Jason Goes To Hell Demon Prop Sold on ebay

jgth_demonLast night a latex Demon sculpture, which was part of the model created for the end sequence of Jason Goes To Hell, was sold on eBay. I have seen the entire model on the Friday the 13th Props Museum before, but I didn’t think that individual pieces would ever be sold from the model.

The model itself was constructed to be used for the end sequence, but budget and time constraints forced the model to not be used for the final shots of the film. It’s actually a pretty cool piece. Oh yea, the demon prop sold for $110.

 

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15 Responses to “ Jason Goes To Hell Demon Prop Sold on ebay ”

  1. The photo with the red background makes it look like Jason is involved in some sort of circular dance from a Disney movie. That’s fitting considering how stupid the movie actually is.

  2. Is it me or does $110 sound sort of cheap?lizul

  3. In terms of the industry of movie props, perhaps $110 is cheap. It would have been nice to see the whole set sold as one item. I’m guessing the price would have been more if the model was actually used on-screen in the movie.

  4. cheap…just like the movie.

  5. walmart man you are one mean bastard, is that all you do is whine and cry and try to bring people down? if so cool you should do yer own blog kinda like angry nintendo nerd, so how bout yer own bolg or what? oh yeah jason goes to hell was cool, till he got blown up then it sucked till he came back.

  6. walmart man you are one mean bastard, is that all you do is whine and cry and try to bring people down? if so cool you should do yer own blog kinda like angry nintendo nerd, so how bout yer own blog or what? oh yeah jason goes to hell was cool, till he got blown up then it sucked till he came back.

  7. It’s a neat-looking sculpture.

    *giggles self silly at the Disney dance and “great ’till Jason was blown up and sucked ’till he came back”*

    I can enjoy Jason Goes to Hell on some level, but I admit it really frustrates me. It has one of the more interesting human casts. It has one of the most cohesive plots. It even has some small but telling touches I really love (such as the Voorhees house having such a huge playground; in a Friday movie, that would’ve been an excellent way of hinting at just how indulgant Pamela was). Scenes such as Randy and Steven fighting are sheer genius. I even like the soundtrack.

    However, the one thing it got wrong is the one thing a Friday the 13th movie simply *cannot afford* to get wrong: Jason Voorhees. Jason spends the entire movie trying to murder his niece when his never murdering children is one of the few things the varying writers who’ve worked on him agree on (guys, that’s Michael Myers). There’s too much mysticism and magic; yes, Jason is supernatural, but subtly. The ancient blood rituals and magical daggers just came out of nowhere (guys, that’s Pinhead). He even talks, for crying out loud (guys, that’s Freddy Kru- *headslapped*).

    So while I can watch and like it, I always wind up sadly wondering how much better it would have been if Jason hadn’t been so (figuratively and literally) out of character. ;_;

  8. That’s NewLine for ya.

    Never did know what to do with the franchise or Jason.

  9. What a shame this did not make it into the movie. Not much cool happened in this movie. I hated the demon baby, man that was stupid. Nice try though, I guess.

  10. WitheredCarnation, I think this movie was an attempt to setup Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash. Remember, the Necronomicon was in the Vorhees house. Just one more sore subject to talk about.

  11. Brian, after JGTH, some of the ideas floating around for the next film were rather bizarre, weren’t they? Not that I want to re-open that particular can of eldtrich hellworms, but though I don’t remember them all, I wouldn’t be surprised if there were a few involving Ash, since most of the contemporary horror icons’ names came up at some point or another.

  12. Actually, I am not to familiar the ideas that were floating around. But yeah, the movie basically sucked to me, other than Jasons design. Actually, isn’t Freddy vs. Jason the sequel to this movie?

  13. Oh, they were really strange! Had evil cults trying to resurrect Freddy, Jason’s spirit possessing the body of the heroine’s dead boyfriend, Freddy and Jason being the split personalities of a bigger demon… stuff like that.

    Yeah, I think chronologically, it’s the events of Jason Goes to Hell, then Freddy vs. Jason, then Jason X. Although I don’t reeaaallly dislike any of them, Freddy vs. Jason is probably my favorite of the lot.

  14. Interesting. I’m a little harsh with my statements sometimes. They’re all pretty good movies in their on ways.

  15. Oh, I agree. I don’t like them as much, or the same way, as I like Part 3 and The Final Chapter, but I still enjoy them. It’s just a personal preference. I like it when the magical stuff is kept subtle. You know there’s *something* supernatural about Jason, but what it is and how it works is not the focus of the movie, so there’s less hands-from-the-Netheworld spectacle and a more visceral atmosphere of danger as the human characters confront him.

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