Jason Voorhees Black-Out Eyes

This is a quick tutorial to get the “black out” look in the eyes of Jason Voorhees’ hockey mask. This technique can work in any mask, and no one will be able to see the eyes the mask wearer, no matter how much of a close up shot is taken. The mask wearer will also have 100% visibility.

Buy a thick foam sheet from Michael’s or any craft store.

Using the a spray paint can lid, trace a circle on the foam sheet with a light colored marker. Alternately, you can press down and turn the spray can’s lid on the foam sheet to make an easy to see impression in the foam.

Cut a hole in the foam circle, leaving about a half inch boarder.

Buy some black socks from the 99 cent store, and cut the fabric to fit over one side of the foam circle as tightly as possible. Use several small pieces of duct tape to hold the stretched fabric in place on the foam circle. Do this on one side of the foam circle only.

Using duct tape or glue gun, (I used black duct tape) secure the foam circle with the stretched fabric over the eye holes of the mask. Make sure the fabric side of the foam circle is facing the mask. This will prevent your eyelashes from touching the fabric, with the foam circle acting as a cushion around your eye, so there will be no irritation when wearing the mask.

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The Day Jason Haunted Linda Vista Hospital!

In April 2011, I got a call from The Boyle Heights Paranormal Project to come down to Linda Vista Hospital, and bring an IR illuminator with me. The Hollywood Ghost Hunters were filming a teaser trailer that night at the hospital, in order to drum up interest for a possible TV show. I was told that they needed an IR illuminator for one of the cameras.

I stopped at home and picked up the illuminator (I wasn’t allowed to film any footage) and as I drove to the hospital, I wondered why the crew didn’t have an illuminator themselves? Or why the ghost hunting group BHPP wouldn’t have one? I concluded they may have just wanted me there for something else. When I got there the whole HGH team was there. Rick McCallum (Hollywood Stuntman), Kane Hodder (Jason Voorhees in the Friday The 13th movies, from part 7 to part 10), R.A. Mihiloff, (Leatherface in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3), and Danielle Harris (Halloween 5).

I gave my illuminator over to one of the cameramen following the HGH crew around. I thought maybe I could do a little investigating too, but that was futile. Kane and R.A. were having fun trying to scare Danielle Harris by hiding and jumping out of rooms screaming at the top of their lungs. When that got old, Kane began scaring R.A. , who was a little jumpy being in Linda Vista Hospital in the first place.

A few hours later filming wrapped. The HGH crew was asked if they’d like to do any further investigating of the hospital, but Kane decided to call it a night. I took pictures with R.A. and Kane before he left (I don’t have the Kane photo). For the picture, Kane put me in a headlock and nearly lifted me off my feet! The headlock wasn’t for show; it was the real thing. I nearly blacked out! I’m 5’9″. Kane Hodder is 6′ 4″, and R.A. Mihiloff is 6’3″. I looked like a midget next to these guys!

We watched Kane drive away in his bad ass all black heavily modified Chrysler 300. The rest of the HGH entered Linda Vista Hospital again, heading up to the third floor. About 20 minutes later as the rest of us were talking in the parking lot, Kane drove in again! He then snuck up to the third floor to scare the shit out of his team mates!

(Special thanks to Carlos Gonzalez for helping me identify Kane Hodder’s car!)