Jason X

Jason X

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!

Jason X is a fiction film, which is set in the future, when the Earth no longer has resident. Humans have come to invade other planets. One of the planets that the earth invade has 2 freezing mummies. And when humans thaw for 2 mummies, they turn into Jason Voorhees. And disasters happen to mankind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jason X torrent reviews

susan w (kr) wrote: AwesomeBest monster high movie I ever seen and I seen all of them

Bryan R (br) wrote: The movie started out very good. Then a very good unexpected twist happens. But they forget about the twist for a while and when they brought it back it was not as cool. Then the movie takes a very weird shift and that's when everything turns to crap.

megan p (au) wrote: bits were funny, but it wasnt as good as i thought!

Kenneth L (es) wrote: This is a cute little stop-motion animation short, which won the Oscar for its category. It was the first film released by Adam Elliot, who went on to make the feature-length masterpiece Mary and Max. It's not in the same league as Mary and Max, but I can see how it's essentially the warm-up act.The story follows a man's life from birth to death. He has lots of problems, including Tourette's syndrome, but his life isn't all bad. The character almost never speaks himself in the film; rather, everything is narrated in the reassuring voice of Geoffrey Rush. The effect is much like watching an animated picture-book. The animation is charming, though it looks a bit crude next to that of Mary and Max (no doubt because Mary and Max had a larger budget). Because it is only twenty minutes long, because the characters almost never speak for themselves, and because there isn't that much arc or drama to the story, it did not affect me emotionally on anywhere near the level of Mary and Max. But, still, on its own merits, this is a charming short film.

Nathan B (ag) wrote: I have to be honest, the top reason that I wanted to see this movie was to check out Seth Green in his tighty whities! I went to the theaters and bought this on DVD. Seth Green is one of the hottest celebs out there, and I probably wouldn't have enjoyed the movie as much if he weren't in it. The plot is decent enough, but the tighty whities Seth Green wears is more interesting! No, I am NOT making this up!

Dan S (br) wrote: Despite a great performance from Rhys Ifans and a decent cast on the whole, dosnt quite get out of second gear as a drama and seems a bit seen-before and safe, certainly compared to Shane Meadows other efforts. As a screenplay it feels undercooked and the Western-traces feel vague. Robert Caryle and Shirley Henderson feel subdued in performance and character, and the presence of Ricky Tomlinson and Kathy Burke as well known British faces takes the subtety away. Watchable but not essential.

Josh H (ag) wrote: Bizarre. Disjointed. Damn funny.

Alex K (us) wrote: This film is full of action and a lot of laughs, with great cast plus Jessica Alba is just so fit in this she's is sexy and she makes this movie good.