If you've ever wanted to rock Jason Voorhees' legendary look, which began with Friday the 13th Part 3 and continues through the 2009 reboot and beyond – or if you've just wondered what Jason would look like sporting an American flag, camouflage or St. Patrick's Day theme – then artist Tim Shultz and the team at Cryptkeeper9 Productions are here to help.
The “Hockey Horror Mask” collection is exactly what it sounds like: hand-made hockey masks patterned after Jason's own preferred disguise, beginning with the version he “borrowed” from prankster-turned-victim Shelly in Part 3 and progressing through nearly all the films.
The company also offers custom masks based on the customer's own specifications, and provides visual progress reports to make sure they're capturing the requested look. Some of these custom jobs look pretty awesome, by the way.
The masks generally run between $100 and $130, and they've got nearly all the movie variants covered, with the Jason X “Uber-Jason” currently in the works as of this writing.
Drop by HockeyHorrorMask.com for the full gallery and ordering info, and be sure to visit the Cryptkeeper9 Facebook page to see some of those wild custom jobs and visits from all the big-screen Jason portrayers.
You can also see groovy fan-made videos like this one: