History Trivia / JasonX

1st Oct '17 12:59:51 AM StevieWillShowYou
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* CastingGag: Lexa Doig was an android while Lisa Ryder was a human in ''Series/{{Andromeda}}''. The reverse is true in this film.
* EnforcedMethodActing: When Stoney is killed, his blood splatters on Kinsa and she screams. The scream is genuine, as the fake blood burned her actress's eyes.
* FranchiseKiller: Pretty much put a death nail in an already near dead franchise. So much so that, despite the following year's ''Film/FreddyVsJason'' being a box-office hit, the series needed a total reboot to start up again.
* TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: The movie was finished in 2000, but wasn't released in the United States until 2002 due to a management shakeup at New Line Cinema.
* TroubledProduction: During production, writer Todd Farmer and director Jim Isaac did not get along at all. The film saw constant, heavy rewrites during production that required Farmer to be on set at all times; by his account, the entire crew hated him. Of particular note was tension over the film's tone, with Farmer's version being more serious and Isaac's being a lot goofier. On the commentary track for the film, they barely try to hide [[http://www.bloodygoodhorror.com/bgh/best-and-worst-horror-commentary-tracks-jason-x their enmity for one another]], the two frequently taking potshots at each other.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Pamela Voorhees was supposed to have a short appearence in the virtual reality segment. In it, Jason, now Uber Jason, was supposed to attack Pamela's holographic form just to prove how evil he has finally become. Betsy Palmer was contacted about doing the scene, but she declined and the whole thing was ultimately left out.

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* CastingGag: In ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'', Lexa Doig was played an android while and Lisa Ryder was played a human. In this film, Doig is a human in ''Series/{{Andromeda}}''. The reverse and Ryder is true in this film.
the android.
* EnforcedMethodActing: When Stoney is killed, Jason kills Stoney, his blood splatters on Kinsa and she onto Kinsa, who screams. The scream is genuine, as the genuine: The fake blood burned her actress's eyes.
* FranchiseKiller: Pretty much ''Jason X'' put a death the final nail in the coffin of an already near dead already-near-dead franchise. So much so that, despite the following year's Despite ''Film/FreddyVsJason'' being a box-office legit box office hit, the series franchise needed a total reboot to reboot--six years later--to start up again.
* TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: The movie was finished in 2000, but wasn't released did not see release in the United States until 2002 due to a management shakeup at New Line Cinema.
* TroubledProduction: During production, writer Todd Farmer and director Jim Isaac did not get along at all. The film saw constant, heavy rewrites during production that required Farmer to be on set at all times; by his account, the entire crew hated him. Of particular note was tension over the film's tone, with Farmer's version being tone of the film: Farmer wanted something more serious and Isaac's being a lot serious, but Isaac wanted something goofier. On the commentary track for the film, they barely try to hide [[http://www.bloodygoodhorror.com/bgh/best-and-worst-horror-commentary-tracks-jason-x their enmity animosity for one another]], the two frequently taking potshots at each other.
other all the way through.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Pamela Voorhees was supposed to have a short appearence in Original plans for the virtual reality segment. In it, Jason, now segment called for a Pamela Voorhees cameo where Jason--now Uber Jason, was supposed to attack Pamela's holographic form just Jason--would have attacked the virtual Pamela to prove how evil he has finally had become. Betsy Palmer was contacted about doing the scene, but scene; when she declined and declined, the whole thing was ultimately left out.filmmakers dropped the idea.

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20th Jan '17 7:02:43 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* TroubledProduction: During production, writer Todd Farmer and director Jim Isaac did not get along at all. The film saw constant, heavy rewrites during production that required Farmer to be on set at all times; by his account, the entire crew hated him. Of particular note was tension over the film's tone, with Farmer's version being more serious and Isaac's being a lot goofier. On the commentary track for the film, they barely try to hide [[http://www.bloodygoodhorror.com/bgh/best-and-worst-horror-commentary-tracks-jason-x their enmity for one another]], the two frequently taking potshots at each other.
5th Oct '16 3:42:51 AM OlfinBedwere
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* FranchiseKiller: Pretty much put a death nail in an already near dead franchise. So much so, the series needed a total reboot to start up again.

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* FranchiseKiller: Pretty much put a death nail in an already near dead franchise. So much so, so that, despite the following year's ''Film/FreddyVsJason'' being a box-office hit, the series needed a total reboot to start up again.
20th Apr '16 5:38:29 AM AnotherGuy
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* CastingGag: Lexa Doig was an android while Lisa Ryder was a human in ''Series/{{Andromeda}}''. The reverse is true in this film.
14th Apr '16 5:01:23 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatGuy:
** Lexa Doig, who played the android Rommie on ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'', plays a human while her fellow ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' castmember, Lisa Ryder, plays the Android in this one.
** Creator/DavidCronenberg as Dr. Wimmer, who really [[JustThinkOfThePotential shouldn't have paid attention to Jason's potential]].
** Sgt. Brodski is played by Creator/PeterMensah, possibly counting as RetroactiveRecognition as his roles in ''Film/ThreeHundred'', ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'' and ''Franchise/DeadSpace'' are better-known.
* HeyItsThatVoice: Braithwaite Lowe is [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda Link!]]



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Pamela Voorhees was supposed to have a short appearence in the virtual reality segment. In it, Jason, now Uber Jason, was supposed to attack Pamela's holographic form just to prove how evil he has finally become. Betsy Palmer was contacted about doing the scene, but she declined and the whole thing was ultimately left out.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Pamela Voorhees was supposed to have a short appearence in the virtual reality segment. In it, Jason, now Uber Jason, was supposed to attack Pamela's holographic form just to prove how evil he has finally become. Betsy Palmer was contacted about doing the scene, but she declined and the whole thing was ultimately left out.
16th Nov '15 8:22:00 AM erforce
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Pamela Voorhees was supposed to have a short appearence in the virtual reality. In it, Jason, now Uber-Jason, was supposed to attack Pamela's holografic form just to prove how evil he has finally become. Betsy Palmer was contacted about it, but she declined and the whole thing was left out.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Pamela Voorhees was supposed to have a short appearence in the virtual reality. reality segment. In it, Jason, now Uber-Jason, Uber Jason, was supposed to attack Pamela's holografic holographic form just to prove how evil he has finally become. Betsy Palmer was contacted about it, doing the scene, but she declined and the whole thing was ultimately left out.
16th Nov '15 8:09:29 AM CosmoBubba
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* TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: The movie was finished in 2000, but wasn't released in the United States until 2002 due to a management shakeup at New Line Cinema.
6th Jul '15 4:09:58 PM Anicomicgeek
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** Sgt. Brodski is played by Peter Mensah, possibly counting as RetroactiveRecognition as his roles in ''Film/ThreeHundred'', ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'' and ''Franchise/DeadSpace'' are better-known.

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** Sgt. Brodski is played by Peter Mensah, Creator/PeterMensah, possibly counting as RetroactiveRecognition as his roles in ''Film/ThreeHundred'', ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'' and ''Franchise/DeadSpace'' are better-known.
12th Apr '14 11:20:55 AM erforce
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Lexa Doig, who played the android Rommie on ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'', plays a human while her fellow ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' castmember, Lisa Ryder, plays the Android in this one.

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* HeyItsThatGuy: FranchiseKiller: Pretty much put a death nail in an already near dead franchise. So much so, the series needed a total reboot to start up again.
* HeyItsThatGuy:
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Lexa Doig, who played the android Rommie on ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'', plays a human while her fellow ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' castmember, Lisa Ryder, plays the Android in this one.



* HeyItsThatVoice:Braithwaite Lowe is [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda Link!]]

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* HeyItsThatVoice:Braithwaite HeyItsThatVoice: Braithwaite Lowe is [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda Link!]]
2nd Mar '14 11:12:29 AM m8e
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** DavidCronenberg as Dr. Wimmer, who really [[JustThinkOfThePotential shouldn't have paid attention to Jason's potential]].

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** DavidCronenberg Creator/DavidCronenberg as Dr. Wimmer, who really [[JustThinkOfThePotential shouldn't have paid attention to Jason's potential]].
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