Jason X

Trivia: The scene where Stoney gets killed, blood flies onto the face of Kinsa. However the blood was never meant to hit Melody Johnson, the actress playing Kinsa, in the face. When the blood hit her, it accidentally got in her eyes, burning them. Her screams in that scene are genuine.

Trivia: At one point, Rowan says about the android Kay-Em 14, 'She seems so real.' This phrase would be reversed on the TV show Andromeda, as Lexa Doig plays an android, while Lisa Ryder is human. (00:32:35)

Trivia: When the Marines are suiting up to go hunt Jason, one of them asks "Who has the B.F.G.?", a blatant reference to graphically violent PC games "Quake" (1996) and "Doom" (1993) where the B.F.G. is the most powerful weapon available (the name stands for "Big F***ing Gun"). (00:38:00)

Trivia: In the scene where Jason kills the two people in the Virtual Reality game, the guy with a goatee and shaved head is the movie's writer. (00:37:10)

Trivia: Famed movie director David Cronenberg has a cameo as Wimmer, a higher-up at the Crystal Lake Research Facility at the start of the film. (He's the man who gives the speech about Jason's regenerative capabilities and is later speared through the back.) He agreed to appear in the film as a favor to the director, who had previously worked with him as a special effects artist on his movie "eXistenZ."

TedStixon

Plot hole: When the Grundel explodes near the end, Rowan looks out the window to see Uber Jason floating towards the rescue shuttle, only to be grabbed by Brodski who happens to fly sideways at a high rate of speed. Now provided it's feasible that Uber Jason can survive an immense explosion, how Brodski not only survived the explosion but managed to wind up away from the spaceship and far enough off to the right so as to catch Jason in mid-space is beyond me. (01:22:15)

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Crutch: Hey, you're lucky you weren't alive during the Microsoft conflict. Hell, we were beating each other with our own severed limbs.

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Question: Why do characters in this movie have such a strange names, like Azrael, Brodski, Kinsa, Stoney, Gecko and others?

Answer: It's set nearly 500 years in the future. Naming conventions change.

Brian Katcher

Answer: Actually internet names of friends of Todd Farmers.

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