Behind The Scenes Photos Emerge From ‘Jason X’ Autopsy Voorhees Costume

Newer fans to the franchise absolutely love Jim Isaac's Jason X. The blend of humor, action, and Jason Voorhees created an entertaining romp in space with some excellent death scenes. Jason's look in the film, of course, had two stages with Uber-Jason the consensus favorite. The look of regular Jason earlier in the film has been debated against for years with a more "human" look departing from the rotted and decayed presentation of the character from the previous four films. The shape and design of the hockey mask was also changed to the ire of many fans of the franchise.

During the autopsy scene in the film, when Jason is thawing out from cryo-stasis, Adrienne removes the hockey mask from Jason's head for a brief reveal of his face. The mask is eventually placed back to on Jason and throughout the rest of the film, Jason has the visible cuts on his head around the mask

Effects artist Damon Bishop just posted some great photos on his Instagram account of the silocone head and fiberglass mask worn by Kane Hodder after the autopsy scene. These are great detailed looks at the combo set which were both sculpted by Stephen Dupuis, painting on the mask was done by Adrain Standfield, and the silicone head was painted by Damon.

Additional makeup was added to the silicone head after Kane put the combo set on to finish the Jason Voorhees makeup. The hockey mask looks really good in these photos and although it is different than what fans were used to seeing in previous installments, the mask still strikes fear in Jason’s victims.
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