes a guest appearance in the film as Doctor Wimmer. Cronenberg is also known for directing the 1981 "exploding head trauma" film Scanners as well as the 1989 remake of The Fly.

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