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Villain Overview
There's a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees' curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he's down there, waiting...
~ The narrator (voiced by Walt Gorney, who played Crazy Ralph) about Jason Voorhees.
"Mommy, don't let me drown! Mommy?"
~ Jason Voorhees when he was being drowned as a child.

Jason Voorhees is the main antagonist of the Friday the 13th franchise.

Despite not being the villain in the first film, he would later maintain the role starting in Friday the 13th Part 2 and in the subsequent installments as well as its remake. He is a deformed, now-undead murderer wearing a hockey mask to cover his deformities, and killing those that trespass Crystal Lake as well as to avenge his mother Pamela whom he had witnessed get decapitated. When he was a human, Jason was exceptionally durable to kill, but he did feel pain when attacked. It was not until when he got resurrected from the dead by his killer, Tommy Jarvis, that he gained complete immortality and gained supernatural abilities. Jason is notable for using a machete as his weapon of choice, but he can use alternate weapons and/or other methods of killing as well.

Much like Michael Myers, he was played by various stuntmen; the most recognized to play the role is Kane Hodder. He was portrayed by Steve Daskewisz in Part 2, the late Richard Brooker in Part III, Ted White in The Final Chapter, Tom Morga in A New Beginning (dreams and illusions only), C.J. Graham in Jason Lives, Kane Hodder in The New Blood, Jason Takes Manhattan, Jason Goes to Hell, and Jason X, and Ken Kirzinger in Freddy vs. Jason.


Jason is an inexpressive and difficult man to read, even without his mask. Jason is also utterly unrelenting, pursuing his desired quarry without ever backing down, not even allowing grievous bodily harm inflicted upon him to hinder his determination. Despite his crude and simple nature, he does experience intense emotions, though his behavior is more akin to some feral-minded beast defending its territory. Even if Crystal Lake where to change its name, he would stick to the stretch of land, and kill any trespassers without so much as a pang of remorse doing so. While Jason is mentally ill, his mindset is completely unlike that of anyone else, and the only remotely human aspect of this unhinged man is his attachment to his mother. Jason blindly complies with her, as she was the only person to show any kindness towards him as a child. He is not exactly the brightest machete in the cabin, either, as he was easily manipulated by Freddy Kruger and he also suffers irrational aquaphobia. These weakness where both exploited by Freddy Kruger. Although he is a very simple-minded and rather slow individual, Jason in outright intelligent. Despite his lack of normal thought-processes, he does exhibit excellent stealth and cunning, as well as being a skilled master archer. Despite his practical knowledge, Jason is also rather imaginative and dull-minded, as he cannot grasp the fact that he is himself immortal, and believes he can drown, despite the fact that he is undead. Freddy's facade as his mother also fooled him. Interestingly, Jason despises seeing teenagers drinking, taking drugs, and he is especially disgusted by sex, presumably the reasons are these were what lead to his supposed drowning as a child. However, due to the fact he does not even try to socialize, he may simply be misanthropic and reclusive, having no desire to assimilate himself into society. This mindset will have undoubtedly spawned from all of the abuse that he was dealt with as a child.

Character Description

Jason Voorhees is a large man most known and recognized by his hockey mask (which has become an icon in horror). Jason's signature and preferred weapon of choice is his machete. Jason is undead and has rotten skin that's almost black in color (most noticeably in Freddy vs Jason). Jason is also famous for being a masterful and authoritative weapon provisionary, able to use seemingly anything around him to quite brutally kill his targets. Unlike his predecessor Michael Myers, he does seem to have soft spots. He shows no interest in harming animals, children, or anyone not involved in his missions.

In each film he appears in, his actual face differs, whether past or present:

  • Jason has appeared multiple times as a child, though none of the appearances were ever consistent.
    • In the original film, portrayed by Ari Lehman, Jason appears briefly at the end. His deformities consisted of a large, bald oblong cranium, asymmetric eyes, and an oblong mouth which caused a severe overbite.
    • In the eighth film, Jason's child form appears repeatedly in hallucinations and then once near the end of the film by by Timothy Mirkovich. Confusingly, the design of his child-self changes; he is first shown as a normal child with no deformities and full hair, then later seen with hair and his deformed eye of the left side rather than the right, and lastly his appearance at the end resembling somewhat of the original design minus the deformed eye on the left.
    • In Freddy vs. Jason, the child form of Jason takes on a less extreme version of the first film's deformities.
  • In the second film, Jason's deformities remain somewhat consistent with the original portrayal by Ari Lehman. This time, his upper jaw is straighter, but tilted upwards and is filled with rotting, yellow teeth. He has a scattered mass of terminal hair on his chin, neck and cheeks, as well as a large mass of red, messy hair on his head. He has a rectangular bulge of bone on his forehead that skews his eye slightly, one of the only deformities that stays consistent throughout all of the films. He wears a sack over his head with a single eye-hole in it, and wrapped with rope around his neck to keep it in place.
  • In the third film, despite taking place immediately after the second, Jason is completely bald, leaning on the original design more than his appearance in Part 2. His head is bulbous and oblong like the original, with a slight cleft lip, deformed gums, his right ear warped, visible forehead deformities, as well as the deformed eye less crooked and shifted more below. At the end of the film, Jason receives an axe wound to the head, which would remain on the character and his mask in all subsequent appearances. This marks the debut of Jason wearing the iconic hockey mask, modeled after a 1950's Detroit Red Wings goalie mask. The mask itself has three red chevrons, one above the eyebrows and two on the cheeks. As the film reaches near the end, the mask gets more worn and scratched.
  • In the fourth film, Jason's design remains much more true to his original design from the first film. His skin appears to be slightly pale from the wounds he had received in the previous film, and his left cheek appears wrinkled and seared. His mouth now appears to be broken outward, with his teeth jutting out and overlapping. His shifted eye, more crooked like the original, is now bloodshot and gives Jason a more uncanny gaze. At the end of the film, his left normal eye is destroyed, and it would be absent from all subsequent appearances until Jason X. His mask in this film is the same as the one from Part 3, only much worn and damaged with the bloody axe cut from the last film on the top left. Aside from the top chevron is half worn off, the lower chevrons near the climax are completely worn off.
  • The fifth film did not properly feature Jason, although he did appear in hallucinations. Though his face is never actually seen, his skin is dark and decomposing with worms crawling through the eye holes of his mask. Said mask is similar to the one from the previous two films, albeit rounder, the top chevron is no longer half worn off, and missing the red chevrons on the cheeks.
  • In the sixth, Jason initially does not have a mask, seizing his mask from Jarvis shortly after rising from the grave. Jason's skin is pitch black and heavily decomposed, covered in holes and tight wrinkles. This is the first of two Jason appearances that lack the deformed right eye, but is replaced with a normal eye in place. Jason's mouth and left eyebrow have skin that has rotted off completely, exposing bone and his axe cut, as well as Jason's mangled teeth. His left eye is gone, and in its place is a bizarre mesh of rotted strands of skin. His mask is the same as the one from the dream sequence in the fifth movie, with a single red chevron on the forehead only, with the addition of the iconic axe wound on the head.
  • In the seventh film, Jason has reached a middle ground between decomposure and regeneration. His head has torn skin and pus-filled wounds all over it. His right eye is once again shifted, but to a less severe degree, in order to allow Kane Hodder to properly see through the makeup. The nose portion of his skull has a rather odd, doubled-over deformity on it. His mouth has far less teeth in it and his cheek has ripped open, allowing his incisors to be visible even when Jason's mask is on. On the subject of the mask, it is supposedly the same one from the previous film and has suffered severe water erosion. It retains the chevron on the forehead as well as the axe wound. Additionally, it now has a large chunk of the left cheek missing from the motor boat attack of the previous film, helping to show off Jason's exposed mouth. The mask is broken in half in this film.
  • In the eighth film, Jason's seems to have reached a stable point. His wounds no longer appear infected and, despite him still being undead and having sickly grey skin, he seems to have healed a fair bit, the axe wound on his head having formed a scar. His left eye seems to have tried to regenerate to a degree, with his eye socket being healed and a blob of pus oozing out of it. His jaw is similarly opened like in the seventh film, but they've stabilized somewhat. His teeth are gone, sans a few, and his nose bones lack the doubled effect from the last movie. He gets a new mask in this film, with a sleeker chevron on the forehead, and for the first time since the fourth film, new chevrons on the cheeks. The mask has the axe wound, and, uniquely, has the eye holes blacked out so Jason's eyes could not be seen, likely to cover up Kane Hodder's eyes better, as the prosthetics were much harder to see through than before.
  • In the ninth film, Jason's normal appearance has his mask fused to his face, thus Jason is never seen unmasked in the film; admist multiple variations on the idea have surfaced, the most prominent being the recent variant for the Friday the 13th: The Game, and the other two more well-known variants being prop heads. The mask appears to be burnt to a degree with the axe wound, and the wear from Par 7 on the left cheek, as well as missing the two cheek chevrons. Two variants of said mask exist, one that is mostly intact and another version with the right eye hole broken out through the side of the mask.
  • In the tenth film, Jason's mask is no longer fused to his face, although his face seems to have suffered severe rot and blistering, likely from the toxic waste in the part 8 finale. The mask itself is smaller, darker, dirtier and more angular than the previous versions, appearing much more cold and unnerving. Additionally, Uber Jason has a refined, metallic mask melded into his face with metal straps fusing it to his head. He also has both of his eyes back in this film.
  • In Freddy vs Jason, his head resembles his kid form in that film, with an enlarged cranium. His skin is also rotted to a coal-black color, and has small growing hairs on the back of his head. Although he is never seen unmasked in the film, there are behind-the-scenes photos on the internet showcasing the whole design.

Powers and Abilities

Natural Abilities

  • Super Durability: Jason is extremely hard to kill, able to withstand injuries such as stab wounds, bullet wounds, fire (to an extent), and anything else.
  • Super Strength: Jason also has super strength, as he can lift people up above the ground, crush their heads, or smash through walls — similar to Michael Myers
  • Inhuman Survivability: Jason can survive almost everything, he was hit by an axe to the head, hanged, stabbed by a machete, smashed on the head with a computer monitor, hammer claw through the neck, and a machete slammed into his head.
  • Limited Regeneration: Jason has survived various injuries that would disable normal people, and continue his killing sprees with full activity. Though decapitation and big explosions can kill him, similar to Michael Myers. Although, it seems that nothing can truly kill Jason forever.
  • Pain Suppression: Jason is shown to resist physical pain, such as getting his hand cut, his leg stabbed or getting hit in the head with an axe.
  • Stealth Tactics: Jason's killing style mostly relies on stealth to get to his victims without anyone realizing that he is there. Most notably shown when he can kill many people in one house without anyone hearing him, while planting dead bodies everywhere without making a sound.
  • Machete Proficiency: Jason's most signature weapon is his machete which he uses to stealth take downs, slice, stab and slashing methods.
  • Feral Mind: By being consumed by rage over the death of his mother, Jason will kill anybody who enters Camp Crystal Lake, including teenagers, elders, pregnant women, and almost anyone else. Although children and animals do not seem to be in Jason's interests.
  • Superhuman Tracking: Jason can track people down at great distances whenever they are out on a ship, in a police station or a diner.
  • Superhuman Accuracy: Jason can throw objects at great distances, such as throwing a machete on fire through a cornfield.
  • Speed Swimming: Despite the fact, Jason could not swim when he was a kid, but when he was full-grown, Jason was able to catch people quicker when they're on a boat in the lake at a distance.
  • Escape Intuition: Jason can break through binds and fetters, and able to escape any captivity such as getting caught by the government.
  • Intelligence: While being mentally disabled, Jason has seemed to overcome his mental handicaps. He avoided detection for nearly 30 years and built a shack all by himself, this actually points out that he is quite intelligent.
  • Soft Spots. Jason seems to show his soft spots around children, babies and around people who have not entered Crystal Lake. This is mostly noticeable in the sixth film, where he continues to pursue the protagonists, seemingly having no interest in simple civilians (although he did kill several people who tried to help them).

Supernatural Powers

  • Resurrection: If he is defeated, he can always be resurrected. When he is resurrected becomes more powerful. This power is noticeably similar to a Zenkai (from Dragon Ball Z).
  • Immortality: Jason can seemingly never die permanently as no matter what happens, Jason will never die forever. Although, being condemned to hell seems to be able to trap Jason.
  • Superhuman Strength: Upon being resurrected, Jason's strength has increased to the point he can rip a man's heart out with his bare hands, or knock a man's head of with a single punch.
  • Regenerative Durability: Upon being resurrected, Jason can endure far more damage and heal from whatever injury he receives, such as getting impaled by his own machete and recovered from it.
  • Bullet Immunity: Jason is completely immune to bullets, he was brought down by a shotgun but still kept getting up.
  • Numbness: In his undead state, Jason's pain receptors seem to be heavily dulled. He is shown to be able to endure extreme amounts of physical harm without slowing down at all.
  • Invulnerability: In his undead state, Jason is completely immune to any physical damage he receives.
  • Supernatural Survivability: Jason can survive any situation due to being resurrected, such as being set on fire, electrocution and getting blown up.
  • Hypnotizing Heart: If he is blown to bits, his heart can hypnotize them into eating it.
    • Possession: Upon eating the heart, the person will be possessed by his soul and still maintaining his abilities, he can only be reborn through another Voorhees, he can also possess other people through oral contact leaving the former host to gruesomely melt away. He seems to lose this ability once he is killed by his niece, Jessica Kimble, when she stabbed him in the heart with a special dagger and he was dragged to Hell (as in Jason X, having his head blown off by Kay-Em 14 apparently killing him).
    • Parasite Physiology: If the host he possessed is somehow killed, like severing the throat, Jason will take the appearance of parasite-like being (called a HellBaby) and picks his next living target.
  • Teleportation: It is unknown on how he got it, Jason seems to teleport to get to his victims, it was shown when a man was climbing up a ladder but Jason was, instantly on the ladder, able to thrown him off.
  • Oxygen Independence: Due to being resurrected, Jason can survive without the need for oxygen. This power does have its limits, however, because Freddy Krueger was able to nearly drown him in the dream world.
  • Supernatural Senses: Jason seems able to sense when people enter Camp Crystal Lake and seems to know exactly where to find anyone in his territory.

Bionic Powers

Bionic Physiology: In Jason X, when his head, arm and leg was destroyed, his body was rebuilt into the cybernetic Über-Jason by a regenerative nanotechnology process.

  • Body Modification and Limb Replacement: Due to being rebuilt, Jason's body was modified into a cyborg and had his right replaced with a cybernetic arm.
  • Space Survivability: Due to being rebuilt, Jason was able to survive the vacuum of space.

List of murders committed by Jason Voorhees

This is a full list of Jason Voorhees' confirmed murder victims in his film appearances. Debatable murders like Paul Holt do not count and will not be listed here.

Friday the 13th: Part 2

  • 1: Alice Hardy: Stabbed in the head with an ice pick.
  • 2: Crazy Ralph: Strangled with barbed wire.
  • 3: Deputy Winslow: Stabbed in the head using a hammer claw.
  • 4: Scott: Throat slit while hanging in a trap that Jason set.
  • 5: Terry McCarthy: - Stabbed offscreen.
  • 6: Mark Jarvis: Hit in the face with a machete.
  • 7: Jeff: Impaled along with Sandra with a spear
  • 8: Sandra Dier: Impaled with a spear along with Jeff.
  • 9: Vickie Perry: Stabbed.

Friday the 13th: Part 3

  • 10: Harold Hockett: Impaled in the chest with a meat cleaver.
  • 11: Edna Hockett: Head stabbed with a knitting needle.
  • 12: Fox: Neck impaled with pitchfork.
  • 13: Loco: Impaled with pitchfork
  • 14: Vera Sanchez: Shot in the eye with a spear gun.
  • 15: Andy Beltrami: Hacked with machete.
  • 16: Debbie Klein: Impaled and stabbed through the back with a kitchen knife.
  • 17: Andie and Debbie's baby: Killed when Debbie is murdered.
  • 18: Shelly Finkelstein: Throat slit with machete.
  • 19: Charles Garth: Electrocuted when he is thrown on a fuse box.
  • 20: Chili: Stabbed with a curated fire poker.
  • 21: Rick Bombay: Head crushed.
  • 22: Ali: Hacked to death with machete.

Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter

  • 23: Coroner Burns: Throat slit with a hacksaw and has his neck snapped.
  • 24: Roberta Morgan: Gutted with a scalpel.
  • 25: An Unnamed Hitchhiker: Throat impaled with a knife.
  • 26: Samantha Lane: Impaled with machete.
  • 27: Paul Guthrie: Crotch shot with spear gun.
  • 28: Terri Moore: Impaled with pitchfork.
  • 29: Tracy Jarvis: Killed off-camera. Her body is later found.
  • 30: Jimmy Mortimer: Hand pinned to a table by a bottle opener. He is then impaled in the face with a meat cleaver.
  • 31: Tina Moore: thrown from a window to her death.
  • 32: Ted Cooper: Knifed in the back of his head.
  • 33: Doug Bell: Head crushed against shower wall.
  • 34: Sara Parker: Axed in the chest.
  • 35: Rob Dier: Hacked to death with a garden claw.

Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives

  • 36: Allen Hawes: Heart ripped out
  • 37: Darren Robinson: Impaled and thrown with a spear.
  • 38: Lizabeth Mott: Speared in the mouth.
  • 39: Burt: Thrown and impaled in the face by tree branch.
  • 40: Stan: Decapitated with machete.
  • 41: Katie: Decapitated with machete.
  • 42: Stan: Decapitated with machete.
  • 43: Roy: Mutilated off-camera.
  • 44: Martin: Stabbed with broken glass.
  • 45: Steven Halavex: Impaled with machete.
  • 46: Annette: Impaled with machete.
  • 47: Nicola Parsley: Face smashed against RV wall.
  • 48: Carter Andrews: Hunting Knife in head.
  • 49: Elizabeth Baker: Head twisted.
  • 50: Paulina Mott: Killed with machete off-camera.
  • 51: Officer Thornton: Dart thrown in head.
  • 52: Officer Pappas: Head crushed.
  • 53: Mike Garris: Body bent in half.

Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood

  • 54: Jane McDowell: Tent Stake in throat
  • 55: Michal Rogers: Tent Stake thrown in back.
  • 56: Daniel Carter: Impaled and neck snapped.
  • 57: Judith Williams: Bashed against tree while trapped in a sleeping bag.
  • 58: Russell Bowen: Face hacked off with an axe.
  • 59: Sandra Casey: Drowned in lake bottom.
  • 60: Maddy Paulson: Throat slit with a sickle.
  • 61: Benjamin MacNeal: Head crushed.
  • 62: Katherine Pataki: Stabbed in the eye with a party horn.
  • 63: David Peabody: Knifed in the stomach.
  • 64: Eddie McCarlo: Neck slashed with machete.
  • 65: Robin Peterson: Thrown from a window.
  • 66: Amanda Shepard: Speared in the back.
  • 67: Dr. Crews: Gored with a tree trimming saw.
  • 68: Melissa Paur: Axed in the head.

Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan

  • 69: Jim Miller: Spear gunned in the abdomen.
  • 70: Suzzanah Donaldson: Stabbed with a harpoon.
  • 71: Jessica Jarret: Head bashed with electric guitar.
  • 72: The Unnamed Boxer: Chest hit with curated sauna rock.
  • 73: Tamara Mason: Stabbed with a glass shard.
  • 74: Jim Carlson: Stabbed thrice with a harpoon.
  • 75: Admiral Robertson: Throat slit with machete.
  • 76: Eva Watanabe: Strangled.
  • 77: Wayne Webber: Thrown and electrocuted on a control panel.
  • 78: Miles Wolfe: Thrown and impaled on ship antenna.
  • 79: An Unnamed Deck Hand: Axed in back.
  • 80: Homes: Impaled with syringe.
  • 81: Jojo: Head bashed against a steam pipe.
  • 82: Julius Gaw: Decapitated with a single punch.
  • 83: An Unnamed Irish Cop: Killed off-camera.
  • 84: Charles McCulloch: Drowned in sewage.
  • 85: An Unnamed Diner Chef: Thrown at a diner mirror wall.
  • 86: An Unnamed Sanitation Worker: Head bashed with a wrench.

Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday

  • 87: Creighton Duke's Unnamed Girlfriend: Unknown (only mentioned, happened before the movie).
  • 88: Eric Pope: Head Stabbed in the with an Autopsy probe.
  • 89: An Unnamed Guard: Fingers in head (off-camera).
  • 90: An Unnamed Guard: Fingers in head (off-camera).
  • 91: Alexis Peterson: Slashed to death with a scalpel.
  • 92: Deborah Caldwell: Impaled and ripped in half with a rail spike.
  • 93: Luke McCabey: Killed off-camera.
  • 94: Edna: Head slammed in car door.
  • 95: Coroner Philip: Possessed by Jason's heart (and kills 7 people) before melting and possessing Josh.
  • 96: Unnamed Bathroom User: Killed (Unknown cause; deleted scene only).
  • 97: Vicki's Unnamed Boyfriend: Killed (Unknown method; deleted scene only).
  • 98: Diana Voorhees (Kimble): Knife Sharpener thrown in back/impaled.
  • 99: Deputy Josh: Possessed (and Jason uses him to murder 3 people) and melts after Jason possesses Robert Campbell.
  • 100: Ryan: Head slammed into a locker door.
  • 101: Brian: Head slammed into Mark's/both necks snapped.
  • 102: Mark: Head slammed into Brian's/both necks snapped.
  • 103: Ward B.: Arm broken/ripped and thrown into diner door.
  • 104: An Unnamed Diner Patron: Slammed onto diner counter.
  • 105: Shelby B.: Drowned/scalded in deep fryer.
  • 106: Joey B.: Jaw bashed in.
  • 107: Vicki: Skewered with barbeque skewer, head crushed.
  • 108: Robert Campbell: Possessed by Jason (before killing 8 people) and melts when Jason leaves him.
  • 109: Randy Parker: Possessed by Jason and he assaults Jessica Kimbel, forcing Steven to slit his neck open with a machete.
  • 110: Creighton Duke: Crushed in a bear hug.

Jason X

  • 111: Samuel Johnson: Killed off-camera and hung from chains.
  • 112: Unnamed Guard: Head bashed with machine gun.
  • 113: Unnamed Guard: Choked, used as a shield from gunfire, and thrown.
  • 114: Unnamed Guard: Head bashed with noose pole.
  • 115: Unnamed Guard: Neck snapped with chains
  • 116: Aloysius Wimmer: Noose Pole thrown through back.
  • 117: Sgt Marcus: Thrown through metal door.
  • 118: Adrienne Hart: Face frozen with liquid nitrogen and destroyed on a counter.
  • 119: Stoner Zachery: Stabbed with Uber-Machete and dragged away.
  • 120: Azrael Benrubi: Back broken over Jason's knee.
  • 121: Dallas: Head bashed against wall.
  • 122: Sven: Neck Snapped
  • 123: Ken Klune: Thrown and impaled on a drill.
  • 124: Geko: Throat slit with Uber-Machete off-camera.
  • 125: Kicker: Cut in half with Uber-Machete.
  • 126: Briggs: Impaled on spiked chandelier off-camera.
  • 127: Lou Goddard: Killed with Uber-Machete.
  • 128: Braithwaite Lowe: Hacked apart and decapitated with Uber-Machete.
  • 129: Trevor Crutchfield: Electrocuted on control panel with head bashing.
  • 130: Kirra Cooper: Jason's massacre on the ship combined with stress drives Kirra to ram the shuttle into the ship. Jason ultimately caused her suicide, so she's considered a victim of his.
  • 131: Waylander: Back broken and sucked out into outer space.
  • 132: Janessa Zachary: sucked into outer space through a grate Jason broke.
  • 133: Sgt Elijah Brodski: Burned in Earth's atmosphere. He sacrifices himself to stop Jason.

Freddy vs Jason

  • 134: Trey Cooper: Stabbed 10 times with machete and folded in half in bed.
  • 135: Mr. Muller: Decapitated off-camera (presumably with the machete).
  • 136: Blake Muller: Hacked with machete.
  • 137: Frisell: Impaled and thrown away with long pipe.
  • 138: Gibb Smith: Stabbed with a pipe.
  • 139: Shack's Unnamed Friend: Head twisted.
  • 140: Shack: Flaming Machete thrown through back/impaled.
  • 141: An Unnamed Raver: Slashed with fire machete.
  • 142: An Unnamed Raver: Slashed with fire machete.
  • 143: An Unnamed Raver: Slashed with fire machete
  • 144: An Unnamed Raver: Slashed with fire machete.
  • 145: An Unnamed Raver: Slashed with fire machete.
  • 146: An Unnamed Raver: Slashed with fire machete.
  • 147: Stafford: Crushed under metal door off-camera.
  • 148: Scott Stubbs: Electrocuted with a console through machete.
  • 149: Bill Freeburg: Possessed by Freddy Krueger and slashed in half with machete.
  • 150: Charlie Linderman: Thrown and bleeds out after being impaled on a wall bracket.
  • 151: Kia Waterson: Slashed with machete and hits a tree.

List of weapons used by Jason Voorhees

  • 1: Machete (signature and most common weapon)
  • 2: Ice Pick
  • 3: Barb Wire
  • 4 :Hammer
  • 5: Superhuman Abilities
  • 6 :Spear
  • 7: Knife
  • 8: Meat Cleaver
  • 9: Knitting Needle
  • 10: Pitchfork
  • 11: Speargun
  • 12: Water
  • 13: Fuse Box
  • 14: Fire poker
  • 15: Hacksaw
  • 16: Scalpel
  • 17: Corkscrew
  • 18: Spikes
  • 19: Heights
  • 20: Vehicles
  • 21: Walls
  • 22: Garden Claw
  • 23: Tree Branch
  • 24: Glass
  • 25: Hunting Knife
  • 26: Dart
  • 27: Tent Stake
  • 28: Trees
  • 29: Sleeping Bags
  • 30: Sickle
  • 31: Party Horn
  • 32: Tree Trimming Saw
  • 33: Electric Guitar
  • 34: Sauna Rock
  • 35: Harpoon
  • 36: His Hands
  • 37: Trickery
  • 38: Electric Control Panel
  • 39: Syringe
  • 40: Steam Pipe
  • 41: Sewage
  • 42: Diner Mirror
  • 43: Wrench
  • 44: Autopsy Probe
  • 45: Metal Grating
  • 46: Rail Spike
  • 47: Knife Sharpener
  • 48: Locker
  • 49: Diner Door
  • 50: Diner Counter
  • 51: Deep Fryer
  • 52: Barbecue Skewer
  • 53: Chain
  • 54: Machine Gun (as a blunt weapon)
  • 55: Noose Pole
  • 56: Metal Door
  • 57: Liquid Nitrogen
  • 58: Counter
  • 59: Large Drill
  • 60: Uber Machete
  • 61: Crane Hook
  • 62: Fear
  • 63: Explosion
  • 64: Outer Space
  • 65: Earth's Atmosphere
  • 66: Bed
  • 67: Long Pipe
  • 68: Fire
  • 69: Console
  • 70: Freddy Krueger's arm
  • 71: Nanobot Technology
  • 72: Hellbaby
  • 73: Hunting Knife


Main article: Jason Voorhees (remake)

Friday the 13th: The Game


Savini Jason

Jason appears as the main, playable antagonist in the 2017 survival horror video game Friday the 13th: The Game, based on the film franchise. Players can select and play as any of the Jasons from the films once unlocked in-game (with the exception of Jason from Freddy vs. Jason or the remake).

Savini Jason

Savini Jason is an variation of the character designed by Tom Savini (who worked on the gory special-effects on the first and fourth films) for Friday the 13th: The Game. The design is based on the concept on what Jason Voorhees would've looked like if he had escaped from hell from the events of Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday.

In other media

  • Jason appeared in several Robot Chicken episodes, including the episode That Hurts Me, alongside slashers Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers, Ghostface, Pinhead, and Leatherface. He was playing charades with Michael and Leatherface (none of them talk).
  • He also appeared in the Family Guy episode It Takes A Village Idiot, and I Married One. He is seen
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    Jason Voorhees in Family Guy.

    talking in an interview about how the lake is cleaned up (and kills two people during the interview). He is also the boss of a store, threatening to kill the clerk if she screws up. When a dead kid is discovered at Camp Fresh Start in "Killer Queen" everyone looks at Jason who says he is just there to drop off his son, Justin. Justin tries to stab Jason but he points out that does not work on him.
  • He appeared in the Angry Video Game Nerd's review of Friday the 13th, constantly forcing the Nerd to play the game and only say good things about it. He is eventually killed when the Nerd attacks him with an NES controller and blow his head off with a Zapper.
  • Jason is a playable character in the flash game Bloody Rage.
  • He also appeared in the fan video The Nightmare Ends on Halloween, sent by Pinhead to kill Freddy Krueger.
  • A parody of him named Mason appears in the spoof movie Stan Helsing. Mason has a bigger hockey mask and a red shirt, and wields a hockey stick. He is defeated when Stan pulls on his mask, and is eaten by a dog, along with Michael (who is renamed Michael Cryers).
  • Jason also appeared in the Imaginationland Trilogy of South Park, where he appeared amongst all the other evil imaginary characters. He at one point stated that he never wanted to meet the kid who had dreamed up the Christmas Critters and later stabbed out Strawberry Shortcake's eye.
  • He makes an appearance in The Simpsons along with Freddy Krueger. Instead of the Simpsons coming in the traditional way they die in different ways. Homer is crushed against a wall. Lisa goes into the garage and Bart falls off his skateboard. Inside Freddy comments that they should "be here by now." and although he never speaks in the movies, Jason replies "Aaah. What are they gonna do?" and they watch the episode. Jason also had a brief cameo in the Treehouse of Horror V segment, The Shinning, where he can be seen dragging Homer out of a large storage room with other horror icons.
  • Jason, along with Freddy Krueger and Leatherface, was a sub-icon at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights: Carnival of Carnage in 2007. He was one of Jack the Clown's minions during the event.
  • Jason also appears in the end of the Looney Tunes short Box-Office Bunny which was released in 1990, he confronts Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd when they are trapped in the projection screen by Bugs Bunny.
  • In the Doctor Who TV movie in 1996, The Master's remains turn into a creature similar to the creature Jason becomes in Jason Goes to Hell, but is cobra-like but enters a body in a similar manner, a possible reference to the latter.
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    Jason in Mortal Kombat X

  • A parody of him, known only as the Hockey Mask Wearing Freak, appears in Eddsworld episode Eddsworld Halloween Special 2007 where he acts similar to Jason.
  • An inspiration of him and Leatherface appeared in the animated series Dan Vs. as an unnamed character called the Hockey-Masked Maniac, only on the episode called Dan Vs. The Family Camping Trip.

Mortal Kombat X

Jason Voorhees has been confirmed to appear as DLC character in the video game; Mortal Kombat X. The fun fact when unmasked in some via PC mod, Jason's face is quite plain and normally handsome. Ending: "Like Scorpion, Jason Voorhees was a revenant: a vengeful spirit returned to life. Hundreds had fallen victim to his bloodlust. Liu Kang, now ruler of the Netherrealm, took notice. An immortal killer like Jason would be useful in his plan for konquest. He drew Jason into the Netherrealm and offered him an endless bounty of slaughter... in return for his allegiance. Jason's simple reply was to destroy Liu Kang."


Alongside Michael Myers and Freddy Krueger, Jason is considered an icon of the horror/slasher genre. He was nominated in AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains and Wizard Magazine rated him the 26th greatest villain of all time.


  • Jason has probably the highest body count in horror film history. According to the documentary His Name Was Jason, Jason killed over 300 people in the course of the films all for revenge for the death of his mother and to carry her work on to keep the area closed. Jason Voorhees has taken the lives of (at least) 152 people. Michael Myers follows behind with (at least) 81 people.
  • He also make two cameos in the movie Ready Player One.
  • Unlike his counterpart Michael Myers, Jason started off as a mortal serial killer, then became immortal through his resurrection in Part VI: Jason Lives.

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