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- 1h 33m
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In the year 2455, Old Earth is now a contaminated planet abandoned for centuries--a brown world of violent storms, toxic landmasses and poisonous seas. Yet humans have returned to the deadly place that they once fled, not to live, but to research the ancient, rusting artifacts of the long-gone civilizations. But it's not the harmful environment that could prove fatal to the intrepid, young explorers who have just landed on Old Earth. For them, it's Friday the 13th, and Jason lives!
© 2002 New Line Productions, Inc.
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Common Sense Says
Slasher violence, gore in unnecessary series sequel.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Jason X is a 2001 horror movie in which the iconic horror movie slasher travels into the future to begin a new round of killing after being cryogenically frozen. Unsurprisingly, there's slasher movie violence throughout. While the machete is Jason's weapon of choice, he also uses a spear, chains, knives, and liquid nitrogen on his victims. He also kills people by impaling them on spikes, and slices characters in half both vertically and horizontally. There are jump scares throughout, and blood and gore. Some gratuitous nudity: While in a virtual reality of Crystal Lake circa 1980, Jason meets two scantily clad women who offer him pot, beer, and "premarital sex" before removing their tops (you can guess their fates). A professor has an inappropriate relationship with a student, who asks him if they can "talk about my midterm" before they're in bed together; she clamps his nipples while he's dressed in a negligee. Profanity throughout, including "f--k" and variations. It's the 10th installment of the Friday the 13th franchise.
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- Genre:Horror, Sci-Fi
- Release Date:October 1, 2000
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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