classic film characters


Jason Voorhees is a character from the Friday the 13th series. He first appeared in Friday the 13th (1980) as the young son of camp cook-turned-murderer, Mrs. Voorhees, in which he was portrayed by Ari Lehman…Jason was not originally intended to carry the series as the main antagonist… 

The character has primarily been an antagonist in the films, whether by stalking and killing the other characters, or acting as a psychological threat to the protagonist, as is the case in Friday the 13th: A New Beginning. Since Lehman’s portrayal, the character has been represented by numerous actors and stuntmen, sometimes by more than one at a time; this has caused some controversy as to who should receive credit for the portrayal. Kane Hodder is the best known of the stuntmen to portray Jason Voorhees, having played the character in four consecutive films.

The character’s physical appearance has gone through many transformations, with various special makeup effects artists making their mark on the character’s design, including makeup artist Stan Winston….The trademark hockey goalie mask did not appear until Friday the 13th Part III…He has been seen as a sympathetic character, whose motivation for killing has been cited as being driven by the immoral actions of his victims and his own rage over having drowned as a child…Jason Voorhees’s hockey mask is a widely recognized image in popular culture.” (X)

Jason Voorhees has also been featured in a cross-over film with another iconic horror film character and serial killer, Freddy Krueger.

(Freddy Vs. Jason, (2003), shown above)

I want a slasher film with a badass yet still feminine girl killing bitches without even chipping her nail polish or smudging her lipstick


…why was this off my radar


“I never lost my appetite for acting.”

Happy 100th birthday to the late character actor extraordinaire Eli Wallach, seen above in what is probably his most iconic role as “The Rat” opposite Clint Eastwood in Sergio Leone’s Western classic The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Was so engrossed with those pencil and ink drawing about girls with sunglasses. At first, I was to do a plain drawing. Then I had to think of a way to distract eyes from the imperfections of the drawing….eureka!

Decided to do a homage to classic statements from film characters and turn it into this sort of hipster-ish kind of art. Credit to my sister who suggested Miranda Priestly quotes.

“I try to write parts for women that are as complicated and interesting as women actually are.” — Nora Ephron

A new HBO documentary honors the life, work, and legacy of writer/filmmaker/icon Nora Ephron. Learn more.