We acknowledge every Friday the 13th by featuring a death scene of one of the many victims Jason Voorhees has claimed throughout the course of the iconic horror franchise, as well as some info on what the actress went on to.
For our customary Friday the 13th piece today, we have crazed killer Jason Vorhees burying the hatchet (well, yes, it’s a full-sized ax) in Melissa’s head in 1988’s Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood.
Chili (a character with an unknown surname, played by Rachel Howard) was the second victim Jason Voorhees claimed in Friday the 13th Part III after he donned his now-iconic hockey mask. The first victim was
Throughout the Friday the 13th franchise (except for the first one, of course, since it was mom doing the killing in that one), Jason Voorhees has always been an innovative and resourceful murderer. A prime
In all of the entries in the original Friday the 13th franchise, Jason Voorhees usually made very quick work of his victims, slaying most without them even knowing what, much less who, hit them. However,
It’s that day again and here we have Camp Crystal Lake visitor Chelsea, played by Willa Ford, getting skewered from above and providing viewers with a brief posthumous breast flash, in the 2009 remake of
Serial killer Jason Voorhees isn’t a discriminating slayer, but to date, his only Asian female victim has been Eva Watanabe (played by a then-unknown Kelly Hu), in Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan