Asked By: Herbert Hall Date: created: Sep 05 2021

What is Jason Voorhees IQ

Answered By: Bryan Washington Date: created: Sep 08 2021

Jason Voorhees [IQ: 69].

Asked By: Brian Butler Date: created: Sep 22 2021

Does Jason ever speak

Answered By: David Harris Date: created: Sep 22 2021

Jason did not talk, so he is regarded as an unstoppable killing machine. He is thus more intimidating, as he is not seen as a human that can feel remorse or be reasoned with.

Asked By: Julian Cook Date: created: Nov 15 2020

Can Jason Voorhees feel pain

Answered By: Stanley Perez Date: created: Nov 17 2020

Pain Resistance: Jason as a human still has a human personality and he has felt pain the same as humans but had shown an exceptional amount of tolerance for it as shown in Part III and Part IV he still shows human reactions when being stabbed and slashed by Chris and Tommy.

Asked By: Philip Sanders Date: created: Mar 13 2021

Who is the strongest horror movie killer

Answered By: Jason Phillips Date: created: Mar 16 2021

Take a look at these updated rankings of the brilliant bad guys out there.13 Pinhead – Hellraiser.14 Pazuzu – The Exorcist. … 15 Michael – Halloween. … 16 Leatherface – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. … 17 Ghostface – Scream Franchise. … 18 Jigsaw – Saw Franchise. … 19 Annie Wilkes – Misery. … 20 Hannibal Lecter – The Silence of the Lambs. … More items…•Oct 14, 2020

Asked By: Cole Foster Date: created: Oct 08 2020

Who is scarier Jason or Michael

Answered By: Leonars Adams Date: created: Oct 10 2020

In my humble opinion Jason Voorhees is much scarier and is ruthless in his killing as compared to Michael Myers. Michael Myers is very methodical in his killing as you grab a hammer or a knife and literally stab you in the most unique ways. Jason on the other hand will kill you any way he can.

Asked By: Thomas Gonzalez Date: created: Apr 17 2021

Is Jason Voorhees evil

Answered By: Louis Hayes Date: created: Apr 18 2021

Most fans have just come to accept that Jason was some sort of vengeful zombie, but director Marcus says the truth is that Jason is a Deadite from Evil Dead, summoned by Pamela Voorhees: “[Pamela Voorhees] makes a deal with the devil by reading from the Necronomicon to bring back her son. This is why Jason isn’t Jason.

Asked By: Chase Rodriguez Date: created: Sep 20 2021

What is Michael Myers scared of

Answered By: Keith Robinson Date: created: Sep 20 2021

It’s that balance of realism and otherworldliness that makes Michael Myers truly terrifying. Sure, his up close and personal methods inherently scare us on a visceral level, but he also taps into our fear of the unknown, and the fear that something is watching us.

Asked By: Gabriel Russell Date: created: Apr 29 2021

Who is stronger than Jason Voorhees

Answered By: Geoffrey King Date: created: Apr 29 2021

Michael MyersWinner: Jason Voorhees. There’s no debating it — Voorhees is simply stronger than Myers. It isn’t just increased strength that Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees possess — they are both superhumanly durable, as well. Myers has endured and survived being shot and stabbed multiple times (including in the brain and heart).

Asked By: Gavin Wright Date: created: Nov 09 2020

Does Jason have super powers

Answered By: Jack Williams Date: created: Nov 12 2020

The trademark hockey goalie mask did not appear until Friday the 13th Part III. Since Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives, filmmakers have given Jason superhuman strength, regenerative powers, and near invulnerability.

Asked By: Thomas Brooks Date: created: Jan 19 2022

Why is Jason so hard to kill

Answered By: Jaden Davis Date: created: Jan 19 2022

Jason still has very human emotions including fear. The only human affects Michael ever experience are anger or confusion. Jason kills because he gets scared when he sees new people near his woods, and doesn’t know how to socialize.

Asked By: Timothy Patterson Date: created: Dec 14 2021

Why is Jason so strong

Answered By: Raymond Lewis Date: created: Dec 16 2021

The curse transferred itself into him, from her. So, bottom line: Jason Voorhees is as strong as he is because, as the saying goes, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned—in this case, a mother without her son. He is the personification of his mother’s vengeful drive and hatred. Nothing can stop him now.

Asked By: Justin Henderson Date: created: Jan 27 2022

Is Jason a zombie

Answered By: Ian Bennett Date: created: Jan 27 2022

He reacts when the teenagers fight back and when Ginny pretends to be his mother in part 2. He’s also creative with his murders and is really driven to kill. A better despriction of what he is is a revenant. By the later movies, yes, he’s a demon driven zombie.

Asked By: Henry Barnes Date: created: Dec 29 2020

Is Jason mute

Answered By: Nathan Henderson Date: created: Dec 31 2020

Jason Voorhees has always been a silent killer throughout the Friday the 13th film series, but there was an awkward point in time when he actually spoke. That definitely might seem strange for horror fans that never picked up on it. After all, Jason being mute is one of his most defining characteristics.

Asked By: Angel Long Date: created: Aug 09 2021

What is Jason really saying

Answered By: Devin Young Date: created: Aug 11 2021

TIL that Friday the 13th’s infamous “ki ki ki, ma ma ma” is meant to resemble Jason’s voice saying “kill kill kill, mom mom mom” in Mrs. Voorhees’ mind.

Asked By: Cameron King Date: created: Sep 30 2020

Can Jason Voorhees die

Answered By: Joseph Ward Date: created: Oct 03 2020

Jason has been hacking and slashing his way through foolish teenagers ever since, though he hasn’t been on the screen since 2009’s remake. … Fans who followed Jason throughout the series may wonder why exactly he’s immune to, well, death. He’s been shot, stabbed, drowned, set on fire and so forth but he keeps on ticking.

Asked By: Herbert Reed Date: created: Nov 29 2020

Why does Jason wear a mask

Answered By: Carter Griffin Date: created: Nov 29 2020

Once Jason’s rage led to his killing sprees, he then found that goalie mask after killing Donnie, which reminded him of all the pain that the game had caused him. For the rest of his days, Jason would wear the mask to remind himself of the pain that line change caused him and to NEVER trust anyone again.

Asked By: Christian Hernandez Date: created: Feb 24 2021

Is Jason Voorhees a true story

Answered By: Patrick Collins Date: created: Feb 25 2021

Although Jason is supposed to be a fictitious character, there are striking similarities in the film to a series of grisly murders in Finland in the summer of 1960. Three teens were stabbed to death while camping at Lake Bodom.

Asked By: Colin Anderson Date: created: Jan 24 2022

What can kill Jason

Answered By: Norman Howard Date: created: Jan 24 2022

5 Horror Villains That Could Beat Jason Voorhees (& 5 He’d…1 He’d Destroy: Frankenstein. Now, Frankenstein by all accounts isn’t a typical horror villain.2 Beat Him: Michael Myers. … 3 He’d Destroy: Ghostface. … 4 Beat Him: Pennywise. … 5 He’d Destroy: Alien. … 6 Beat Him: Predator. … 7 He’d Destroy: Samara. … 8 Beat Him: The Thing. … More items…•Sep 2, 2020

Asked By: Reginald Cook Date: created: Feb 15 2021

Does Michael Myers have a weakness

Answered By: Leonars Bell Date: created: Feb 18 2021

Michael is quiet, methodical, and like Jason Voorhees, unstoppable. He doesn’t feel pain, so fighting him is out of the question. The only real weakness that Michael Myers has is that he has an obsession with Halloween. He only really kills on or around this date, with very few exceptions.

Asked By: Cyrus Brown Date: created: Sep 26 2021

How tall is Jason Voorhees in feet

Answered By: Landon Hernandez Date: created: Sep 26 2021

6 foot 5 inchesJason Voorhees, portrayed by Derek Mears in Friday the 13th (1980), is 6 foot 5 inches (1.96 m) tall.

Asked By: Jackson Rodriguez Date: created: Feb 25 2021

Why is Jason deformed

Answered By: Devin Peterson Date: created: Feb 25 2021

Jason Voorhees’ story starts with his deformed face. Voorhees has these severe deformities due to the fact that he was born with hydrocephalus and an abnormally large head, which, as you can imagine, was the bane of his existence growing up. And eventually, he was bullied, thrown in the lake and drowned.

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