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12th Mar '18 7:59:21 PM Tightwire
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* OhCrap: You get a sense of Jason himself thinking this when he realises he's in space.
12th Mar '18 7:52:58 PM Tightwire
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The United States government has finally captured Jason Voorhees, but only after he racks up well over ''two hundred'' murders. Every method of execution fails to kill Jason for good, so the government decides to put him into cryogenic suspension until someone can figure out what to do with him. Thanks to the interference and incompetence of the US military, who wanted [[MainliningTheMonster to keep him unfrozen and study his regenerative capabilities]], Jason almost escapes captivity. Rowan, the scientist in charge of deep-freezing the Crystal Lake Killer, manages to lock him up in a cryogenic chamber--though Jason dooms her to the same fate by shoving his machete through the chamber and into her. As the two of them go into deep freeze, the room holding the chamber enters full lockdown.

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The United States government has finally captured Jason Voorhees, but only after he racks up well over ''two hundred'' murders. Every method of execution fails to kill Jason for good, so the government decides to put him into cryogenic suspension until someone can figure out what to do with him. Thanks to the interference and incompetence of the US military, who wanted [[MainliningTheMonster to keep him unfrozen and study his regenerative capabilities]], Jason almost escapes captivity. Rowan, the scientist in charge of deep-freezing the Crystal Lake Killer, manages to lock him up in a cryogenic chamber--though Jason dooms her to the same fate by shoving his machete through the chamber and into her. As the two of them go into deep freeze, the room holding the chamber enters full lockdown.
lockdown. With everybody in the base dead, it is lost...
19th Jan '18 10:25:38 AM MarcusSLazarus
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*** In their defence the novelisation and other sources have noted that Jason was being kept immobilised with drugs, but when the soldier draped a blanket over Jason's head to hide him from view he also dislodged the IV keeping Jason comatose.


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*** Again, the novelisation expands on this with the professor misunderstanding what motivates Jason, thinking that he can placate the killer with offers of financial reward.
29th Dec '17 4:33:12 PM ErikModi
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* TheEndOrIsIt: [[spoiler:Brodski tackles Jason in space, and they burn up on entry into Earth II's atmosphere. Two kids see them as a falling star, note that it landed in or near "the lake," and go to take a look. We then see Uber Jason's mask, apparently the only part of him that survived tumbling down from orbit, hit the bottom of the lake, and the familiar {{Leitmotif}} plays, indicating that something of Jason may have survived.]]
5th Nov '17 11:33:41 PM marcoasalazarm
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* BrickJoke: When the marines are gearing up to hunt Jason, Brodski point out that the slasher has killed several of their friends and he has promised Lowe that he would capture Jason unharmed... so he orders the marines that after they killed him, they put a bullet on Jason's knee to make it look like they tried. After a while searching (during which Jason kills more marines), the team's heavy weapons trooper corners Jason and shoots him multiple times to the point he thinks he's dead (of course, [[ImplacableMan he isn't]]) and yeah, he ''do'' puts a bullet in Jason's knee while gloating that he got him.
1st Oct '17 12:45:32 AM StevieWillShowYou
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The tenth ''Franchise/FridayThe13th'' film. And it's [[RecycledInSpace IN SPACE!]]

After racking up well over ''two hundred'' murders, Jason Voorhees is finally captured by the United States government, which puts him under full lockdown. Every possible method of execution fails to kill him for good, so the government decides to put Jason in cryogenic suspension until someone can figure out what to do with him. Thanks to the interference (and general incompetence) of those who wanted [[MainliningTheMonster to keep him unfrozen and study his regenerative capabilities]], Jason almost escapes captivity -- until Rowan, the scientist in charge of deep-freezing the Crystal Lake Killer, manages to lock him up in a cryogenic chamber, but at the cost of her own life... only not...

Because 400 years later, a group of students from the spaceship Grendel find the frozen pair during an archaeological trip to the now-abandoned Earth and bring them on board. While the crew revives Rowan via advanced medical technology, Jason thaws out on his own during an autopsy. Once he rises from the operating table, he starts killing everyone he can find -- but the future has a few twists in store for Mr. Voorhees...

'''''Jason X''''' closes out the original ''Friday the 13th'' film franchise continuity as started by ''Film/FridayThe13th1980''. From this point, it branches off into two different continuations of their own:

A series of comics from Creator/AvatarPress:
* ''Comicbook/JasonXSpecial'' (2005)
* ''Comicbook/FridayThe13thJasonVsJasonX'' (2006)

A novel series by Black Flame (which also did the film's {{Novelization}})
* ''Jason X: The Experiment'' (2005)
* ''Jason X: Planet of the Beast'' (2005)
* ''Jason X: Death Moon'' (2005)
* ''Jason X: To the Third Power'' (2006)

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The tenth ''Franchise/FridayThe13th'' film. And it's [[RecycledInSpace JASON IN SPACE!]]

After racking The United States government has finally captured Jason Voorhees, but only after he racks up well over ''two hundred'' murders, Jason Voorhees is finally captured by the United States government, which puts him under full lockdown. murders. Every possible method of execution fails to kill him Jason for good, so the government decides to put Jason in him into cryogenic suspension until someone can figure out what to do with him. Thanks to the interference (and general incompetence) and incompetence of those the US military, who wanted [[MainliningTheMonster to keep him unfrozen and study his regenerative capabilities]], Jason almost escapes captivity -- until captivity. Rowan, the scientist in charge of deep-freezing the Crystal Lake Killer, manages to lock him up in a cryogenic chamber, but at chamber--though Jason dooms her to the cost same fate by shoving his machete through the chamber and into her. As the two of her own life... only not...

Because
them go into deep freeze, the room holding the chamber enters full lockdown.

400 years later, a group of students from the spaceship Grendel find the frozen pair during an archaeological trip to the now-abandoned Earth and bring them on board. While the Earth. The Grendel crew revives Rowan via advanced medical technology, technology; Jason thaws out on his own during an autopsy. Once he After Jason rises from the operating table, he starts killing everyone he can find -- but find--and even though killing people is as easy as it ever was, the future still has a few twists surprises in store for Mr. Voorhees...

'''''Jason X'''''
Voorhees.

''Jason X''
closes out the original continuity of the ''Friday the 13th'' film franchise continuity as that started by with ''Film/FridayThe13th1980''. From this point, it branches off into two Two different continuations of their own:

this film exist:

*
A series of comics from Creator/AvatarPress:
* ** ''Comicbook/JasonXSpecial'' (2005)
* ** ''Comicbook/FridayThe13thJasonVsJasonX'' (2006)

(2006)
*
A novel series by Black Flame (which also did handled the film's {{Novelization}})
*
{{Novelization}} of the film):
**
''Jason X: The Experiment'' (2005)
* ** ''Jason X: Planet of the Beast'' (2005)
* ** ''Jason X: Death Moon'' (2005)
* ** ''Jason X: To the Third Power'' (2006)
(2006)

In terms of the film franchise, ''Film/FreddyVsJason'' followed this film, and [[FridayThe13th2009 the 2009 reboot]] followed that. As such, ''Jason X'' is also the last standalone ''Friday the 13th'' film of the original continuity.



!! ''Jason X'' contains examples of the following tropes:

* AbsoluteCleavage: Janessa.

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!! ''Jason X'' contains examples of includes the following tropes:

* AbsoluteCleavage: Janessa.Janessa



** Thanks to Azrael's bumbling, frozen Jason falls and cuts his arm off.
** Later, Jason loses an arm and a leg during his first fight against Kay-Em 14.
* AutoDoc: The nanotech-equipped sickbay can heal pretty much any injury.
* BadassNormal: Brodski. He managed to take Jason down - even if it was at the cost of his own life.

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** Thanks to Azrael's bumbling, the frozen Jason falls and cuts his arm off.
** Later, Jason himself loses an arm and a leg during his first fight against Kay-Em 14.
* AutoDoc: The nanotech-equipped sickbay can heal pretty much any injury.
injury. It even cures Jason of his fatal "not having a head" condition.
* BadassNormal: Brodski. He Brodski managed to take Jason down - even if it was at the cost of [[spoiler:by sacrificing his own life.life]].



* BigShutUp: Lowe to the panicking students when Jason is trying to get through a door.
* BloodlessCarnage: Jason crashes Azrael and Dallas in the middle of a VR gaming session, and [[MacheteMayhem does what he does best]], however, they don't seem to be fazed by the maniac slicing them to pieces, and despite being diced, they neither bleed nor die nor show any pain. Then they [[RageQuit end the simulation in frustration]], at which point [[AvertedTrope Jason realizes -- and rectifies -- his mistake.]]
* BrainsAndBondage: Prof. Lowe's and Janessa's "discussion" about her midterm is her applying a nipple clamp to him.
* BreakTheCutie: An extreme version happens with Kinsa, perhaps the most realistic depiction of how someone would react when trapped in a confined space with a mass murderer. After the deaths of her boyfriend and many others, she goes completely nuts and locks herself in the ship's only shuttle. Then she launches the shuttle without undocking it; this kills her, screws up the remaining crew's only means of escape, and irreparably damages the Grendel.

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* BigShutUp: Lowe delivers one to the panicking students when while Jason is trying tries to get through a door.
door to kill them.
* BloodlessCarnage: Jason crashes Azrael and Dallas in the middle of a VR gaming session, and then [[MacheteMayhem does what he does best]], however, they don't best]]. They seem to be fazed unfazed by the maniac slicing them to pieces, and pieces; despite being diced, they neither bleed nor die nor do not bleed, die, or show any pain. Then they [[RageQuit end the simulation in frustration]], at which point [[AvertedTrope Jason realizes -- and rectifies -- his realizes--and rectifies--his mistake.]]
* BrainsAndBondage: Prof. Lowe's and Janessa's The "discussion" Janessa has with Professor Lowe about her midterm is her applying a nipple clamp to him.
* BreakTheCutie: An extreme version of this happens with Kinsa, who goes through perhaps the most realistic depiction of how someone would react when trapped in a confined space with a mass murderer. After the deaths of her boyfriend and many others, she goes completely nuts and locks herself in the ship's only shuttle. Then she launches the shuttle without undocking it; this it, which kills her, screws up the remaining crew's only means of escape, and irreparably damages the Grendel.



* BulletholeDoor: Kay-Em shoots one for Jason, so she'll have an easier time kicking him through a wall.
* CallBack: The death of the VR girls calls back to the sleeping bag murder in ''Film/FridayThe13thPartVIITheNewBlood''.
* CameBackStrong: Kay-Em manages to kill Jason, but the AutoDoc repairs and upgrades him, making him that much more unkillable.
* CaptainObvious: Rowan after she's told that the year is 2455.

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* BulletholeDoor: Kay-Em shoots one for Jason, Jason so she'll have she has an easier time kicking him through a wall.
* CallBack: The death Jason's method of killing the VR girls calls back in the virtual Crystal Lake is a callback to the sleeping bag murder in ''Film/FridayThe13thPartVIITheNewBlood''.
* CameBackStrong: Kay-Em manages to kill kills Jason, but the AutoDoc repairs and upgrades him, making him that much more unkillable.
* CaptainObvious: Rowan is this after she's told that the she wakes up and learns what year is 2455.it is.



* ChainedByFashion: Jason is shackled to start the movie, as he is being prepared for cryogenic stasis. He breaks free of the chains (though the film does not show him doing so), and continues to wear the broken shackles on his ankles and wrists for the rest of the movie.
* CollectorOfTheStrange: Perez tells Lowe that he could make a lot of money with Jason's corpse with a "right buyer".

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* ChainedByFashion: Jason is shackled to in shackles at the start of the movie, as he is being prepared for cryogenic stasis. He breaks free of the chains (though the film does not show him doing so), and chains--off-screen, natch--but continues to wear the broken shackles on his ankles and wrists for the rest of the movie.
* CollectorOfTheStrange: Perez tells Lowe that he that, with the "right buyer", they could make a lot of money with Jason's the corpse with a "right buyer".of Jason Voorhees.



* DroolHello: Happens to Dallas during a VR game.
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler: Brodski tackles Jason into Earth 2's atmosphere, burning them both to ash and killing off Jason for good.]]
* EyeScream: When Jason is lying supposedly dead and being examined by Adrienne, she removes one of his eyes. [[NauseaFuel His bad one.]]
* FinalGirl: Rowan, on two separate occasions:
** Rowan manages to stop Jason's onslaught at the start of the movie by trapping him in a chamber and freezing him, though she ends up getting frozen too when he punctures the chamber wall with his machete.
** Hundreds of years later, Rowan and Jason are brought onto a spaceship by unsuspecting students and they both come back to life when they thaw from their frozen state. Needless to say, it doesn't take long for Jason to start slashing his way through the spaceship. Once again, Rowan is the last girl left remaining... not counting Kay-Em 14, a female robot who lost her body, of course.
* FromBadToWorse: Jason, the epitome of ImplacableMan and {{Determinator}}, has just received cybernetic upgrades after seemingly being destroyed. Now, instead of high-powered bullets knocking him back only slightly, they bounce off of him like he's {{Superman}}. Plus [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace he can breathe in the void of space.]] Yeah, you are seriously fucked now.

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* DroolHello: Happens This happens to Dallas during a VR game.
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler: Brodski [[spoiler:Brodski tackles Jason into Earth 2's atmosphere, burning them both to ash and killing off Jason for good.]]
* EyeScream: When Jason is lying supposedly dead and being examined by Adrienne, she removes one of his eyes. [[NauseaFuel His eyes--[[NauseaFuel his bad one.]]
* FinalGirl: Rowan, on two separate occasions:
Rowan snags this honor at both the beginning and the end of the film:
** At the beginning, Rowan manages to stop Jason's onslaught at the start of the movie Jason by trapping him in a cryogenic chamber and freezing him, though she ends up getting him--though she, too, is frozen too when he punctures the chamber wall with his machete.
** Hundreds of years later, At the end, Rowan and helps destroy Jason are brought onto a spaceship by unsuspecting students and they both come back to life when they thaw from their frozen state. Needless to say, it doesn't take long for Jason to start slashing his way through the spaceship. Once again, Rowan is the last girl left remaining... woman left--if you do not counting count Kay-Em 14, a female robot who lost her body, of course.
body.
* FromBadToWorse: Jason, the epitome of ImplacableMan and {{Determinator}}, has just received receives cybernetic upgrades after seemingly being destroyed. Now, instead Instead of high-powered bullets knocking him back only slightly, they bounce off of him like he's {{Superman}}. Plus [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace he can breathe in the void of space.]] Yeah, you are seriously fucked now.



* GrievousHarmWithABody: Played for laughs when Jason is lured into a holographic simulation designed to provoke him. By the time we cut back to Jason and a pair of (virtual) bubble-headed sexually promiscuous drug-and-alcohol-abusing female campers, Jason has somehow forced them back into their sleeping bags and is furiously using one to bludgeon the other. Made even funnier by the girls in the bags simply exclaiming, "Ow! Ow! Ow!"
* GunsAkimbo / GangstaStyle: Kay-Em's apparent favorite mode of attack.
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: Happens to Kicker.
* HealingFactor: Jason is revealed to have one. This gives an explanation why he looks different in every movie, [[RuleOfCool but we all know better]]. This also explains why he retains his eyes and eyesight after [[EyeScream being stabbed in the eye a few times]].
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Brodski sacrifices himself in the climax to push Jason into the atmosphere of Earth Two, burning them both up]].
* HotScientist: Rowan.
* HumanPopsicle: Both Rowan and Jason after her plan to freeze him goes awry.
* IWantThemAlive: Lowe, hoping to sell Jason to a potential buyer to pay off his debt after hearing of his killing spree, tells Brodski and his men to capture Jason alive. As soon as Lowe is out of earshot, Brodski blatantly tells his men that they're just going to kill Jason, and to "[[OnlyAFleshWound put one in his leg]]" so they can say they tried.

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* GrievousHarmWithABody: Played The film plays this for laughs when Jason is lured into ends up in a holographic simulation of Crystal Lake designed to provoke distract him. By the time we cut back to Jason and a pair of (virtual) bubble-headed bubble-headed, sexually promiscuous promiscuous, drug-and-alcohol-abusing female campers, Jason has somehow forced them back into their sleeping bags bags...and is furiously using one of them to bludgeon the other. Made even funnier by the girls in yelling "ow!" with each hit. He tops it off by slamming the bags simply exclaiming, "Ow! Ow! Ow!"
body used for that bludgeoning into a tree.
* GunsAkimbo / GangstaStyle: This is apparently Kay-Em's apparent favorite mode of attack.
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: Happens This happens to Kicker.
* HealingFactor: The film explicitly says that Jason has "regenerative capabilities"--which is revealed why the US military wants to have one. study him and figure out how to replicate it. This gives an explanation does explain why he looks different in every movie, [[RuleOfCool but we all know better]]. This It also explains why he retains Jason still has his eyes and eyesight after eyes--and his eyesight--after [[EyeScream being stabbed in the eye a few times]].
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Brodski sacrifices himself in the climax to push Jason into the atmosphere of Earth Two, burning them both up]].
* HotScientist: Rowan.
Rowan
* HumanPopsicle: Both Rowan and Jason become this after her plan Jason shoves his machete through the cryo-chamber designed to freeze him goes awry.
hold him.
* IWantThemAlive: Lowe, hoping to sell Jason to a potential buyer to so he can pay off his debt after hearing of his killing spree, debts, tells Brodski and his men to capture Jason alive. As soon as Lowe is out of earshot, Brodski blatantly tells his men that they're just going to kill Jason, and fellow soldiers to "[[OnlyAFleshWound put one in his leg]]" so they can say they tried.



* IWouldSayIfICouldSay: After Jason is (apparently) finally destroyed, the bodiless Kay-Em declares, "I'd clap if I could".
* IceBreaker: After waking up in the future, Jason dunks Adrienne's head into liquid nitrogen, and then smashes her frozen face on the table.
* JustThinkOfThePotential: Jason is finally captured by the Feds after having killed a couple hundred people over the years. Some military folks actually ''want to keep Jason alive so they can figure out how to reproduce his [[NighInvulnerability invincibility]]'' [[IdiotBall .... yeah, doesn't work as planned.]]
* JuxtaposedHalvesShot: The poster parts [[VillainBasedFranchise Jason]] into his [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil normal and cyborg halves]] with his new "machete" which shows the reflection of [[TheProtagonist Rowan]] [[FinalGirl screaming]].

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* IWouldSayIfICouldSay: After Jason is (apparently) finally destroyed, the bodiless head of Kay-Em declares, says, "I'd clap if I could".
could."
* IceBreaker: After waking up in the future, Jason dunks Adrienne's head into liquid nitrogen, and then smashes her frozen face on the table.
* JustThinkOfThePotential: Jason is The US government finally captured by the Feds catches Jason after his having killed a couple hundred people over the years. Some military folks actually ''want want to keep Jason alive so they can figure out how to reproduce his [[NighInvulnerability invincibility]]'' [[IdiotBall .... yeah, doesn't work as planned.regenerative invincibility]]. [[IdiotBall Of course their plans go awry.]]
* JuxtaposedHalvesShot: The poster parts [[VillainBasedFranchise Jason]] into his [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil normal and cyborg halves]] with his new "machete" "machete", which shows the reflection of [[TheProtagonist Rowan]] [[FinalGirl screaming]].



* LampshadeHanging: The virtual topless teen girls, big time.

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* LampshadeHanging: The virtual 1980 Crystal Lake simulation features two topless teen girls, big time.girls whose dialogue pokes fun at the stereotypical female victim of the franchise:



* MindScrewdriver: Previous films hint at a supernatural origin to Jason's powers, but it's never stated just what. Here it's explicitly stated that he has a healing factor ala Wolverine.
* MsFanservice: The female cast, especially Janessa.
* MurderByMistake: Jason accidentally causes a destruction of ''a space station''.
* MusicalisInterruptus: Jason's defeat at Kay-Em's hands uses this. After she clearly has the upper-hand, his theme music plays each time he gets back up, and immediately stops when she puts another hole in him.
* MythologyGag: The 1980 Crystal Lake simulation. See Lampshade Hanging.
* {{Nanomachines}}: These things fix people up in the future. By the end of the movie they go haywire and give the defeated Jason [[ArtificialLimbs artificial limbs and head]].
* NeckLift: Jason lifts Azrael by the neck, intending to kill him. However, Dallas gets his attention, giving Azrael a chance to escape.
* NeckSnap: Jason does it to Sven, one of the marines searching for him. Unlike most neck snaps which go quick and fast, Jason slowly takes his sweet time with it.
** It was actually a ThrowItIn that Creator/KaneHodder suggested on the day of shooting the scene as he thought it'd be more something Jason would do.
* NoodleIncident: What caused the Earth to be inhabitable and hockey to be outlawed in 2024?
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Kay-Em does quite a number on Jason.

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* MindScrewdriver: Previous films hint at a supernatural origin to for Jason's powers, but it's never stated just what. Here it's outright say what those powers are--or how he got them. This film explicitly stated says that he Jason has a an advanced healing factor ala Wolverine.
factor--think Wolverine--though the film also never explains the cause or source of that power.
* MsFanservice: The female cast, especially Janessa.
Janessa, counts as this.
* MurderByMistake: Jason accidentally causes a Jason's rampage leads to the accidental destruction of ''a ''an entire space station''.
* MusicalisInterruptus: Jason's defeat This happens at Kay-Em's hands uses this. the end of the fight between Jason and Kay-Em. After she clearly has the upper-hand, Jason near defeat, his theme music plays each time he gets back up, and up--and immediately stops when she puts another hole in him.
Kay-Em knocks him back down.
* MythologyGag: The entire 1980 Crystal Lake simulation. See Lampshade Hanging.
simulation counts as one. (See also: CallBack, GrievousHarmWithABody, LampshadeHanging.)
* {{Nanomachines}}: These things fix The medical nanobots on the Grendel do a great job of fixing people up in the future. By up--they can even revive a person frozen for over four centuries. Near the end of the movie movie, however, they go haywire and give the defeated revive Jason by giving him [[ArtificialLimbs artificial limbs limbs, a new head, and head]].
built-in body armor]].
* NeckLift: Jason lifts Azrael by the neck, intending to kill him. However, When Dallas gets his Jason's attention, giving Azrael a chance to escape.
he drops Azrael.
* NeckSnap: Jason does it delivers one to Sven, one of the marines searching for him. Unlike most neck snaps which snaps--which go quick and fast, Jason slowly fast--Jason takes his sweet time with it.
this one.
** It was actually a ThrowItIn that Creator/KaneHodder [[ThrowItIn suggested doing that on the day of shooting the scene as scene]]; he thought it'd it would be more something that Jason would do.
* NoodleIncident: What caused the Earth to be inhabitable and inhabitable? And why was hockey to be outlawed in 2024?
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Kay-Em does quite delivers one of thse to Jason. She caps it off by blowing up his head with a number on Jason.grenade launcher.



* OneWingedAngel: Jason being upgraded into Uber Jason.

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* OneWingedAngel: Jason being upgraded into upgrades to Uber Jason.



** Not to mention Janessa, before getting "sucked" out of the airlock: "This sucks on so many levels!" Doubles as possible LampshadeHanging.
* RasputinianDeath: The government tried numerous methods of executing Jason, none of which worked. Kay-Em puts him through the ringer and blows up his head, but the AutoDoc fixed that. [[spoiler:Planetary re-entry seems to finally do him in.]]

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** Not to mention Janessa, before getting "sucked" out of the airlock: "This sucks on so many levels!" Doubles as possible LampshadeHanging.
* RasputinianDeath: The government tried numerous methods of executing Jason, Jason; none of which them worked. Kay-Em puts him through the ringer and blows kicked his ass before she blowed up his head, but head; the AutoDoc fixed that. [[spoiler:Planetary [[spoiler:The Grendel explodes with Jason still on it; he lives through that, even in the vacuum of space. Planetary re-entry seems to finally do him in.]]



* RedEyesTakeWarning: Jason has a pair when turned into a cyborg.
* RemovingTheHeadOrDestroyingTheBrain: Jason is finally killed by blowing up his head. Unfortunately, the medical nanobots gave him a new one [[CameBackStrong and some spiffy armor plating]] so that trick wouldn't work twice.
* RobotGirl: Kay-Em 14.
* RockBeatsLaser: Despite the futuristic weaponry and technology, Jason is able to murder his way through an entire squad of space marines even before his upgrade using only a knife. Subverted with Kay-Em 14 once she gets her upgrade, who's able to curbstomp him until he also gets an upgrade.
* ScaryBlackMan: Sgt. Brodski, but really the only person who should be scared of him is [[spoiler: Jason.]]
* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: Lowe wants to sell Jason to pay off his debts, and offers Brodski a lot of money to keep him in tact. Brodski isn't having any of that.
* SealedEvilInACan: This was the plan for Jason in the beginning. Since every method of execution failed to work, they'd freeze him and figure it out later. Then the government [[JustThinkOfThePotential got ideas]] and things went to hell.
* {{Sexbot}}: The gynoid is implied to be her owner's sexual partner, although she proves more useful as an ActionGirl after she gets [[TookALevelInBadass Upgraded To Badass]].
* SexForServices: Janessa seduces her professor and engages in kinky sex to ensure she passes her midterm.
* ShoutOut: Various ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' references are present, including a character named Dallas. The film itself seems like a loose, D-list remake of ''Film/{{Aliens}}''. For instance, FinalGirl Rowan's story seems very reminiscent to that of Ripley's, right down to defeating the antagonist once before, being frozen for a very long period of time, and then returning to a later generation of people who simply do not understand the dangers of the antagonist due to their lack of experience and this ultimately causes a lot of death and turmoil.
** One of the guns used by the space marines is called [[VideoGame/{{Doom}} BFG]].

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* RedEyesTakeWarning: Jason has gets a pair when turned into a cyborg.
of these after his upgrade.
* RemovingTheHeadOrDestroyingTheBrain: Jason is Kay-Em finally killed stops Jason by blowing up his head. Unfortunately, the The medical nanobots gave that revive him, however, give him a new one [[CameBackStrong one--[[CameBackStrong and some spiffy armor plating]] so that trick wouldn't work twice.
plating]], to boot.
* RobotGirl: Kay-Em 14.
14
* RockBeatsLaser: Despite the futuristic weaponry and technology, a pre-upgrade Jason is able to murder murders his way through an entire squad of space marines even before his upgrade using only a knife. knife.
**
Subverted with Kay-Em 14 once Kay-Em--after she gets her upgrade, who's able to curbstomp him until he also she curbstomps him. Double subverted after Jason gets an upgrade.
his upgrade; nothing Kay-Em does even makes him flinch.
* ScaryBlackMan: Sgt. Brodski, Brodski comes off as one, but really the only person who should be scared of him is [[spoiler: Jason.[[spoiler:Jason.]]
* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: Lowe wants to sell Jason to pay as a way of paying off his debts, and some debts; he offers Brodski a lot of money to keep him in tact. Jason intact. Brodski isn't having any of that.
effectively tells his team to ignore that request.
* SealedEvilInACan: This was the plan for Jason in the beginning. Since every method of execution failed to work, they'd work on Jason, the United States government planned to freeze him and figure it out later. Then someone in the government [[JustThinkOfThePotential got ideas]] and things promptly went to hell.
* {{Sexbot}}: The gynoid film implies that Kay-Em is implied this to be Tsunaron, her owner's sexual partner, although she proves more useful as owner(/creator?). She later turns into an ActionGirl after she gets [[TookALevelInBadass Upgraded To Badass]].
a few upgrades]].
* SexForServices: Janessa seduces her professor and engages in kinky sex with her professor to ensure make sure she passes her midterm.
* ShoutOut: Various The film contains numerous ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' references are present, references, including a character named Dallas. The story of the film itself seems like comes off as a loose, unlicensed, D-list remake of ''Film/{{Aliens}}''. For instance, FinalGirl Rowan's story seems very reminiscent to that of Ripley's, right down to defeating the antagonist once before, being frozen for a very long period of time, and then returning to a later generation of people who simply do not understand the dangers of the antagonist due to their lack of experience and this (which ultimately causes a lot of death and turmoil.
turmoil).
** One of the guns used by the space marines is called a [[VideoGame/{{Doom}} BFG]].



** Jason's mask in his "uber" form '''could''' serve as a shout-out to ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}} 3''.

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** Jason's The mask in his "uber" form '''could''' serve as worn by Uber Jason ''could'' be a shout-out to ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}} 3''.3'', as the Terror Mask design in that game resembles the Uber Jason design.



* SuperweaponSurprise: Moviedom's longest-running serial slasher got his ass handed to him by an gynoid who, prior to a combat-upgrade to her software, was just some nerd's {{Sexbot}} girlfriend. Yeah, of ''course'' he came back again, but that's gotta be humiliating!

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* SuperweaponSurprise: Moviedom's longest-running serial slasher got has his ass handed to him by an a gynoid who, prior to a combat-upgrade to her software, software upgrade, was just some nerd's a {{Sexbot}} girlfriend. Yeah, of ''course'' he came back again, girlfriend for a lonely nerd. Jason still comes back, but that's gotta damn, that has to be humiliating!humiliating, even for him.



* TooDumbToLive: Good God, where to begin...
** The United States government has attempted to execute Jason at least three times, with each method failing miserably? Let's leave him alone with one soldier guarding him, and then let's risk a number of innocent lives by keeping him alive, so we can study him.
** Brodski tells you not to take your eyes off Jason after you've ''seemingly'' defeated him? No problem, I'll just turn my back to Jaso--oh crap I'm dead.
** Hey, Jason has a blade in each hand, and he's got me cornered. He's also killed everyone else he's come across. Good time for me to turn around and put my back towards Jason to tell my shipmates that everything's ok--why is my head off of my shoulders?
--> "It's OK, he just wants his machete back!"
** "Azrael, get outta here!" Get outta here? I thought you meant jump on Jason's back, mess up your ability to get a clean shot at him, and then die when Jason snaps me in half like a twig.
** Kay-Em, a gynoid much more powerful and better in combat than any of us, just said we should run. The she got her head knocked off. Let's not run.
** Even Kay-Em herself... bullets don't phase Uber Jason at all. Maybe a kick will do it.
* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Uber Jason is supposed to be a plot twist. Yet it's even in the poster.
* UnwillingRoboticisation: A damaged medical station turns Jason into a {{cyborg}}, Uber Jason.

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* TooDumbToLive: Good God, where to begin...
begin?
** The United States government has attempted tried to execute Jason at least ''at least'' three times, with each method failing miserably? Let's leave Leave him alone with one soldier guarding him, and then let's risk a number of innocent lives by keeping him alive, alive and unfrozen so we can study him.
him!
** Brodski tells you not to take your eyes off Jason after you've you have ''seemingly'' defeated him? No problem, I'll just turn my back to Jaso--oh crap I'm dead.
** Hey, Jason has a blade in each hand, and he's got he has me cornered. He's He has also killed everyone else he's he has come across. Good time for me to turn around and put my back towards Jason to tell my shipmates that everything's ok--why everything is fin--why is my head off of my shoulders?
--> "It's OK, okay, he just wants his machete back!"
** "Azrael, get outta here!" Get outta here? I thought you meant jump on Jason's back, mess up your ability to get a clean shot at him, and then die when Jason snaps me in half like a twig.
twig!
** Kay-Em, a gynoid much more powerful and better in combat than any of us, just said we should run. The Then she got her head knocked off. Let's not run.
**
Should we run? Fuck no!
***
Even Kay-Em herself... bullets don't phase gets in on this. Bullets fail to make Uber Jason at all. so much as flinch? Maybe a kick will do it.
it!
* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Uber Jason is supposed to be a plot twist. Yet it's twist; all of the advertising and even in the poster.
''the poster'' gives it away.
* UnwillingRoboticisation: A damaged medical station turns the thoroughly-wrecked corpse of Jason Voorhees into a {{cyborg}}, Uber Jason.{{cyborg}}.



* WakeUpFighting: When Rowan is restored by the crew of Grendel, her first act after waking up is to punch Prof. Lowe.
* TheWorfBarrage: Uber Jason {{No Sell}}s Kay-Em's machine guns then her physical attacks just to demonstrate how screwed everyone is.

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* WakeUpFighting: When After Rowan is restored by the crew of Grendel, wakes up post-restoration, her first act after waking up is to punch Prof. Lowe.
* TheWorfBarrage: Uber Jason {{No Sell}}s Kay-Em's machine guns then gun fire and her physical attacks just to demonstrate how screwed everyone is.



-->'''Kay-Em:''' ''(SlasherSmile)'' '''GOTCHA!'''
* YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe: The reaction by Rowan when she sees Jason approaching the escape shuttle. Then Brodski intervenes.

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-->'''Kay-Em:''' ''(SlasherSmile)'' ''[SlasherSmile]'' '''GOTCHA!'''
* YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe: The This is Rowan's reaction by Rowan when she sees Jason approaching the escape shuttle. Then Brodski intervenes.



* ApocalypticLog: The space station crew in ''Planet of the Beast'' manages to acquire logs detailing Jason's rampage in Blackstar 13.
* BuryYourDisabled: The books ''Death Moon'' and ''To the Third Power'' both feature blind characters who get their [[OffWithHisHead heads chopped off]].
* FromASingleCell: A small hunk of Jason's flesh survived the re-entry to Earth Two, and it is used to restore him in ''The Experiment''.
* MedicalRapeAndImpregnate: In ''Planet of the Beast'', a drugged woman is impregnated with Jason's... genetic material.
* MindScrew: ''Death Moon'' is half coherent and half... not, [[FauxlosophicNarration having random meta and ranty parts]], scenes involving poorly explained concepts like Teknopriests, Akasha.net, reality hackers, etc. and what's the definition of a GainaxEnding where Jason starts fighting his past self for no immediately discernible reason.

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* ApocalypticLog: The space station crew in ''Planet of the Beast'' manages to acquire finds a set of logs detailing that detail Jason's rampage in Blackstar 13.
* BuryYourDisabled: The books ''Death Moon'' and ''To the Third Power'' both feature blind characters who get their [[OffWithHisHead heads chopped off]].
die via decapitation]].
* FromASingleCell: A small hunk of Jason's flesh survived the re-entry to trip through Earth Two, and it Two's atmosphere; in ''The Experiment'', that hunk of flesh is used to restore him in ''The Experiment''.
him.
* MedicalRapeAndImpregnate: In ''Planet of the Beast'', a drugged woman is impregnated with Jason's... Jason's, uh, genetic material.
* MindScrew: ''Death Moon'' is half coherent and half... not, [[FauxlosophicNarration having random meta and ranty parts]], parts]]; scenes involving poorly explained concepts like Teknopriests, Akasha.net, reality hackers, etc. ; and what's the definition of a GainaxEnding where Jason starts fighting fights his past self for no immediately discernible reason.



** The MadScientist du jour in ''Planet of the Beast'' gets his artificial arm ripped off.
** The trope is averted in the proceeding book, ''Death Moon'', where the latest MadScientist is stabbed in his fake eye, but Jason just drives the blade in deeper and deeper until it reaches the guy's brain.
* PerkyGoth: Bella Morte (real surname Morrison) in ''Planet of the Beast''.
* PresidentEvil: Despite appearing only briefly, the President in ''Death Moon'' is quite obviously a lunatic.

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** The MadScientist du jour in ''Planet of the Beast'' gets has his artificial arm ripped off.
** The trope This is averted in the proceeding next book, ''Death Moon'': Jason stabs the latest MadScientist in a fake eye, then drives the blade in deeper until it reaches the poor bastard's brain.
* PerkyGoth: Bella Morte in ''Planet of the Beast''--her real surname is Morrison.
* PresidentEvil: Despite appearing in only a few scenes in
''Death Moon'', where the latest MadScientist is stabbed in his fake eye, but Jason just drives the blade in deeper and deeper until it reaches the guy's brain.
* PerkyGoth: Bella Morte (real surname Morrison) in ''Planet of the Beast''.
* PresidentEvil: Despite appearing only briefly,
the President in ''Death Moon'' is quite obviously a lunatic.



* TraumaticCSection: A mad scientist [[MindScrew may or may not]] have done this to one of his test subjects

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* TraumaticCSection: A mad scientist [[MindScrew may or may not]] have done this to one of his test subjects
subjects.
6th Jan '17 10:51:49 AM Godzillawolf
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* RockBeatsLaser: Despite the futuristic weaponry and technology, Jason is able to murder his way through an entire squad of space marines even before his upgrade using only a knife. Subverted with Kay-Em 14 once she gets her upgrade, who's able to curbstomp him until he also gets an upgrade.
24th Dec '16 3:53:55 PM bt8257
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Because four hundred years later, a group of students from the spaceship Grendel find the frozen pair during an archaeological trip to the now-abandoned Earth and bring them on board. While the crew revives Rowan via advanced medical technology, Jason thaws out on his own during an autopsy. Once he rises from the operating table, he starts killing everyone he can find -- but the future has a few twists in store for Mr. Voorhees...

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Because four hundred 400 years later, a group of students from the spaceship Grendel find the frozen pair during an archaeological trip to the now-abandoned Earth and bring them on board. While the crew revives Rowan via advanced medical technology, Jason thaws out on his own during an autopsy. Once he rises from the operating table, he starts killing everyone he can find -- but the future has a few twists in store for Mr. Voorhees...
15th Nov '16 1:30:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}}: Jason. Jason. Jason. The scene with the marines looking for him, and he takes them down one by one should be evidence enough.
** Kay-Em, once she gets her upgrade.
** BadassNormal: Brodski. He managed to take Jason down - even if it was at the cost of his own life.

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* {{Badass}}: Jason. Jason. Jason. The scene with the marines looking for him, and he takes them down one by one should be evidence enough.
** Kay-Em, once she gets her upgrade.
**
BadassNormal: Brodski. He managed to take Jason down - even if it was at the cost of his own life.
27th Oct '16 5:31:26 PM starwolf99
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* NoodleIncident: What caused the Earth to be inhabitable and hockey to be outlawed in 2024?
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