Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles this video is brought to you. By Friday, the 13th owned the eight movie collection on Blue Ray and Digital. Welcome to Watch Mojo, and today we'll be discussing what it would be like if Jason Vorhees was really what monster could have done. This Jason is out there. There are dead bodies everywhere. Let's go skinny. Different. The counselors weren't paying any attention. They were making love. While that young boy drunk for over 40 years, Jason Vorhees has been the face of the Friday the 13th franchise, that is to say, if his face wasn't hidden behind a hockey mask. Sweet innocents, Jason. Of course, Jason didn't become a horror icon off the bat or off the machete. In this case, Look what you did. Thio A Z Casey Becker learned the hard way in Scream. This franchises. Original villain was Pamela Vorhees. Jason's mother. E. Saw that movie. 20 thing You should know. Jason's mother, Mrs Borys, was the original killer. Jason didn't show up until the sequel, targeting the camp that allowed her son to drown. Mrs. Vorhees meets her end, but Jason subsequently emerges to finish what his mother started. Jason Mother is talking to you now fully grown. Jason takes center stage in Part two, although he wouldn't don the mask until Part three. We could take solace in knowing that Jason isn't riel. But with every slasher villain, there's a grain of truth. Friday, the 13th was loosely inspired by John Carpenter's Halloween. There are numerous parallels between Jason and Michael Myers, who was in turn partly inspired by a 12 to 13 year old boy that Carpenter's saw at a mental institution. Done your job well and Mommy is pleased. Jason has also been compared to the likes of Leatherface, who was inspired by real life killer Ed Gheen, a k a. The Butcher of Plainfield. Even if you took out Jason Supernatural elements, there is some realism rooted in the character. So what would happen if Jason Vorhees was a real life slasher? Let's cut to it. You see what we did there? Alright, bad Halloween humor. Let's go. Who are you? What are you doing? Out of roughly 161 victims that Jason has claimed, a majority of them seemed to be teenagers. That's because Jason drowned while a couple of counselors were shacking up. The counselors weren't paying any attention. They were making love. Scholar Philip Dim Our called the original Friday the 13th, a cautionary tale that succeeds in warning against the sexual impropriety even as it fetishize is violent transgression. With that in mind, if Jason were riel, we'd advise against young adults having sex in his territory, especially in the great outdoors. You'll also want to steer clear of all the other mistake's characters, frequently making horror movies such as drinking, doing drugs or going skinny dipping. Jason is out there. There are dead bodies everywhere. Let's go skinny dipping. If you do any of that, you might as well put a target on your back. Unlike Michael Myers, who strikes on Halloween, Jason's heinous actions aren't limited to a specific date. A girl who survived that night I can't blood that Friday the 13th. While the two movies primarily take place on Friday, the 13th, Part three, picks up on Saturday, the 14th and Sunday the 15th. The so called final chapter continues the story well into Tuesday, the 17th. Thus, it's not like you can simply avoid Jason one day out of the year. If he's after you, you'll have to sleep with one eye open for 365 days straight. Your best bet is to avoid Jason's usual stomping ground camp, Crystal Lake. How much further to the lake would have been there already if some people didn't have to go to the bathroom every five minutes after a couple of ill advised attempts to reopen it, the camp was publicly condemned by law. Alas, that didn't stop Jeff and Sandra from trespassing. Hey, you guys, look at this. Since there's always going to be a foolish group of teenagers who are curious about the legend of Jason, blocking off the camp isn't enough. You're gonna have to keep your people away from that place, holds. It's condemned. Nuking the campsite off the face of the earth sounds tempting, but we doubt that would stop Jason. We'd suggest keeping the camp guarded by the military at all times, preventing anyone from getting in and anything from getting out. Then again, Jason isn't restricted to Camp. Crystal Lake. The quiet little community of Georgia Lake was shocked today with reports of a grisly mass murder scene. Eight corpses have been discovered in what is already being called the most brutal and heinous crime in local history. In Part three, he expands his reign of terror to Higgins Haven, which is part of the town of Crystal Lake. Dead Meets My bag, Yeah, yeah. Since then, Jason has brought the mayhem to Manhattan, Elm Street and Outer Space. You know, it's only a matter of time until Hollywood makes Friday the 13th World Tour or Jason's Hawaiian vacation. I could live anywhere else. The nights are always so peaceful and quiet. While Jason has seen the sights, summer camps do seem to be his favorite spots. For that reason, it would be a good idea. Toe up security at all campgrounds and hire competent counselors. Jason isn't the Onley one we need to watch out for, though. In Friday the 13th Part five, a New beginning, a loner named Roy Burns takes up Jason's mantle to avenge his son, Joey. Come on, Roy, Get your hands dirty. Just his Roy was inspired by Jason. So was Mark Branch, a real life horror movie fanatic who dressed up as Jason to kill college student Sharon Gregory. Everything in that room, except for his own small personal clothing, was of horror films and horror substance. It's chilling to think. But between fictional characters like Roy Burns and actual people like Mark Branch, anybody can wield a weapon and put on a hockey mask. On that note. Would wearing a hockey mask be considered in poor taste if Jason was riel? In any case, what separates Jason from copycat killers is that Mr Vorhees is essentially immortal. Is there any way to stop this guy? It has been established that Jason possesses a fear of water. Since we've repeatedly seen him rise out of lakes unscathed, though, buying a boat wouldn't necessarily keep you safe. Tranquilizing Jason will buy you some time, but it's seemingly impossible to keep him down for good. He's been drowned, butchered by Tommy Jarvis with a machete blown up by the FBI, blown up again by an android incinerated, unearthed twos atmosphere and literally dragged the hell thanks to an enchanted dagger. Yet Jason always gets back up again. Not even Freddy Krueger could finish him off, and even if he did, we'd have to deal with Freddie next. Although taking Jason out is easier said than done, freezing him could prove effective in the Freddie versus Jason versus Ash Comics. Jason is frozen under Crystal Lake, along with a new chronic con and Jason X. He got cryogenically frozen for 445 years before his body was found in space. If we keep them frozen in a government facility surrounded by well equipped guards, it just might be the final Friday for Jason. There is one other alternative, however. We rehabilitate Jason and integrate him back into society. Just hear us out. Ken, cursing her, who portrayed the character in Freddy vs Jason, described Jason as a psycho savant who is obsessed with making his late mother happy. Jason X. Writer Todd Former believes that seeing people have sex triggers Jason, which makes sense seeing how those frisky teenagers were responsible for his drowning. What if we enlisted a psychiatrist to diagnose Jason and get to the root of his issues? While some like to write off Jason as the embodiment of evil, he has shown mercy towards animals and young Children. So wait myself intake. If he's capable of empathy. Maybe, just maybe, therapy could mold Jason into a functioning member of society Before we continue. Be sure to subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to get notified about our latest videos, you have the option to be notified for occasional videos or all of them. If you're on your phone, make sure you go into your settings and switch on notifications. What would Jason do after he's been reformed? Well, his body could block off most of the hockey goal, and he already has the mask. If Jason used hockey has an outlet for his bottled up rage, we imagine that he could take his team all the way to the Stanley Cup. In the event that sports aren't the best fit for Jason, his immortality would also make him a strong candidate for stunt work. Jason goes to Hollywood, does have a nice ring to it. Jason Lazio. 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