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Jason is rebooted in this futuristic Friday the 13th film.

  • May 15, 2009
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Jason Ten takes place in an unspecified time period. Jason Ten and a female scientist (the very hot Lexa Doig) are frozen in time and are put into an inadvertent suspended animation (Jason V was put in "special custody" by the United States Government, they wanted to study is inhuman healing power so they could create a army of super soldiers). A team of salvages were snooping around a "dead" Earth searching for valuable relics. The crew picks up Lexa and Jason.

The crew doesn't know what to do with Jason. Instead of keeping him on ice. He's reanimated. After putting in some work, Jason is trapped and thrown into a room that is used to accelerate medical conditions. When he emerges, he becomes uber Jason and rips apart the spaceship looking for people to kill. The shocked crew tries everything to stop him. But nothing seems to work. In a desperate move, the destroy the ship. Lexa and the surviving crew members flee to safety whilst one crew member sacrifices himself (in a funny homage to DARK STAR) to eradicate Jason once and for all. Does it work? That's for you to decide.

An entertaining entry in the Jason Vorhees Saga. this film is also known as Part Ten. Since this movie takes place in "The Future", we don't know what time period this film takes place in. Let's just say it's WAY after Jason versus Freddy. Not a classic film, take it for what it's worth.

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The 10th film of the Friday the 13th series.
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Genre: Sci-Fi, Action, Horror, Adventure, Fantasy
Release Date: April 26, 2002
MPAA Rating: R
Runtime: 1hr 33min
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